Right now - our photographer, Olivia, is working on Editorial and E-commerce photos (both pictured above) for the Radimo store which will launch very soon. She's making shit look fresh and this whole thing has never felt more real.
It's been a hot minute, but things have been all over the place.
My mother passed about 8 weeks ago, I wrote a piece about it, linked below. And with the DNC, Standing Rock, and The Election, I have become increasingly busy (I hope we all are) tryin to make the world a better place.
I have also been working with some incredible people to make sure Radimo is moving forward. All-gender clothing is important to me and giving you all access to shit that makes you feel good is a priority.
I've come across some amazing brands over the past year that I feel certain you will all love. Julia and I have also been spending loads of time finding vintage wears. Most of what we own is vintage or recycled clothing, something about clothing made in the old days manages to fit us both in masculine, feminine, and androgynous ways. It's pretty dope and we obviously want to share.
At this juncture we have 4 brands (all queer-owned / queer-run companies) that I'm stoked to share with you and we are in the process of setting up our store.
We will likely do something called a 'soft launch' where the site is up and running, people can buy things, but we aren't promoting or going hard because we'll be in the process of testing it all out. When that happens, I'll let you all know, so you can (1) have first dibs and (2) be our guinea pigs.
When I started this process, I had no idea what I was doing or how it would go, I just went for it. Follow your dreams 100% follow your dreams.
Thank you for the motivation and inspiration,
If you are looking for ways to help out (or would like to learn more about) Standing Rock, I wrote this: radimo.la/dapl-help
If you would like to read more about my mother: http://www.radimo.la/the-death-of-my-abusive-mother/