Why I am Leaving New York

Ahem, I have a few announcements! First I simply want to say how much fun I had on the Best Coast. I didn’t do anything remotely taxing, on my body, nor my brain. I spent my days waking up (that took… READ MORE

September 2, 2015 / 28 Comments

How I Got Hooked on Sap

I’m gonna keep this real simple. This post is about sap. That’s right: sap. A sap that comes from an ancient plant and has magical powers. It has the ability to come back to life, even after ten years of near death…. READ MORE

August 13, 2015 / 3 Comments

The Kids of Chongwe

Football is big in Zambia. Even if you had been sleeping under a rock and weren’t aware that the national team won the Africa Cup in 2012, Lusaka’s street style image should exhibit a clean and sound obsession. The green and… READ MORE

August 4, 2015 / 10 Comments

Animate Your World

Perhaps the 90s norm core tradition trickles down to your underwear. What are you wearing? Engine red, lace thongs? Padded push-up bras? Still? I really don’t think it’s about that anymore. In my generous opinion, feelings of comfort account for a… READ MORE

July 28, 2015 / 1 Comment

Can I Dress You this Weekend?

If you’re a fashion designer or a hardcore vintage aficionado you have either worked with Paradox or hopelessly hankered for their closet. They are a “Vintage Archive of Garments and Textiles – styling service and design inspiration source of fabric manipulations, prints, and silhouettes… READ MORE

June 29, 2015 / 2 Comments

Tiny Color Story

In honor of Frieze and all the art stuff that’s going on, I painted a cone. Pink. Photos by Meredith Jenks.

May 22, 2015 / 5 Comments

The Estate of Bonnie Boerer

Oddly, there is no wikipage on Bonnie Boerer. She founded her fashion company in 1983 and manned every position herself for over a decade, from design to marketing. She produced in Hong Kong and sold in New York. Her collections… READ MORE

May 7, 2015 / 6 Comments

Secrets & Ghosts

I mentioned on Instagram how Ra Paulette has devoted his life to carving out caves in the hillsides of Northern New Mexico. They call them the Secret Caves because they’re not meant to be visited. And in fact, they are so… READ MORE

April 21, 2015 / 4 Comments