Eye Spy

Givenchy Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses

One of my many weaknesses in this world is eye-wear. I'll admit it. I'm like a kid in a candy store when it comes to shopping for glasses - and more specifically - sunglasses. My go-to is usually Tim Ford for their iconic and classic shapes. I've had my eye on a few pairs of Maui Jim for quite some time now, too. Great price points and incredibly unique styles. Buuuuuut, once in a while, I find myself clicking around in the full on luxury category with a brand like Givenchy.. Which brings us here. I tend to go for a more square shape for my face, but thought it was time to try our a more round style. As I was clicking through the photos of these bad boys (photographed above) I thought it was exactly what I needed. Then I started noticing the details. These aren't your typical shades - no sir. The gold detailing on the top is so perfectly placed. Hidden, almost, until you tilt you head down to a pretty flashy reveal. That's what drew me to this style. On first look they are practical, sleek, and well made. But on further evaluation they have a completely different feel. I love a well designed, well thought out piece of any kind - but these shades might take the cake.


Bombs Away

Bomber Jacket - Brag Vintage / Jeans - Rick Owens DRKSHDW / Rings - Ebay (Wholesale)

If any of you follow my posts at MTV Fora you may have seen my post looking for the perfect bomber jacket. I held off until I truly found the perfect one... and I think I just did. When I saw this one I knew it was right. Just big enough, the right shape on the back, I loved it. We've luckily been having a mild fall here (which I'm loving) but it's about time I pull this bad boy out. And while I've got you... I've never been one to accessorize much, but ever since I got these rings they barely leave my fingers. I bought a wholesale lot of 30 rings in various sizes, so I have at least one for each finger. Cost efficient way to achieve the multi finger ring look. You know me, always thrifty!



It's no secret that I've been a long time fan of Jeremy Scott. (Just check the tag) I've been talking about doing this video for years, specifically with my two good friends Freya and Chelsea. Collectively we have a shocking amount of his clothes in our possession, so it made perfect sense for us to work together on this. I was approached by the lovely folks at Synonym Art Consultation to create a piece to be looped at a Nuit Blanche party here in Winnipeg, and I figured it was the perfect opportunity to create the video!

So here's to you Jeremy! We love you!