This page features my published writing from two positions. My most recent writing has been done during the time of my internship at the Fashion History Timeline, an online hub for all things fashion history. In addition, in high school I had the opportunity to be a monthly contributing fashion writer for a local print magazine, Life in Westlake. My role included; brainstorming trends, styling outfits, directing photoshoots, and writing the articles.
Fashion History Timeline
This essay was written and published in the summer of 2020 as I was an intern for the Fashion History Timeline. This lush purple velvet dress designed by Elizabeth Keckley for Mary Todd Lincoln features both an evening and day bodice paired with a wide crinoline skirt. Click the link to see the full article!
I wrote this essay the summer of 2020 as I was an intern for the Fashion History Timeline. This striking plaid ensemble designed by Elizabeth Keckley for Mary Todd Lincoln was on the cutting edge of fashion, but also in good taste. Click the title to read the full article.
I wrote this essay in Spring 2020 in my fashion history class that discussed the fashions during the Impressionism art movement. This light pinky peach dress covered in ruched bows and with full crinoline-supported skirt epitomizes the early 1860s ball gown. Click the link to read the essay!
Life in Westlake, Fashion Spotlight
I had the opportunity to write an article in partnership with Le Garage Sale, a twice yearly sale that features over 100 local boutiques and stores in Austin.
In this article, that highlighted sundresses, I shot the spread at a local villa, which is owned and run by the Contemporary Austin. They are the primary contemporary art museum in Texas and feature many exhibitions, including the Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture garden which is seen in the article.
In addition to having modeled photos, I also did articles that included “layouts” to feature accessories.