you're such a stud.

this past weekend in new york city i got the opportunity of meeting famous fashion blogger, arabelle of fashion pirates. being only 16 she has already accomplished so much with her blog depicting her own personal unique style.
below is her personal beloved vintage studded blazer that she was selling and now i am the new proud owner of. can't wait to style this with some of my outfits :)
{photographs via fashion pirate.}


a little piece of fabric.

pieces of fabric throughout my weekend at the new york city teen vogue offices.
"you don't want to please everybody because that's boring. you want people to notice you and to talk about you good or bad."
~richard chai.
jessica szohr's outfits for her teen vogue shoot.

jennifer behr made this headband just for me...her designs have also been seen worn by blair on gossip girl :)

fifty pound topshop skirt.
my future...
sequin jacket? yes please.

dream big.

my fabulous teen vogue weekend consisted of meeting these amazing inspirational people in the fashion industry...hands down. best weekend ever.

diane von furstenburg.

humorous words of wisdom: “When you’re standing in front of the closet in the morning, and you feel like shit, you should go for the reliable one that makes you feel good.”

editor of teen vogue, amy astley.
julia frakes of bunny bisous.
richard chai and his advice to me..."i think it's important to always dream & to dream bigger."



inspire me.

still in the process of creating my inspiration wall in my new house...
"leave behind everything that keeps you from creating your masterpiece."

...maybe one day mine will look as cool as this one :)


i want to be a kid again.

great movie. fantastic music.


picking favorites.

my new favorite blog. i am obsessed.
the photographer of jak & jil blog, tommy ton, was also recently asked to be the main photographer for off-runway fashion week for vogue. i am in love with all of the beautiful shots he got. check them out here. his photography inspires me to pursue mine more.

chanel 2.55

the production of a chanel 2.55 bag.
circa february 1955 by coco chanel.
18 hours of work.
6-15 people involved in the making.
50% made in black.
more than 180 stages to produce this piece of art.

{via miss a la playa.}


bear hug.

i want a fur coat like edie sedgwick in factory girl.

"guilty feelings about clothes are totally unnecessary. a lot of people earn their living by making clothes, so you should never feel bad."
-karl lagerfield.



style is the perfection of a point of view.
-richard eberhart.


menswear designer, carven, is introducing a women's line. watch out because i already like what i see.



oh the joys of being a hippie.

layering and textures are my favorite.
definitely already own those pink leopard leggings :)

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