Time for Change

I’ve always loved the summer. When I was younger I would spend what felt like an eternity in the countryside with my mom’s side of the family. Looking back I suppose it was just a

Dayglo in the Dark

The other day I was walking by Gramercy Park in New York City and I noticed something strange. From the corner of my eye I thought I saw someone throw a cigarette into the park,

Half & Half

For someone who never played sports, I have a very strong appreciation for athletic-inspired fashion. Likewise, for someone who hated camo growing up, I’m surprisingly into the camo trend that was huge a while ago.

On Clarity of Mind

It’s been a long and hectic year or so. Lots of projects have been in the works for some time, invariably delayed by anything and everything. I’ve always been one to work on a few

On Letting Go

I’ve always prided myself on my ability to see the potential in people and situations. I can wander into a dilapidated house and I see not not the broken floorboards but what it’ll look like after

Grunge for Spring? Groundbreaking.

In New York it seems like Spring is never going to arrive. The skies have been cloudy and gray, and while I was writing this it was about 30 degrees. But it’s April, and Spring

Elevated Casual Style

Elevated casuals have been having a bit of a moment lately, and I have to admit, I’m definitely on board with the trend. Keeping things simple with comfortable, accessible shapes just makes sense, and an

Slouchy Stripes

I’ve had this cardigan for about five years now, and it’s still one of my favorites. I thought it was a little over the top when I first bought it, but I’ve since come to

Easing into Fall

Usually I’m holding on to summer with everything I’ve got. The beach and the sand and the summer adventures, well, they’re pretty much what I live for. Recently New York City just had a wonderful

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