I am kind of disappointed in the coverage of Galliano’s last collection for Dior. Mostly because it seems to be a big missed opportunity in terms of discussing fashion and more importantly, the beauty standards imposed by the fashion industry. Read More An Intersection is More Than Just Two Streets Crossing
I’ve never been into fashion. It’s not that I don’t appreciate its aesthetic or cultural value; I just have never been good at picking out clothes and putting an outfit together. I blame an incredibly easy 80s childhood. I liked bright colors and anything with animals on it, and my mom picked out my clothes every morning. It wasn’t until middle school that I suddenly had to get rid of all my neon and puffy-painted items and upgrade to something grown up”¦like flannel shirts. (Sigh.) Read More An Ode to Sneakers
One of the things I do to pass the time while traveling around the city is scrutinize the outfits of the passersby, and imagine how I would modify the outfits if I were to wear them myself. I don’t do this to be judgmental, my goal is not to criticize their outfits (though I would be lying if I said that never happened!) but rather to glean inspiration from them.