Style Curator Elizabeth Tamkin

She's beauty and she's grace, she's Miss Elizabeth Tamkin for The Break. A regular since the beginning, Elizabeth has been a Break Babe (and my best friend) for years. Her unique personal style and fiercely hard working character has made her a leader in the industry and a fashion icon for friends and fans alike. Find out where she buys her bike shorts, what she's bringing to the deserted island, and why she's definitely 50% psychic below.

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At Home with Callan Malone

The Break first met Callan when she joined our team for Fashion Week in Fall 2017. Currently a student at The New School, Callan is also a freelance stylist for Maryam Nassir Zadeh- and one of my good friends. We sat down to talk about what she envisions for the future of fashion and print, her favorite places in New York, celebrity crushes and more. Scroll on for a glimpse into the life of Callan Malone!

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Meet the Team: Elianah Sukoenig

Stunning, stylish, and sweet, Elianah is one of our original Break Babes. She started out as a retail employee and is currently the Director of Communications and Social Editor of The Break. Elianah is not only a vital part of the Operations team, but an inspiring model who is refreshingly honest and not afraid to speak up about misrepresented size gap in the modeling industry. Read more about Elianah's path to modeling, style influence, and her best piece of advice. 

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Raveena Aurora: Woman Is Holy

Pure, profound and empowered, Raveena Aurora embodies everything we could hope for in the next generation of singer-songwriters. Fresh off the release of her self-directed single Honey, we caught up with Raveena before her Woman Is Holy Tour this summer. Get to know the woman behind the magic and find out who she can't wait to hug below.

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PRIDE

Inspired by the diverse bodies and experiences that make up our city, The Break celebrates Pride with a very special photoshoot featuring six queer babes we love. Read in solidarity as they share their relationship with Pride and their communities. Here at The Break, we encourage everyone (ourselves included) to take the opportunity this month, and always, to educate each other on pressing issues our queer community faces, lend a hand to your marginalized sisters, and spread unconditional love to all. 

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