Margiela for Hermès AW2001
Céline Pre Fall 2017
Unconditional Magazine SS2017
The Row SS2015
Margiela the Hermès Years – exhibition left me longing for straight and strapless necklines. As refreshing as it was to visit an exhibition where no photos were allowed, I would have loved to share details from some of my favourite looks, such as a strapless wool jumpsuit from AW2001 collection.
This shape can look easily tacky, but combined with long and volumous bottom makes it interesting and in a right way akward.
I’ve done lots of different DIY projects this summer and here is the most recent one; embroidered initials on my favourite shirt.
St. Vincents concept store, Antwerp
I spent the weekend in Antwerp and as a result my phone is full of pinterest-ready pictures and mind filled with inspiration from well curated concept stores, galleries and – of course – Margiela the Hermès years -exhibition. After Paris, the city felt extremely fresh; modern architecture and interior everywhere, gorgeus stores and really kind people.
Kazuo Shiraga – Suiju, 1985
Currently I’m obsessed with the flowy layering done at Céline SS2017 collection with the trousers. Also I’ve been spotting Japanese painter Kazuo Shiraga’s artwork in different exhibitions and got very inspired by his way of working and capturing the movement.
This moodboard maybe reflects a bit my longing for the sea breeze.
If you are not willing to splurge on cosmetics, I recommend to check on the award-winning beaty brand The Ordinary. I use their Cold-Pressed Maroccan Argan Oil for both hair and skin, and recently decided to give a try for their Vitamin C Suspension, which works as a natural scrub.
Last week I was escaping the heat in the cafe of Jeu de Paume in Tuileries. While waiting for the new issues of my favorite magazines, I gave a try for Unconditional Magazine. The latest issue has a very interesting interview of Melanie Ward.
Céline Eyewear SS2013
David Hockney – John St Clair Swimming, April 1972
This weekend we are planning to find a swimming pool in Paris and I’m planning to wear nothing else but my best jewellery. Another great way to tackle the heat in Paris is recently opened David Hockney exhibition in Centre Pompidou.
Ettore Sottsass table and Shiro Kuramata chairs at Nicolas Ghesquiere’s Paris apartment.
Marmoreal stairs, Max Lamb for Maison Kitsuné. 18 Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, 75011 Paris
Pitti Uomo is my favourite from all fashion weeks, even before Paris. Especially this season, when J.W. Anderson was one of the guest designers with surprisingly wearable SS18 collection, which was so far one his best ones. Everything from the casting to the venue, like you are sleepwalking in mr. Anderson’s dream. This took my eternal love for pyjama dressing into a whole new level.