Hey, gidday mates! So this past weekend I went to Coachella with my mates from Ray-Ban. If you’ve never been, it’s like hanging out at the biggest camping ground ever with about 100,000 incredibly good looking people, with eight incredible performances going on simultaneously from the world’s most famous musicians every 30-45 minutes. Insanity! Plus it’s in the middle of the desert and it gets extremely hot and bright, so sunglasses are essential. Hello, Ray-Ban. Highlight moments included Lorde’s performance, seeing Joy Division do Bizarre Love Triangle IRL, and sitting in a giant field all alone contemplating my existence (aka crying) while watching Bon Iver. So many memories! Photos/outfits, below.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! In between doing everything I can to beat the fair skinned odds and get a tan on this trip, I’ve been running around the island of Santorini battle testing a bunch of new gear. This whole outfit’s from Abercrombie & Fitch: The jacket was part of my look at the brand’s relaunch party in NYC last month — at which Third Eye Blind played, and at which Jenny and I both stood directly below singer Stephan Jenkins and TOUCHED HIM WHILE HE WAS PERFORMING — good times were had by all.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! I’m writing to you live from 30,000 feet above ground — Jenny and I are en route to Greece (Santorini, Poros and Athens) — so next time you hear from me, expect to see white buildings with blue domes and plenty of ocean meeting the horizon. But first… On Friday we caught a car out east to The Hamptons with the team from Ray-Ban and a ton of bloggers, and spent the weekend running around from pool to beach to restaurant to club to way-the-hell-out-in-the-middle-of-the-sea for fly-boarding. Needless to say, it was good times. Our only requirement: Remix seven pairs of Ray-Ban sunglasses. Check out ours!Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Jenny Albright and I became fast friends from the first time we met in Auckland in 2010. She’d flown over for New Zealand Fashion Week, we bumped into each other at a party, she didn’t have a car, I did, so for the next week or so, I’d come pick her up every day, we’d hang out and grab coffee or see a movie, then she flew back to New York, and that was that. And then…..Click to Continue!
When I was in high school back in the 90s, this trend went around New Zealand where girls suddenly thought it was a good idea to wear see-through white pants with black or racy red underwear underneath. My friends used to call them White Pants Skanks which still to this day seems appropriate.Click to Continue!