TFIO: Three Years of Conversation

Last month, Turning Fashion Inside Out celebrated its 3-year anniversary. To honor the occasion, my dear friend Kylie sat down with me to talk about creating this blog and what it means to me. Watch closely and you will see how Kylie turns the tables on me

TFIO Logo by Patricia Saxton, Saxton Studio; Interview Photography by Lisa Reznik, Editing by Odeon Films; Filmed on location at Mondo Summit  

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My new fashion crush is Kayla Seah

IMG_3402 blackcoatLiving in Berlin is a young, Canadian-born woman with great style and creator of the blog, Not Your Standard. Her name is Kayla Seah and no question about it … she is my new fashion crush. Even though she is only in her twenties, Kayla has a mature sense of who she is, where she is going, and how she wishes to present the elements of fashion style and lifestyle. As a result, Not Your Standard is a mix of Kayla’s favorite things with an inspiration that is contagious. And that means a lot to me; that she has influenced me from across the ocean! Just back from London Fashion Week, Kayla shared with me her story, her dreams for the future and how she fell in love with Berlin …

MKG: You are Canadian-born. How did you end up in Berlin?

Kayla: I traveled to Berlin with my boyfriend a few years ago and we rented an apartment for a month in Kreuzberg. Although it was only one month, the time we had really stuck with us and we completely fell in love with the city. Continue reading

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Ch ch ch ch Changes

Changes are coming!

Changes are coming!

This week I will be changing the name of my blog and launching a new addition to the website – an audio podcast. It is time to bring our conversations to life!

In general, I have a hard time with change. I prefer to be surrounded by what I know. But change can be liberating, and I’ve discovered that most things that make our hearts beat a little faster are usually worth it. This week marks big changes for me and for my blog. And I have you to thank; for helping me to recognize the positive direction this blog is taking me. Your feedback and your contributions have given me the strength of purpose to change and move forward. I thank you.

Stay tuned …

So I turned myself to face me from Changes by David Bowie

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