Carla ( http://thefwrd.tumblr.com/) in her Aritzia dress at Christmas.

Inside Lennard Taylor Studio

Rock and Rolla

Distressed Lita’s in Black by Jeffery Campbell

Model: Carla Ladia ( http://www.thefwrd.tumblr.com )

Image taken by Carla Ladia ( http//:thefwrd.tumblr.com/ )

Image taken by Carla Ladia ( http//:thefwrd.tumblr.com/ )

My new glasses! Impaired vision has never been sexier! - Dev

 Industrial Pariah

The industrial Pariah look was created for my much neglected lookbook.nu account. The images were taken by Carla Ladia ( http://thefwrd.tumblr.com/) at an abandoned cement factory. The look was inspired to be a post-apocalyptic tribal interpretation.

 Create The Look
Scarf by: American Apparel
Altered deep “V” tee by: Urban Heritage
Harem pants by: Forever21
Shoes by: Aldo
Ring by: BCBGmaxazria

Industrial Pariah

The industrial Pariah look was created for my much neglected lookbook.nu account. The images were taken by Carla Ladia ( http://thefwrd.tumblr.com/) at an abandoned cement factory. The look was inspired to be a post-apocalyptic tribal interpretation.

Create The Look

Scarf by: American Apparel

Altered deep “V” tee by: Urban Heritage

Harem pants by: Forever21

Shoes by: Aldo

Ring by: BCBGmaxazria

A must have for fashion lovers!

The Birdskull Ring

One not so distinct June afternoon I was strolling through Osborne Village, Winnipeg, with my lovely girlfriend Carla shopping and examining the latest inventory from our favorite stores. Bubble tea and crepes in hand we walked into Hush/Shout. While Carla perused the walls of the store in search of chiffon button ups and distressed denim my attention was drawn elsewhere.
In the display cases surrounding the cash register where rows of gorgeous silver and gold rings, one of which I was almost hypnotically drawn to. The attendant noticed my interest and in her delicate accent (Liverpool would be my assumption of it’s origin) asked if I would like to try it on. It was a beautifully macabre bird’s skull in a brilliantly polished silver. I instantly knew I would be leaving the shop with this ring on hand, the only problem would be finding the right size. There were approximately seven in stock, all unmarked of their size. After several panicked seconds of unfitting jewelry I tried on the final ring which satisfyingly slid past my knuckle with ease.
Surprisingly the cost was only $20. I happily paid and wore the ring out, it’s beak gleaming in the warm summer sun. To this day it still remains as my favorite ring.

- Dev

Birdskull Ring

Birdskull Ring