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I did a photo shoot for Tiffani Chynel. This whole shoot was her inspiration. Tiffani Chynel is a wardrobe stylist and she’s awesome! She’s going to be styling my sisters engagement photos.

Jeanette C. was our make up artist and hairstylist for the shoot, and she also helped us be a creative director for the shoot. I love it when everyone in the shoot gets involved, it gives more variety and less stress on me 🙂

Katie S. was our model.

We did our photo shoot in San Diego.

These first two photos are clockwork orange inspiration.

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This outfit and being set in a tree made Katie look like a wood nymph. So thats what I’m calling this picture.

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I think these last ones are more of an ethereal goddess look.

Here’s a close up of her hair and make up.

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Here’s the gallery of the photos in case you didn’t want to read my ramblings of the shoot.

I hope you liked these photos! The next blog post will have more photo’s of Katie because she shot with Pamela’s Parasols (which will be my next blog post).

xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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  • hannahmichelle - great job chrissy! these look like theyre straight out of a fashion advertisement! bravo!

  • patricia hakim - love them so cute

So I know I already posted a blog on my trip to Cabo San Lucas a few months ago on my old blog, but I had to post it on my website blog!

I went through and I touched up the color on some of the photos that I had previously posted on.

I’m heading back to Cabo at the beginning of March, so you’ll see more photos from Cabo after my trip!

And I’m going back again in May for my sister’s wedding!

xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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  • jesse - Colors are looking very nice.

I went to Mammoth this weekend for the CGN Winter retreat for Party Til AM, The House of Glam, and Founding Members. I work with Party Til AM, and since I’m still new to the brand, it was nice for me to get to know who I work with (as well as with members of the other 2 brands). So what did we do up in Mammoth? Well obviously we went snowboarding, hung out and did some team building activities.

The pictures in the gallery are on the way up to Mammoth.

And the last one is the view from our backyard from the cabin we stayed in.

Unfortunately, I did not take pictures while snowboarding. It was only my 3rd time boarding. The first 2 times, no one taught me the basics, but this time I learned. So I didn’t want to bring my camera just in case I ate it (I should invest in a small point and shoot camera to fit in my pockets).

I didn’t take too many photos because my body was super sore after boarding so I couldn’t hold my camera up.

So I hope you enjoy the pictures that I did take 🙂

xoxo

Chrissy Kim

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I did a photoshoot for Linda.

Her shoot was fun to do, just because she had me laughing most of the time. And there were guys that kept walking back and forth in the alley that we were in watching us. So we were laughing at them and giving them weird looks.

There were a lot of great photos to choose from, but of course I am only posting a select few. Maybe one day you will see more. But as of right now, you just get these few!

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Chrissy Kim

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  • Jesse - This is your bread and butter, right here. If I were you, I’d invest in some serious portrait lenses. 85mm f/1.8 is pretty reasonable.

  • Tiffani Moreno - oh my gosh! linda looks GORGEOUS!!!..not like she isn’t already but wow! her look is so amazing. Great job Chrissy…as always 🙂

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