(Phillip Lim dress, Weekday bra and clutch, Kahlo shorts, Proenza Schouler huarache heels, Balenciaga and Hortense necklaces)
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Clompy shoes, ghostly sack, nothing I’d rather wear at dusk in LA. I resuscitated this beautiful dress I’ve had forEVER because nothing else looked more like it needed to be worn with 10 minus 4.5 inch huarache platforms. Which was all exciting until this statement corner being location scouted one minute before the sun went down became more exciting which then just got weirdly amazing when I found myself messaging the creator of this postmodern command hours later. More on that when I have more info. And as an unrelated supplement to that non-story, Tom Ford bronzer as eyeshadow is how summer 2014 is going down. Cause it’s hard to tan your lids and you shouldn’t even try but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t look alright.
(Acne silk tshirt, Alexander Wang men’s sweats, Phillip Lim Vincent mules, Michael Verheyden tote bag, and Miansai bracelet)
The combination of a tshirt, sweats, and some slip-on shoes doesn’t have to look the way it sounds. Semi-casual Friday.
(Acne Mape jacket, Topshop camisole, Vanessa Bruno skirt, Phillip Lim mules, Wolford tights, and Louis Vuitton Vivienne bag)
The last couple weeks have taken me from LA to London to Marrakech to Paris, where I’m staying for the next few days before attempting suitcase Tetris again. I imagined this little gladiator skirt being more appropriate back home in California with say, a sheer tshirt and some ugly-cool footwear but I think I can accept it with tights if I have to. Thank you to this bag for making everything look acceptable.
In the heart of Shibuya, the iconic all-ways crosswalk that sends everyone on their way after exiting the JR train station. I’ve shot here so many times for both my blog and Japanese magazines but there’s always a new angle to take on this beautiful cluster#*(@. Japan is still July-warm but I’m inspired by the surely miserably hot salarymen in their suits to suffer a little in my toddler length sweaters. These are all pieces that I’ve been wearing over and over again in different equations – the Wang skirt I bought last winter is proving to still be useful, especially when updated with Phillip Lim’s new season mules (so comfortable they’re airportworthy) and super slick backpack.
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