The real True Story was that after receiving word I would be styling the December issue of Glossy Magazine for Austin American Statesman, I did a happy dance! Then, I went straight into panic mode. The Rachel Zoe Project makes this shiz look easy when in reality, styling is no easy feat. Don't get me wrong, I get to style beautiful models in beautiful clothes and work with amazingly, creative people all day but it is hard work! This styling job was especially special-can I say that?-because not only was I honored to style the issue, I was also given the opportunity to write the accompanying article. No joke, I had WRITER'S BLOCK but every bit of it is worth it when you see the final and published product. True Story-I'm one lucky girl.
Check out the electronic version of Glossy Magazine HERE
|Wardrobe options taking over my car. This is NOT including jewelry and shoes in the trunk.|
|Accessory table. Kendra Scott gave us their ENTIRE holiday collection to work with. |
The bandana necklace is a work of art and can be found at Kick Pleat.
|Prepping look one. I was so excited to be able to style pieces from Rachel Zoe's recent collection.|
|My trusty assistant and sister, Sara, prepping shoes by taping the bottoms.|
|Unpacking the amazing hats we pulled from Lana Chu.|
|Set designers Tyson and Jess hard at work creating their masterpiece of a set.|
|Make up artist Laura Martinez doing some last minute touch-ups.|
|One last look before we shoot.|
|Austin American Statesman photographer Ricardo Brazziell doing his thing.|
|And last but not the least, the final spread.|