Edie Sedgwick's opening lines state that her "great-great-great-great uncle was a signer of the Declaration of Independence...". It was in fact her great-great-great uncle, William Ellery who was the signatory of the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776.
When the Musician is talking to Edie on the lake dock he tosses and shatters his beer bottle on the dock, in the next shot when he propels his motorcycle into the lake no shattered beer bottle pieces can be seen.
When Sam first points out Edie Sedgwick to Andy Warhol, Gerard Malanga stands between Sam and Andy with a video camera. In the next shot, Gerard is standing right in front of Edie videotaping her. A couple of shots later you see Gerard standing between Sam and Andy again.
When Edie Sedgwick reads the paper about Billy's wedding, try to freeze the scene. Except for the first few lines that talk about the wedding, it repeats nonsense text: "Dr. Kenneth B. Clement, ranaround naked chanting 'Banana Man.' narrowest margin in amayoral election. The final count withal precincts reporting, was Locher to Stokes.", over and over as filler space.