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Currently writing from the Hotel Carmel on the Northern coast in California. I’m so excited to explore this charming little beach town and drive up to the cliffs of Big Sur….even on a rainy New Years holiday. To work from somewhere so calm and relaxing is amazing, before I have to jump back into the crazy NYC groove. These little getaways always get me focused and re-energized for another amazing year to come. A place to fully disconnect. Like here, in some of my favorite looks from Art Basel in Miami. Looks like I’ll be flying back to warmer climates for a shoot in a few weeks before hopping straight into the cold, cold fashion month. I’m savoring these last few days of staring deep into the ocean. Be right back.


// Solid & Striped bikini, Ace & Jig pants, The 2 Bandits earrings //


// Solid & Striped bikini //


// Morgane Le Fay dress, Zadig et Voltaire scarf //



I’m constantly on the prowl for online shops that keep my wardrobe refreshed with new, unique items. Brands and designer labels I wouldn’t be able to get my hands on just in NYC. Pieces from adorable boutiques around the country. Much like this A Detacher twin set. I scored this baby on Garmentory.com, an online marketplace where you can shop independent boutiques across US and Canada. On Garmentory, you can bid for the item you want to purchase and always, you will score an amazing deal. Because most of the styles only have 1 or 2 pieces available, you got to act fast! They’ve got everything you need for the New Year. For me, I’m all about the mixing and matching of plaid prints in structured silhouettes. Chic, simple, and a little bit retro. I took this little ensemble out for a day exploring my old cowboy hometown in Los Angeles. These bold hues really stuck out amongst the cactus and dusty mountain roads. Pure perfection.

Be sure to check out the NYC boutique, In Support Of, where the items are also sold!

Now tell me, what are you bidding on at Garmentory.com?!


// A Detacher plaid top and skirt from Garmentory.com //