Thirteen-year-old style blogger Tavi Gevinson is taking her online observations to printed pages, scoring a column in the January issue of Harper's Bazaar, WWD reports. As the youngest writer to ever work for the magazine, Tavi will be sharing her thoughts on the spring collections, including poetry like:
"Raf Simons at Jil Sander presented dresses and skirts that appeared vulnerable from their frays and shreds, and Francisco Costa showed crumpled pastel dresses that looked as if they'd been stained with tears at Calvin Klein."
The issue comes out Tuesday, but if you can't wait until then, we've come across some more Tavi-goodness--a video introduction to Rodarte and their collaboration with Target. Tavi followed the Mulleavy sisters from New York to North Dakota, where they shot their campaign for the lower-priced line inspired by three films. Tavi wisely remarks, "I think real style is unique taking inspiration and the clothes from all different kinds of places," but later sounds like a typical teenager, choosing a mustard yellow cardigan and noting, "I might wear this every day, which is really gross."
Need more Tavi? Check out some photos of her at fashion week.