Did you catch the Google hangout between Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle’s Anne Slowey and Tiffany & Co’s smart and charming Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof (finally mastered saying her last name) and myself this afternoon? If not watch it on Tiffany’s YouTube channel - bit.ly/TiffanyHOA

Did you catch the Google hangout between Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle’s Anne Slowey and Tiffany & Co’s smart and charming Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof (finally mastered saying her last name) and myself this afternoon? If not watch it on Tiffany’s YouTube channel - bit.ly/TiffanyHOA

Are you ready?  At 12pm EST join myself, Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle Magazine’s Anne Slowey and Tiffany & Co’s Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof for a lively discussion on media, fashion and design! - Go to http://bit.ly/TiffanyHangout and #ShopTheHangout

Are you ready? At 12pm EST join myself, Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle Magazine’s Anne Slowey and Tiffany & Co’s Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof for a lively discussion on media, fashion and design! - Go to http://bit.ly/TiffanyHangout and #ShopTheHangout

Time for another weekly installment of #SUNDAYSTORIES!

During a casting early in my career, I went to go see the House of Dior in Paris. As I entered the room there was a row of people that sat behind a long table, I handed them my book and then showed them my walk. Everything seemed to go OK, and on my way out I noticed what I could only describe as this debonair looking pirate sitting in the corner of the room by the door, he was smirking at me and had his arms crossed. I looked back around the room as if to say “Am I the only one who see’s this full on pirate here?!”. I was so enamoured with this man’s look that I called my mom back in Canada right after and said, “So… there was this pirate at Dior, and I can’t believe how fabulous he looked”. To cut a long story short, I got the job and it was only at the Dior show that I realized, the pirate was John Galliano himself. This would be my first of many shows with Galliano, a man who constantly reinvents his look in the most fantastic way. He recently became the creative director for Maison Margiela and I’m so excited to see how he reinvents fashion and himself yet again.
Sometimes I can’t believe some of my own early modeling experience. Keep an eye on my blog for weekly #SUNDAYSTORIES!

Time for another weekly installment of #SUNDAYSTORIES!

During a casting early in my career, I went to go see the House of Dior in Paris. As I entered the room there was a row of people that sat behind a long table, I handed them my book and then showed them my walk. Everything seemed to go OK, and on my way out I noticed what I could only describe as this debonair looking pirate sitting in the corner of the room by the door, he was smirking at me and had his arms crossed. I looked back around the room as if to say “Am I the only one who see’s this full on pirate here?!”. I was so enamoured with this man’s look that I called my mom back in Canada right after and said, “So… there was this pirate at Dior, and I can’t believe how fabulous he looked”. To cut a long story short, I got the job and it was only at the Dior show that I realized, the pirate was John Galliano himself. This would be my first of many shows with Galliano, a man who constantly reinvents his look in the most fantastic way. He recently became the creative director for Maison Margiela and I’m so excited to see how he reinvents fashion and himself yet again.

Sometimes I can’t believe some of my own early modeling experience. Keep an eye on my blog for weekly #SUNDAYSTORIES!

On Tuesday, October 21st at 12pm EST join myself, Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle Magazine's Anne Slowey, and Tiffany & Co's Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof for a lively discussion on media, fashion, and design! - Go to http://bit.ly/TiffanyHangout and #ShopTheHangout

On Tuesday, October 21st at 12pm EST join myself, Song Of Style’s Aimee Song, Elle Magazine's Anne Slowey, and Tiffany & Co's Design Director Francesca Amfitheatrof for a lively discussion on media, fashion, and design! - Go to http://bit.ly/TiffanyHangout and #ShopTheHangout

I posted the Harper’s Bazaar Thailand cover yesterday, and as promised I’m sharing the sophisticated-glam editorial today. I love the dancing Coco quadruplets shot!

Harper’s Bazaar Thailand - October 2014

Photographer: Natth Jaturapahu
Fashion Editor: Nichakul Kitayanubhongse
Stylist: Yoshihiro Hidaka
Makeup Artist: Bank Natdanai
Hair Stylist: Shinko Shibata

Another day, another Flare magazine post. What can I say? They kept me pretty busy as guest editor! I’m pretty pumped about this project. This was my first time art directing an editorial, and it was an amazing experience. As you’ll see in this behind-the-scenes video, I got to cast the models, help with the wardrobe, and work with my friend and favorite makeup artist Veronica Chu.

Behind-the-Scenes With Coco Rocha and the Roller Queens

Heavy metals, steely sequins and badgal glitter make for the most iced-out season yet. Watch as our disco-inspired roller derby shoot—directed by guest editor Coco Rocha—comes to life!

My book #StudyOfPose also made it with me to Hong Kong! Its officially released in just 2 weeks but available RIGHT NOW for the discounted pre-order price of just $40. There are 1000 poses and over 2000 pages in the book, so when you break it down you’re paying about 4 cents a pose. BARGAIN! - Click here! 

My book #StudyOfPose also made it with me to Hong Kong! Its officially released in just 2 weeks but available RIGHT NOW for the discounted pre-order price of just $40. There are 1000 poses and over 2000 pages in the book, so when you break it down you’re paying about 4 cents a pose. BARGAIN! - Click here!