Vintage top and cashmere duster via Bib & Tuck (℅), Cheap Monday jeans (℅), Rollie Sneakers (℅), Lafayette 148 silk blouse

Been paying more attention to the Spring/Summer 2015 shows, which has been moving me to experiment with layering. I suppose these layers came about after seeing the Dries Van Noten "Gilded Woodstock" collection (as Susie Bubble referred to it as) and also after taking a look at Bottega Veneta's severe treatment of gingham. The layering of open sheer fabrics/use of opulent materials and details came from Dries, where Veneta reminded me that one of the reasons why I was drawn to the silk gingham print shirt was that it puts a classic print onto a relatively unusual garment (the only closure on the top is a single button at the collar. I kept it open and a little more sexy by having the shape mirror that of the open duster.

Then I guess the sneakers were something of an homage to Margiela. Dunno if it all works, but it doesn't have to, it's an experiment.

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Cheap Monday...well, everything (woo!), Rollie sneakers, By Boe eye necklace (to which I have attached a broken key) and ring

I aksed Cheap Monday if I could play up some pieces for them in an effort to spread the word about their 10th anniversary pop-up event, which, with everyone's help, can happen here in NYC (or your own city, yea)!

Here's the deal: Cheap Monday, my beloved favorite über-cool jeans brand from Stockholm is celebrating 10 years of existence, and to mark the occassion, they're holding this little contest to see which major city will get its own Cheap Monday pop-up, where they will GIVE AWAY 10,000 PAIRS OF JEANS in 10 cities on 10/10 at 10am for 10 minutes.
If you want this in your city like I do, CLICK HURR.

I'm obsessed with this celebration idea, so I'm encouraging everyone to vote for their city (but preferably NYC because I live here and I'm selfish). 

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Vintage jeans, beret and belt, James Rowland sandals, vintage mixed pins, Asos top, Ray Ban 3347s

Perhaps the beret was a silly choice, but who cares really?
I was definitely having a Robert Plant sorta day, either that or an emerging-Ramones-fan-who-also-listened-to-Nancy-Sinantra-chick circa 1974.

I dunno, let's just say I'm having fun.

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Vintage shirt via Dusty Rose, Maurices jeans (℅), Asos cardigan, La Canadienne flats (℅)

Maurices sent me some product to try out, so I thought it fitting to really try them out, like with these super sexytime poses. 

I'm a gem.

Thanks, Maurices, these are super comfortable *high five*

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LZZR Reck necklace (℅), Pavonine dress

Love the strong, vertical line created by this lovely bronze and silver necklace by LZZR. Happy to report that all of their jewelry is made as sustainable as possible, that their bronze and copper is reclaimed from factories all over Los Angeles and their gold and silver is sourced from suppliers who provide recycled or repurposed metals.

Good job, dudes.

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