Hi guys! I’m excited to announce that I’m launching the first few pieces of my jewelry collaboration with Josh’s clothing company Cut and Run London on Monday, April 22! The preview shot above is for the new lookbook, which I got the chance to shoot again. Make sure to check out our first limited run of the single earring, pair of hoops and chain necklace for our “Light As A…” jewelry collection sold exclusively at Cut and Run London come April 22.
On Sunday I went to the Warner Brothers Instyle Golden Globe party with Josh! My dress top was an original piece made by my dear friend Danyna Foley. It’s a badass take on formal wear and I’ve been saving it for months for an appropriate occasion. Everyone’s all dolled up for the Globes parties and I never feel comfortable looking too feminine and girly so this was the perfect way to incorporate my edgy style into this fancy affair. The leather skirt underneath is Reformation and the go-to leather pumps are Theyskens’ Theory. I topped of the look with a statement necklace from Topshop! Josh was wearing head to toe Topshop. What do you think?
What started off as a joke between Josh and I about our ideal airplane-gear, soon turned into a massive trend in London streetwear. I got Josh matching Starwars onesies for him and I for his birthday and once arriving in the UK for the holidays, I was seeing awesome onesie-clad folks roaming around everywhere! Here is my new skull and crossbones onesie I got for Christmas, and Josh and I in our Star Wars digs. I also love this leopard print one from Polyvore and a Drop Dead cat in a bowtie one from Josh’s mate’s company!
So this is a little video of my birthday present to Josh. He’s always loved the Air Force and wanted to be a pilot since he was a kid so I thought it’d be perfect! Because I was so worried about how he’d like his experience, I momentarily forgot that I was the girl who cried on Splash Mountain at Disney last week because she hates roller coasters so much…that is until I was mid-air pulling up to 5 G’s in this stunt plane…then you’ll see just how quickly I remembered. But he loved it! So mission accomplished…and honestly, it was one of the best experiences of my life so I’m really glad I was too distracted to chicken out! Big thanks to “Hollywood” and “Stroke” for the wild ride at Sky Combat Ace!