Treasured: Christina Tosi's Scarves

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"I think of my grandmother every day. I keep a picture of her on my desk. When I wonder if I am being too intense or if I'm making the right decision, I'll ask myself what my grandmother would think, would she be proud or shake her head and say, 'You are better than that,' or 'You know that's not the right thing to do.' The head scarves have a deeper meaning than just being head scarves, they are a reminder."

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