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flounce august

Muller van Severen for AD Spain

Jil Sander SS11 Backstage by James Cochrane

My August thoughts are live at flounce.fi. My trip to Antwerp made me research some Belgian fashion- and furniture designers. I’ve been obsessed by Muller van Severen for a while, too bad the gallery in Antwerp representing the designer duo was closed during the latest visit.

Also, how good was Jil Sander’s SS11 collection designed by Raf Simons. The combo of white cotton t-shirt and volume bottom creates a perfect contrast.

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Jil Sander Resort 2019 / voguerunway.com

From the recent resort collections Jil Sander was once again my favorite. Not necessarily by offering something new, but styling wise. However they seem to push more and more their accessories, and they seem very appealing to me. Except the look book included one of those it- plastic bags, which I can’t support. Plastic is not cool.

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Jil Sander SS2018 / voguerunway.com

Céline SS2011 / voguerunway.com

White crispy cotton is always part of my summer uniform. Long white shirt dress is the easiest way to create effortless summer look even if you leave home straight out of bed. This summer I’m after something really oversized and shapeless.

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Posture Vase, Bloc Studios x Carl Kleiner

Jil Sander AW2017

Foldchair, Olivier Gregoire

Photo by Garance Dore

I had a very interesting discussion with a friend of mine about routines , which gave a theme for my september moodboard. I’ve always enjoyed developing new routines to increase productivity in the everyday life. However, as we become blind for our habits, this month I want to dedicate for re-thinking all of them, whether I’m still in control of them or if they are leading my day. As much as I enjoy my morning coffee, I don’t want my day to be ruined without it.

Autumn always has this great energy for thinking things outside of the box. I’ll try to make the most of it with by trying new recipes, planning outfits from my existing wardrobe, absorbing ideas and giving second chances. It’s all about keeping mind open for possible new favourite things, that may end up being part of your routines.