The spring has finally come to Copenhagen and life is so much nicer! Last Sunday I was actually able to go for a walk in the city with my family without wearing a jacket, yes, without any JACKET! which is not even that normal in Copenhagen at this time fo the year, so let me …

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My second video lookbook! I called it Scandinavian Summer, because here in Scandinavia we are not necessary spoiled with the best wether during summer. However, colder days mean that you can still wear clothes, which give you more styling options 😉 Denim jackets, flared pants and maxi skirts with sneakers are some of my favourite combinations for …

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I shot this look (aka my brother shot it for me 😉 ) about two weeks ago in Warsaw. We were downtown, the weather was freaking beautiful, the sky was blue, and I found these random big ass stars. I wasn’t sure about posting these pictures, because the sun was so bright so the quality …

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During my last trip to Warsaw I finally filmed and put together my very first spring lookbook! It’s something I really wanted to do for a while so I’m really happy that I finally menage to pull myself together to do it 😉 I’ve been really into youtube for a while and I always thought …

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I definitely don’t agree with people who say that black is boring or that life is too short to wear all black. Life is too short to worry about what you should and shouldn’t. If you feel good wearing “all black everything” than you should go for it ;). I definitely went for it, the …

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You know when sometimes is so weird that it becomes cool? That was the case with this pink granny sweater. While I was in Paris for the weekend, my friend took me to this really cool neighbourhood to check out some vintage shops.

Hong Kong swept me off my feet. It’s one of the most incredible places I ever seen. It’s the perfect mix between Asian and Western culture,

We took these pictures on the way to the 523 Art Zone gallery (more about that in the next post), after having a delicious salad and fresh watermelon juice in the newly opened place in Wujiaochang. When I saw this huge graffiti wall I knew that it’s a perfect place for a little photo shoot.

Yayoi Kusama exhibition was THE thing in Shanghai, mainly because of the colorful spots. I think that the original idea was putting the spots on the wall (so everyone would take part in creating the art) but people figured out very quickly that why put it on the wall when you can actually put it …

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