I have never worn this fanny pack
on my blog before! Which is crazy. It's very practical…I wear it a
lot to concerts when I don't want to lug around one of my enormous
purses. But functionality aside, it's one of the most bad ass things I've ever found.

I found it in Tokyo at Le Grand Bleu last summer. I like it because it reminds me of some of my favorite post apocalyptic animes. This belt/bag looks like it could have come off of the pages of some of Tatsuyuki Tanaka's illustrations. His illustration and style are so breathtaking…here are some examples of his work. Most of these are from his book Cannabis Works.

I wore my L.G.B. belt satchel with a Guess dress, Zara lamb fur vest, Barney's Co-Op over the knee boots, and vintage 'barbaric' necklace. 

The bangles are from Elements here in Dallas.

Wearing Junya Watanabe aviator jacket from Fall 2006, silk pink scarf, Madewell jeans, and Martin Margiela Marfa boots.

We went to the Chinati foundation but it was closed on Tuesdays. Better luck next time. You can see Donald Judd's concrete works in the distance here.

Wearing a vintage Chanel jacket, Y-3 wool pants, Zara scarf, and Chanel wedges.

I love these Chanel wedges, a bit of a Schiaparelli feel, don't you think?

What do you think 'Fancy Pony Land' is? I never found out.

After a long day cruising around town, my dad and I checked out one of the two bars in Marfa…it's called Padres and it was a cool place. Excellent people watching. I will also note that there are some pretty hot guys in Marfa-that was a pleasant surprise.I ate moon pies and pickled eggs while I watched the cowboys mingle with the art types from out of town. A wonderful way to end my day in Marfa.