Elizabeth Holmes Anna Sorokin And Cardi B This Week All Provided A Visual Brief On How To Use Clothes To Communicate In Court
Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress accused of being a society scammer, wore a little black dress to State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Thursday evening as she was found guilty of second-degree grand larceny, theft of services,
and one count of attempted grand larceny. Did she have an inkling of what was going to happen? Perhaps.
After all, the black dress appeared after Ms. Sorokin made back-to-back trial appearances in virginal white: a white long-sleeve V-neck mini with a sweet sheer overlay, a short white lace frock with a youthful drop waist.
Those dresses, more fit for communion than the courtroom, followed weeks of carefully crafted, mostly black,
white and beige outfits — sweaters and trousers, yes, but mostly short baby-doll dresses with ruffles and ties — that had been chosen for Ms. Sorokin by a professional stylist and borrowed on her behalf via a secret benefactor, according to her lawyer Todd Spodek. Her legal team was concerned that an appearance in Rikers Island prison garb would make her look guilty and prejudice the jury against her.
Anna Sorokin, the fake heiress accused of being a society scammer, was found guilty. She has an entire Instagram account devoted to her style in court.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 6, 2019
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