September Issue


It’s that time of year in fashion when we are reminded that fashion doesn’t have boundaries.
Vogue reminds us every September about the reasons why we started in fashion, and portrays the lives we aspire to.  
September is the time of year when fashion is at its best and people are reminded that fashion is more than just the clothing.

Social Culture has been shooting our September shoots and each shoot become more beautiful than the last and I’m reminded how lucky I am to have a job that I love. It’s funny because this week my car died, and well as sucky as that is- at least I have a job that I adore. 

Then I read other gaysian blogs, and I see how easy they have it. Their sugar daddies support them and let them go on their extravagant endeavors. It seems unfair, but I guess I am at the point where I don’t care anymore. I’m 25 flippin years old and I still feel like I want so much more out my life. I hear people all the time say that they envy my life, or I live such a glamorous lifestyle… but it isn’t enough.

I know material things don’t matter, and it’s not a matter of material possessions for me…
I just want to make a mark in the world of fashion. 
I want to be able to make a difference.

I don’t think a lot of people understand fashion, or they only see fashion from one point of view. It’s just frustrating when I am really trying to find great new talent, and curate something that is so much bigger than me. People, I don’t think understand what Social Culture is really trying to do. I want to document what is happening in our generation, and I want to be something so much bigger- something so much brighter. It just seems really difficult right now.
If I could have one wish right now…
I wish that people would come to Social Culture and understand what I am trying to build and help me get to that point.
*sighs*
Just another random rant.

 

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