Sun Valley Style: DeSiree Fawn

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DeSiree Fawn.     Photo: Chris McPherson

After six years working in public relations in San Francisco, DeSiree Fawn, a fifth-generation Sun Valley native, was ready for a change. She got a master’s degree in filmmaking, formed her own company, Fawn Films, and returned to Idaho. “One of the reasons I moved back,” says Fawn, 34, “is that I realized so many of the stories I wanted to tell were within a few hours of here.” Her first documentary, The Phantom Wolves of Sun Valley, came out last year; it won numerous awards and is still showing at film festivals. “On one level, it’s not really about the wolves at all,” she says. “It’s about the different ways people live out west.” Up next: a film on wild horses.

On DeSiree: Greta sweater by Rag and Bone ($275); Suede Field jacket by Eddie Bauer ($349); Kara jeans by Prana ($75); Jude boots by Report Footwear ($100).

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