THE HIPPIE IN HEELS IS FASHIONABLY ECO-LIFE-STYLING NEW YORK CITY; MEET NATTY
June 3, 2015
Natalie Decleve is a New York City based stylist and a lifestyle correspondent who encourages and fuses eco-friendly and ethical lifestyle in her work. Known as the “hippie in heels”, this daring and beautiful woman leads by example, and stresses the importance of a healthy body that exerts a healthy self-image. Below we have an exclusive interview with Natalie, full of juicy, innovative, yummy and informative tips that cover, fashion, food and fun. You may need a pen and paper for all the amazing notes you are about to collect. Enjoy!
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