Liv Ullman and Bibi Andersson in the beautiful picture by Ingmar Bergman, which takes place at his summer house in the Swedish archipelago.
Oh, how I want this suede dream… The taupe, or brown, hue is perfect and very versatile, along with the size of this “Market Bag”. I am pretty sick and tired of all of my black bags, especially during the fall and winter season when you also wear too much black. From The Row and you can shop it here.
I can barely describe by words how beautiful Jacquemus Spring and Summer 2017 collection is. Simon Jacquemus created pieces with inspiration taken from Provençal folk culture in South of France where he grew up as a boy. Also the 80s where definitely represented with puffy shirts and extravagant shoulders. Very flamboyant and very chic.
“After Jørn Utzon left the Sydney Opera project in 1966, he decided to settle on Majorca. The family first bought land up in the mountains, where Can Feliz is now located, but in the first instance, the local authorities would not permit him to build on the attractive mountainside. So instead Jørn Utzon bought land near Porto Petro, situated on a steep cliff facing the sea. Can Lis could then become a reality.”
“Sculpture to me is as much a visual pleasure as is it is a tactile experience.”
Gorgeous earrings from the Brazilian designer Ana Khouri. Above you see her 18K Fair Trade Gold and white diamond earrings.
A friend of mine from New York, Ilona Hamer, started her own swimwear line last year called Matteau Swim. Ilona is a well-known stylist (doing a lot of work for Unconditional Magazine, Styleby, Russh and more) who also got a great eye for design and style. The line is beautiful with modern and classic pieces, very simple yet very tasteful. In their spring and summer campaign (I believe the girls when to Mexico and Coqui Coqui Hotel if I am not mistaken) they have shot their pieces for summer’16. My favorite set is the yellow one, almost mustard in the tone, worn by Phoebe Tonkin and photographed by Alexandra Nataf. The brand has also got a beautiful and inspirational Instagram, which you wouldn’t want to miss for one bit – find it here.
I have quit using all other perfumes other than the ones I have got from Byredo. I wouldn’t call it an obsession, but I would definitely say there something more to it in these scents than any other fragrances out there. At the moment I am using ‘Flowerhead’ for the warmer period of the year (since its lighter and as the name reveal; its got a beautiful flower scent), and ‘Bal D’Afrique’ for the colder seasons. However my new favourites are ‘Blanche’ and ‘Bullion’ (also trying Mojave Ghost at the moment). Two amazing and very fresh scents. Blanche has got blonde wood, musk and sandal wood in it with a heart of peony and violets. Bullion on the other hand is a bit similar yet a lot different with its leather accord and magnolia. If you visit their very sleek website you’ll also very soon discover their extended product lines such as leather accessories – pieces which I am hugely crushing on since they launched at Barney’s. When Byredo opened up their first store in Soho last year I visited a but too often to have a look at their luggage and hand bags. Though those are definitely investment pieces, which is both unfortunate and fortunate. In the meantime I can please myself with a new fragrance at least.
In usual order; I am obsessing over some items at 1st Dibs. Print called ‘Boating in Antigua, 1961’ from Slim Aarons, ‘Double Onos 55’ pendant brass lamp from Florian Schulz, steel contract bench by George Nelson for Herman Miller, chair and ottoman in velvet with chrome motif in bamboo, monumental vase by Nils Kähler, coffee tables from Karl Springer, and Italian chairs with nickel balls.