Inside Louis Vuitton X With Krischic

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The ‘LV’ in LVMH has done it again: brought an immersive experience to Los Angeles that has managed to attract the Instagram generation to the brand like a moth to a fashionable flame. I am always fascinated with Louis Vuitton’s cutting-edge approach to promoting brand awareness. The high fashion house has reigned in the luxury […]

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Take me to Church…For Brunch!

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For some, Sunday brunch is an after-church affair. At Redbird, you go to church for brunch. Their ricotta blueberry pancakes are angelic, as soft and fluffy as heavenward clouds (As Mari’s post on this adventure will document, I even exclaimed “this is heaven” while consuming it, and the religious diction was quite purposeful). So, let […]

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A Tour of My Bachelorette Pad in the City!

Sometimes, I feel like Carrie Bradshaw on the West Coast–wearing my Jeffrey Campbell’s instead of Manolo Blahnik’s editing video packages and writing articles, because let’s face it, if Carrie Bradshaw was placed in this generation, she would be a multimedia journalist too! Maybe a little different than Carrie is my fascination with history: as I […]

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A Case for Extending ‘Christmas Colors’ Beyond Christmas

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Ah Christmas…a time of merriment: The scents of gingerbread and pine leaves in the air, heartwarming music and a blur of red and green has passed by too soon. But perhaps there is a way to extend some of the Christmas magic beyond the “acceptable” timeline. I am proposing here on the blog to extend […]

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A Digital Dive Inside LA’s Dover Street Market

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You know how there’s that saying, “all roads lead to Rome?” Well in my case, all blogging boulevards lead me back to discussing London. This time, it’s not just me reminiscing, okay? I am here to tell you that Dover Street Market, which originated on Dover Street in London’s Mayfair neighborhood, has officially found a […]

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Book It to These LA Literary Spots Now!

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As a self-proclaimed bibliophile, I find myself traveling between the realities of an all-consuming novel or real life: going to grad school, covering/attending events, or hanging out with friends. The ideal situation for someone like me is when these two worlds collide–when a place is quite literally lined with literary motifs and I can go […]

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The “Peasant” Pinafore is Your Next Brunch Look

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Welcome to the Friday Favorites link up with your co-hosts Liz from Lizzie in Lace and Kristin from Keeping it Kris Chic! The emergence of peasant finery is definitely a thing. Sounds like a paradox, right? If we’re being purely historical, peasants did not aspire to dress the way they did–they wore what was handy […]

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Style and Scribbles: Thoughts After Turning 22

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It’s been way too long since I’ve written a blog post. I feel my fingers loosen on the keyboard—itching to create images with words. So here it goes…I’ve missed writing to you and the wordsmith warmth that accompanies this composition. I can still taste the Baked Alaska on my tongue—the rich flavors of raspberry ice […]

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How to Not Dress for the Occasion…Oops

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If there’s anything I’ve learned about making it in fashion, it’s that the trendsetters are the ones that don’t follow the rules: they wear what they feel confident in at their desired venue. Now, I am not talking about wearing a ball gown to a coffee shop, or a swimsuit to the office—please, please don’t […]

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Krischic at Kenwood [House]

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And so the London saga continues… the next setting: Kenwood House. Located in Hampstead Heath, this Georgian abode that was home to William Murray, First Earl of Mansfield according to The Telegraph, is an enchanting estate. Each room is filled with life-like portraits of bygone aristocrats and royals in all their historic finery. But the […]

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