mad max {in marissa webb}

by Krystal Bick
February 8, 2016

Vest: Marissa Webb, bought at her store, but I can’t find it online (jacket version here); Shirt: Frank & Eileen; Jeans: J.Brand; Boots: Stuart Weitzman; Bag: Saint Laurent; Sunglasses: Celine; Choker: Net-A-Porter packaging ribbon
When it comes to shooting outfits for This Time Tomorrow, I like the location to be just as much of a focal point as the outfit, if not more so sometimes (Empire State Building, anyone?). And that’s mainly because I like to think of this space as my catalyst for exploring New York. It makes me see the city through different eyes and experience it in a way that’s more than just passing through another neighborhood. In a way, I take a piece of it with me. 
While this location I may not have given a second thought to, I’m really glad Lydia insisted we shoot here. It’s part of the NYU campus, just a block off Washington Square Park, and while nothing about it screams “New York!” to me, we both were really digging the Mad Max vibes it was giving off — structural and rough around the edges — a little slice of a post-apocalyptic world, right there at the corner of the park. Granted, I’m no Charlize Theron and I definitely didn’t have Tom Hardy by my side (unfortunately!), but I have to admit, it did give a certain brazen edge to my outfit that I think was warranted. 
That said, if there are ever locations in New York (or elsewhere for that matter, in the US or abroad), that you think I should check out for a shoot, please do let me know! Send me an email (krystalannebick@gmail.com) with the subject line “Shoot Locations” and I’d love to check them out.

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18 thoughts on “mad max {in marissa webb}

  1. I loved that overalls/dress/shirt thing ever since I saw it being posted on Insta. Love how you paired it with the white shirt. And I love NYC for all it's random shooting locations. Park Slope is one of my faves. There's a pink house somewhere on 7th street I believe that every time I pass by, I oogle because it looks like a Barbie dream house.

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