Model Monday: Paulina

For the “girl on the go” who does not want to sacrifice style for function, the 2015 athletic trend hits the mark. Its casual and clean aesthetic makes for a chic, everyday look. When shopping the trend this season, consider investing in fall staples made of quality materials such as cashmere. Full of contemporary lines, these high-end pieces will give your athletic style an effortlessly modern and luxurious look.

Name: Paulina Yos
Age: 23
Height: 5’9″
Hometown: San Jose, CA
Agency: unsigned
Favorite Book: I enjoy The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz.
Favorite Music: I enjoy a good variety, like: hip hop, soul, R&B, indie pop, alternative, rock, nu jazz, etc.
Favorite Film: The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
What do you enjoy about modeling? I love being able to express myself in an artistic way and portraying a side of me that no one really gets to see. I also enjoy getting the full-blown makeovers—getting my hair, makeup, and wardrobe done; it’s humbling to be able to collaborate and create with a group of amazingly talented individuals.
What do you think is the most pressing current social issue? I think that racism is still a huge issue and how the new generation constantly relies on the trend.
Guilty pleasure? I absolutely love macarons.
Favorite article of clothing/accessory? My Marc Jacobs watch
Place you would want to visit? Mykonos, Greece
What are you currently obsessed with? Watching Friends on Netflix! And dogs.
What is your “guiding philosophy” for life? “Learn from your mistakes, work hard, and don’t let other people’s opinion of you become your limitation.”

Look 1:

Autumn Button Up $198

Look 2:

Florence Tank $58
Kemble Bomber $288
Barlett Trouser $198

Look 3:

Ashtard Trench $348
Barlett Trouser $198


Clothes: Kit and Ace at Santana Row

Accessories: Crossroads Trading Co.

Photographer: Daniel Garcia

Model: Paulina Yos

Hair Stylist: Elisa Bunnel for W’s Salon

MUA: Melissa Hoffmann

Stylist: Monica Cruz-Hernandez (Blog: Living In Vogue)

Assistant: Jessica Owen

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