thought i’d share some favorite recent projects from the last month or so at urban outfitters:
by Nastassia Clucas
austin girls and ann edgerton (my favorite friend/photographer)
bec nolan (photos by sam nolan)
lipsticks, reenvisioned by the amazing jennilee marigomen
durimel brothers, photographed by jack belli
the amazing, inspiring duo of greg rogove and diana garcia
a conversation with tekla!
always a pleasure to work with stef mitchell
and some cool duos, by devyn galindo
i have been working on a collection of posts on everyday dressing for apiece apart — it has been fun to develop content alongside creative, inspiring friends ashley helvey and clement pascal
here are some posts:
1. take it easy (what to wear on the weekend)
2. on buttoning the top button and style cues from Kramer vs Kramer
(photo by Tim Hout)
3. on the best day of the year: the time when you get to retire your piece of garbage winter jacket for a SPRING DUSTER!
4. and on taking cues from Steve McQueen, cuffed sleeves, and modern delicacy: chambray
5. always fun to collab with my dear Lauren Spencer King — her watercolor series inspired by the Spring/Summer Apiece collection is amazing. I want a print of it
6. i have also been developing a series for their blog on inspiring women from all over the country. the first installment went up last week, featuring NYC gallerist Rhiannon Kubicka.
look for “refined and rugged examples in every medium”
going “the extra mile for what feels especially right”
Roll with change.
When do you feel beautiful?
When I’ve had a moment to clear my head.
deeply inspired by two sartorial choices in inherent vice. the pairing of a navy mock-turtleneck and a jean jacket; the panama hat.
“Maybe the interesting thing about clothes is that people live in them, and that there’s nothing else really to be said.” – Tilda Swinton (this little piece from Dazed about a recent show T.S. did is worth a read)
a couple of new posts with Apiece Apart,
on chambray / on security blanket shawls / on an all-print outfit / on sensible gifting (one and two)
“Our task is not to find the maximum amount of content in a work of art…Our task is to cut back content so that we can see the thing at all.” — susan sontag
objects sitting in the sun,
a lopsided thrift store vase / a negroni