There are certain hallmarks of the modern cool girl—vintage Levi’s, sweaters that fall effortlessly from the shoulder, the cat eye, the undone, don’t care hair. Sometimes she’s called Parisian, but really it’s not so geographical—she lives in films you have to travel to the Lower East Side or Brooklyn to catch, in indie mags like Gentlewoman and i-D and on Instagram accounts like Knight Cat. What she was never associated with is lace. Lace is the delicate, expensive fabrication of brides and romantic Alberta Ferretti acolytes, it’s for sensual Dolce women and boho Chloe girls. But the girl who prioritizes cool above all else? This is new.