Melissa Walker

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 Melissa Walker

Breaking Into Fashion

cruiseslip2020408.jpg I’m still feeling the urge to honor Fashion Week. It’s all-pervasive in New York City, and I must acknowledge it.
If you are at all intrigued by the modeling world (or if you just appreciate clean, smart writing) you really owe it to yourself to check out “Tatiana” and her latest brilliant blog from Jezebel’s Modelslips series: “I’m a Model; The least I can do is wear the clothes.”
And remember, all you dreamers, I did long ago write a little ditty about how to get into fashion editorial, and you can find it right here.
But honestly, could you wear heels like these? Even for a minute? I couldn’t. Maybe that’s why I’m a writer and not a Fabulous One.
So my question for you is: Do you have anything in your closet that makes you sacrifice comfort for fashion? Oooh, what is it?
PS-Party pics coming–I promise!

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  1. Wendy says:

    I refuse to sacrifice comfort for fashion! Sure, sometimes I want to get those cute little heels that would totally kill my feet but I end up going for the still-fashionable confy ballet flats.
    Plust most of the day I have to wear white snickers (gag!) for school and clinicals.
    I wouldn’t wear heels like that – only it I was looking to break my ankle. :)

  2. Noel says:

    Aww dang it you have to be a member of mediabistro to see that article :[.
    Anyways, I love your article in Teen Vogue! I opened it up and the first thing I saw was your name and I was thinking, “WAIT! I’ve been on her website.”
    And I’m sorely jealous of you. I hope to be able to attend NY fashion week someday.

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