Category: Fashion

On my radar # 60

1.) Now who wouldn’t like to wake up in this hotel room? It belongs to La Villa Guy, an architectural and landscaped witness of the prestigious history of Béziers, a summer city with prosperous wine-making activities. It’s between 1868 and 1870 that is built this vast house of…

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Currently Coveting

Summer, can you please stay forever? Xenia Taler Studio Bowls // Assouline Comporta Bliss // Mattiazzi Solo Chair // Mansur Gavriel Mini Protea Leather Bag // Arket Fluid Gathered Dress // Jacquemus Alassio One Shoulder Swimsuit

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Trendwatch: Smocked Pieces

Tops, skirts and dresses with smocked details are taking over this summer! Their “scrunchie” style brings back childhood memories – I’m ready to embrace it again! Claudie Pierlot Pleated Smocked Waist Skirt // Rodebjer Sundress with Smocking Top // &other stories Smocked Midi Dress //…

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My Favourite Easy Breezy Beach Dresses

Holidays ahead! Only a few days to go until our trip to Côte d’Azur (join me on Instagram)… and some serious last minute beach dress shopping! Arket Ruffled Voile Dress // COS Wide Leg Cotton Jumpsuit // H&M Trend Shirt Dress // Staud Puffed Sleeve…

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On my radar #58

1.) Bloc Studios introduced its beautiful “Marmo Domestico”— collection n°1, a range of domestic objects designed by Thevoz Choquet. This collection aims to re(use) excess parts of industrially salvaged marble blocks in the quarries of Carrara. The objects presented pay tribute to the material itself…

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Currently Coveting

Living the pastel colour dream… Ganni Pastel-Dye Cotton Skirt // Darling Medium Sun Protection // Alighieri Gold Plated Necklace // Aeyde Cornflower Blue Sandals // Isabel Marant Etoile Sweatshirt // &other stories Ripped Tank Top // Mango Fisher Hat // Marni Twisted Shoulder Cotton Crop…

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On my radar #57

1) News from Atelier Cph: the new 2019 poster design collection called Deconstructed is inspired by architectural sketches and the Dutch art movement De Stijl. Cubistic and geometric shapes are positioned in layers where both vertical and horizontal lines meet. Cut-outs and subtle pencil lines…

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Strappy Summer Heels

Hello 90s… strappy sandals are back! With heels, mostly squared toes and straps so thin and minimal they’re barely there, that’s why they’re called “naked” shoes. Here are my favourite and most of them won’t break your bank 😉 Mango Red Leather Sandals // By…

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