Thursday, January 27, 2011



Gold and Yellow

What I find most thrilling about fashion are the infinite ways  how different colours, shapes and proportions can be combined so that every look turns out to be special. I honestly was not seeing great mixing behind yellow and golden untill I saw this picture. It felt so right and at the same time so chic and out of the box

 My brain started immediatly conceiving new ideas for new looks. I created a set for a more formal outfit and two other for casual situations. Hope you like it and/or get inspired! Kisses!


Saturday, January 15, 2011

Focus on: Taylor Tomasi Hill

Taylor Tomasi Hill is currently Accessories Editor at Marie Claire. Her thrilling artfulness of mixing accessories and filling her wrists with tons of jewelry kept my attention (not even mentioning her gorgeous red hair!.I'll surely keep my eye on her next seasons!
Jak and Jil

 Café Mode                                                

                                      Citizen Couture                                                       Stockolm Streetstyle
Jak and Jil

Obsessed by : Neon

I must admit I've been lately obsessed by neon colors. But this time not mixing an entire look with all my neon pieces( like I used to use when I was 13!! Oh god..) These colours have been catching my eye in accessories, bags, shoes, mixing it with soft colours as nude or light grey. A smooth transition to spring sunny days. Enjoy it!

Lanvin SS11
Proenza Schouler SS11

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Christmas Present for Myself - Bib Necklace Zara

Bib Necklace Zara

Orange&Pink - Pink&Nude

Stella Mccartney by Hanneli Mustaparta
 Vanessa Jackman                                                                        Hanneli Mustaparta

 Topshop collection

YSL rings

Sunday, January 2, 2011

“Leitmotiv for Furla Talent Hub” - THE BEWITCHED BAG

Special collection for Furla designed by Leitmotiv in a journey to the Land of Oz.

Elie Saab - Couture Autumn/Winter 2010-11

Jazz for the Winter, Bossa Nova for the Summer

A touch of Vintage to begin
I didn't find any better way to start this blog than this: Music
From all my passions music is THE one I can't live without and this title totally reflects what's going on on my Ipod during the year : Jazz for the Winter,  Bossa Nova for the Summer
But can I have the best of the two worlds now?
This song was first composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim as "Chega de Saudade" for Elisete Cardozo but only hit the stars in 1958 with  João Gilberto. This is often considered the first Bossa Nova song here performed by the American Jazz Singer Carmen Mcrae. Priceless...