Guess who’s back?

Hi there!

I’m sorry for the way too long pause of mine. The truth is I’ve ben so busy the last weeks that I haven’t had time to prioritise the blog. But now I feel really inspired and can’t wait to get started again.

Lately I’ve been working my a** off. I’ve been working 9-5 monday-saturday in the store and done some styling projects before and after work to gain experience (plus it’s super fun) and build my portfolio, on top of that I’ve been at school and had some finals in different courses such as personal styling and fashion semiotics which has due tomorrow along side that I’ve been working on our graduation project in styling which will be finished in two weeks. But thankfully it’s gone great and I got a really good grade in personal styling so I’m really happy! We’ve also started a new course that’s called trends & society. I think it’s super interesting and our teacher is really really good so it’s very inspiring! I think teachers is the most important thing in the world and luckily for me I’ve had the honour to attend a school with nothing but the most amazing teachers.

I can’t wait to show you my styling project when it’s finished! I cross my fingers that everything will work out the way I hope it will.

Have a great day everybody!

10404161_10152761004438284_3826405038891435847_n-2I think this screenshot from Kanye’s runaway movie is beautiful. the entire movie is beautiful. watch it!


Dior and I

Dior_I_02Dior_I_01  Christian Dior: Runway - Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture F/W 2013

I Love movies and documentaries about or with fashion (of course I do since I’m a fashion nerd..). I saw the Yves Saint Laurent movie the other day and loved it. I also love movies about artist such as Gustav Klimt and Andy Warhol and they often go hand in hand with fashion. In March this year the documentary Dior and I premier which is a behind the scene story about the fashion house of Christian Dior and a look at Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as the new creative director for the brand after John Galliano. I’m really looking forward to see it. it’s always inspiring to see how people work and hear about their vision and inspiration when it comes to design. Raf Simons’ truly is an artist.