I have started doing something completely and utterly reckless as a constant productivity whore. I'm letting myself cut my split ends again. You see, I have a slight problem – maybe even an obsession (borderline Trichotillomania). This trait deeply embedded itself during high school as I became hyper-aware of my hair. My long, luscious locks… Continue reading Rethinking My Obsession with Split Ends
This post was originally written for Fashion Journal. And why ‘Made in China’ doesn’t have to be a bad thing. We’ve all heard the reports regarding China’s horror pollution; daily air contamination readings are frequently concerning for citizen health. While facts are often dire, China’s commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate change last year… Continue reading How We Could All Learn a Thing or Two From China’s Approach to Sustainable Fashion
I’m glad you asked. There is just something about Celine isn’t there? An overwhelming sensation takes over every time I browse through the perfected lookbook or prized show. A good reason, then, to ponder the reasons as to why this French label consumes the best of us – straight from the typing fingers of an… Continue reading How is Celine Just So Good?
Now that it is technically spring again I can start bringing these back, never mind the fact that I am sitting in front of a fire right now and used my hot water bottle the other night. The epitome of a fresh, sunny day is lying on the beach, ducking in for a swim, healthy… Continue reading photoshoot :: beachy.
Since I can't handle blood and guts and internal organs, I thought maybe I would study the anatomy of something I actually enjoy instead. Hence my new series. I won't lie, when I first saw these were coming back into fashion, after many blissful years without, my heart dropped. Yes, the 90's had some good… Continue reading anatomy of :: slides.
See below for just a few of the images from my collection of dreamy studios. It must have been in high school when I first decided I wanted to live at Palm Beach, own a beautiful white weatherboard house, own my little design business, and work from the studio / converted shed in the backyard.… Continue reading the collective.
I want my future who-knows-when apartment to look and feel just like this. Like it's a lot bigger than it really is, and warm, homey and inspiring. These two are writers so I could probably never reach their coolness level - I bet they do all their writing / work from home just because it's… Continue reading apartamento.