The new blog we have all been working slaving on for the past 2 months is finally ready to be launched. I'll warn you, it's not for the masses. Some will love the idea, some will be haters. And that's OK. Being "in your face" isn't for everyone. But I think some of you in the blogging world are ready for a change so here it goes...
all saints sweater, deletta top, zara jeans, tory burch sandals, zara clutch, essie firecracker nail polish
So it's not the gold clutch from Zara that I was desperately trying to find in last weeks blog post. But it is the exact same clutch (size, style, made by Zara) this time it's pastel sequins - which may be cool for summer.
This is what my day was like on Monday. Not too bad of a location... 80 degrees and hanging/working in Malibu with an awesome crew shooting some very pretty lifestyle shots for a magazine spread - no sports this time, just gorgeous models and pretty clothes. Lucky me.
Judi Oyama throwing down a bad ass frontside grind.
Patti McGee doing her signature handstand on the cover of LIFE Magazine
Robin Logan shredding while on tour in London
Ellen O'Neal rocking a solid nose wheelie
Peggy Oki - the original Dogtown girl carving some pavement
Tonight is the annual Skateboard Hall of Fame awards. It's a big night for all of us skater girls (and guys) where we come out to honor our peers, see longtime friends and have a blast together. Last year we partied long into the night when our own Patti McGee was the very first female skater to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and tonight we will do the same for this years female inductee, Peggy Oki. Congrats to both of you!!
The girls above are just a few of my rad friends who made skateboarding what it is for girls today. They skated way before it was "cool/trendy", ripped as hard as the boys, and looked graceful doing it.
Tonight (and always) I honor each and every one of you girls!