Monday, January 23, 2017


AlexandraMetalClown looked sultry and spooky wearing clothing from designer Hester Sunshine's Holiday 2017 collection. Details like pumpkin buttons and plastic spiders in her lucite heels made this look! 

Thursday, January 19, 2017


Hester's pairing of red and yellow plus her buns reminded me of Minnie Mouse! After I took her picture Hester invited me to her upcoming fashion show: Creepy Crawly Christmas. Illustrations from the event to come soon! :) In the mean time you can see pictures from the show on her website:

Thursday, January 5, 2017


House of Yes (a venue in BK) events almost always include a fantastical dress up theme. Britney put together this ensemble for a Rococo combined with desserts party. Britney got creative, pinning a wine colored dress to her bustier to form a draped skirt. She piled perfectly matching locks onto her head for a dramatic up-do to complete the stunning "Strawberry Chocolate Cake" look.

Thursday, December 29, 2016


Rachel and Jeanise (they're a couple so let's give them a cheesy couple name: Rachise?) bundled themselves in a rainbow of warmth on a chilly day in Soho. Rachel's custom made backpack was created by @scooterlaforge 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016


Ben Copperwheat designed the multi-colored masterpiece I spotted him wearing around the Garment District.

Funny story: Back at the office after meeting Ben, I excitedly told my pal/coworker about the man I had just photographed to illustrate and how inspiring his designs are. She stopped me right as I was sending her a link to his website: "Wait is his name Ben? He's my good friend!" Big city -- SMALL WORLD!

I encourage you to go stalk Ben's website to oogle the kaleidoscope of swag that is his art and designs:

Friday, December 16, 2016


Male model Adrian Hurtado looked like a 1970's rockstar wearing his street clothes after walking the Anna Sui Fashion Show. See more of him on instagram: @adrianhurtado

Thursday, December 8, 2016


Paul Fears is SUCH A GOOD NAME! He should probably become a rapper (or any type of performer). I love the way he combined fruity florals with a chain. His neon backpack was see-through, revealing a Labyrinth DVD case (I say case because it was sans actual DVD). He knows how to accessorize! How much do you wanna bet toting mementos of recently deceased celebrities will become a trend? Soon every purse will hold a Prince CD or Princess Lea action figure!