MEET DEAN: Hi! Welcome to an inside look into my world as a Curator of Style, Creative Director & Blogger. It’s here that I share my personal/editorial styling work, love of fashion, dining experiences, favorite products, and travel around the world. Enjoy XX!
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The most wonderful time of the year is upon us! Christmas season is my all time favorite because people seem to genuinely be in a better mood, the seasonal holiday dishes, and I get to layer up my fashion. Aaaaaand if I’m being completely honest I absolutely love a good “Ugly Sweater”.
A couple summers ago I managed to spend a week in the beautiful city of New Orleans. It was my first time down there and I immediately fell in love with everything about it. Talk about a city busting at the seams with culture.
After months of anticipation I was finally able to enjoy an evening of dining at San Diego’s first Omakase-only sushi spot, Hidden Fish. The concept is that guest will be able to enjoy a 30 min 12 piece or 90 min 18 piece omakase (meaning I’ll leave it up to you) menu.
One of the most anticipated runway shows of the season did not disappoint. Over the past year or so fashion houses have been shaking things up with creative director swapping. Riccardo Tisci now at Burberry, Virgol Abloh over Louis Vuitton menswear, and most recently Kim Jones now at the helm of Dior mens.
InsideOUT, located in the beautiful city of Hillcrest, hosted an evening for social media food influencers and I was super stoked to receive the invite! I’ve seen the eye-catching red apartments that sit on top of this restaurant for months and kept saying to myself I need to try that place.
As a stylist and image consultant it’s extremely important that I keep up on not just the latest trends, but also the newest and must have designers. That being said over the past two years I’ve been keeping an eye on the growing list of next gen designer based out of Japan.
Last night was the monthly supper club hosted by Prohibition in the heart of downtown San Diego. Each month they host the dinner in partnership with a spirit brand. This month the 4-course meal was paired with Jagermeister based cocktails.
As winter quickly approaches I want to dispel the notion of having to rid your wardrobe of any lighter colors. Fellas one color I challenge you to transition from spring to winter is pink. Not a fan or sure how you can incorporate it in, wells here’s a few ways;
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