Style Icon: Tyler the creator

California based rapper Tyler the creator has been creating waves with his fashion sense since the beginning of his musical career. His colorful suburban aesthetic have inspired the youth to stick to classic silhouettes with bright colors. Tyler has always used fashion as a way to express himself and even created his own clothing brand titled GOLF which has gotten huge support from Kanye West and best friend Kendall Jenner. His last SS18′ collection showed during NYFW last February where skating and riding bikes was the norm in that catwalk. Tyler ever performed and gave out CDs of his to the audience, he featured bright shades of yellow, blue and green and several short pants and t-shirts in different prints and colors. GOLF is a fun and happy brand that everyone should definitely check out..





Style Icon: J Balvin

Colombian pop-rapper J Balvin has been breaking charts with his lively beat and *blank* lyrics, but he’s also known for his out-of-the-box fashion sense. This risk-taker has dyed his hair many times, sometimes combining it with his outfits for big events, he’s not afraid of color, prints, textures and mixing everything all together. Personally, I can’t wait to see his outfits for the red carpet and events, he always wears something new, bright and bold, he himself is a statement..



Art for Sale by Yours Truly

Besides from being a fashion student and part time blogger I do some artwork in my spare time and recently have accumulated a series of pieces for sale..

For my first piece I am selling a 30X40 Abstract Acrylic on Canvas inspired by earth tones and round shapes. This is a perfect accent for any type of family room, it’s neutral tones will compliment any interior aesthetic.

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My second piece is a series of 3 12×36 Canvas handmade Mixed Media. Ombre effect from red to yellow perfect for that pop in your space, I created a circular illusion in this series of 3 that resembles a droplet effect. This striking color incorporates a bold statement to any space!

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And for my third piece I’ve created a Series of four 20×16 canvases which put together assemble a purple rose. Paper from an old novel of mine was glued onto the canvases to create an authentic look, acrylic was my media of choice. I incorporated a lot of contrast so it would have a three dimensional perspective to it. Overall the piece is 40×36.

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