Essentialist minimalist & wardrobe data analyst
I grew up in Indianapolis as a kid of two journalists. From the age of 14, I worked freelance and newspaper gigs for love and money. For love, I'm a photojournalist recording my own wardrobe. For money, I'm an associate at a firm in New York.
Gold Zipper started as a place for me to tell stories about my clothing. I’ve had a minimal wardrobe for over 10 years and built my first capsule wardrobe in 2014. And as a teenager, I was featured in TeenVogue for curating my sustainable style through second-hand stores. Today, I create content about my essentialism and review products to help others build a purposeful life.