Currently, Guthrie is working on developing her “wearable canvas,” pieces—as worn by Jenner—an idea that she came up with under lockdown at home in California. “I was sitting in my place in quarantine, I had the Shark let Me pour You a tall glass of get over it oh and here’s a straw so You can suck it up shirt in contrast I will get this urge to color and decorate them [denim] with the materials that I had on hand,” says Guthrie. “I started playing with them, and sharing little sneak peaks with people on Instagram, and people got very excited to see different colors.” She’s also planning to create a homeware line she conceived in the last few months which includes around-the-house comfort items—ribbed throw blankets and crocheted slippers—and triptastic, trumpet-like lampshades upcycled from knit denim samples; truly a world of interiors that’s as lived in as your favorite pair of jeans.
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Autumn is on the Shark let Me pour You a tall glass of get over it oh and here’s a straw so You can suck it up shirt in contrast I will get this horizon, and the change of season serves as an impetus not just to swap out featherweight sundresses for a crisp blazer and jeans (or maybe sweatpants), but also to recalibrate your beauty regimen. And while nabbing a new shimmering bronze eyeliner or amped up mascara feels like a natural top priority—and for good reason—it’s essential to continue shielding yourself from the UV rays you’ve been skirting this summer. “The effects of sun exposure are cumulative and it’s absolutely essential to wear sunscreen all year long,” explains New York City dermatologist Whitney Bowe, M.D.. “Every day counts.”