(Theory Seymour coat, ba&sh cashmere top and shorts, Wolford tights, Goyard shoulder bag, Balenciaga cutout boots, Céline sunglasses, jewelry by Line & Jo and Cartier)
Last month on a bright day in Paris, I tried to jump the gun on this cashmere pseudo-romper I had picked up at Printemps by adding the ol’ Seymour and some high denier tights. For how much I didn’t feel bogged down by heavy winter gear, I guess I was pretty warm? Still, can’t wait to wear this little navy suit with espadrilles and little else.
(Isabel Marant Brad sweater, Barbara Bui crop top, All Saints leather mini, Balenciaga boots, Vanessa Bruno bag)
Cause why should all bulletproof vests be functional? This was one of my favorite pieces that went down Barbara Bui’s fall runway. Sometimes dressing like a video game character is something I like to do. The Bui team tailored it perfectly so now I pretty much have to keep it forever. I wore this on one of Paris fashion week’s hottest days – these were shot walking through the Tuileries, outside the Sonia Rykiel show, and crossing Pont Neuf at sunset on the way to dinner.
(Acne Mape jacket, T Alexander Wang tank, Mlle leather shorts, Vanessa Bruno bag, Balenciaga boots)
Biker jackets bought a size too big on purpose and biker jackets that are designed pre-oversized by people that are perfect at what they do – very different things. This Acne jacket is slightly my new best friend. Worn in Paris with the least summery summer outfit my suitcase had to offer.
I’ve just returned from a week in Stockholm, one of my favorite cities. Ever. Like I want to be there still instead of other places. It was my third time visiting and I’m pretty comfortable with the lay of the land at this point, it’s pretty small in reality and their Williamburg is way closer to their Upper East Side if that makes any sense. Actually sort of right up against. Which makes a stroll by the Royal Palace a very real daily activity and which also means it’s always worth it to have your most cumbersome photo gear saddling you down. These shots were taken towards the end of my stay – the mission of the afternoon was to roam around medieval Gamla Stan, go to my favorite orange juice spot in the main square, and peer at the pelt shops. Bryan shot me on the rainy walk over in my favorite piece from his collaboration with Adrienne Landau, this sort of anime character appropriate cutout sweater shrug situation which is the snuggliest and also the weirdest way to keep warm. So nice in this deep jewel-ish blue. I layered it over a camisole I’ve had since high school and kept the bottom half sort of tough and waterproof. Seriously what is wrong with me to where this is more comfortable than a tshirt and jeans, I just don’t understand. Sorry to anyone else in LA looking at these photos the weather disconnect is all the way unforgivable. Never since moving in have I been driven to the point to seeing if my air conditioning actually works. Take me back to Northern Europe..
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