OCCUPATION: Co-owner of Handzy Shop + Studio STYLE: Creative, comfy mama What does fashion mean to you? I never think of it as fashion. I’m a creative...
I've noticed that having a high-level exec who dresses in a way that expresses herself has really allowed other women to do the same. I think that's really cool.
There was a long time I felt real self-conscious going out. But I found that when you feel comfortable in your own skin, so do they.
You could be wearing your dad’s dirty Nikes, but if you’re wearing a beret, you look chic. I carry my beret in my bag with me.
The late Ruby Wright's cocktail dress is still a showstopper.
I’ll find one thing and think, I have to wear this in a way that’s killer. Or around a specific look I want to execute. I don’t try to chase trends.
Alexander Shelton, founder of Namast'ay Woke Yoga, talks eco fashion, trauma, and radical softness.
I have kind of weird cultural influences, from the Middle East and Peru and Latin America, and now that I'm older I really appreciate things done by hand.
In basically every category of clothing I have one true, statement leopard piece, and I pull in those pieces when I have an otherwise more basic outfit.
"I have a pair of the first waffle trainers that were handmade by Bill Bowerman, the founder of Nike."