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  • The Interview: Liz Goldwyn
    The film-maker and artist talks fashion, feminism and the importance of what it means to be a woman with VASSI CHAMBERLAIN

    Writer and film-maker Liz Goldwyn, 37, has so many talents and occupations (she has made films, written books and staged exhibitions) that it is difficult to pin down exactly who or what she is because, until very recently, she wasn’t entirely sure herself. She has finally settled on “artist”, the catch-all term for the multi-tasking, 21st-century aesthete. 

    If one had to narrow down what this native Los Angeleno, who comes from what is arguably Hollywood’s grandest family (her grandfather was Samuel Goldwyn, the founder of several motion-picture studios, and her father and brothers work in the industry) is

    OLD HOLLYWOOD

    With her “always matte” red lips and love of nipped-in gowns, Goldwyn embodies a screen-siren aesthetic

    STYLE RÉSUMÉ

    PROFESSION: Writer, director, collector and artist

    MY STYLE: Feminine – I love a nipped-in waist and good lingerie

    GO-TO LABELS: Erdem, Jonathan Saunders, Zac Posen and Nicholas Kirkwood heels

    FAIL-SAFE PIECES: ’30s nightgowns, twinset cardigans and my Tom Ford glasses

    FAVORITE BEAUTY PRODUCT: Eminence Organics calendula oil

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    Photograph: Todd Cole

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