This morning I decided it was about time. Having been away from home for more than three months my closet was seriously messy. I felt embarrassed by just looking at it especially since quite often I am asked to organize other people’s closets. But usually this is what happens: you do other people’s closets and you finally end up not having the time to organize your own..
This is just one fourth of my wardrobe, mainly everyday clothes. But still a lot of these clothes have not been worn and their tags are just hanging screaming: “Wear Me! Wear Me!” What a shame…
So I was sitting and watching all these labels and decided I should do something about it. I should start wearing these clothes, don’t you think? And even though I believe there exist more than enough OOTD columns out there, I thought I could be doing something useful to my readers: offer them some inspiration.
But first I will have to give this wardrobe a good shuffle.
Now, if you want to make over your closets visit Real Simple and get the inspiration you need to help you kickstart your project. Or you could simply call me in to help!
So there you go, soon I will be posting photos of my outfits. Pay attention!!!
I woke up this morning and felt like wearing stars and stripes.. sort of in the mood for 4th of July.
I know it’s September but the weather seems to get hotter instead of the opposite, so am I allowed to travel a little back in time?
Besides, Betsy Ross – you know – the designer who debuted at NYFW? – really inspired me with her “americana” collection for SS15. But if it wasn’t for Jimmy Kimmel, the fashion genius who discovered her talent in the following video, we would probably still live in fashion’s dark ages..
If you haven’t already, watch the video, see what I am talking about and let us have a laugh together 🙂
I am overwhelmed by the many fashion connoisseurs around…
Where was I July 4th last year? Orlando Florida, resting in a hammock all morning, eating s’mores and watching Disney fireworks all evening. Pure magic!
Black, White, Beige, Gold, Red. The basic color palette of Chanel explained from Inside Chanel. Beautiful video.
More and more fashion houses and online stores realize the power of cinematic art as a way to showcase their collections. Sometimes the results are astonishing.
SSENSE and System Magazine present Hercules & Love Affair’s new video for “I Try To Talk To You” ft. John Grant. Directed by David Wilson and styled by Simon Robins, the video features looks from the Spring collections of Acne Studios, Balmain and T by Alexander Wang.
Speechless. Art and fashion working together to spread emotions. Watch the video, enjoy the music:
Remember Mine All Mine ? The concept is almost the same, although I found I Try to Talk To You powerful beyond measure.
Cute and playful, TheOutnet video for their 5th birthday features some of the hottest gals in fashion and music. Among them, personal favorite, brilliant blogger and Man Repeller, Leandra Medine. You can watch the video and campaign here.
So now that you listened and watched I wait for your comments! x
It’s one of my favorite online shops, if not the first on my list. Not only because of their top brand selection, or their easy to navigate and shop website, or the super fast transit time of my buys from their warehouse to my door. There is a WOW factor about this shop that makes me anticipating my shipment each and every time I press the order button.. And that is….
I was pleasantly surprised by Matches Fashion again, and again and again with all the beautiful and joyful designs of their sturdy boxes where they put my little newly-acquired treasures for their trip home. Boxes which of course I keep and use for storage or decoration. And here’s my latest buy, my Isabel Marant Dickers in camel brown right out of the colorful Matches box:
My booties were packaged carefully by Martha, who left a handwritten note for me. Thank you Martha! Now you got me! I have said before in a previous post how I love handwritten notes as they seem caring and far more personal than typed ones. And although I ‘m sure it took Martha longer to prepare my beautiful package, it literally took her only a couple of seconds to write down her note and make a huge difference…
It certainly matches my style!
“Spring-Summer Pieces Are Brought to Balletic Life in an Interactive [brilliant may I add] Short”. (source: www.nowness.com).
The best combination of two of my favorite subjects: contemporary dance and fashion.
Louis Vuitton, Kenzo, La Perla, Maison Martin Margiela, Bottega Veneta pieces fly and dance along with the performers from London’s Sadler’s Wells Theater.
I am sure many of my friends will appreciate this video. Not only for watching the dancers moving gracefully in their fashionable styles, but also for being able to buy their favorite styles by clicking directly on the shoppable version of the video which can be found here.
Yes! you read it right. Chanel’s F/W14 runway in a supermarket. Well, it was Grand Palais turned into a supermarket, to be more precise, Karl Lagerfeld’s idea of presenting the new collection. Kinda weird right?
A great oxymoron to me. Cause if Chanel was to be sold in a supermarket, it wouldn’t be Chanel.. On the other hand how many of the ladies wearing Chanel (even those carrying a handbag) would actually visit the supermarket in their precious outfits? Very few, if none including myself, I suppose (now that I’m giving it a second thought, I think my auntie Evangelie would but she’s an exception)..
Ladies in Chanel don’t go to the supermarket themselves. They ask their personnel to do the grocery shopping. In fact they don’t even ask…
But then again Karl has a different opinion…
Watch the video:
What do you think of Karl Lagerfeld’s idea?
Video from AP. Photo: Reuters.
Using the finest of Greek marbles, sculptor Grigoris Kouskouris presents his new inspiration: Alternative kitchenware. Simple and elegant artifacts for the passionate inquisitor of the art de la table, these masterpieces bring the Greek finesse and luxury in our everyday lives.
His exhibition “Alternative Kitchenware” opens at the central square of Pyrgos, on the magical Santorini island on the 15th of October at 20:00 and we would love to be there and admire his work.
Although we are sure we will be posting more about this great artist and his amazing sculptures, for a feast of the eyes you may visit his website: http://www.kouskouris.gr