My collection was at Nicola Formichetti's studio for an entire month last fall so naturally it was passed around for several projects, one of those being LE1F's music video I covered HERE.  Below we have two separate shoots - the first is for We the Urban mag shot by Hadar Pitchon (who actually photographed me wearing the same jacket HERE) and the last photo was shot by Kevin Amato and styled by Prince Homme.  About a week ago I lent out the remainder of my collection once again so there will be even more to come soon.

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I'm completely fixated on Tom Binns' glow in the dark painted crystal jewelry.  I've always loved his brilliant sense of color, but these pieces are so next level.



I used to avoid both gray and navy, but lately I've been finding the right pieces.  Textured fabrics and prints help make those blah colors more palatable for me and having the right mix helps, too.  These ankle boots are the perfect height for all day wear, but I brought flats anyway since I like be comfy when I'm trapped on a crowded rush hour train on my way home.  The nail color is Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics' Captain Howdy.

LAMB jacket, tie dyed vintage Levi's denim vest, Pleasure Principle tee, Zara jeans, LD Tuttle ankle boots, Zara studded loafers



I've been on something of a taupe/beige/greige/khaki kick lately.  I think the gateway drug was these Timberland boots and afterwards the clothing followed suit - a vintage bomber in a dull khaki, a blonde shearling jacket, and some pale gray jeans to name a few.  And I've been loving it with some recent pale/muted nail colors I've been wearing, too.

The most recent addition to this growing palette in my wardrobe is these LD Tuttle ankle boots which are like the butch sister to the black pair I got a few months ago (see them here).  Naturally, I'm partial to the stacked block heel on this pair over the stiletto on the black pair.

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