One Coat, One Look: Two Seasons

I looked into my closet this morning, frustrated that most of the pieces I owned screamed fall  in the colors that they were; I thought they would be suitable only to wear during the months of October and November. Yet, inspired by all the monochrome looks that I’ve been seeing on Instagram and in magazines…

MAD for Madrid <3

Amidst a great travel delay and several short moments of panic, believing that I would be stuck in an airport overnight, I successfully found myself in Madrid, as I had planned! I was going for a mere 2 days to attend a conference: one that was scheduled to have a panel on the business of…

Sustainable Brands for Spring

Continuing on with my recent bout of discussing luxury fashion, sustainability, and spring trends, I’ve rounded up some of the hottest (and most sustainable) luxury fashion brands that have items which are perfect for your spring 2018 wardrobe! #1 KHOKHO Mini Jabu Woven Basket Bag in Smoke & Blush | $495 The Lindi Minaudiere Bag in Hot…

How to Pair the Neutral Outfit

Whether it’s an all white, all black, all nude, or all cream outfit, it’s important to have some flair in your look. That is precisely why I often seek out the loudest, craziest, sometimes even obscene-looking accessories because I know I am prone to dress quite plain. But if my outfit is playing it safe, then I…

Careers in the Fashion Industry

 If you are like me, the only word you associate with future is fashion. You know you love design, derive artistic inspiration from the various things inherent in daily life, and see yourself surrounded by clothes and powerful powerful people. But what exactly does this mean career-wise? How can you decipher and explain to others…

My All-Time Favorite Spring Looks

PC: Lizaveta Litvinava  Here is a round-up of some classic looks that I’ve worn over time that I think are perfect for spring, or at least the transitional fall-spring period. I’ve definitely learned a lot about dressing seasonally as time has gone on,. Truly, I believe the first step to stepping out of the often…