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OUTSIDE THE ZIMMERMANN SHOW | NYFW

I am currently writing from the airport in Nicaragua of all places! In February alone, I was in London, LA, Colorado, Milan, Ohio, and Paris, before heading back to NYC. It took me a second to even remember and look back in time. Life has been such a whirlwind lately with work, but I’m really enjoying every second of it. With every city, I’ve gotten to play a new character, working with the designers I know and love. But with the never-ending winter, I thought now would be the perfect time to escape the cold to one of my favorite surf destinations, the beaches of Nicaragua. Limited wifi and loads of sun. Just what I needed for a full week far from home! I’m ready to have sandy toes and smell of sunscreen. It always warms my heart! Here I am shot just after landing in NYC for fashion week from LA just in time for the early morning Zimmermann show. Hosted at Spring Studios, it was a beautiful production of floral floors and seats, as the models dramatically walked down the runway in western-victorian-esque dresses. In support of one of my favorite designers, I slipped into this stunning off-shoulder Zimmermann midi-dress despite the 30 degree breeze. I’ll have to shoot this stunner of a piece again on it’s own once the weather gets nice again. It’s timeless, a piece I’ll keep forever and ever.

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10 HOURS OF FASHION WITH LELA ROSE | NYFW

This was certainly your most liked and commented look from NYFW. Therefore, I think it’s worth sharing a bit more insight behind it’s story. Lela Rose did something completely different this fashion week, showcasing “10 hours of fashion” purely on social media. Each look rolling out one by one each hour on Instagram with a major bang followed by a delicious dinner with the team at Lela Rose’s stunning Tribeca home. I’m lucky enough to be one of the faces behind the campaign. I was ecstatic with your hundreds of positive messages and comments. How incredible is this smoky grey windowpane check jumpsuit with matching cocoon coat?! Lela Rose Fall ’18 is one again whimsical but with a very strong sense of self. Think tailored peplum suits and tweed capes that are always the sophisticated, uptown NYC girl. This beautiful grey look felt very me. So elongating, elegant, with a touch of masculine femininity. This has by far been a street style favorite of mine this season. It’s amazing how something so simple as one print can make a real statement. Thank you for the constant love and support. This fashion month started off on the most positive note!

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HEAD TO TOE NEUTRAL

With my schedule, a pantsuit is just easy. Throw on and go. No thought required. Always smart and extra chic. This one is by my favorite, Anna Sui, straight off the runway. A perfect 70’s inspired cut and in the most nubby and soft fabric that is almost as comfortable as my sweats…almost. This week is a special one. I get to be home in NYC as we creep up on my birthday this Friday. Scorpio babies, Happy Birthday to you! We certainly aren’t your average creature…strong, mysterious, and a bit crazy. Just the way I like it.

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DRIPPING IN GOLD WITH ANNA SUI

Here I am, running late into the sunset, off to claim my seat at Anna Sui’s NYFW show this season…in nothing but Anna, of course. This is my dream evening look. So unique. So rock n’ roll. A glamorous gold lamé twin set (a fabric Anna Sui uses in almost every collection) adorned with plush velvet roses. The way the metallic glistens in the sun and the way the skirt moves with every step is magic. The sleeves became my wings for the evening. Anna Sui, I worship you! Thank you for taking me into another world and another time with every extraordinary design. Take a little front row peek at the Anna Sui S/S ’18. We’re talking peace and love, to the max. Her stars and moons and florals are a burst of color from a new world. Complete with folk music and daisy face paint. I like to dream in her clothes and escape. I start to play characters and new roles whenever I’m in her clothes. In this gold ensemble, I’m mentally dancing in a jazz cafe on a perfect NYC night in the 1920’s.

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