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This is Halloween

From top to bottom: The Craft, Hocus Pocus (which frightened the death out of me at a slumber party in the 1st grade), Beetlejuice and The Addams family.

I just had to post shots from some of my favorite Halloween Movies. Halloween is my favorite holiday to celebrate. I can safely say that now that I'm no longer in elementary school where my classmates told me it was, "the devil's birthday." Kids psht.

Anyway if you've been keeping up with me on twitter or tumblr then you have seen my Halloween costume. If not here is another peak:


Did you get it?! Or did ya'll have to watch the video to see what I was doing? I'm really trying so hard to get my RuPaul look down! I'll be posting more photos after Halloween night!

Have a Happy and Safe Halloween ya'll!


American Apparel Flea Market

Me and my mate Edith from the U.K. have been taking advantage of the American Apparel Flea Market in downtown L.A. There was simply too much of a good deal there.

We arrived around 10:30AM on a Friday and the crowds were modest. We found parking relatively easy and went to work. Once inside, the first thing we noticed is the walls were lined with vintage finds; all of which were marked an additional 40% off. As you move closer inside the factory floor, you find your staples such as hoodies, v-necks, dresses, skirts, denim etc. Needless to say it was easy for one to get carried away. A live DJ set up provided music from Viva-Radio which was blasting the obscure indie as usual and bands such as Puro Instinct were scheduled to play during the evening.

The only bummer was the LONG lines. I recommend getting there early or else be prepared for a 45 minute-hour wait for checking out.

There were so many goodies! I wish I saw more micro-mesh though. Alas, I believe me and Edith shall be returning tomorrow because the event goes through Sunday. If you're in L.A., I would definitely take advantage of this awesome sale. It's the only one they've had in almost 3 years!

Culture Collide

Yesterday, I attended the Filter Magazine Culture Collide block party in Los Angeles. This was my second year attending and it's always a good time. Echo Park was taken over by bands and food trucks
and the crowd was pretty massive this time around.

My highlights would definitely be seeing CSS perform. The lead singer Lovefoxx is full of so much awesome energy and she explicitly let the crowd know how much the band loves In-N-Out (Who doesn't love the burger delivered from God himself?)

Now I have to retreat back to my cubby to continue to deal with this epic wisdom tooth pain I've had for over a month now. I can't chew on the right side of my mouth. Luckily I'm getting an extraction on Friday and I pray to Zeus it isn't painful... and that' I'm able to listen to my iPod during the procedure.

Alright as always I like to leave with a little ear candy. Here's my song choice of the moment. Super chill.

Photos by my Good friend Richard
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