My boards on Pinterest is a mix of things I love but that for some reason don’t make it to the blog. I mainly save my passions and random ideas for my Pinterest. However, there are tons of incredible pics so just click over for some inspiration ! Enjoy !
Isn’t fall just the best time for wearing stylish hats ?! If you like me, love hats this is the designer to look up ! Laura Apsit Livens’ AW16 collection ‘Puerta’ is fantastic. The collection is inspired by the colours of bright Mexican doorways, pastel colours and Matisse.
I live just across the strait from Morocco and Morocco is one of my absolute favorite destinations (as you probably have noticed already !). Every single time I visit, I am stunned and amazed by the beautiful Moroccan interiors and architecture. And let’s not forget the tiles !!
Characterized by intricate carvings, arched doorways, and colorful fabrics, it should come as no surprise that Moroccan interior design has become very popular around the world.
Here, for your inspiration, are a few of my favorite examples.
I wanted to share with you some photos of the very talanted fashion photographer that I love ! What touches me the most is the tremendous sensuality in his images !
Born and bred in Paris, Lorieux embarked on a career in fashion photography at the city’s progressive Studio Harcourt, before swiftly ascending the ranks of glossy style titles such as Vogue Paris and L’Official during the 1970s, where his alluring, high-contrast view on life and style defined the era.
‘The visual aesthetic of Lorieux’s work bridges the optimistic exuberance of the 1970s and the cultures of new consumerism in the 1980s and 90s. Inspired by pop art, his signature photographs combine high contrast colors with graphic shapes. Working with some of the top names of his time, including Claudia Schiffer, Stephanie Seymour, Karen Mulder, Milla Jovovich and Linda Evangelista, his models bear feminine physiques that radiating a confidently overt sexuality.’ Alicia Reuter
The newly opened floating design hotel OFF Paris Seine is a definite must if in Paris this summer ! It’s a completely new experience, an urban adventure as they call it ! Just the perfect place if you want to disconnect from the city life.
The hotel is centrally located on the Seine next to the Charles de Gaulle Bridge, making it accessible from both Gare de Lyon and Gare d’Austerlitz. It is a collaboration between the French design boutique hotel chain Elegancia and Citysurfing. The converted catamaran occupies 58 rooms and four suites, a bar, restaurant, panoramic lounge, solarium, swimming pool and summer terrace and the rates run between €160 and 450 ($171-483) a night.
Look out, cause the floating hotel will also host a programme of art and festive events in summer.
You now have the chance to take a masterclass with the incredible creative director and stylist Dietlind Wolf ! It’s a fantastic opportunity !
For those of you that don’t now Dietlind yet, she’s the leading stylist in Germany, represented by Taverene agency. Her stories and her exeptional styling is seen in magazines throughout the world. She also designs a line of heartbreakingly poetic and beautiful ceramics, all produced by herself in Hamburg.
‘Dietlind has got an eye for the unintentional and an awareness for the moment. It is the things happening at the corner of your eyes that make her work so authentic’
I’m redoing my roof terrace and actively looking for some cool inspiration so I thought I’d share some of my finds with you ! A shallow balcony can be a welcome respite or a way to take in a summer breeze. When the weather is nice, a terrace or balcony can extend your square meterage, giving you more space for entertaining, dining or relaxing. However, it’s not only fantastic hours up there in the summer, but in the real estate market, outdoor space is gold. It’s expensive, it’s rare, and it can add enormous value to a home.
Here are some ideas to create an amazing outdoor space, no matter how small…
I personally know the floral artist Rebecca Louise Law from her artistic floral collaborations with fashion houses such as Hermès and Mulberry.
This week, the artist presented her first outdoor installation for the West End shopping district St Christopher’s Place. With the simple idea of ‘the arrival of spring’ at its core, her artwork will feature Peony Roses – a prevalent symbol of the season – alongside complementary blooms, rigged above the pedestrianised street. Around 1,200 flowers will be suspended and will dangle over visitors like a cascading Spring veil….