Monthly Archives: February 2020


// H&M Studio SS20 collection // 

Dylana and I flew straight to Los Angeles after our whirlwind fashion week for something super exciting: shooting the new H&M Studio SS20 collection right here in Malibu! We immediately checked into the gorgeous Santa Monica Proper Hotel and went straight into 2 days of shooting. The California sunshine and bright, bold abstract colors found in this collection is like a breath of fresh air. It represents freedom. That rush you get the moment your bare feet hits the warm sand. What I love most about this stunning collection of tailored wide-leg pants, cropped blazers, and bright beachside bikinis and scarves is that it can easily be mixed and matched. Throw the entire line into your suitcase for a summer getaway and you’re set. Wrap the scarves around your hair or around your neck. Wear the bikini alone in the water, or straight to dinner with a good pant. Ribbed tops that can be layered with a crochet vest, or simply worn alone. I am so excited for more and more color in my life come spring and summer.

H&M Studio always pushes the boundaries when it comes to clothing that immediately makes you wander and mentally drift to a completely new place. It’s been a dream shooting for H&M! We hope you love this campaign as much as we do! We celebrated with the team in Beverly Hills, overlooking the Los Angeles sunset with an amazing acoustic performance by a personal favorite, Lykee Li. This collection really has reconnected me to my California roots, appreciating all that my hometown has to offer. 

Shop the H&M Studio SS20 Collection here


// Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Crayon, The Significant Other dress // 

I am hopping into spring with some electric makeup looks. I instantly gravitated towards the Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Crayon in “Out of the Blue.” It’s matte, intense color that lasts 12 hours. It’s basically a gel pot eyeliner with the ease of a crayon. I fell in love with it so much that I have stocked up on them in just about every single color. It now takes 1 minute to create a bold, winged cat eye. This is a beauty product that remains in my bag at all times. After a totally wild fashion week back in NYC, you’ll find that I’m now in Los Angeles for work. I have a few more shoots lined up out here and I’m really just soaking in all the sun and enjoying family time during my limited time off! Also, this sunny weather brings out the fun, colorful side to my style. Here is to a spring season with more bold beauty experimentation. 


// Longchamp jacket and handbag Dear Frances boots, NYLORA biker shorts // 

I took a very sporty look to the Longchamp Paris show here at NYFW. A statement Longchamp suede jacket straight off the SS20 runway cinched at the waist with a biker short and cream boot. Something that really works on the basket courts or on in the front row. Every season, Longchamp as become my most coveted show. Each season the Paris teams comes to NYC, bringing a star-studded event, stunning Manhattan views, and forever flowing champagne. You can’t help but stare at the front row just as much as the gorgeous looks walking down the runway. For Fall/Winter 2020 you’ll find unexpected and beautiful ways of using leather, shearling and luxurious nubby wool textures, something Longchamp has become a master at. I seem to always find their statement handbags to also be something that steals the show, completing just about every look. Meet the Longchamp mini Roseau bag. It may be mini, but it sure is powerful. It fits all the necessities: my phone, lipstick, and keys. I feel like going minimal all fashion month. The less I have on my hands, the better. And black patent really goes with just about every color palette come spring. So tell me, how are you surviving fashion month? 


// Sezane jeans, Uniqlo x Alexander Wang bodysuit (similar), Soru earrings (similar) // 

I just got to play “Lay Lady Lay” by Bob Dylan to this photo series. I have worked with Sezane for so many years and it’s absolutely incredible to watch a brand grow so organically. Sezane lovers are true Sezane lovers. We’re talking lines outside the store on every product launch, and more Instagram buzz than you can imagine. It’s exciting to be a part of the love. It’s a brand that has and always be conscious of our earth, our humanity, and our surroundings, so it’s no surprise that their denim relaunch is 100% sustainable. Each pair is made of 100% organic cotton, and produced with recycled water. The denim processing is also waterless with an overall 83% less use of chemical productions and 2x less water used than regular production. I really can lay around in these all day. So for those of us who are taking more and more steps to a more sustainable wardrobe, we can start simply with a pair of jeans.