Its interviews like this that make me love journalism, interviews that simply seek the truth...nothing else, they don't patronise or mention dumb jokes that they were forced to make by the editor, and where every question is answered in full and in honesty.
Anyway below are some excerpts from the interview, check it out on Kesh's blog right here!
"To be stylish to me is to be able to wear whatever the hell you want and work it."
"I used to think the London style was generic and controlled by big shops such as Topshop, but recently I have been noticing that people are breaking free and really finding themselves."
"What's your philosophy?
Work hard and don't kill anybody"
"I want to show people that there is a lot more than stay ing in the little town you were born in and how you shouldn't be afraid to chase your dreams"
"I am planning to have my next fashion show in Paris and that's going to be a lot of work. I will also be working on my online vintage store and much more."
Kesh took these photos for the magazine herself. They're real hot, I love the one above...some people try so hard to be cool, but to me this picture portrays that Kesh doesn't have time to try, she simply couldn't find a sock in the same pair!
In more Kesh news, she announced on her blog on Wednesday that she is moving out of her warehouse and leaving New York to hit the road:
"We're getting a car and going on a big fat road trip around America! It's something i have wanted to do since i was 12 years old and first visited the U.S!"
She will be heading westwards, towards Chi-town! And in or der to shift some of the garments & oddities she has been hoarding in her warehouse/apartment, Kesh is holding a street sale with her friend Contessa, oh how I wish I lived in NYC...they've got a $3 dollar rail :-(