Catherine Blair Pfander/The Thread
Architect Junie Chang floated down Williamsburg's North 11th Street clad in an antique-looking navy maxi dress dotted with bright red and shimmering gold rose buds.
The look was just the thing for a summertime stroll through the park. Her best accessory? A miniature greyhound named Hermes, who was eager to pose for a picture with his mom before heading back home.
Occupation: "I'm an architect here in Brooklyn."
On My Way: "Back to work. Took a break to walk the pup."
Today I'm Wearing: "Dress from my mom. She bought it in Taiwan, but I'm not sure who the designer was. I wear these mocassins as slippers!"
Favorite Boutique: "Jumelle on Bedford Avenue has beautiful things."
My Style In Three Words: "You know, I just can't classify it like that. I go for a lot of different looks.'
My Signature Look in Middle School: "It's unfortunate, but in Taiwan we didn't get to have much personal style because we were forced to wear uniforms all the time!"
If I Could Sit Front Row at Any Fashion Show, It Would Be: "The Row."
The Best Thing I Bought in the Last Year Was: "This amazing custom rubber stamp carved to look like [my dog] Hermes."