Friday, March 11, 2011


Hey everyone! Some of you may have already heard that I'm heading to New York on Wednesday the 16th for an entire week in the big apple. The official BEBE ZEVA documentary, filmed and produced by lit, art, and performance icons Tao Lin and Megan Boyle, will be premiered at the Soho House in Manhattan on March 20th. The documentary and venue have been described as follows:

Legendary Children, an event series that highlights the work of emerging filmmakers, announces the premiere of the documentary Bebe Zeva at the Soho House on Sunday, March 20. The documentary, which revolves around the eponymous 17-year-old fashion blogger, marks the acclaimed novelist’s first foray into filmmaking with his wife Megan Boyle.

Working with a minimalist, low-budget aesthetic (Lin shot the film with his Macbook Pro) Bebe Zeva charts one night with the young blogger, as she talks with Lin and Boyle about her life while showing them around Las Vegas. The simple, utilitarian storytelling set against the absurd, over-the-top backdrop of Vegas calls to mind the similar tone of Lin’s books, such as Shoplifting From American Apparel and Richard Yates. Lin’s body of work (two novels, a novella, a short story collection and two books of poetry) have earned him a cult following and pegged him as one of the most influential young writers working today.Bebe Zeva provides an opportunity to see his literary aesthetic translated into the world of cinema.

Zeva is something of a fashion blogger prodigy–by age 17 she has already been featured in Seventeen and Teen Vogue and was recently a panelist at the WWD Magic trade show. Her online following–across Twitter, Tumblr, Formspring, and her personal blog “Fated to be Hated”–is enormous and enthusiastic.

If you're interested in viewing the documentary, pre-order it at!


Scarf- Anthropologie
Velvet blazer- Ralph Lauren
Dress- American Apparel
Kitten pumps- Vintage Salvatore Ferragamo

Looking back on the outfit, I can't understand why I wasn't wearing a hat and thigh-highs. Brown floppy hat and navy tights would have worked perfectly. UGH. YA LIVE AND YA LEARN.

These are my shoes. They are filthy with whipped cream. Please refer to the documentary for more details.

Bebe Zeva promotional posters.

Lastly, if you can provide any advice on what I should see, where I should dine, and how to get the best bargains when shopping, please feel free to leave me a comment or send me an email! I also need YOUR help on picking out the right outfits since this is my first foray into the city. I have no idea what to expect and am going to need a great deal of support from my readers! You're the entire reason that so many incredible things have been happening to me lately. The positivity and encouragement is what keeps me driven to pursue my goals. AND on that note- Happy Birthday to my baby blog, which officially turns 5 months old today. :)

Everything is infinite,

Bebe Zeva


  1. So happy for you! Love the look, and yeah the hat and thighs would have worked great!

  2. wow...that is jusst..freaking..wonderfull..can't wait to see the documentary...!!!
    have fun in nyc!!!wooohoo...

  3. Sounds like tons of fun Bebe! Can't wait to see the documentary. I love your scarf!! Have fun!


  4. I loved your blazer and your lips!<3

  5. nyc advice:
    the spotted pig in greenwich village. it's amazing

  6. How about a trailer ya'll?

  7. Oh Bebe, I love this outfit... And I adore your style! I wish the documentary was available in some form where I live because I'd love to see it but I guess I just have to wait for that.

    About NY... if you have the time, maybe you want to check out my latest post where I talk about a few wonderful boutiques and there are two places that I mention and are in NY! I just started blogging and I'm not sure if I'm any good, but I hope you like it.


  8. Love the velvet blazer and the coat!
    Congrats on the documentary, how cool! :D

  9. Wow, I just came to this blog for the first time and I've read like all your most recent posts from these months. I'm a FTBH-addict. I love your looks.. I don't know what it is.. you're really pretty, but not in a pure classic way. You're totally gonna be stalked now, haha!

  10. Hey BeBe! I lovvee ur styles! Ur like my blogging idol (im only 13) so I'd really appreciate if u commented on my blog! Plz and thanks!

  11. That is so cool bebe your own documentary! Congradulations :)


  12. Omg this is amazing and I am massively jealous of you! Mostly because of the trip to New York since I would be too scared to have a whole documentary on myself! but I am so pleased for you that you had the opportunity and I'm itching to see it, unfortunately I live in the UK but I might have to order myself a copy :)

    Little Humble Fashion Abode


    Beacon's Closet in Williamsburg (on North 11th)


    La Superior in Williamsburg (295 berry street)


    The Highline (Chelsea)

    Have lots of fun and stay safe!

  14. i love your black coat! :---)

  15. so lovely! you are gorgeous, lady!


  16. for NYC hot spot ideas check out they have great insight into the fashionable places to hang and eat in NY such as the soho grand, rubirosa, lit lounge ....etc. the movie sounds great bebe.

  17. beautiful! You've got great style, love that scarf and the lipstick looks so good on you!

  18. Great outfit pictures! I heart your style! I'm now subscribing to your blog on my google reader!

    Please check out my blog when you get a chance.
    a fashion lawyer by day, fashion police by night...I play at red carpet events, shop all over town, and live life in the fab lane in LA!

  19. Great blog!

  20. Congratulations Bebe on your blog and success.
    I saw your appearence in Seventeen Magazine.
    Love your style, love your personality.
    You are an inspiration.

    Keep up the amazing work.

  21. I am so happy for you! And I hope you have the most amazing time ever in New York and discover everything you want to!
    I wish I could check the movie out! hopefully one day!
    Much Love,