Sunday, 29 July 2012


I thought this color blocking outfit was perfect for the amazing weather today! Unfortunately I had to spend the day working inside but luckily I was able to enjoy a little bit of sunshine and some lunch before work.

Collared Shirt: Wilfred Free // White Tank: Wilfred // Shorts: Gap // Sandals: Spring

Monday, 23 July 2012


Silk Dress: Wilfred // Purse: Marc by Marc Jacobs // Shoes: Everything // Sunglasses: Bvlgari 

Thursday, 19 July 2012


I always knew that my cousin Ryan was a really good drawer but it wasn't until recently that I got to see just how amazing his artwork is. He's been posting a lot of his drawings on instagram and I am just blown away by all of them. He does a lot of pencil sketches but my favorites are the ones he does with pen on canvas. I thought I'd share some of his artwork with everyone.

Here are some of my favorites:


 You can find him on instagram for more of his sketches :)  @gucciquang

Tuesday, 17 July 2012


Last semester in school, we had to do a menswear collection. There were about 4-5 people in a group and each group had to think of a theme together and every designer was to design one outfit for the collection. This was the first time I designed menswear so I was a little nervous about it. Luckily, my group and I seemed to have the same general idea of what we wanted our theme to be. We decided on a casual menswear collection.  Our inspiration? Think laid-back and nautical :)

I present to you our collection: Sea Side Blues!

Here is my design!
Model: Victor Keita
I designed a linen/cotton blend collared shirt with a contrasting button placket, cuffs and front pocket. I thought by giving the basic collared shirt a contrasting color it would make things a little more interesting. Over top is a knit cardigan with rolled cuffs and elbow patches. The shorts are a cotton twill and I had to dye them to get it to that shade of blue (the dyeing process for the right color was not easy!). What do you think, boys?

I ended up really enjoying designing menswear (I never thought I would) and it made me realize there was so much more to menswear than just a t-shirt and jeans or a dress shirt and dress pants.