Sweater Samuji, skirt Jil Sander (selling it here), coat Marni (soon available at @mies_preowned), shoes Nilson



Näyttökuva 2019-3-7 kello 16.06.17

SSAW SS19 / Lara Mullen photographed by Chloé le Drezen, styled by Roxane Danset.

I love this photo with my favorite dress from the Marni SS19 runway collection, that will soon hit the stores. Actually the whole Marni -editorial in the SSAW magazine was absolutely stunning and literally brings out the artistic point of view of the brand. There was also an interesting interview with Francesco Risso, where he discusses about his time at Marni so far, the collaborations he does with artists and his ideas for the future.



Marni SS2019 /voguerunway.com

Maybe it’s not fair from me to pick sides here, as I’m currently working for Marni, but the above is one of my favorite looks from MFW! The show was just art pieces after another. To describe the collection better, I must quote Sarah Mower; “It had the same feeling as when an artist instinctively knows when a painting is finished. The skill is in the decision to stop before tidying up and overthinking ruins it all.” I couldn’t agree more.



Marni AW2018 / voguerunway.com

Balenciaga AW2018 / voguerunway.com

Trendspotting balaclavas for AW2018. I’m very excited every time for practical trends and could definitely imagine myself in head-to-toe brown with that Marni knit on. Besides Marni and Balenciaga, balaclavas were also seen at Calvin Klein, Gucci, Chanel and Preen, just to mention a few.



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



Aalto SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Marni SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Stella McCartney SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Loewe SS2017 / voguerunway.com

Sportmax SS2017 / voguerunway.com

TRENDSPOTTING – All the fashion capitals are always a bit different in terms of trends, but here’s one spotted from every city. The sport-luxe trend is continuing with designers drawing inspiration (hah, got it?) from 80’s – early 90’s outdoor sportswear with shiny and windproof materials- and well, drawstrings. Also seen in Versace, Jacquemus, J.W.Anderson, Dries Van Noten and Sacai, just to mention a few.

Also lots of belt bags and anoraks spotted, sound very traditional Finnish clothing to me!