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Seven Questions: Lizz Wasserman, popomomo

Lizz Wasserman, popomomo | photo by Lelah Foster
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LA has a diverse cast of characters. Whether it's the characters with stirring stories or interesting occupations or the people who are just simply characters, this town has them all. In an effort to get to know some of those characters a little better, we've created "Seven Questions with..." If you have a suggestion for a future Seven Questions subject send us an email.

Today's subject is Lizz Wasserman.

Lizz is a Highland Park-based designer whose clothing line, popomomo uses organic and/or sustainable fabrics. Wassernan's line, which is produced, designed and sampled here in LA, is the antithesis of disposable fashion -- focusing only on producing unique and new designs.

Prior to founding popomomo in 2007, the Milwaukee native designed for Urban Outfitters and Free People. Lizz, who has previously lived in Prague, Philadelphia and Brooklyn, "finds LA to be the perfect weird, contradictory, and magically tragic backdrop to inspire popomomo."

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LAist had the chance to exchange emails with Lizz to discuss her favorite designers, her decision to make popomomo a sustainable line, her vegetable oil-powered Mercedes and H&M.