Even Milan fashion week is about to end, I’m still going back to New York for a while and to the gorgeus, intimate as always, The Row SS2018 presentation. Pyjama-like dress will be the piece to wear next summer.





Margiela for Hermès AW2001

Céline Pre Fall 2017

Unconditional Magazine SS2017

The Row SS2015

Margiela the Hermès Years – exhibition left me longing for straight and strapless necklines. As refreshing as it was to visit an exhibition where no photos were allowed, I would have loved to share details from some of my favourite looks, such as a strapless wool jumpsuit from AW2001 collection.

This shape can look easily tacky, but combined with long and volumous bottom makes it interesting and in a right way akward.





Céline Pre Fall 2017

Céline Resort 2017

The Row AW2017

Céline Pre Fall 2017

While Paris is being burning hot (I don’t know why this still surprises me every summer), I’ve created a slight obsession for a light, robe-like fur coat. Phoebe Philo might have something to do with it.


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Deitas SS2017

The Row SS2016

Philip Johnson, Glass House, 1949

The Row AW2015

MONTHLY MOODBOARD – Currently on my mind are all things silky and flowy, kimono shapes and modern architecture. Summer light makes everything prettier.




I’m currently back in black– phase when it comes to dressing up, which makes sense since my life has been quite hectic lately.  These slip in – shoes from The Row would fit perfectly to my current mindset.






Calvin Klein AW2017

Victoria Beckham AW2017

Proenza Schouler AW2017

The Row AW2017

NYFW collections usually don’t offer new innovations. What I see is Céline with a hint of Balenciaga – vibes. Power suits, wide shoulders, loose layers..  But I don’t mind! And I have to mention those leather gloves at Victoria Beckham, styled over the sleeves, love it.







THE ROW through instagram, because that’s the closest we’ll get for now. No official pictures from the collection are published before the clothes are in the stores. I would say better strategy compared to see-now-buy-now.

I’ve never been too big  fan of celebrities-turned-designers, but Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen make an exception. Once again so beautiful and intimate presentation. And I would go to New York just for their new Jacques Grange designed store.