**POSSIBLY NSFW** but then that depends on where you work
We’ve been wanting to call this “The Day After” … for no real reason other than … well … itsarifitz spent most of the day after Valentine’s Day (which also happens to be her bday … everybody say “Happy birthday, Ari!”) editing it.
Also, because folks spend A LOT of time trying to create some dream of love or lust or intense desire for 24 hours only, 1 day a year … but we kind of want that the day after too … and then every day after that.
And don’t we deserve it?
Lucky for us, we get to do all of that with some amazing creatives + even more amazing fashion … pretty much anytime we want it!
So here’s a “Few Days After Valentine’s Day” gift from us to you! If you’re interested in any of the pieces, we’ve got some amazing shots coming from Meg Allen Studio this week! Stay tuned!
And … fall in love or lust or intense desire … with something!
9 hours. 3 girls. 1 Elevator.
Special thanks to JackLucy for providing the featured track, “Poison Me to Blend.”
This film was shot, directed, and edited by Ari Fitz.
Last Saturday we celebrated #SelfieSaturday on Instagram.
No, not just because we love to look at the beautiful folks who support us. But because SELFIES MATTER.
We celebrate your selfies with you, not just because you look cute in our items or because we want to encourage your already growing narcissism (though, really, we’re into it, love you, boo), but because as khoLi’s granny used to say, “They don’t know yo’ story.” But we want to … and we want to tell them.
We don’t know what kind of courage or endurance or sheer determination “not to suck today” it takes to get up and face life the way you all do, every day. But we know we love it.
And so we say, keep doing you, boos. Keep loving yourselves. Keep on keeping on. Amen.
Next #SelfieSaturday is August 17, 2013. Set an alarm. Join in. <3
Frameline37: San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival for its landmark showcase of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender cinema.
The Festival has returned and is running from June 20 – 30 at the following four venues: the Castro Theatre, Roxie Theater and Victoria Theatre in San Francisco; and the Rialto Cinemas™ Elmwood in Berkeley.