Lately I’ve been unconsciously avoiding my laptop and spent my free time with books and magazines. The recent issue of Unconditional magazine was one of the most beautiful works I’ve seen for a while.




Sketch of Fondation Louis Vuitton by Frank Gehry

Sofa at Prada

Two from the weekend. I visited Fondation Louis Vuitton’s Etre Moderne – MoMa à Paris exhibition, which grew my obsession towards Alexander Calder’s works. I also stopped by Prada store, which grew my obsession towards green.



Here is a proof that I’m living in these Chanel pants. I’m trying to build a wardrobe with pieces like these, clothes that I’m truly attached to and that I see myself wearing even after 10 years. Like the coat above, I bought it years ago and I’ll keep wearing it many years to come.



On my to do -list is definitely exploring more Picasso’s sculptures and works with clay. The two above were my favorites from my resent visit to Musée Picasso. There are currently two ongoing Picasso exhibitions in Paris that I can warmly recommend; The Erotic Years in Picasso Museum and Picasso and Maya in Gagosian Gallery, which was with all it’s simpleness best in a while.



Stella McCartney for Chloé

A while back I visited Maison Chloé for their Guy Bourdin exhibition, which I have to say was really bad. And don’t take me wrong, I adore Guy Bourdin and Chloé used to be one of my favourite brands, it is just wrong to claim that they have something in common. However, I’m always excited to see some archive pieces. Above the iconic horse dresses from the era when Stella McCartney was the creative director.