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What Multi-Hyphenate Model on a Mission Rhi Blossom Is Shopping

Rhi Blossom

Alongside fashion luminaries like Kate Moss and Grace Coddington, Rhi Blossom appeared in Calvin Klein’s high-profile fall 2016 campaign. For School of Doodle, a social network and collaboration hub for girl and gender nonconforming artists, Rhi inspires other blossoming creatives through work as a creative director and an ambassador. This year, Teen Vogue named Rhi a “Young Feminist Changing the Game.” All the while, in the roles of activist, actor, model and artist, Rhi champions youthful creativity and gender equality. Yet the 19-year-old just seems to be having a good time.

In yet another function, as one of the faces of our Anniversary Sale, we caught up with the enthusiastic Rhi to talk about art, music, fashion and shopping our big event.

Rhi Blossom

First thing I do when I wake up in the morning:

Listen to Enya.

Three things that are getting me through the day right now:

School of Doodle, mucking around on Garageband, and burritos.

TV or radio? 

TV.

Sneakers or shoes?

My platform checkered Vans.

Drink of choice?

Pineapple juice.

Rhi Blossom

Current life soundtrack?

The Requiem for a Dream soundtrack.

Most cherished possession and why?

My poetry book, because it has all of me in it.

Things I hoard when I find them on sale:

Old magazines and old shoes.

Style motto:

DGAF.

Style icon:

Marilyn Manson and Claire Boucher.

Words to live by:

Be loud.

Here’s what Rhi is shopping:

Halogen wool-blend beret | kate spade new york mini square stud earrings | Treasure&Bond ankle boyfriend jeans

—Britt Olson