bye-bye, blackbird

by Rachel Lynch in

blackbird11blackbird6blackbird7blackbird5blackbird1blackbird2blackbird3blackbird4blackbird8blackbird10blackbirf14blackbird9blackbird12blackbird13Baby says she's dying to meet you. Take you off and make your blood hum. Longing for the moonlight in a Manhattan city sky. Satellite gave up the ghost too soon. Fair skin and eyes in deep blue. If you're a bird, I'm a bird. Elevator straight into my skull. We're having a good time today, no thinking about tomorrow. But the world will have it's way with you. It was like T.S. Eliot said, "What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from."

Bye-bye, blackbird.

zofia gold metal necklace (from skeleton look)

tazmin gold plated crystal necklace (from white dress look)

gold crystal detail cuff (from peach look)

all jewelry from this editorial can be bought directly through Sequin-NYC 

photos by Jen Senn