is the NYC-based fashion label that thrives on juxtaposition. It’s elegant but cool, luxe but street and in their own words, the light and the dark. The dictionary definition of a “muse” is “a woman, or a force personified as a woman, who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist,” – in addition to its Greek and Roman mythological connotations. Lindsay Jones and Labanna Babalon, the label’s founders, are muses themselves and so have created a brand that is the source of inspiration for its wearers like they are to creatives. We spoke to Lindsay about the sense of belonging in NY, her love for Greek Hellenistic sculpture and that time she starred in a Larry Clark film.