Jun 11, 2014


Recently I started my 18th year of life. This is how spent day one of the 18th year.

We ventured to LA to see an art installation,but first, coffee.

We walked to the MOCA Pacific design center to see one of my most beloved artists, Jacob Hashimoto. See more of his work here.

The thing about art installations is they often inspire more art. Sometimes in the form of photography. 

 A strange thing happened....
We slowly became apart of the art when we decided to lay under one of the parts of the installation that had clouds printed on it. A group of dreamers under a million paper clouds in a paper town filled with paper dolls. 

All of a sudden it was like we were a part of the exhibit, strangers taking photos of us sitting under the clouds. Some of them were so kind to come up to us after and send us the photos (which turned out pretty cool). 

Jacob Hashimoto's Gas Giant

Art has always been a huge part of my life. I have probably send it over 1,000 times but fashion inspires art and art inspires fashion. It is a delicate ecosystem.

xx E.

Jun 3, 2014


Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist
This has never been more relevant to my life then now. I must prepare for the next four years of my life, as well as try to enjoy the last few days of my childhood. 

If anyone happened to notice, I took a small break from blogging so that I could figure my life out, and focus on a few other things: 

During this break I realized many things

1.that whole cliché  "growing up is trap" quote you see literally everywhere happens to be spot on. 
2. never let anything get in the way of doing something you love
3. running your own company is really hard and takes a lot of passion and long nights with much coffee, but also is very rewarding. 
4.I really missed blogging.


Now that I have a finally figured out a foundation for the next four years of my life I can look onto new things,
especially the revival of Oh How Very Peachy

What to look forward to: 

 xx E.