(vintage DIY destroyed sweater, Noir spiked ball ring worn on chain, Emanuel Ungaro clutch)
I rediscovered this sweater I cut up last fall when I was packing my bags for SF, I never noticed before how cool the bell sleeves are. I think I’d be a much better dressed person if I had any kind of organizational system going on in my closets. I hope to someday render the concept of rediscovery invalid.
I had an amazing weekend in the Bay Area that I can’t wait to share but for now I’m exhausted to the point of delirium..all I have to say is that California is way too big.
(Topshop dress, vintage necklace, Alexander Wang bag, Oasis boots)
Never got around to posting these from right before I got my hair cut…I’ll admit it’s healthier now but I’m doing everything in my power to get it to grow back faster. I’m open to tips!
This is one of the lovely pieces that Topshop sent me that I decided to cut up to create my own slouchy version of the Sophomore dress I’ve been eyeing for months now. Couldn’t be breezier. Literally.
(Emanuel Ungaro hoodie and studded tights, RVCA dress, Nine West wedges, Balenciaga bag)
I’m not actually as caffeine dependent as to need two temperatures of the good stuff handy simultaneously..mine is the iced. I always choose iced.
Combining two loves of mine, studs and tights, these caught my eye in a crazy way in Paris and they are a complete dream in real life too. I decided they deserved a little more than the usual ankle boot treatment and scrounged up these wedges I bought last spring.
Colin and I are driving up to San Francisco for the long weekend – excited for a change of scenery no matter how brief..and to see my family of course. Yeah!
(vintage silk shirt, leather fringe vest, and Levi’s shorts, Aldo heels, Balenciaga bag, Noir studded ring)
The weather here has been so off and on that depending on what direction you drive in for 20 minutes, your attire can go from brilliantly planned (inside the confines of my bedroom) to burning hot (inland) to damn cold (back by the water again at sunset). Keeps things fun.
I choose white over cream whenever give a choice but I’ve been wearing this shirt semi-exclusively for the past week. After I got over the fact that it’s missing the bottom two buttons, it quickly proved itself perfect for balancing out denim.
I got a lot of questions about my cats over the past couple days! Kumo (the gray one) is Persian and Bijou (the black one) is half Persian and half Himalayan. They quickly decided after they came home with us which human they wanted to claim to themselves..Bijou follows Colin’s every last move and Kumo has attached himself pretty ferociously to me, going so far as to sleep with his head on my pillow every night. I really never thought it was possible to love an animal so much. I’m totally one of those people now.
(Brian Lichtenberg tshirt and triangle necklace, Luxeshop talon necklace, American Apparel skirt)
Photographer: Julia Soler
Stylist & fashion editor: Ángela Esteban Librero
A couple weeks ago Angela and Julia from METAL magazine came down to SD to shoot me for the June issue..the weather was disgustingly gray so we ended up taking it indoors to our humble abode. As you can see, Kumo and Bijou were champs throughout. Between everyone laughing at our on-crack cat’s antics, a spontaneous McDonald’s run, and blasting every obnoxious song we could, we had a ton of fun. They brought a rack full of crazy amazing pieces – I particularly fell in love with the Brian Lichtenberg mesh dresses and even got to pet the glorious hair shoes. WOW. I offered up some of my own pieces for Angela to work in and she kind of created an awesomely amped up take on my style. I’ll post the rest when the issue comes out.