To attend at least one Fashion Week is probably one of my biggest dreams and a goal I wish to achieve someday. I can imagine how amazing it must be to attend such important and fashion-influencing shows as Michael Kors, Delpozo, and many others.
This outfit is what I would wear for a day of runway shows and to attend the SS15 NYFW: a midi-skirt by ZARA, an &Other Stories simple black sweater and amazingly comfortable high-heels from the italian brand La Scarpa.
Pictures by my brother
After two months of intense vacations I am finally back on the blog. As I have started concrete photography projects this year, I will probably be more present on my Tumblr, where you can always find my newest pictures.
These pics were taken by my lovely brother at the Seine. I am wearing a shirt from Hartford,borrowed from my mother, a bag made by my mother and some red New Balance sneakers.
This post was actually meant to be called 'Here comes the sun' (which seems to be my favorite post title), but when I went out of the house with my twin brother this morning it had just freshly rained.
I am more than annoyed by the rain that keeps coming back after one or two sunny days!
In this post I am wearing a shirt that I designed and sewed with my mother. I absolutely adore the print.
I had the idea of mixing it with this Toile de Jouy skirt from the spanish brand Kling and my favorite loafers from ZARA.
Sun in Paris is just the most agreable weather. The beige stone of the old Haussmann buildings shines and creates a very special light. I met up with my gorgeous friend Nina to shoot some pictures.
For such a special day (since it has been raining during the last two weeks) I wore a dress by Comptoir des Cotonniers combined with my new leather jacket from Mango, my every day La Scarpa boots and my bag from &Other Stories.
This picture, from the february 2014 issue of Harper's Bazaar US, shows perfectly Daria Werbowy's light and clean beauty.
A sharp cut but soft face, strong eyes and the most perfect lips the world has ever seen (plus that wavy hair, I mean, look at THAT) not to mention her ear piercings...aah just perfect.
(me with lovely Macarena)
Here are some pictures of the Tombola Gily that took place on Saturday evening in the parisian store of the spanish designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada in association with the Passeport pour l'Avenir association.
Full of surpirises, delicious pastries by Fossier, nice people and red roses, it was a wonderful and interesting evening.
The funds collected on the occasion of this event will be used to build a maternity home in Togo.
This bun required 1h30 of patience (it took time as I have very thick hair), sitting at the hairdresser's. But the result was absolutely amazing. I wore this bun for a ball I went to, that was organised with my school. It was so tight, I could even sleep with it and nothing had changed the following day.
Last week-end I finally managed to buy myself a 50mm zoom by Canon (the 1.8). And I must say that I am more than satisfied with the result. Foregrounds get much sharper, backgrounds less sharper, that's exactly what I wanted!
I was wearing a jacket by Sandro, my beloved long-sleeved Isabel Marant x H&M shirt, an H&M bag, simple black trousers from Zara and my everyday leather boots.
Exactly one month after the 14. november (date of the launch of the collection), here is finally my Isabel Marant x H&M post! I know it took me some time, but my school-life takes a lot of my time. Sorry for that.
Now let's talk about the 14th of november. After school I went immediately with two friends to the Champs-Elysée H&M store. They had bad news for us : within only three or four hours all the prettiest garments had sold out! After visiting two other H&M stores on the Boulevard Haussmann I finally managed to buy myself this gorgeous long-sleeved shirt. The quality of the fabric is amazing, it is now my official "favorite shirt".
See you soon for a new post, where I'll be wearing this shirt!xx, July
Long-sleeved shirt: Isabel Marant x H&M
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Montmartre is definitely my favorite "quartier" in Paris. Standing on the steps in front of Sacré Coeur, seeing Paris from that angle is really what I prefer. And it is not unusual to see abandoned buildings on which artists practice their drawings and grafiti. And being a "street-artist" can be a real job! On the three pictures below you see art by a certain Miss Tic. This woman has even been given the opportunity to decorate perfume bottles for the famous cosmetic brand CLARINS and to decorate a metro in Montpellier.You can visit her website HERE.