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6th November 2019

DREAM ON DREAMERS

Continuing our road trip across the Arizona desert, the sweet taste of freedom filled the air as we crossed four state lines, chasing the type of adventure you only dreamt of back home.

Riley wears the Desert Romper in Shell

Tripp wears the Garageland Shirt in Paisely Stripe with the Smith R28’s in Whip It

Our Tour Tee paired with the Hi Bells Short in Lillith Blue

After picking up some classic American muscle we passed through Phoenix, desert landscapes, national parks and sleepy towns. Holbrook felt like it was from another time, a true melting pot of culture and history, and we stopped for lunch at Joe and Aggies - the local diner which has passed through generations since it opened in 1943.

Tour Tee paired with the Smith Short in Solar Blue

Highways Tank with the Hi Bells Short in Temple Indigo

Continuing through the energy vortex of Sedona, we were dreaming of our destination – Monument Valley – an iconic symbol of the American West.

Young, wild and free – Riley and Tripp embody the liberating spirit of living in the moment, unaware that these days of unbounded freedom will one day simply be remembered as perfect moments in time.

Volcanoes Tee paired with the Pin Up Short

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Carly Brown

MUSES: Riley Hillyer&Tripp Bowers<

HAIR AND MAKE UP: Phoebe Barrett

STYLING: Chloe Chippendale

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