Well, the highly anticipated Air Max Day 2018 has come and gone, and I have to admit that I’m a little sad (actually, a lot sad…like full-blown depressed) because I wasn’t able to score a pair of the 1/97 SW that I have LITERALLY been waiting a whole year for, ever since the Sneakeasy event last
First, the bad news. It’s still winter here in NYC and there are no signs of the weather getting warmer anytime soon. The good news, however, is that I’m able to continue on with my sick obsession with all things teddy this season! This teddy maxi coat from Oak + Fort has quickly become a closet staple for me;
Guess who’s baaaack? Ugh, I know…I’ve been the world’s worst blogger. But you know, sometimes life gets in the way and between family, my other jobs and my photographer’s own busy schedule, it’s been rather tough to coordinate and find time to shoot. Adulting really blows sometimes. Mark my words though, I will definitely be
Last Friday, I trekked down to Wall Street to check out “OFF CAMPUS” – an installation by Virgil Abloh, showcasing his most epic collaboration with Nike yet. The collab, appropriately titled “The Ten”, features ten of Nike’s most iconic sneakers deconstructed and remixed by the talented Off-White designer. Upon walking in, the first thing I noticed was
When I first moved to NYC, I wasn’t particularly a fan of the summers here. You see, humidity and me…we don’t go so well together. I don’t know, maybe it’s because I’m a winter baby, or it’s because of the fact that I tend to sweat just a tad bit more (ok that’s a lie.
If I’m being honest, my #1 dilemma whenever I travel is what sneakers I’m going to take with me. It legit stresses me out. My friend laughed at me when I told her that my carry-on was just all sneakers. Six pairs is not a lot for two weeks, is it??? I would’ve taken two,
About a month ago, I was invited to an Adidas event to celebrate the launch of #EQT in collaboration with Footaction. It was held at Footaction’s space NYC33 and the vibes were set just right with neon red light details and the Adidas and Footaction logos splashed against the exposed brick walls. The event repped