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Sun Dial Watches By: Pandeia

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Here it is, the launch of our capsule collection for the Aussie surfer babes down under!
What started as an idea, turned into an international, bi-coastal gone Hawaii and back again sea-faring wanderlust journey never to be forgotten.
From late night skypes to Australia and hand-painted vellum films from the Pacific double americano photo-edits and moodboards from Brooklyn NY, we hopped a plane to Maui. 
It was the perfect place to shoot the lookbook, as it was where we met in the water years ago. 
We were able to magically capture our capsule collection and make a sweet little 8MM film to document the coast to coast adventure of a summer. 

a huge thanks to the girls at Billabong AU, and to Kelsi V from Pandeia for letting us use her 
jungle studio for our shoot, to a Miss Jamie Elizabeth Burden for modeling on the fly, to Maui shutterbug Ashley Camper for all the sweet sweet polaroids and B-roll footage, Hair&Makeup byChrissy Swink, and to the countless others who made this whole project a reality.... MAHALOS!

see more from the worlds that collided here:
drawings and illustrations >>------------> Tami Snodgrass // 
photography >>---------------> Daeja Fallas //

 Love is like the Brooklyn Bridge...

 It takes two sure footings and a network of ties and stays to support the weight of not each other but also the loads and stresses that pass through their lives.

There will be much tension and compression from the howling winds of the storms through the years of it's existence, but when the skies clear, that complex structure is still suspended in equilibrium for all to see.

When I was a little girl my parents sent me to a pre school on the North Shore called "Rainbow School." I remember Ms. Jane and the "Buddha Hunt" song she taught us all along with the scratch and sniff wall paper, nap time, and eating cereal out of little cardboard boxes.

One of my most vivid memories is waiting for my dad's black car after school. I waited and waited. It seemed like forever. Little did I know, my dad traded in his BMW for a brand new, "doo doo brown"  El Camino. So as I sat puzzled, he sat in the car, waiting for me to recognize him and get excited, instead, he came running out when I started crying cause I couldn't find him... When he asked me if I liked the new car I asked him why he got one the color of doo doo instead of red.

Guess almost everything is better in red.

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