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    Blog — 2017 PRESS

    Opening Ceremony's 5 forms of Femininity

    Opening Ceremony's 5 forms of Femininity

    https://www.openingceremony.com/Discover/Discovery/Fashion-/5-FORMS-OF-FEMININITY.html

    WHO RUN THE (ART) WORLD?

    PHOTOS BY BROOKE GARDINER 
    STYLING BY ANGEL JHANG 
    MAKEUP BY ALANA WRIGHT 
    INTERVIEWS BY MADELINE MACARTNEY 

    Brooke Gardiner photographs five female artists in our OC community to celebrate their contribution to the creative culture of NYC.

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    FILMMAKER

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    What is your creative outlet for means of expression? 
    I am a filmmaker, it brings me so much joy. I also model and dance my ass off whenever I can. 
    Are you working on any projects right now? 

    I've just started a sort of film boot camp for myself. I am completely self taught so, I'm creating a series of films that I write, film, and produce in about two weeks time. This is helping me hone my skills and open up as a director and actor. It’s been kind of wild so far but my first film of the series, Bite, is now up on Vimeo. 

    My other most constant on-going project is my hair. I have been told so many times that my hair is outrageous, unkempt, and unprofessional. I took that so much to heart that for so long I would only wear my hair in traditionally acceptable hairstyles. Then I began to think about the way my mother would lovingly fix my hair in puff balls and barrettes in between our bi-weekly hair salon trips. I treasure that experience so much so I've decided to recreate that for myself as often as I can. Since I began this new relationship with my hair I have never felt more beautiful or sexy. I feel like I am finally fully coming into myself because I'm no longer scared of touching my own hair and somehow ruining it. It's a wonderful feeling. 

    What inspires you? And why? 

    I am inspired by any and everything I encounter. Right now though I have to shout out Edward Enninful for creating the culture. I am so so proud of him and the new era of British Vogue.