Jenni Avins

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Lifestyle reporter for the business news site Quartz

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Expensive ceramics, sack dresses, $30 packets of “Moon Powder.” All of this is part of a new aesthetic writer Jenni Avins calls, “Silverlake Shaman.”

Who are the Silverlake hippies?

Expensive ceramics, sack dresses, $30 packets of “Moon Powder.” All of this is part of a new aesthetic writer Jenni Avins calls, “Silverlake Shaman.”

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