I once dressed like Anna Dello Russo for a week by following her specific outlook on style. It was peak ADR time when the world was her stage for peacocking and H&M had decided to launch a wacky range of accessories with the editor. Street style photography was on the up and she was the ultimate muse, changing her outfits with the wind—each one a riot of colour, glitz and Italian sass. She was the epicentre of a "look at me" hurricane which caused some industry figures to label the new circuit a circus and happily retreat back into shadowy black signature clothes.
Many people are quick to identify themselves or others as “totally OCD” or “so ADD.” Yet talking about therapy, medication and lifestyle tweaks to better our mental health is whispered—if that. For instance, when was the last time you call
Chances are you already know Charlotte Day Wilson’s name, but even if you don’t, you’ll likely recognize her face. For the past couple of months, her photo has been plastered on bus stops, streetcars and billboards across the city as a part of