Thursday, March 28, 2013


It is people like Hannah Bronfman, who don’t blindly accept the status quo , that inspire this me.To me, the individuality and effortlessness that she exudes when mixing a sheer vintage shirt dress from Edith Machinist on the LES, with Louboutin snakeskin ankle boots, is a reflection of her courage to speak out on matters close to the heart, bringing them into the open in order to affect change. She has chosen to set herself free of a self-imposed stigma, animal prints are tacky, as she stands tall in her python Rag and Bone print jeans with a Herve Leger banded knit top and Camilla Skovgaard heels. 
Despite coming from one of the richest families in New York and America. She is  eager to release herself and the world from some of the antiquated hangovers of our educational institutions. Though fond of her high schools, she is upfront about being one of three Black girls at The Spence School in Manhattan where she was singled out and suspended for smoking pot, which ultimately found her in another, more diverse, prep school, but where she couldn’t identify enough with one group in order to fit in. The trauma ultimately led to Hannah’s redemption. Today, she is taking the dark and forbidden world of marijuana into the light, by developing a lifestyle brand with her brother called Green Owl Records. It is a sustainable record label that, will have a retail marijuana dispensary to help bring the weed culture of LA out of the 70′s and into the 21st century. (This is why I love her) While doing my own Bronfman research, I read the she also showed up at a recent interview, glowing, fresh faced and reeking of Marijuana. So while I guess Hannah's pot days aren't over :) 
For Hannah, the importance of family, taking care of herself, and in particular a love of food has grown out of the experience of having witnessed her grandmother’s lifetime struggle with anorexia. Her art piece of a woman upside down with her head in a plant is both playful and satirical, and like Hannah, portrays her message that honesty is what makes change happen, whether laughing or crying. stylikeu

I'm absolutely obsessed and enamored by all things Hannah. She's only 24 and while she comes from money, Hannah is no debutante and that's what I love about her.... I will be covering everything from her famous billionaire legacy, Hannah's style and some lifestlye posts. Trust me guys, you too will be obsessed with this socialite too! This will be the first of a few articles I'll be doing on Hannah, so stay tuned...

1 comment:

  1. cool post!