After a brief break, I am coming back all brave with something I wanted to do for a a long time, but first things first: I am a creature who enjoys travel and visiting all places possible and then you come to some wonderful place camera itself is asking to see the daylight. I was in doubts to share this on the blog or not as it’s going to be a little bit different. Anyhow, I concluded this is something to be enjoyed by everyone. What is more, this blog is my temple, as I always say, where all the prettiest evil and calm things can rest. So, here it is- a new little section on the way, begging it all with a drop of Londons’ pride- Borough Market- in the pictures as I wandered there this week.
This year I visited LFW in a laid back moods, dropping by some shows and all around events, all of it squeezed in the works that I did not plan to have. Dressed in my everyday uniform, somehow with no great intentions to join the festival. After a cup of coffee of in Somerset house, a call from work brought me back to reality and, all in all, I did spent only few good hours in the arms of LFW. Anyhow, I managed to do it properly, even though I have only few snaps of all the beauty around to be seen below.
What is more I had a pleasure to meet Ulrike Seeber who –not mentioning the fact that she looks like Claudia Schiffers sister– is a CEO of GVYN, a brand of must-have timeless leather accessories and apparel brand.
For the finals, I spent few minutes in Radio bar Media Lounge and checked out the Olympus Pen camera. The one I wanted to try out so bad, since I do need one handy little camera to have around at all times. Just to feel prepared.
Some women can be eternal inspiration, even in fast forward fashion world, the one that is always tempting us to look for something new. Brigitte is one of those magical creatures who is so feminine and yet so tough. She came back to my ken when I got tempted to get this tunic from Joules, so classic and kind of vintage. Yet I wanted to avoid looking ‘not-me’ too much. In this case some chokers or dark lips would make a perfect match with the dress. Oh, can it be any better!?
Third day of Autumn is on it’s run but weather is still grateful for us. I’m greeting it in a mix of my favorite pieces, yet, this skirt has just left us for better place. Leather is such lovely material but once it gets torn you can barely fix it, it’s a titanic work. What’s why this was no other that best bargain evah, but enough of skirt-talks, it’s time to prepare for fashion weeks and get in the busy mode of it all. I promise, I’ll do it good for blog.
Such unexpected and long break, but it’s the cruelty of life I need to leave my shelter called blog to figure out my life. For better or worse, I bought some new clothing, to feel my loneliness (??), so I’ll try to keep the content going. Even thought I cant stand my camera, the one that is always prepared fail my creative mind and surprise me with sharpness then it comes to blue dress and blue door combination.
Last month of summer is at full speed to meet September. I can’t even write about the autumn, it brings some weird grin to my face. Anyhow, the only way to cheer up is finding new wardrobe pieces. One of my staples, I think first before we fall-for-fall is its majesty Parka. After, my desperate inspection I’ve already found two minimal (with is, from time to time, synonymous to perfect) ones at simons.ca. These are actually made by Twik- new brand one the radar!- and I am pretty sure it’s the same model in different colors. Dark one would fit with statement pieces, but green one would be such a wicked basic with some Chelsea boots and tote bag. Ah, decisions!