Devon Rose x SKO Habibi X TPFGTribeSan Francisco, CAPhotos & Story by Lauri LevenfeldStyling by Katja O’Brien
Makeup & Hair by Irmina Martinez Loeffler & Tacha Scott
The tribe is the basis of what The Project for Girls platform is built on. The ultimate girl gang, one that provides a safe space for its members to inspire, share dreams, fears, and make things happen. A community where the individual is celebrated, but togetherness is love. In our latest editorial we collaborated with the ultra talented Emily Payne of Devon Rose x SKO Habibi bringing fresh, iconic new looks to our beloved girl warrior. It is here we spotlight
nine unique girls from The Project for Girls who are paving their own path with courage, drive and creativity, while contributing to something bigger through partnership and unity.
Our Tribe: Gabrielle Begun, Odessa Goldberg, Alexa Ponciano, Grace Wethor, Violet Lux, Kai Morton, Jillian Shea Spaeder, Chandler Moseley, Allegra O’Brien & Morgan Moseley
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Odessa Simone Shlain GoldbergWriterMill Valley, CAPhotos by Lauri LevenfeldStory by Odessa Goldberg
Show Me What Democracy Looks Like!
This: millions of men and women of all ages across the world peacefully protesting for what they believe in, is what democracy looks like. This past weekend I along with many others took the streets. On Thursday afternoon I boarded a plane with my dad, mom and sister to the capital of our country: Washington DC. I wore a shirt with suffragette emblazoned on it. On the plane, many people wore pink pointed hats in defiance.
It was my first time in the capital. Wide eyed, I gaped at the Washington Monument swathed in night. We pulled up at the Watergate Hotel, the infamous hotel where the Nixon scandal occurred.
But this hotel has embraced the scandal, making Nixon’s resignation speech what it plays when you’re on hold. The next morning I awoke at noon, thoroughly jet lagged. We turned on the TV in time for Trump’s inauguration speech. It felt surreal to be in the same city as him and I watched bewildered as he proceeded to insult everyone surrounding him. As we walked into the lobby I saw my first “Make America Great Again!” hat in person, the bright, unnatural red unnerved me.
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