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The Row AW2019 / @nikoturko

We might have to wait for couple days for the official show pictures of The Row’s latest collection, but I couldn’t wait to share one sneak peek I found through Instagram. The set with Jean Prouvés aluminum and metal sun shutters already made me die and took me into mid-century modern -heaven, but also the collection will be something that sticks in my inspiration folders (and partly in my wardrobe) forever.

 

 

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Galerie Patrick Seguin / me

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Drawings by Le Corbusier at Eileen Gray’s E-1027 / @afardajani_official

Some things on my mind lately. I did a list of places to visit for 2019 and everything has something to do with architecture or art. Would definitely want to head to south of France soon and visit E-1027. I’m also planning to go to Art Basel in June and couldn’t be more excited about it.

Otherwise my sources of inspiration remain quite same. Lately I’ve been visiting some old favorite museums and galleries all over again and admiring everything that The Row does. I had a privilege to have a sneak peek on their prefall collection in advance and needles to say, it was gorgeous.

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Mango Committed AW2018

Usually I don’t like to promote fast-fashion brands, but I must confess I saved every single picture from the latest Mango Committed lookbook to my inspiration folders, which is why I decided to share some here as well. The collection reminds me a lot of The Row AW2015, which is one of my favorites from the brand.

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The Row SS2019 / voguerunway.com

NYFW is almost over and it has been very boring to be honest. I mostly waited for The Row, but they skipped the show and organized a presentation instead. However, the look book looks still great, especially the grey look above.

I hope Calvin Klein and Maryam Nassir Zadeh will serve some treats for the final days.

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1 & 5 me

2 Gemma Ward wearing Céline in Unconditional Magazine SS2018

3 Jean Arp

4 The Row AW2017 / voguerunway.com

Since I started my monthly 6 pictures for Flounce.fi, I stopped doing the monthly moodboards for the blog to avoid overlapping. However, I decided to bring them back, but this time as seasonal moodboards. Just to open up a bit my current state of mind.

Autumn has always been my absolute favorite season. And don’t get me wrong, there’s something I love in every season, but autumn has a special place in my mind. I guess it comes from my childhood, I’ve always been a bit nerd and couldn’t wait to return to school after summer. There’s this vibe of concentration and motivation in the air.

This autumn in my mind there’s still sharp shapes and neat suits in new silhouettes, and that forest green color! My favorite color scheme this time of the year comes from Paris streets; beige buildings, grey skies and trees that are still holding the green leaves.

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The Row x ChristiesRockefeller

Art pieces from the collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller selected by The Row and photographed together with the pieces from the brand sounds such a perfect match and the result is beyond perfect. Above art pieces from Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Auguste Rodin.

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The Row Pre-Fall 2018 / voguerunway.com

Such a beautiful collection once again from The Row and the lookbook with Georgina Grenville is perfection. With no make-up and no obvious retouching she looks gorgeous and there is not a single look a wouldn’t wear.

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Galerie Patrick Seguin hosted The Row’s showroom this for AW2018 season, which makes so much sense. The gallery is specialized in the 20th century furniture and architecture. It is quite hidden in Bastille and the breathtaking space is designed by architect Jean Nouvel. I’m sure it is also one of the places the Olsen sisters acquires their furniture.

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My love affair with The Row continues. The latest collection showed together with some unseen sculptures of Isamu Noguchi (!!!) was nothing new from the Olsen sisters, but still even better. Oversized coats, earthy tones and loose pants paired with very subtle and beautifully anonymous accessories is something I could call my uniform already, and I’m definitely going to adopt the wet-hair look and head-to-toe brown into it.