I am back in LA battling jet-lag. I was sad to leave Sweden and it’s bitter sweet to be back. But as I got off my airport shuttle in Hollywood, breathed the heavy air and smiled at the jolly bums singing along to a boombox as I dragged my suitcases across the stars up Hollywood Blvd, I couldn’t help but feel at home I can’t believe how fast this trip went by.
“Projection LA induces both an appearance and a disappearance; it revisits our existing landscape with new eyes and envisions the building’s surfaces as screens for the projection of our desires’, Lamouroux describes. ‘essentially the motel – an incarnation of impermanence and passage – remains closed. the lime wash adornment thus re-imagines the building as an architectural model transposed in an urban environment. impenetrable, it preserves the indetermination that nourishes our curiosity
One of my favorite trends right now are pastels, particularly this very pale blush colour. When styling a mono-cromatic look such as this one, I think that the trick is to play with different textures and slight variations of tone of the same shade. I put together this entire look from Zara when I was in Sweden. This sweater has a really fresh cut and its super cozy, in case
Yesterday at 11AM an event that will go down in LA fashion history took place… Nasty Gal, the e-commerce super-sensation, opened its doors to the very first #BrickAndMurder store, as founder Sophia Amoruso likes to call it- why? Because she is killing the game! Of corse the #GirlBoss herself was on location at Melrose in Los Angeles, to cut the pink ribbon (with very appropriate emoticons) welcoming everyone and signing copies of
Grey is every shade has been a big colour this season; for clothes, accessories, hair and also nails. It’s absurd, but I feel like I can’t mention this colour without talking about that book. I don’t even want to say the name because I’m sick of hearing about it, and I am not going to go on about it. Let me just say this; I am an avid reader, and