Paula Lee is the Accessories Editor at Oprah Magazine where she curates the edit of shoes, handbags and jewelry for the pages.
As the Accessories Editor at Oprah Magazine, I curate the edit of shoes, handbags and jewelry for the pages. Off duty, I daydream of living on a farm with a herd of alpacas and a roadside veggie stand. I love all things cats but this is actually my first time ever wearing leopard print!
Sarah Flint: What does “walk like a woman” mean to you?
Paula Lee: To me, “walk like a woman” means walking with poise and purpose, no matter what your journey is or where it takes you.
SF: Flats or heels?
PL: There is a time and place for both!
I’d also like to walk in my mom’s shoes to get her perspective on the hardest job of all – motherhood.
SF: If you could walk in any woman’s shoes, whose would it be?
PL: Well, I sort of feel like I’m walking in the Duchess of Sussex’s shoes…but I’d also like to walk in my mom’s shoes to get her perspective on the hardest job of all – motherhood. I think it would make us all better daughters and humans.
SF: What is your hidden secret power?
PL: I have a pretty good sense of direction, which is a very useful thing to have. Nerd alert: I can study a map for hours!