Struggling with the sufferings of an aging hip, this video simply made my jaw drop. How is it possible this guy not only has the flexibility of a rubber band but is also gifted with the artistic skills of a trained circus artist?! It’s time I am going back to my pilates classes more regularly – yoga will have to wait – this is too advanced for my hip.
I stumbled over this amazing video on one of my favorite blogs, KREUZBERG’D, where you may get some more informations on the artist.
Céline ZZ sunglasses
Pendleton Heritage Home Decor
I got the fashion-tribal fever in earthy tones! Céline shades are just the best this season and need to be part of my wishful thinking list to keep me from dancing around the bonfire singing spells. Enjoy your Summer!
This is how you do a corporate blog right. Choose a relevant topic and stick to it in order to create your identity. French fashionhouse, The Kooples, came out with their own blog a while ago and I L O V E it. No, literally…whether these two are a couple or not, but I am fascinated seeing new “episodes” of their lives while they subtly present The Kooples’ designs. The blog is like a reality editorial that never ends and is ever-expanding. They love, they fight and they remind me a lot of the destructive love only Kate & Pete had. Have you ever seen a better lookbook? Those other giants better take notes in image builiding. Ladies and Gentlemen: The Kooples blog.
All Images via The Kooples blog.
This little Ed Banger chick, had the most fun (bad cold afterwards included) during Fashion Week Berlin at the Marshall Headphones Lounge while Busy P. (Mister Ed Banger Records) was on the turntables. A few lucky ones were invited to enjoy his very private DJ set.
While dancing away a storm and trying to find the right words to get a picture with Busy P., I couldn’t believe my luck as I also got the best gift from Silk Relations: The Marshall Headphones. My favorite accessory these days. I cannot believe I am the owner of these new babies, which are sold out already. Their sound is a stressless and an ear-friendly enjoyment, they fold into the tiniest purse and let’s face it: the design is a ‘cannot-do-wrong’ classic.
The Cobrasnake has a few picture from the party which you can see here.
Headphone image via Marshall Headphones.
Lookbook ::: RIKA Fall/Winter 2011
Ulrika Lundgren has yet done it again with her label RIKA: an entire collection that I would wear every single design from. The early 70s inspired looks are paired with the feel of modern basic and materials to comfort our winter-stressed skin. The colors are soft rosé infused beiges to soften the winter classic – black. Without further words: Voilà, le lookbook to click through.
Can I say: Christmas wishlist?!!!!
Note from the editor: Nor should we confuse calmness with a lack of knowledge.
Look what the cat hauled in…the colaboration cover of streetartist Kaws and French magazine Jalouse – the September 2007 issue. AAAaaawww, I got this just yesterday in its original packaging and I don’t dare to unwrap the beauty so I had to google the cover!!!
Thank you my sweet little French friend!!!!
Image via highsnobiety.
Beauty, beauty, beauty and another beauty.
The label I discovered in Paris as one of my favorite choices when it comes to sporty footwear, Spring Court, has made a special collection for London’s hippest boutique, Dover Street Market. Now this is the time I wish there was a bit more Brit in Berlin.
NORWEGIAN WOOL PATTERN x HIGH-TOPS!!!!
French singer Vanessa Paradis on the cover of Vogue Paris, November 2008.
This is by far my favorite Vogue cover of all times. Vanessa’s posture, her gaze, the styling, the color choices, the facewrap and the make-up – it all screams classic INNER & OUTER beauty. Mademoiselle looks like she is bathing in grace every morning but the right inspiration for a strong 80s power & beauty look just adds perfection to Paradis. No need to mention that her infamous toothgap hints how unconventional she is. Now this is what Vogue is famous for and lucky me has kept the original issue in a special place at home.
Image via source.