I assume that we have reached the point of time where most of the Western world has had a chance to listen to Lana Del Rey’s latest album. Brooklyn Baby is one of my personal favorites from her last release. As we’re on the topic of Lana Del Rey, she has had a lot of resistance for being an intense anti-feminist, which is a little surprising in our time. If she wants to be nostalgic to the times where women were consumed and practically owned by men, then who are we to judge? We can’t expect every single celebrity to be fighting this important cause. Though, having been raised in Norway, I haven’t had a solid exposure to gender inequality quite yet.
Fall has hit New York City, and the weather has gone from being “oh-so-hot” to “please-hand-me-my-coat”. There are rumours about winter arriving within the next few weeks, but let’s hope it doesn’t. Though, this is a reality, my dear friend Grace and I decided to enjoy one of the very last summer days and document it with no less than 600 pictures. These are taken in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Bridge Park and Dumbo. All these pictures are taken by the lovely Grace Park