I am a power user of websites net-a-porter, Forward and SSense. These websites are so well curated and offer emerging designers from around the world before anyone else. Their buyers really know what they are doing. 

For retail, I love Dover Street Market in Tokyo, NYC and London. Hitting each floor of a Dover Street Market is like the fashion equivalent of going to a museum. 

I love the quirky silhouettes of Jacquemus’ collection. There is always an unexpected element to his clothing and accessories and yet, everything fits extremely flattering.

I have a sick addiction to Alexander Wang, maybe a third of my closet consists of his collections — I feel like a badass when I slip on his clothes and shoes. His style is complementary to mine: cool, rock n’ roll, oversized tomboy layers with an edge.   

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I appreciate how the shoes and handbags from Attico and Brother Vellies still manage to be unique and different in an oversaturated accessories marketplace.

I love Jennifer Fisher Jewelry for the standards — hoops, dope rings and chokers. Just when you think her jewelry couldn’t get any cooler, she comes out with a new collection that is even better than the last. She is always innovating.

I love pretty much everything I am seeing from Russian designers Mach & Mach. All of the clothes are cool and wearable, and the shoes are DOPE. They have a pair of burgundy leather boots with a chain strand on the heel that already have a place waiting in my closet. 

For jewelry, I love Maria Black from Denmark, Justine Clenquet from France, Dinosaur Designs from Australia and NYC designers: Agmes, Mounser, Deborah Pagani, Glory and Honor and Marlo Laz.

I have an obsession with hats and would wear one everyday of the week if I could. I love these original milliners: Gladys Tamez and Janessa Leone from LA, Lack of Color from Australia and Faeth and Worth and Worth from NYC.

I like sunglasses from Gentle Monster in Korea, Andy Wolf from Austria, Adam Selman and any shades from Celine.

I like swimwear from Norma Kamali and Karla Colletto

I am obsessed with the outerwear from Nicole Benisti — warm, cozy and cool styles. Her coats do not sacrifice style for warmth and utility.