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From Waldorf to Wetsuits: The Ghost Fashion Designer of ‘Gossip Girl’ Now Makes Sustainable Swimwear

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Fashionista first wrote about Abigail Lorick over a decade ago, when she was the ghost-designer behind Eleanor Waldorf’s fictional line on “Gossip Girl.” We meticulously covered her pencil skirts and Upper East Side accoutrements on the show, while also admiring her namesake label off the screen. Fast forward 13 years, and Lorick has swapped Blair Waldorf-approved bow headbands for minimalist wetsuits. 

The move from ladylike frocks fit for Manhattan’s elite to surf-ready wares made for laid back ocean dwellers didn’t happen overnight. Lorick, a former Ford model and FIT graduate, had a few impressive gigs post “Gossip Girl” that led her to launch Ansea earlier this year. In fact, her resume reads like a well-seasoned designer and businesswoman, which likely has something to do with the massive media . she got from being featured on the hit show. 

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