Denim has been one of those staples since we can remember – everyone has at least one pair of jeans in their closet, it’s essential. Personally, vintage Levi’s are the best because they simply don’t make jeans like that anymore.
Street style is one of the most popular parts of fashion, I think everyone knows that – but street wear is a completely different thing. It’s a culture that emerged from skaters and that’s found almost anywhere now, even in haute couture. When it comes to everyday looks, I like mixing it up and incorporating various styles; it makes them a lot more funky and interesting. Doing this with streetwear brands is even more fascinating because certain products from brands have a specific meaning and personality. It’s a movement that gaining more traction, and what better place to celebrate that lifestyle than in NYC?
Who needs a top when you can just wear your silk scarf instead? This is something I would wear on repeat over the summer when I got bored of my closet and wanted to switch it up a little. The versatility of your mom’s or grandma’s everyday silk scarf is one of the best things to have in your wardrobe and I rarely want to leave without one.
It’s summertime, which means barbecues between friends and family, days spent by the pool, and admiring the flora around you. There’s something so uniquely pleasant from watching and listening to the light breeze rustling the leaves on trees. In the countryside, it’s so easy to spend hours admiring the unpretentious world around you and feeling the utmost sensation of being calm. Watching the stars at night, observing bees collect pollen from a distance, sitting on freshly hydrated grass. Nature is majestic, watch and take it all in.
Roofs in New York City are a special thing… The city is immense and no matter where you go, you’re surrounded by tall buildings. When you’re at the top, you feel like the smallest person yet you feel like the whole world belongs to you. After walking up the stairs of an East Village building (and feeling quite out of breath), you reach the place where you can spend some time with yourself and take in the city as a whole. You watch the sun go down that reflects from the glass windows across the street. On those days where you feel a little down, the roof seems just slightly magical.