A Possession Obsession | Jodie Fox

A Possession Obsession | Jodie Fox

Inspired by the deeper meaning attached to treasured possessions, jewelry designer and portrait photographer Monica Rich Kosann set out to chronicle the stories of such cherished belongings. Spending time with more than sixty-five intriguing personalities, celebrities, and thought leaders resulted in A Possession Obsession: What We Cherish and Why, a stunning photographic collection that transcends materialism and explores the secrets and stories behind beloved personal items.
This reoccurring column is an ongoing passion of Monica's to continue to chronicle people with what they cherish. Each month, a new person will be featured as a glimpse into A Possession Obsession.

Jodie Fox

How did you come to own your possession?
I have a shoe company called Shoes of Prey where women can design their very own shoes. we worked on a capsule collection with Australian fashion designer Carla Zampatti for her SS 2016 collection. The brief was eighties prom, and I absolutely adore the drama of this shoe. This is one of the first we produced, and I am so proud of it. 

How do you live with your heirloom?
I love wearing these beautiful heels. However, they are also known to adorn shelves at home as a decoration.

Who in your life has most influenced your personal style and taste?
The first real fashion influence in my life was my cousin, Vanessa. She was a couple years older than me and was the big sister I never had while growing up. After that, it was Alison Veness, at that time the editor of Australia's Harper's Bazaar. It was my first real step into understanding fashion. 

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