My most recent modeling work is shooting a lookbook for Geoffrey Mac. His designs are so colorful and unique. Every piece so different than the other with the patterns, colors, and third dimensions! It was so much fun on set. The whole team was extremely sweet! Be sure to check him out, the lookbook is on the site. I also vlogged that day, please check it out my channel, like, and subscribe!
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
The longer you live in New York, the more you learn to layer in all the different ways. This is usually tough because if you want to stay warm, your fit ends up never looking great due to the fact you choose to wear the fattest coat and scarf you own. Here is a way I chose to layer without going the route of the usual New York uniform. I went with my usual: tank under a shirt, under a turtle neck technique and added another tank on top. After this, it's onto the outerwear layering: anorak over a leather jacket. For stylish outerwear layering, I suggest checking out Simons.ca, there is a huge variety to choose off that site!
Pink Metallic Top: H&M
Silver Metallic Jacket: Zara
Black Anorak: Alexander Wang
White High Waist Jeans: Lee's
Black Pointed Shoes: Zara
Photos by: Stephen Sherman
Thursday, February 23, 2017
This season was actually cold, compared to the last fall/winter season. It snowed! Which made for great pictures, but not so much walking around in and trying not to slip.
It is always a nice reunion with fashion folks and to see some of my friends walk the shows!
I vlogged my NYFW: Men's experience into two parts. Please check out my channel, give it a thumbs up, and subscribe!
I have complied a few looks from designers that I feel need more recognition or from ones that just had an overall great collection.
General Idea / Kenneth Ning / Woodhouse
Raun LaRose / N-P-Elliot / Private Policy
Palomo Spain / Carlos Campos / Landlord
Photos from: FashionGPS
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
The Fall/Winter New York collections started at Dune Studios for the kick off of fashion week. The location moved from Industria Studios due to conflict with The Rolling Stones.
I think I prefer Industria, but what can you do.
Other than New York Men's Day changing venues, the rest of the week were still at Skylight Clarkson and the Cadillac House.
Here is part 1 of the first two days of fashion week, vlog style!
The first day, I went for a statement jacket and kept the rest fairly simple. Oversized jacket paired with an asymmetrical hem fringe that I did myself.
Leather Green Tassel Jacket: Thrift Store
Black Fringe Jeans: Lee's
Black Dress: TJ Maxx
Suede Copper Orange Platform Boots: Zara
I am very aware that everyone loves to go all black to match their hearts, but guess what? My heart isn't as black as most of you guys so what better way to go all maroon with a bold gold at the bottom.
Maroon Overalls: Target
Maroon Turtleneck: Thrift Store
Maroon Fur Jacket: Express
Maroon Purse: Rag & Bone
Gold Boots: Office London
My favorite color scheme is navy and black. I did just that, but added this vibrant patent red to match the patent pants.Navy/Red Stripe Dress: Zara
Navy.Red Stripe Jacket: Zara
Red Patent Leather Jacket: Zara
Black Patent Leather Pants: Zara
White Patent Leather Purse: Dooney & Bourke
Black Western Boots: Office London
Don't crucify me, but this is the only picture I have of my outfit for the last day. I honestly was not bothered having a photo taken, until I ran into Troye Sivan.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
It is already the middle of the first month of the new year. I hope 2017 has been nice to everyone so far. I went into 2017 being in good company with a nice dinner at Mama Sushi and watching the ball drop on tv. Since living in NYC, it's crazy to know that the ball dropping is literally 30 minutes from where I live and to watch it on live television still makes it seem like it's miles away. Here is to another year living in the rotten apple.
Silver Sparkle Top: H&M
Black Leather Skirt: H&M
Silver Metallic Leather Jacket: Zara
Light Pink Boots: Zara
Crystal Choker: Enamour Entirety
Saturday, December 31, 2016
My style will never be in one place. Although I give off a tomboy vibe, I still like to be a bit girly with my colors and textures. I paired my pink leather jacket with frilly socks. I'm sort of giving off a 90's/early 2000's feel to this with my hat and high waist trousers. Think Mary-Kate and Ashley circa 2001 for the hat. I dig it.
This was also the last full day my family was in town. We spent the first half at the Met. They currently are showing the Costume Institute. If you are in NYC, I suggest peeping the clothes!
Black Turtle Neck: Thrift Store
White High Waist Trousers: Thrift Store
Pink Leather Jacket: Zara
Frilly Socks: F21
Black Platform Shoes: Asos
Black Suede Hat: (from my mom) Liz Claiborne
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
This fall/winter, you do not always have to stick to dark or neutral colors - this is what I am trying to tell myself at least. So, I went with a bold red on top of black and whites. I appreciate tassels, but I am usually never one to sport them. I have two items that I own (including this red outerwear) that have tassels. I love the movement it gives as you can clearly see me not being still in these photos.
White Long Top: c/o Zaful
Red Tassel Sweater: c/o Stylewe
Grey Trousers: Thrift Store
Black Boots: Aldo