So intrigued by this series entitled Drive, captured by Andrew Bush and published into a hardcover book several years ago (available here). His work examines the tension between private and public by photographing individuals driving cars in the Los Angeles area. By attaching a camera to the passenger side window, Bush created these images while driving alongside his subjects—often traveling at 60 mph. He wrote funny notes and captions to accompany each of them.
Today was a gorgeous day in Nashville, which had me itching for the warmer months and the ease of dressing that comes with the season. Objects Without Meaning's new collection features my dream wardrobe—a fresh palette, effortless styling and playful femininity mixed with a unisex silhouette. The collection embarks on exhilarating escape from the confines of daily structured life. It was photographed by Stella Berkofsky, who has enviable style herself.