Sunday, March 6, 2011


There is a difference between a runway look and an everyday look . Keep in mind when designers send looks down the runway things are overly stylized to attract eyes of a buyer , and to grasp the viewers attention. With that being said , I am going to help some of you ladies and gents get this bright look without looking like a tragic catastrophe. When wearing neons it is very important that you quickly establish weather your neon will be a statement or an accent to your wardrobe. If you choose to go with a bright pant  similar to the Jil Sanders  item pictured above or skirt by Christopher Kane also pictured above , tone it down with whites and Nude tones  . Accessorize to your own discretion . If you take the route of using your neons as an accent , to your wardrobe REMEMBER you still have the ability to look like a walking skittle however, don't be scared to wear colors if you choose something along the lines of an orange platform , like these Brian Atwoods pictured above , try a play on contrast, dark pythons , plums ect. Dont be scared to experiment just don't get too cray cray.

Sunday, February 27, 2011


Worked on this editorial , in Coney Island it was my first time and extremely cold ! the model Lori from Empire Models  totally favors a young Demi Moore . The look was a bit 50s inspired , Make - up and Hair was done by me , since it was outdoors we just needed a quickie. Everything was shot in a matter of 2 hours since the sun was already going down . More from this set on my site

Wednesday, February 23, 2011


( Miu Miu shoes , Chanel Reissue , Top Shop onesie )
Behind the scenes footage of an amazing editorial I styled for ,super fun living doll concept! I worked along side some super talented people. Photographer Natalie Sema , Make - up by Brooke Hill and model Alaina of APM Models. Cant wait to share the final edits .