March 2, 2015



March 2, 2015

There are few things as thrilling to a fashion fanatic as the excitement of fashion week(s).  There are fewer things as exhausting... even to those who are only participating via Instagram or the well-formatted slideshows made possible by Style.com.

Though it can be exhausting, it is essential to have a handful of shows that you are looking forward to. These provide you with the determination that is essential for your survival.



February 9, 2015          

It’s the middle of winter and if you are like me you will agree when I say that all this dressing warm is getting a bit tedious. Layers, layers, layers. I feel as if it has been tattooed into my mind (speaking of mind tattoos, I suspect those will be a big deal this spring). I get it already! So I partnered with a Random Sponsor to bring you a feature on my favorite trick for staying warm this winter, which happens to be oozing with trendy goodness: buttcoats.



February 9, 2015


If laid out correctly, the life of a pair of pants can be truly inspiring. It's journey with us begins at the point of purchase, but the span of a well-made pantaloon's life stretches far before and often after its time with us. From the weaving of its fabric to its eventual decay, the Story of Pants is one of Fashion Literature's most triumphant. 


February 2, 2015

Park City, Utah: the wooden cultural oasis deep in the plains of the Western United States. The shimmering, nippy air harnesses a magical quality as it envelops this factory of venerated filmmakers. Making it here is the first big step on an indie film’s long road to success. People go to great lengths to take part in the Sundance Film Festival every year, often traveling thousands of miles and sacrificing entireties of life-savings to produce their interpretation of cinematic gold. The goal? To get it picked up by a major production company and shown to the rest of the world.  

For the youthful inhabitants of the Salt Lake Valley, however, Park City fulfills the innate human need to crowd celebrities, aggressively photograph pretty people, and impersonate the rich and famous for a glorious ten days every January.



February 2, 2015

Here at Transmogony, we don’t like to leave you hanging. You see, we actually want you to be informed on all the small (and often insignificant) developments in all the little things that we should have gotten over by now but haven’t.

You guessed it! It’s another installment in Kelsie’s quest for colored hair.


January 26, 2015


January 26, 2015

As someone who has to "go" fairly frequently, I am no stranger to the idea of The Restroom.  Public restrooms, Portable restrooms, and restrooms that I create in the dirt (sometimes on the side of the road) have become some of my very best friends in trying times. At the age of fourteen I began my janitorial career at a local elementary school where I happily cleaned the restrooms for hours after school each day. You see, Bathrooms and I go way back.