Fashion week, madness. I am stuck in traffic again, and I can’t find the invitation 3for the next show. Maybe it’s in the boot, with the clothes I’m changing into after this one. Am I gonna make it on time? Not sure. At least my hair looks nice, and that is something so important to me.View Post
Like Edith Sitwell said “Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.”
I guess I agree to a certain extent, but the more I think about it, I realise how much I love those winter walks. When I grab my chai latte, wrap up warm and can feel the crisp cold air only on my face. I guess I can say that because I live in England, and in the 10 years I have lived here I’ve never experienced the true winter coldness, you know the one like back home, when I had to go to school at -22 degrees.View Post
I have been trying to sit down and write my traditional Yearly Review for about few hours now, also few hours yesterday and I even thought about it in my sleep. There is so much that has happened in the last 365 days that its difficult to put it in one blog post. In order to get a bit of inspiration I looked at my previous yearly reviews. I realised that I did one for 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and even 2011 . Wow, we’ve been friends for a while now!View Post
Every year around this time, I have one ongoing question in my head. What am I gonna wear for New Year’s Eve. And as trivial as it may sound for someone with a wardrobe full of stunning dresses, different outfits and some brand new unworn numbers, I still want the outfit I wear into the New Year to be special. I want to feel comfortable in it, but I also want it to fit the occasion well.View Post
Remember when I told you how much I struggled choosing between Turner and Monet? And I am talking about beautiful masterpieces that are decorating most of Louis Vuitton’s windows after a huge success of their collaboration with the most popular modern artist Jeff Koons.View Post
Not only do I live in digital time, but I feel that because of my job I also reside in digital world. Sometimes my head is full of deadlines and it doesnt help that I often stare at a screen eithe of my lap top, desktop or mobile phone. At the same time I am very lucky to live by the sea and sometimes if I need a break from all the things digital or even personal life I like to go for a walk by the sea.View Post
I think I am going to make this a regular feature on the blog. The seasons are changing and many of you are getting ready for coldest of them all – winter. While it can be quite fun searching for that coat, or perfect boots that you will live in for the next few months, I thought it would be fun if I rounded up some of my favourites online, and when better than on Cyber Monday?
As there are only few hours left to grab a bargain, I suggest to start scrolling down in order to find that piece or those pieces you will fall in love with this winter. I made sure to include all the discount codes for you too, so that you can easily shop. Enjoy and let me know what is your favourite trend for the upcoming colder days.View Post
Hello my lovelies! For the past few days I have been doing a massive research in order to find the best deals and codes for the sales that are taking place during the Black Friday/ Cyber Monday weekend. As a lot of brands started having pre sales, I decided to already publish my curated list of products now, but will keep adding to the list as the weekend goes. Make sure to bookmark this page, so that you can come back to it tomorrow and of course on Monday for more shopping ideas, codes and deals.View Post
October 27th marked the launch of new Louis Vuitton Collection conceived with one of the most influential living artists, Jeff Koons. Imagine your favourite shapes of Louis Vuitton bags with the famous art work on them based on the artist’s “Masters” series of paintings, As you probably already know this is the second chapter of collaboration and includes: Reclining Girl by François Boucher; Delightful Land by Paul Gauguin; Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet; Water Lilies by Claude Monet; The Triumph of Pan by Nicolas Poussin (exclusive for Maison Louis Vuitton Vendôme) and Ancient Rome by J.m.W. Turner.View Post
I have never been to Saint-Tropez in autumn, in fact I’ve only eve visited during the peak summer months. One thing I have to admit is that the city looks completely different but for some reason I possibly love it even more. The weather is still beautiful and the town looks very peaceful and beautiful covered in that warm autumnal light. The pink houses and pastel tones look even prettier than in the busy summer days.
October is a month of fun trips and events and I was lucky enough to be invited by Clarins team to visit South of France with some of my absolute best blogger friends.View Post