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Commes des Garcon Shirt / Frame Denim Jeans / Timberland Leather Shopping Bag & Boat Shoes
For the second installment of my Timberland Mark Makers campaign, the team and I ventured a few streets south to the Arts District, a neighborhood laying in the outskirt of downtown. Since most of the apparel industry’s manufacturing and design headquarters are stationed in this neighborhood, often you’ll find me on my way to lunch in the Arts District more frequently than the cafes a few feet away from my loft. Wurstkuche is one of the first restaurants established in this neighborhood, and still continues to be a local favorite. Their exposed brick wall exterior and beer hall interior is a staple for a casual meal that requires your hands. But be forewarned…Friday nights have notoriously long waits and you can skip the line by coming in the afternoon instead.
Photos by Thomas Hoeffgen, Styled by Tiffani Rae, Hair and Make Up by Katey Denmo from The Wall Group.
For Love & Lemons Knit Bralette / Show Me Your MuMu Skirt / Soludos Classic Stripe Espadrilles
A trip to Tulum would not be complete without a visit to the Mayan Ruins. Located along the Yucatan Peninsula coast, it’s hard to believe that these stone constructions have stood the test of time and turmoil. Although the pounding heat and slow traffic of German group tours feels insufferable at first, all heat provoked frustrations melt away as soon as you spot the turquoise blue horizon. A highlight of visiting the ruins is first and foremost finding the stone wall with the awe-inspiring view of where ancient civilization meets the sea, but the post-tour lunge into the ocean isn’t too bad either.
Photos by Collin Hughes.