Sebastiano Serafini [You are stronger than you think] wearing HAIDER ACKERMANN, ANN DEMEULEMEESTER, BLK DNM, PIECE D’ANARCHIVE

Always remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think. Never let your situations and what you may be experiencing in life deter you from obtaining the dreams in life that you know … Continue reading

Sebastiano Serafini [Take Chances, Make Mistakes] wearing Marc Jacobs, HAIDER ACKERMANN, John Lawrence Sullivan, Sebastiano Serafini Design

“Take at least one. A chance.” Taking chances is one of the hardest aspects of life not only to understand, but may also be difficult to actually use effectively as well. Taking a chance is leaving a safety net and … Continue reading

Sebastiano Serafini [FREEDOM] wearing BLK DNM, John Lawrence Sullivan, Marc Jacobs.

Freedom is being so smart that you develop a strength strong enough to break free and become your own person. A better person than what your circumstances would like to define you as. You can find Sebastiano Serafini on Facebook, … Continue reading

Sebastiano Serafini – Don’t be too hard on yourself – wearing Liberum Arbitrium, BLK DNM

Don’t be too hard on yourself. There are plenty of people willing to do that for you. Love yourself and be proud of everything that you do. Even mistakes mean you’re trying. For a person who has a lot of … Continue reading

Sebastiano Serafini [How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone. -Coco Chanel] wearing Sebastiano Serafini Design, Theyskens’ Theory

In this famous quote by Coco Chanel a slap in the face is given to all of those people who are living as someone they are not, instead of living in an effort to mean something to the world. Those … Continue reading

Sebastiano Serafini teaches you how to be a good DJ / wearing Japanese School Uniform, John Lawrence Sullivan Sunglasses

The National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations, which maintains the employment website CareerPage.org, defines an announcer as the “radio station’s ‘voice’ … with whom the public identifies. This person introduces programs and music, reads commercial copy and public service announcements, … Continue reading