Shitty Interview No.3
Recently we met up with Kit Alida Scholly for a shitty interview where Kit pulled 10 shitty questions out of our shitty pickle jar & scribbled down the answers. Actually she insisted her equally rad partner write for her so that readers could understand it, but she took the time at the end to decorate it which is one of the things Kit does best!
I have been following Kit’s work for a few years now & was pretty excited to meet her & look through her amazing house full of the raddest decor & quirky objects from all round the world. Kit is not only a rad human slash new mumma slash MILF, she is also one of my favourite stylists, author of Alida Buffalo blog & owner of Alida Buffalo store; one of the coolest online stores offering glamorous & unique vintage pieces & the raddest decor & homewares around. So now everyone has a chance to be as rad as Kit!
Sticks & Stones: What were you like at school?
Kit Scholley: Oh sht! I went to a private school so I was the crazy girl who lived at the beach with all the wild stories.
Sticks & Stones: What Sex & The City character are you?
Kit Scholley: Samantha x Carrie.
Sticks & Stones: If we gave you $100 what would you buy?
Kit Scholley: Margaritas & Mexican.
Sticks & Stones: If you could un-invent something?
Kit Scholley: International drivers in byron Bay.
Sticks & Stones: Five little ducks went out one day over the hill & far away, Mother duck went quack, quack, quack. Only four little ducks came back… what the fuck happened to Donald?
Kit Scholley: Who the fuck cares. I like love pandas.
Sticks & Stones: Do you like this interview?
Kit Scholley: Yes some bits, ha.
Sticks & Stones: Your oldest piece of clothing.
Kit Scholley: It’s a grateful dead tee I got in San Francisco. It’s too weathered now. If I danced in it it would tear apart.
Sticks & Stones: What’s your middle name?
Kit Scholley: Alida.
Sticks & Stones: Your favorite piece of clothing?
Kit Scholley: Disco Wizard cape.
Sticks & Stones: Have you ever shoplifted? Please provide deets.
Kit Scholley: I stole a bobby pin once. I felt so bad I took it back to the shop a week later. Sorry!