Right out of university, Clara Pablo thought that the best way of finding a job, was creating one. She knew what she wanted, and went for it. Pitusa is one … Continue reading Made in Miami: A conversation with Clara Lago from Pitusa
Remember your first day of school? Every year while growing up, we faced the awkwardness of being around others at school, trying to be liked. It’s not easy for anyone, … Continue reading Made in Miami: Conversation with Rachael Russell-Saiger from Style Saves
Head pieces are extremely powerful; when you enter a room wearing one, they become a way to identify you, and can even turn into the focus of unexpected conversation. Suzy … Continue reading The Power of Fascinators: Suzy Buckley from Shapoh hats
Don’t wait to have permission from a title to allow yourself to be who you are, and most importantly, don’t be intimidated by fashion.
Change often begins silently, followed by events that seem unimportant; for example, you wake up one morning and have breakfast. You kiss your kids good-bye, and head over to work … Continue reading Who made my clothes?
On the importance of vulnerability to heal the world
Anyone whose goal is ‘something higher’, must expect someday to suffer vertigo. What is vertigo? Fear of falling? No. Vertigo is something other than fear of falling. It’s the voice … Continue reading On balance, and vertigo
Posing. It’s not a matter of vanity. It’s not a matter of beauty. It has nothing to do with being superficial. It’s simply that photography has become our canvas. We … Continue reading Anatomy of a Pose