Friday, June 6, 2014 Guest Edit: Anti Everything – Meet Pandora, Our Newest UK Contributor
I’m Pandora and I live in London in a house in Shoreditch plastered with Mexican crafts, 70s porn and Elvis paraphernalia. I’m a fashion editor, a brand consultant and, more recently, the co-owner of Anti-Agency; the home for super hot, super smart boys and girls who are too cool to be real models.
This is how it all happened:
Motel Arianne Dress
MinkPink CA Dreamin' Dress
Get Prepped Crop Sweater
OK 1984 Effing Jewelry Set
Jeffrey Campbell Scully Platform
Spark Plug Bag
Maurie and Eve Oh Boy! Jean
Nasty Gal In Check Two-piece Dress
Monday, June 2, 2014 Guest Edit: Cailin Hill Takes Us Through Her Tokyo Neighborhood
We were in the market for some personal style blogging tips while also in the mood for an imaginary adventure to a far-off place, so who better to enlist than model and blogger Cailin Hill to take us on an informative and visually-pleasing adventure through her ultra-cool Tokyo neighborhood?
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Guest Edit: All White Everything
It’s almost Memorial Day, so you can ‘officially’ start wearing white again. But why would you ever stop?
White It Out
Check Me Out Skirt
Superga Macramew Lace Sneakers
Hug It Out Dress
SKIVVIES Little Lolita Bralette
Nasty Gal Janelle Top
Nasty Gal Gatsby Dress
Barely Skating By Skater Dress
Jeffrey Campbell Czarina Heel
Thursday, May 8, 2014 Guest Edit: Yasi Salek @ Austin Psych Fest
I’ve been to my fair share of music festivals, from Lollapalooza 1995 (yes, I’m old, but I also saw Sonic Youth, Hole, and Pavement in their prime and you probably didn’t so FU) to a number of Warped Tours (don’t you judge me) to this year’s insane Coachella, plus a whole bunch in between. That’s to say that this year’s Austin Psych Fest wasn’t my first dusty, porta-potty filled rodeo, but I will say it was by far one of the best all-around music festival experiences I’ve ever had.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 Guest Edit: Coachillin’
Sigh of relief, people. We’ve made it through another year of Coachella saturating our media feeds and to celebrate I thought I’d write an article about… my Coachella experience. (Sorry.)
Like tons of other social Californians, I am lucky enough to get a free ticket every year, and it’s a rare privilege extended to a mere 1,000? Thousands? More? Is anyone going to this festival that isn’t getting hooked up and/or paid to be there anymore?
And while the line up is never up my alley, there are a few gems. Also, getting drunk with your friends is fun anywhere—even in the 100 degree desert. It’s definitely a good time, but Coachella as a music festival is just… different.