I came cross an article in the Guardian about recent legislation passed in France forcing big supermarkets to donate unsold food to charities or for animal feed instead of throwing it away.
When Kelly Cutrone walks into a room, her presence is felt. Often considered a polarizing force in pop culture — I make that distinction because if you’ve been around enough in fashion, Kelly’s personality is not that shocking and overshadowed by the simple fact that she gets the job done.
I can’t wait to share my amazing experiences at the Origins Fair with Not Just A Label with my ‘N A Perfect World… audience. The fair re-energized me and reminded me why I liked to work with emerging designers. These people were not only inspiring and talented but they also had their affairs in order and were burgeoning ethical business owners. One of the designers that I formed a bond with was London-based, Min Wu. I have some great content with Min coming soon, and trust me, this Vogue Italia darling is hilarious as she is talent. During the last moments of Origins, while I was packing up my booth, Min came over with my favorite skirt from her collection. I dug into my suitcase for shoes while Min found a top. After changing in the booth, we pinned the samples (a stylist is always prepared!), ran outside and there happened to be an Italian fire brigade. Voilà… we had a casual editorial. 😉 Here’s a quick outtake from my upcoming interview with Min!
Excited to share my recent work for PaperMag.com with you, Why Tel Aviv Is One of Street Art’s Most Important Hubs Right Now. As I was walking around Tel Aviv, I became obsessed with the graffiti on the beautifully decaying buildings. When I came back I knew I absolutely had to share it and luckily my editor Abby at Paper is into dope art scenes as much as I am. Understandably for brevity, I didn’t get to include nearly as many artists and go in depth about the scene. For all you graffiti heads, check back on ‘N A Perfect World… in a month or so where I’ll publish the full unedited article!
I have the privilege of being in Vicenza, Italy for the Origins Fair with Not Just A Label on behalf of designer Azede Jean-Pierre. 100 emerging designers from around the world paired with 100 leading Italian manufacturers with a focus on craftsmanship and sustainability, this is an #NAPerfectWorld dream…
One of the best things about going to a liberal arts college is discovering random interests that you never knew you had. While at Amherst College, I took an Indian Film class with professor David Reck and discovered a new film genre to love. The best part about my new hobby was finding out that my mom loves Bollywood. So annually, we make a date for the New York Indian Film Festival. This year, we were going to the closing ceremonies and doing the red carpet and although I knew I would totally be blown away by elegant saris and beautiful Indian film stars, it was the perfect opportunity to wear my new Azede Jean-Pierre SS15 deep red trousers paired with an Organic by John Patrick t-shirt and Madeline Weinrib x Manolo Blahnik special edition ikat BB pumps. Shop my look below!