Shana Luther

August 18, 2015

"Brands from New York City have a special spot in my heart. I think it stems from two things - how much I love this creative gridlock city and how hard I know we grind. And Shana is definitely a creative and a grinder. So when I was approached by her personally on this Shana Luther campaign and lookbook, I didn't even give it a second thought and immediately said yes." Here are some images from the campaign and a Q&A I did for Shana Luther.









Brands from New York City have a special spot in my heart. I think it stems from two things - how much I love this creative gridlock city and how hard I know we grind. And Shana is definitely a creative and a grinder. So when I was approached by her personally on this Shana Luther campaign and lookbook, I didn't even give it a second thought and immediately said yes. On top of that,  I got to work with my dear friend and also fellow blogger babe - Aileen of The Style Boro. I spent a full day of playing with her beautiful handbags and DJing some hiphop tunes at a studio in Brooklyn. I instantly fell in love with the June tote. It's so simple but I'm a sucker for suede and subtle fringe. It's the Cherokee in me speaking. The black June Tote became my personal go-to and everyday bag. It's big enough to fit my laptop and basically my entire life. That day was just an indication of what a room full of good vibes, creatives, and good tunes can can amount to - all this awesomeness. And sweet enough, Shana didn't let me leave without picking my brain first. 

Here is the Q&A | http://shanaluther.com/qa-with-lynn-from-neckbreakin-style/


If you have any personal questions of you're own, don't hesitate to ask me. Via email, Facebook, Instagram, 140 characters on Twitter. I'm here!


Photos by Carey Kirkella 
Styled by Kari Hansbarger

August 18, 2015
"Brands from New York City have a special spot in my heart. I think it stems from two things - how much I love this creative gridlock city and how hard I know we grind. And Shana is definitely a creative and a grinder. So when I was approached by her personally on this  Shana Luther  campaign and lookbook, I didn't even give it a second thought and immediately said yes." Here are some images from the campaign and a Q&A I did for …
"Brands from New York City have a special spot in my heart. I think it stems from two things - how much I love this creative gridlock city and how hard I know we grind. And Shana is definitely a creative and a grinder. So when I was approached by her personally on this Shana Luther campaign and lookbook, I didn't even give it a second thought and immediately said yes." Here are some images from the campaign and a Q&A I did for Shana Luther.









Brands from New York City have a special spot in my heart. I think it stems from two things - how much I love this creative gridlock city and how hard I know we grind. And Shana is definitely a creative and a grinder. So when I was approached by her personally on this Shana Luther campaign and lookbook, I didn't even give it a second thought and immediately said yes. On top of that,  I got to work with my dear friend and also fellow blogger babe - Aileen of The Style Boro. I spent a full day of playing with her beautiful handbags and DJing some hiphop tunes at a studio in Brooklyn. I instantly fell in love with the June tote. It's so simple but I'm a sucker for suede and subtle fringe. It's the Cherokee in me speaking. The black June Tote became my personal go-to and everyday bag. It's big enough to fit my laptop and basically my entire life. That day was just an indication of what a room full of good vibes, creatives, and good tunes can can amount to - all this awesomeness. And sweet enough, Shana didn't let me leave without picking my brain first. 

Here is the Q&A | http://shanaluther.com/qa-with-lynn-from-neckbreakin-style/


If you have any personal questions of you're own, don't hesitate to ask me. Via email, Facebook, Instagram, 140 characters on Twitter. I'm here!


Photos by Carey Kirkella 
Styled by Kari Hansbarger