"I spent my whole life wanting to be cool... but I've come to realize that coolness doesn't exist the way I once assumed." - James Murphy
ALLISON HARVARD FOR WETHEURBAN
STORY: EILEEN DIONEGO DE FRANCE / PHOTOGRAPHY: ZACHARY CHICK / STYLING: ALLISON HARVARD / MAKEUP: TIFFANY PATTON / HAIR: CAROLINE MCGOVERN
“When faced with the harsh realities of the world, I rely on my dreams. I stare blankly out at whatever is in front of me, for a day dream soothes the mind. Stretching than curling in for a nap chases away worries, and settling in for a deep slumber allows the soul to wander about colorful and colorless altered realities. Dreams are fantastic and nightmarishly frightening experiences within the subconscious. They can take us to places we’ve never been, can cause great euphoria, uncannily predict the future, solve life’s current problems, take us into the past, or place terror within our hearts. It is this very unpredictable nature of dreams that makes it so special and magical.
Artist and model Allison Harvard is quite familiar with the majestic dream world….”
WeTheUrban: Can you share with us a particular nightmare that left you a unsettled upon waking?
Allison Harvard: It’s wonderful when my dad visits me. He asks me all sorts of questions about my present life and he’ll…
i fucking love her and am so glad she has a career now.
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