posted on: Thursday, March 13, 2014

As you have probably noticed already I have finally updated and moved the blog.The new adress is :  so stay tuned there for the updates.

PS. Don't unfollow me on Bloglovin' etc as I am going to request to move my followers;)


posted on: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

I know that the picture is all corny and blurry, but I really like how the outfit shows on it, with the half tucked,oversized sweater, mules and those bell sleeves. Especially as it turned out like this by accident.

Céline sweater, Ralph Lauren jeans, by Malene Birger mules and Liffner bag.


Ph:unknown- found on web

Ok, different kind of 'beauty counter' but if anybody has a phonenumber to Jared Leto's hairdresser feel free to pass forward. All the transgender taboo's broken by the fact that this guy (guy, noun: 1 [countable] (informal) - a man ) has better haircut than most of the women I have ever encountered. Including the one in the mirror. Jalouse big time, no?


posted on: Monday, March 10, 2014

Those pretty B&W kitten heels from Gianvito Rossi AW14 collection. How amazing wouldn't they look with white shirt and either skinnies or a proper pair of straight-legged jeans??


posted on: Sunday, March 9, 2014

Ahhh, how I miss the beautiful London sunset! It was is so grey and dark today in Bergen, that the only thing you want to do is stay in bed (don't worry not changing my job into weather-forecaster)
Although my streetstyle moves on last photo may indicate I am branching into street entertainer (no idea what I was doing there, but at least you can see that awesome shirt of mine). 
But yet another typical me outfit, some embellishment,pop of color, tassel heels and the obligatory very,very ripped jeans. A propperly laidback outfit, yet staying sharp as well.At least I think so.

I am wearing Dries Van Noten coat, by Malene Birger shirt, LIffner clutch, Eddie Borgo bracelet, Laura Bohnic rings and Céline heels


posted on: Friday, March 7, 2014

In Courtesy of MNZStore

The Isabel Marant Etolie qulited denim jacket. Now I have seen many versions of it, but this beige has become an obsession. Waiting for the paycheck here.


Another thing that happened is that I popped by Paris and stayed with friends for 2 days.
I couldn't miss Sacai. I wouldn't miss Sacai.
All the suffering caused by generally having pneumonia and being on a plane proved instantaneously worthy all it's toll when the first look  made it's way slowly down the runway. Upon the look number 2, I was already in ecstasy thinking 'This must be one of the best shows of the season' , when the 3rd and 4th look - and the rest of Sacai splendor- made it's way down the runway I proved to be right.
Despite the fact that were numerous shows and pretty big names to go still, Sacai delivered fantastic caveman-outerwear-galore, and even satisfied my cravings for good Aran-knits.
The slightly blunt, awed faces of the audience at the small venue on 1 place du Trocadéro proved they agreed.
It was this strange feeling of wonder, audience's mesmerized stare following closely details not reserved only for the front of the garment, but also equally complicated and mesmerizing party happening in the back, that contributed the quiet excitement filling the venue.
Chitose Abe sent many strong thoughts  down the runway, the sharp pleats in both cotton and silk, the ethnic vibe, the oversized outerwear, patchwork here and there,strong knitwear and even liberate use of color. However, instead of competing for the viewers attention, the various ideas blended naturally  fulfilling each other  in some strange sense, offering the Sacai women a wide range of outfits and moods to choose for.
Not to mention that those fur/puffer coat hybrids will be on every girl's mind for the winter to come and even next February (hello, cold NYFW), because honestly, you can't choose a chicer way to stay warm than this.

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