Sunday, November 2, 2008


Krystal Simpson is a California-born writer, model, musician, and DJ represented by Next Model Management. First published at the age of twelve, her written works span from local newspapers to Rolling Stone Magazine for the MTV documentary series "I'm From Rolling Stone." During that same period she also appeared in an ad-campaign for Ford Motors. Also an award-winning poet, she has served as the Editor of The Homestead Review, and is the Editor at Large for Ping Pong. Simpson is currently lead vocalist of The Little Feather Band, also contributing harmonica, piano, and percussion. Krystal was one of the celebrity guest-DJ’s for UNICEF Tap Project Radio that aired in March 2010. Simpson also recently designed a signature handbag with the American leather goods company Coach that was released in June 2010 that has been seen on Kate Hudson and Kat Dennings, and also collaborated with Quiksilver to design a signature jean for the brand. Simpson's personal style is showcased in the books Style Diaries: World Fashion from Berlin to Tokyo, and StyleLikeU, and has also been featured in publications such as Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, US Weekly, LA Times, Elle Magazine, Elle Spain, Nylon, Nylon Japan, Women’s Wear Daily, Purple Diary, Refinery 29, Who What Wear, Paper Planes, The New Tough, American Apparel magazine, In-Style Magazine Germany,, Black Book, Ginza Magazine Japan, Public Magazine France, Style Caster, Vamped, and Forever 21 Magazine. (View more press)