Los Angeles Lookbook

Going abroad to London last year taught me about the importance of being a tourist in my own city. I am perfectly fine with getting all dolled up and making a DSLR camera the extension of my arm when going out and about in LA. No regrets. No shame. This city deserves to be photographed,Continue reading “Los Angeles Lookbook”

Library Lookbook: California State Library

A library touched by Midas. A labyrinth of literature, filled with rich wall murals and cozy leather chairs to gape at them from. It was as if this The California State Library did not even belong in California, but in the belly of an ancient pyramid. “I have always imagined that Paradise will be aContinue reading “Library Lookbook: California State Library”

Exhibitions and Ensembles: Exploring the Oscar de la Renta Exhibition

When a designer leaves this world, he leaves behind his imprints through the garments he crafted. The garments become a treasury of creativity, a gallery that pays homage to his legacy. Two years ago, Oscar de la Renta passed according to the DeYoung Museum website; Today, he lives on through his fashion house that continuesContinue reading “Exhibitions and Ensembles: Exploring the Oscar de la Renta Exhibition”

Kristin in Kensington

The streets of London are like a personified magazine; as I walk the streets of South Kensington, I feel as if I am a part of a British Vogue spread. The scenery as well as the people of London consistently evoke style inspiration. Specifically in South Kensington, there are streets of white and pristine VictorianContinue reading “Kristin in Kensington”

Enjoying the Mali-beauty

I don’t belong anywhere: I belong everywhere. The phrase above happens to be my life motto for the sole purpose that I love to travel and experience new spaces and places. With that being said, Malibu—and more specifically, Pepperdine (my university) is one of the places I can easily call home; it is a placeContinue reading “Enjoying the Mali-beauty”

The Honorary Oregonian

Wanderlust isn’t just international: it can be cured in America too. This last week, I hopped on a plane to visit my college roommate, Rebekah in Oregon. As the airplane began to move, I immediately put on my rose gold headphones and played a song that would coincide with takeoff. Call me dorky, but IContinue reading “The Honorary Oregonian”

Collegiate Chic

According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the definition of “Nostalgia” is “pleasure and sadness that is caused by remembering something from the past and wishing that you could experience it again.” When I think of the term, my personal definition is just one word, three syllables: “Pepperdine.” It has been a whole month as ofContinue reading “Collegiate Chic”