To former stylist and interior designer Veronica M. Toub, marrying the concepts of fashion and food trucks made complete sense. “I saw a food truck driving around one day, and thought, ‘That would make the most luxurious mobile shop.’ I wasn’t interested in opening a store because I can’t sit still for a minute. I prefer to always be on the move,” said Toub.
Soon after, Toub acquired a 1973 Sovereign model Airstream, which she outfitted as a backdrop for her fine jewelry and apparel collection, VMT, launched for resort 2014. Inside, Toub also offers vintage home accessories, bags and scarves sourced from her travels around the world. In addition to private sales, VMT jewelry is available exclusively at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills, where Toub will host a trunk show on Oct. 26 and a dinner (with the Airstream parked out back) on Dec. 9.
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