like a rolling stone

As temperatures here in Atlanta head into the 90's, the cut-offs are back, and I'm pretty stoked on their return. This killer vintage pair came to me by way of Melting Sun Apparel, the small business I've been interning with for the past couple of months. The maker/owner/boss lady, Lauren Visconti, is one of the most wonderful people, and it's an honor to further her dream by pitching in with styling, modeling, working markets, and other sundry tasks. Not only do we carry a carefully curated vintage denim line, she also makes the most gorgeous jewelry, like this sweet little faux septum ring. I'm quite sure you'll be seeing more of her hand-crafted baubles around this space since it's rare I'm ever without at least one piece. We have a blast working together, and I feel so thankful to have encountered an opportunity so impeccably tuned to my particular abilities.

These photos were snapped around Little Five Points on a hot and humid morning by my friend Jeff. The amount of creatives I've had the pleasure of befriending lately is astounding, and creating with them both satisfies and inspires something within me. Atlanta is such an exciting place to be these days.

xx, Kelsey Lee

wearing… top, boots: thrifted | vintage Guess cut-off shorts: Melting Sun Apparel | backpack: PYLO | shades: borrowed from a friend | necklace: Seaworthy | photos by Jeff Kaplan