She started as the queen of Myspace, and now she’s a model, designer and blogger. Frequently she’s described as a style icon and trend setter, but sometimes simultaneously described as a fashion disaster. Her style might be controversial, but there’s no doubt she’s a trend setter, with many believing she started the pink hair craze that models such as Charlotte Free have capitalized on, and the flower crown trend, which she was seen wearing long before Lana Del Rey came along.
Her style mixes kitsch and vintage with hints of graph prints, street style and a little dash of japan’s fashion subcultures. Most of the time, surprisingly, it seems to work, giving her a unique constantly changing style that’s difficult to copy. She runs a few fashion brands, including Tokyolux and Coco de Couer, and her vintage brand Lazy Bones.
You can read Audrey’s Blog at Buzznet.