This week has been a crazy one with friends visiting from college and childhood to explore the Big Apple in a action-packed and exhausting, but very beautiful week. Ruthie was my first friend ever. Growing up, when people would throw shade on Gemini’s twin personailities, I always took the astrological sign to mean I had […]Read more "Old & New"
My friend Jonathan and I always fantasize shooting fashion lookbooks and this June we finally got around to doing it. (He also always flames me for never posting pics of him, so here’s a whole PHOTOSHOOT!) When we were shooting he’d get nervous and be like idk how to model!!!! Then hit me w the […]Read more "Sunchild"
A couple weeks ago was my second time in Puerto Rico and surely not the last. This place is just so beautiful and the climate– I cant even describe it. It’s just perfect for my soul. So warm you can wear any teeny tiny thing and feel natural and sunkissed, no cold, no frigid wind, […]Read more "Puerto Rico"
And just like another three months have come and gone. Part of the reason I decided to go to Northwestern was for the Journalism Residency program, a chance to play reporter in any city you’d like, in mostly any capacity you’d like. I knew from my first day of orientation at Medill that I wanted to […]Read more "New York II"
It’s just the beginning. Here’s to falling in love with the Big Apple in autumn.Read more "Welcome to New York"
I remember it was bitterly cold, a gnawing cold I gladly left in Chicago and did not welcome. But this tiny city was incredibly cool with a distinct and certainly harsher charm. Teeny cobblestone streets, chic little stores and cafe’s, millions of bikes (in fact, more bikes than people). I was thankful for the history […]Read more "Amsterdam"
Two of Northwestern University’s fashion addicts (and ReFresh Dance Crew dancers) share three spring time looks and their thoughts on campus fashion, personal style, and 3 key coveted pieces. Jennifer Abel “I don’t have a specific style, its more of what air I’m feeling at the moment. I really like the Victorian era with the […]Read more "Look on the Street"