So excited to share my recent project with the world. I was fortunate enough to be chosen as a female craftsman for GMC's "Precision of Time" campaign. This campaign is focused on highlighting craftsman who have spent countless hours in their trade, who have a deep passion for their work and wake up every day motivated by their art. I am excited to share this expression of my work, passion and trade. xo
The W +W
THE WIND & WATER BLOG
It's that time of year again... Spring has arrived, the sun is in full effect and many of us pilgrimage out to the desert to "see" some good bands. What we are also trying to do is avoid rubbing elbows with the "it" girls of LA and make some amazing style statements.
You have to have some serious hand, shoe, outfit and crew candy to make it through the weekend. Here are some inspiration of stylish peeps that have done it right...
You first have to have a major festival vibe happening.
Rocking some great bag action.
The kicks have to be shit. Loving a low boot with some sparkle.
Your hand game has to be on. A punch of color isn't bad either.
Cover up but but keep it sexy. Hat statements rock.
Last but not least... a solid crew that brings the fun, supports in the crazy moments and all around are a mini party anywhere you go.
OK. Let's hit the desert. xo
(Photos courtesy of racked.com)
The new moon comes on February 18, 2015, and then reaches perigee less than one-third day later. It’s the closest new moon of the year, which qualifies it as a new moon supermoon. It’s also a seasonal Black Moon; that is, the third of four new moons in the current season (December solstice to March equinox). The moon reaches lunar perigee – the moon’s closest point to Earth for the month – some 7.6 hours after the moon turns new at 23:47 UTC (6:47 p.m. CDT) on February 18. Don’t expect to see anything special, not even a little crescent like that in the photo above. A full moon supermoon is out all night – brighter than your average full moon. But a new moon supermoon is only out during the daytime hours, hidden in the sun’s glare. Follow the links below to learn more about the supermoon/ Black Moon of February 18, 2015.