If you’re familiar with Trippe’s photography, you’ve probably seen her wheels: Daisy fits perfectly into Trippe’s trippy ‘60s- and ‘70s-inspired vibe, and has co-starred in plenty of her nostalgia-fueled camera work. “She’s more famous than me,” Trippe says with a laugh as we pass through traffic, picking up speed. “She’s more badass than me, too.” A recent excursion to Yosemite with her friend and model Sierra Gilley comes to Trippe’s mind.
“That shoot was definitely one of my favorites,” she says, recalling the joy of mixing work with the freedom of the open road. The mini movie that resulted, made in collaboration with Australian hat brand Lack of Color, is an ode to girl power—a dreamy, light-leaked road trip montage starring Gilley as a gun-toting babe, set to the tune of Link Wray’s “Fire and Brimstone.”