Vogue

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A long time ago when I was just a young teenager and was learning more about the fashion world, artist and photographer Christine Taylor let me be a part of her amazing projects and while the spread was published she received recognition for her work on Vogue as well.  She continues her artistry to this day under happyplayground.com

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Fashion Writing

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I enjoyed an amazing year and half with Audrey.  Sadly, they are on a hiatus currently, but still go and check out http://www.audreymagazine.com to read my articles as well as articles from Audrey’s fashion forward editors and writers.

Thank you to former Editor-In-Chief, Anna Park, for the spotlight feature in the winter 14 issue.

Dailylook Elite Subscription

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A favorite throwback to Audrey Magazine and my review of Dailylook’s Elite Subscription Plan.  Click the link below to read the full article!

In the beginning of December, we brought to you an interview with DailyLook’s founder, Brian Ree, regarding their new Elite personalized styling service, and now Audrey gets to share with you our very first box set! Keeping scrolling to see the step-by-step process along with imagery for a first-hand look at how easy and streamlined the monthly program works. -Read the full article att:  Daily Look Elite Subscription

Audrey Magazine & Seoul’s Metallic Trend

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Gear up for fall and winter this year with inspiration from Seoul’s Metallic Trend!  Read my full article at the link below:

http://audreymagazine.com/seoul-fashion-weeks-metallic-fall-trend/

Layout Design & Graphic Illustration With YBC

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Hand illustrated work and graphic layout design with Yolanda Be Cool, the duo behind platinum hit “We Speak No Americano.”  Watercolor, hand ink, digital ink.

Design & Fashion Writing

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A favorite story I worked on in the past:

WITH ART & HANHNY
It’s always about the fit, the flow, the cut, the fabrication, the trend… You’ve heard it in fashion reviews and articles time and time again, but there’s more to developing an understanding of why people feel a passion for design.  We re-visit designer Hanh Nguyen’s newest collections because there’s such a captivating thought-process behind her work.  It’s true all designers work towards creating an appealing aesthetic, and while some take inspiration from various cultures, it’s always more based upon current trend forecasts. Nguyen opens your eyes beyond a simple appreciation for worldly patterns and prints to the rich and nomadic lives of Mongolian natives. She draws on their survival in harsh climates as evidenced by the deep red tinge that stains their cheeks in a rather beautiful way during bitter winters. She finds life in a season that most would consider bleak by taking that rustic, deep red tone and imbuing into her Winter Garden Collection, and she notes each piece is named for resilient flora that continues to bloom in the coldest months. Winter is no longer meant for the lifeless, but rather the beauty that persists through. There are still sweetly hidden details on the garment signature to Nguyen’s design we’ve long adored.  Her hand drawn illustrations, quick splashes of lace and subtle seaming for contouring bring added character.  She found a way to bring the perfect degree of vitality to modern and minimalist designs, and we hope that the distinguishing artwork remains constant in future collections released by Hanhny.

A Year & A Half

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Some favorite articles while working with Audrey Magazine at http://www.audreymagazine.com, and while it may be on a hiatus it was a pleasure interviewing amazing designers, entrepreneurs and CEOs that built their dreams from the ground up.