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Who's Got a Girlcrush? Everybody.
Tavi, Thessaly LaForce, Nathalie Atkinson, Sharlene Chiu and more awesome stylish women reveal their not-so-secret crushes.

Who’s girlcrushing on who, anyway? We asked some of the coolest women we know and love to reveal their not-so-secret same-sex obsessions. Match the girl/woman to the girlcrush/womancrush in our fun little no-boys-allowed game.

Answers:

1—b) Michelle Bobb-Parris, lawyer and street-style photographer: “Caroline Issa and Shala Monroque are amazing women with style and beautiful minds.”

2—a) Thessaly LaForce, Meta Rosenberg fellow at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and former The Paris Review and The New Yorker producer: “Leanne Shapton was my original girl crush. We ended up meeting when a mutual friend introduced us. She’s still my biggest girl crush, even though we’re friends.”

3—e) Hannah Johnson, xoJane.com associate beauty editor: “Carey Mulligan is amazingly talented, stylish, smart with the roles she plays and seems genuinely down to earth.”

4—h) Randi Bergman, FASHION online editor: “Patti Smith is as much my girl crush as the (other) god I pray to. I like to think that I channel her working-class sincerity in everything I do, but probably couldn’t be further from the truth. After all, I’ve never worked in a piss factory.”

5—f) Serah-Marie McMahon, WORN Journal editor-in-chief: “Debbie Stoller, a third-wave feminist extraordinaire, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Bust Magazine, writer of those Stitch-n-Bitch books, and possibly responsible for the entire craft revival. As someone who always had a hard time reconciling my life in fashion with my personal politics, it was a breath of fresh air to find a woman who started her own magazine and gave a voice to thousands of creative women.”

6—d) Sharlene Chiu, MTV News reporter: “Natalie Portman not only is breathtakingly stunning, but also oozes an incredible level intelligence, class and talent.”

7—c) Nathalie Atkinson, National Post columnist and style editor: ”Myrna Loy has been my #1 (deceased) girl crush since I was a teen girl. Most of my longstanding girl crushes (and my earliest ones) are, in fact, on sassy pre-Code and Hayes-era Hollywood dames and film noir. Also included there: Mary Astor, OMG Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner, Carole Lombard and serious crushation on Barbara Stanwyck.”

8—g) Tavi Gevinson, Rookie editor and blogger: “My ultimate girl crush is Chloe Sevigny, because she has the best laugh and coolest style and is a beautiful actress and I’m sorry this is Tavi’s ghost typing Tavi just died from a hernia thinking about how girl crushy Chloe is and I’ve taken her phone.”

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