PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17
PHOTOS BY REBECCA STORM
STYLING BY OLIVIA WHITTICK
TEXT BY VIOLA CHEN
I know everyone equates a skyscraper with a dick in some way or another, but I really think about the ride. You can’t put a price on an experience! I read Marx in school too, you know.
Dear goddess, please, finally give me something I fucking want.
One of the most important things in a lady’s life is to have something to hold onto. A handrail, or a door, or a man’s pride, or some hope. On top of your workload, make sure to dedicate a number of hours to Self-Care (™).
It is ten past five and you are ten past everything I think about. Someone told me once that if you sound white on the phone, then absolutely nothing bad can happen to you.
The dress, the notebook, the lamp, the flesh of the body I would like to bite into: all pink!
The key to success as a woman is to make sure your hair never fits. The hand tattoo is not a grandmother’s name in Chinese, it says “Chanel.” One night, I made him spaghetti for a midnight snack and the next morning, he dumped me. Better get back to work, that smile isn’t gonna craft itself!
Watch the behind the scenes footage from this shoot HERE.
1. & 2. Vintage, 3. Suit by Eliza Faulkner, glasses by Seymoure. 5. Dress by Eliza Faulkner, glasses by Seymoure
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