An activity that always makes me smile, is going through my mother's closet and seeing what treasures I can find. She has this thing about holding onto her favorite pieces from decades prior, that I have to hand it to her, works in her favor. She has the best taste of anyone that I know; with a full collection of vintage Chanel's, Black tie Dior gowns and printed scarves from Hermes that can be used for basically everything from tying around your neck to look like a Korean Air Stewardess, to wrapping around your head to prevent the sun from damaging your locks, while vacationing on holiday in Capri. My mother wore this skirt, while dancing famously at Studio 54 with high-heels just as high as mine, with hair even double the size of mine, if that's even possible. My mother, being full-Korean, was skin and bone, meaning I had to suck it in, in order to fit my non-Asian rear into this leopard skirt. However we choose to call it though, history is always something that will be in style. The barrage of trends that take over fashion magazines and runways shows are sometimes really uninteresting to me. I really like, whatever it is that catches my eye, and I prefer to adhere to an individuality and escapism that makes me, me. I love pairing back an interesting skirt to a basic collared shirt. It allows you to be this arbiter of style and create your take on a classic fixture.
Coco wears a Uniqlo Collared Shirt (my favorite and I have multiples in EVERY single color-way), Vintage Leopard Velour Skirt, Burberry London Cashmere Coat, Celine Calfskin Bag, Prada Lambskin Open-Toe Shoes, Ray Ban Black-out Aviators, Vintage Earrings.