So a few weeks back, we kicked off the summer correct with a Women Crush Wednesday photo shoot with models @Vendelali and @Miss_Tina_Louise, photographed by @PartyLikeJZL, and styled by @ForgottenFeatherVTG at the KIDinaKORNER pad. I shouldn't say pad, it definitely lives up to its nickname & is a campus. Did you check out the snapchat that day?

As soon as we got to the Sherman Oaks property, the creative energy from the KIDinaKORNER gang set the vibe right. It for sure reminded us of the Vibe of the Arsenic house, with people scattered throughout in their own creative zone. As we walk through the house and make our way to the backyard, we were greeted with a gorgeous & inviting pool, garden, and even tennis courts with go carts. It was impossible to not create magic with this setting, and @Miss_Tina_Louise & @Vendelali were the perfect additions to this landscape. 

KIDinaKORNER are the type of people we dig to create with. Versatile, and flowing with creative energy, KIAK is based in Los Angeles & founded by Grammy Award-winning music producer, Alex Da Kid, KidinaKORNER is a new form of music company that is redefining how artists and creators combines a label record, music publisher, creative agency, and production company all under one roof. They even hooked it up with the dopest BTS video by their in-house videographer to song "Island Vibes" by @JamesRHarte

Photographer: @PartyLikeJZL

Models: @Miss_Tina_Louise & @Vendelali

Location: @KIdInAKorner

Wardrobe & Style: @ForgottenFeatherVTG

Videography: @EyeCanBomb for @KIdInAKorner

Song: "Island Vibes" by @JamesRHarte (STREAM | BUY)

Produced by: @Arsenic

Arsenic Interviewed by Marie Claire

Arsenic Interviewed by Marie Claire

For two days, a writer and photographer from Marie Claire hung out with the Arsenic Team, shadowing us during a photoshoot and creative workshop held at the Arsenic House. Jenna profiled our founder, Amanda, and we shared with her our ideas on female expression in the digital age, a need to “re-write” our narrative, and how it was to work for an almost all-female team.

Read our experience with Marie Claire, from ArsenicTV producer perspective, Alex Floro