Tuesday, November 29, 2011

MARNI for H&M: In store on March 8th 2012!!

Being busy lately with school stuff, I had no time to post anything.

However, when I just read about, who is going to be the next collaboration partner of H&M after Versace I simply had to share this on my blog!

The collection is inspired on classic Marni pieces, like their 7/8th pants, pleated dresses and jacquard knits. All executed in tribal meets Bauhaus prints.

During my internship at Karla Otto, I was in daily touch with the latest Marni collections. Not really been convinced about the label, I might change my mind when I see some more pieces of the collaboration for H&M. Maybe I get surprised again - like I was with Versace. 

You all enjoy the video and I go back to my homeworks! 


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Hot or Not? But definitely Fun!

I took this picture in a wig shop at Albert Cuyp street, Amsterdam.
I love this area because of the surinamese food, which I Love Love Love!!!

So when you get the chance to travel to Amsterdam, you simply have to try the surinamese kitchen, which you almost cannot find anywhere else besides Suriname.

Anyways, I got totally crazy when I saw all these different wigs (long, short, curly, straight, with fringe, all colors you can imagine etc.). I tried all of them on and me and my friend had so much fun! Wigs could be a funny accessory for a party.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


Spotted at Massimo Dutti's and Mango's online shop:

I love this contrast style... The top is simple but the bottom extravagant.

I have already tried these silk payama trousers on twice in September but I wasn't sure if it really matches to my wardrobe. However, even after 2 months I still like them - which is most of the time a good sign. Maybe I am lucky and I get them on sale!

I have already spotted Andy Torres from stylescrapbook.com with this dress at a Mango Party and I immediately loved it.
Now it is available online! Especially the back of the dress is adorable!

House of Harlow 1960: Sunburst Cocktail Ring

One of the first pieces Nicole Richie designed after launching her jewelry brand House of Harlow 1960. 

This ring is the perfect accessory for a bohemian-chic style. Ever since I have spotted the ring I wanted to buy it but I never went through. And now since the ring is available in different colors it is even harder for me to make the decision!

Which color do you prefer the most?