The past two weeks have been a photo shoot frenzy. This month, I have traveled from Tempe Town Lake to the picket fence-lined neighborhoods of Gilbert, AZ with lenses, lighting and not the most lightweight props at hand, to curate and photograph content for a nutritional brand's social media. For many, weekends offer a break; however, for me, this past weekend was barely the time for repose.
Briefly, on Saturday morning, I met with the girls of Couture in the Suburbs (voted Best Fashion Blog by Phoenix Magazine) and enjoyed the chance to step before the camera in my favorite white tee for their campaign collaboration with Phoenix Art Museum for the current exhibit, "The White Shirt According to Me" by Gianfranco Ferré.
The team behind Couture in the Suburbs gathered Arizona influencers to share our favorite white shirts in a photo shoot to spotlight how a simple garment can highlight individual style and personality. Of course, my go-to featured a French saying (like I wore here, here and here, below). I suppose that's somewhat of my signature?
"The White Shirt According to me" features Architect of Fashion Gianfranco Ferré’s staple of power dressing – The White Shirt. Throughout the Italian designer’s 30-year career, the white shirt became a hallmark of style and highlighted how a simple garment could be transformed into a work of art.