Muse: Sophia Amoruso

"There’s a new wave of girls who want to do cool shit, and be free, and have a career, and be creative, and express themselves. I think those are girls who relate to the Nasty Gal idea and aesthetic."

Did i ever tell you how much I admire the Nasty Gal Founder, Sophia Amoruso? She is probably one of my major inspiration. Passionate and quirkiness are ones of her personality that actually pull my whole attention to her. Starting a small business by selling vintage clothes and accessories on Ebay, now Nasty Gal has turned into a multi-million dollar corporation that made her to be profiled in Forbes as the young influential entrepreneur today in US. By reading her interviews in Forbes, Into the Gloss and The Cut, it inspired me a lot that with huge passion and courageous you can tackle everything that we desire in this life.

Check out her video below that was created by Forbes Magazine


Recent Mood

1. wide spaced minimalistic house 2. Martin Margiela bracelet 3. Olsen sisters, they are too amazing it's unacceptable 4. a beach getaway, you have no idea how much i've been wanting to go back to feel the sea breeze, friendly sun, white sands and warm water. 4. Jil Sander lunch bag, to-die-for. 5. Anais Poilout by Viktor Vauthier for Tank Magazine. I can't decide which one i like the most, the photographer or the model.

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source: oystermag

There's something so romantic, innocent and sentimental about Lover's SS12/13 collection, 'Persona'. I think it might because of those beautiful floaty lace dresses, crisp white, sheer dress and classic floral patterns that has been said were inspired of Robert Altman's 70s film 3 Women, as well as the film's Palm Springs setting. this collection really shows the beauty of modern victorian days, i mean i really don't mind wearing these pieces of clothing just to bring back the impressions of it.