Alek Wek by Alexander Saladrigas for Vogue Ukraine, January 2018

Ceramic Lamps by Carmen D’Apollonio

Balenciaga SS2017

Serpentine Sofa by Vladimir Kagan 

I would be lying if I said that the darkness hasn’t been affecting my mood. I’ve been trying to compensate my not so focused mind with sharp outfits; blazers and heels. I’ve been drawing inspiration from Julie Pelipas, whose work for Vogue Ukraine has made the magazine one of the best Vogues, and the January issue is not an exception. Also Julie herself is very inspiring woman and definitely worth following.

At home I still need comfort and soft shapes. My latest addiction is Carmen D’Apollonio’s ceramic works and I also wouldn’t mind having the Serpentine Sofa by Vladimir Kagan.





Moodboard for the new year and the new season. Two times Céline, slouchy bags, square shoes, utility chic, statement earrings and lots of personal goals to achieve. Why winter won’t end in January?

Marni SS17, Balenciaga SS17, Céline Resort 17, Loewe SS17, Céline Resort 17, Stella McCartney SS17



Vogue China November 2013

Balenciaga SS2017

Balenciaga in Vogue China January 2013

Dries Van Noten SS2015

From summer stripes to pinstripes. My favourite look from Spring-Summer 2017 collections was that Balenciaga’s look with tight pinstripe pants.



Balenciaga SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Jil Sander SS2017 / voguerunway.com

TRENDSPOTTING – The boss ladies are back and how powerfull they look! The belt showing the waist creates flattering contrast with the wide shoulders – which this fashionweek were everywhere.



Balenciaga SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Céline SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Valentino SS2017 / voguerunway.com

TRENDSPOTTING – For all the colour-lovers, here’s a color combination for you to wear next spring/summer; hot pink+red.

P.S. The night before the Céline show, I had a dream that I was wearing different pair of shoes. Great minds think alike, no?