This January, we traveled to Palm Springs, CA to shoot our lookbook with Alexandra Spencer of 4th and Bleeker. In the book, she takes on the look of a domesticated 70’s wild child as she hangs by the pool and goes about her day in a 70’s ranch style home. The looks are filled with stacked sandals, flowing bohemian prints and ditzy patterns elevated with hard-edged suede, sequins, and funky shades. There’s no doubt this woman is beautifully Free People. Which look is your favorite?
Our new January Lookbook features the lovely Alexandra Spencer of 4th and Bleeker – and although she’s an Australia native, she rocks the California style flawlessly! Tan skin, sun-kissed hair, barely there cutoffs and daring mini dresses are some of her signatures, and she showcases her bold style through the amazing photography on her blog. Take a look, and read on to learn a little bit more about this beach babe!
My name isAlexandra Spencerand I live in Sydney/Los Angeles/ London.I’ve been living here forsplitting time for 3 years!
On a typical day off, the first thing I do ischeck my emails!I’m usually wearingwho knows!!?
My favorite coffee shop is in Sydney- Andys coffee, In LA – coffee bean on Hollywood and Orange and in London – the Marylebone Starbucks,andmy parents make the best breakfast!
If I’m in the mood for some shopping, my destination of choice isParis!!My favorite store isBalenciaga on Melrose!Last time I went there I bought a white shirt I’m too scared to wear.
Shopping can work up an appetite, and the best lunch isthe Spaghetti at Chateau Marmont.
I love checking outMoMA for a little culture and inspiration, and no day is complete withoutNathan Webster!
The last movie I saw wasThe Bourne Supremacy.It was last night in bed at The Ace, Palm Springs.
A typical night out on the town for me consists ofgreat shoes and a lot of wine!
If I feel like going to a show, the best venue is definitely O2 Arena in London.The best show I ever saw there was I took my parents to see Arcade Fire.
If my life had a theme song, it would be Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones or Solsbury Hill by Peter Gabriel for a dramatic flashback montage.
On my iPod right now you’ll finda lot of Neil Young, I got a harmonica for Christmas and I’m driving my boyfriend crazy with it one Neil young song at a time!
Three words to describe my style are4th, And, Bleeker!
This summer I’ll be in the South of France! And back to Rio.