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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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I just spent the weekend in LA, and thought it was another short trip, it feels like I never left my sweet city of angels. I love being able to come home for work, and of course, I usually always extend my stay to savor the hot sun by the pool. I’m currently on the flight I know so well, straight from LAX to JFK, just in time for my favorite\ NYFW show of the season, Zimmermann. I can’t wait to show you my look and jump straight back into NYFW craziness. My look for the show happens to be a fun play on this off-shoulder puffed blouse, just a classic midi dress version. This is timeless Zimmermann crop top and trouser that will never go out of style. I wear it so much. I took it out for a simple night on the Santa Monica Pier. This was my playground as a child. Chasing the seagulls, watching the street performers, and eating cotton candy on the dock. California is a dream and though I’m across across the country and found NYC my other home, there’s a part of me that needs the the slowness and ease of California. It’s in my blood.

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