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Last night Harry Brant Unapologetically Smart shirt . a 24-year-old model, writer, and socialite, died from an accidental overdose. Harry, and I will buy this youngest son of Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant, had been living with his older brother, Peter Brant Jr.Born in Connecticut on August 3, 1996, Harry split his time between a downtown Manhattan apartment and his family’s art-filled estate in Greenwich. With an iconic supermodel for a mother and an art-collecting publishing magnate for a father, Harry followed a similar path. He filled his wardrobes with statement-making outfits; his mind with classic films, books, and art; his calendar with glitzy nights out; and his Instagram feed with clever cinematic references and moments of fashion history.Since the 2010s, the Brant Brothers, as Peter and Harry came to be known, have been a fixture in New York’s social scene. The siblings always pushed the boundaries of gender and fashion when they appeared at events. As BFA and Patrick McMullan darlings, their presence ensured the success of a party.
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