Fashion is Life
"Fashion fades, style is eternal."-YSL
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Lexi Boling for Muse Magazine Winter 2013 editorial “Dawn til Dusk.”Photographed by Guy Aroch, styled by Joanne Barnes
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karlie kloss by mariano vivanco for muse magazine
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Gisele Bundchen by Nino Munoz for Muse #22
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Vogue China Oct 2013 ‘Cerulean Spirit’ - Sasha Luss by Paolo Roversi
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"It was exciting and just a major, major compliment…I was happy for all the girls who would see me on [it] and feel a little more seen." - Lupita Nyong’o on being named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful
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Joan Smalls in “Red Alert” by Cedric Buchet for Glamour, May 2014
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Ymre Stiekema in "Me, Myself & I" for Vogue Netherlands, May 2014
Photographed by Philippe Vogelenzang
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Christian Dior Haute Couture F/W 2012

Fame (how most of us want it)

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about my former Instagram account that I guess would be considered “famous.” I often find myself regretting deleting it because maybe if I didn’t, more people would see my photography. Maybe I would have a larger fan-base. Maybe my work would be wanted in galleries and what-not.
Thinking about this brings the thought to my mind: “Why does society seek fame as much as they do?” Sure I seek fame for certain reasons, and you reading this probably do also. But why do we seek fame? I just don’t understand why we all seek others’ approval and praise. I don’t understand why every time I take a picture I constantly ask “does this look cheesy?” and “do you even like it?” I don’t know why I need this approval and praise, but it is reassuring. Maybe we want fame because it makes us feel better about what we do in our lives, it makes us feel like we are doing “good.”
I’m writing this to say that yes of course I would like to have fame, but we all need to be happy with who we are and what we have.

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Lindsey Wixson by Karl Largerfeld for Numéro #136 September 2012