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px this: the series – louise – 01

top: All Saints, 2011 | sweater: All Saints, 2011

 

since i am such a lazy unglamorous hermit these days, i thought it might be fun to share the aesthetic with which i am currently most inundated (as is my wont, yes?). plus it’s just easier right now.

this is “Louise,” on the right. Louise is loosely based on you-know-who, and is brilliantly portrayed by Briana Packen.

Louise is wearing a matching “sweater set” from All Saints, and a pendant necklace i borrowed from my moms. Louise starts off kinda a mess in our story, but then gradually gets a lot more elegant over time, partly due to the healthy influence of her fabulous underlings, and the fact she may or may not be totally in looove.

 

check out more of Louise and friends in PX This: The Series – Coming Soon! :)

 

 

totes

black bag: Ann Demeulmeester, 2002 | brown bag: Souks – Marrakech, 2008

 

these bags toted wardrobe for several characters as well as jewelry, shoes, props, and other necessities– what a stylish TV crewman i was.

the brown bag i bought from a souk in Marrakech for about 200 US dollars. the black Ann Demeulmeester, by contrast, cost a bit more than that. i’m just sayin.

 

scrapbook – 02

 

“Aside from that, this show also really reflects the exposition of my book, because it’s such a bootstrap project. I am lucky to have been able to assemble an amazingly talented cast and crew, many of whom have worked in the restaurant industry and whose lives mirror my own to a pretty substantial degree. I am humbled by their passion and dedication, working such long arduous hours, for a sum that doesn’t nearly compensate their tremendous skill and effort.

Of all the messages people have seemingly or professedly derived from PX This, the one about holding tight to your dreams (as clichéd as it is) is the one I cherish the most. So PX This: The Series is turning out to be quite the spiritual manifestation as well. And that is so infinitely satisfying.

The teaser-trailer (and more information is available at) at IndieGogo…”

 

thanks, BlackBook magazine!

:)

 

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