14/11/2014

Words by

Sinead Stubbins

Hey wonderful FJ readers! Here's a self indulgent post letting you guys know that I'm moving on from my post at Fashion Journal. 

I've LOVED sharing '90s Tumblr images with you and jointly obsessing over which American chains are moving to Australia (are there any left??). I'll miss e-hanging out with you every day and am grateful that you seem to love the site as much as we do.

Love, Sinead xox

 

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