Street Style: Fashion Independence

By Kestrel Jenkins

"The most difficult thing is the decision to act. The rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life and the procedure. The process is its own reward." -Amelia Earhart

Glowing example :: the stunning Johanna of Goodlifer. As a designer, Johanna has an astounding ability to dive head first into multiple projects and produce beautiful things as a result. A recent profile by PSFK truly nailed Johanna's distinct approach ::

"Björk’s keen creative mind allows her flip from one project to another, and continue to be inspired by all of them. Her ability to pivot in this way has helped her to see the connections between various worlds like design, fashion and eco-activism, allowing her to interweave them together to push the boundaries of what is possible in each separate industry."

Jacket (vintage DKNY, bought for $10 at a charity sale in Miami years ago)
Sweater (classic Swedish knit, gift from her parents)
Jeans (by CURRENT/ELLIOTT, made in USA)
Shoes (by Swedish Hasbeens, her wedding shoes!)
Bag (by MYOMY do goods, fair trade, made in India)
Bracelet (by Kirsten Muenster Jewelry, handmade in USA using recycled metals)

Johanna Full

jewelry close

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