May 30, 2014
May 29, 2014
SECRET ☽△☾ SIGNALS
Shot on location in Haiku Hawaii with an old 35mm camera and expired film.
Mystery is good. Magic is all around you.
You never know where you'll find what your looking for....
We say-- wake up early, grab a chai, crawl into a cotton tee & hit the open road.
Pack a velvet dress for those under-the-stars, whiskey-lemonade out of a mason jar,
meet-the-band after the show kind of night in the California desert.
Wherever you find yourself, keep that magic alive.
Take in the wild air, cast your spell, be aware of the secret signals,
say yes to unplanned adventures
and soak up a few of those unexpected all-nighters.
photographer // Andy Wauman (insta @gutterdust)
styled by // Ginny Slim
psychedelic fox // Jordan Payne
May 28, 2014
I recently found an amazing collection of Pakistani jewelry and other accessories that I'm now selling online! Each piece is one that I have fallen in love with and want someone to add to their own collection. I have everything from saddle rings and statement cuffs, to intricate obi belts and glamourous bib necklaces.
May 15, 2014
Today is my last final, finally! (no pun intended) Tomorrow I will be headed to the Free People Home Office for a special project, and then running home to finish packing and hopping on a plane to London. All good things! I am hoping to post every couple of days about my trip, as long as I have wifi, and will be posting a few other exciting things! I hope everyone has a great weekend! xx
May 12, 2014
The night for me started a few hours prior to the event. Kelly from the store and I arranged tables and a comfy seating area in the loft, overlooking the rest of the store. I adorned the tables with fake flowers, glass jars full of beads, sari ribbon yarns in every color piled high like a pyramid, and other supplies. As soon as six o’clock came around, people started pouring in. A line soon formed down the long staircase, as I walked around instructing the workshop. Everyone had smiles on their faces while sipping juice, chatting, and wrapping sari ribbon around hoops. Some strung beads on to ribbon for fringe, while others covered theirs in bright flowers. Both girls and guys confidently held their creations up from their fingers for pictures posted on Instagram. My friends and family came and patted me on the back in awe of the crowd they stood in the midst of. I was amazed at the turnout.
You can see more pictures and the rest of my interview on the BLDG25 Blog! :)