Wow, just wow. Strong colours, external bras, embellishments galore. Shocked was what I was when I saw Prada's SS14 collection. In contrast to their AW13 I felt this collection was younger and more playful. It is with great sadness that i inform you that I preferred their AW13 collection, but were not discussing that collection here, its time to really look into the collection.

Its obvious that art is a big chunk on the mood board for this collection. Models clad in strong colours and graphic prints. The prints were the slightest bit reminiscent of those in Prada's SS08 RTW collection and were also reminiscent of various graffiti works across the world, and the murals on the walls were obviously street art inspired. I was also feeling that the collections colour blocking was influenced by the artist Richard Lindner. I also felt that the use of visible bras created a feminist statement ( it's no secret that Miucca Prada is active politically ) they created a statement by basically saying ''femininity is nothing to hide, show you're a woman! Show your bra!'' The feminist aspect in the collection is also reminded by the leg warmers, that looked very military and supported the fact that the stylish women can kick ass just as well as any solider. I also think that the fluffy, bright, hawaiian pieces in the collection were trying to paint up a utopia, but all utopias come at a price. ( Clearly since not everyone can afford Prada ) Overall I think that Prada had a YSL moment, the Mondrian Shift Dress, a clear art piece as fashion. That is what this collection does for fashion, it blurs the lines between art and fashion, and is saying that fashion is essentially art, which in my opinion it is. 



Yesterday we played (Dolores Haze) at a party with Sippinkollektivet. Here's some bad pictures of our friends.



 Alice is wearing a burberry coat, ralph lauren pique and gucci bag.



Clémentine is wearing a hat by Ralph Lauren, sheer top by Acne, circle skirt by American Apparel and shows by Prada.!



Another photo from the same shoot as below.



I am featured in this week's blogger looks at Nordic Style Mag alongside with Columbine Smille, Max Westin and lots of other nordic bloggers. Make sure to check it out!


Bought some rings at topshop today. It was such a painful shopping trip today since I had a stabbing pain in my esophagus, but I finally found some descent rings... I had looked in H&M, Monki, Acne, Cheap Monday, COS ( basically everywhere ) and I also bought some white socks to break black trousers and black shoes, totally loving white socks atm. I have proceeded to take selfies, enjoy.

At the moment I'm lusting lots of linen and raw looks, no hemming just pure cuts and loose fibres. I guess I'll have to go looking for some linen eggshell, feels quite specific... 



Clémentine and I were almost wearing the same outfit today. 
Crop tops from AA and Urban Outfitters, docs and 2nd hand groovy trousers. 



Coat from a thrift store, dress from Monki and shoes from Prada.


cold enough

Oh how I've longed for the weather to be cold enough for a blazer or coat over a polo, I love autumn.

keeps me warm

Cardigan from Acne, the pattern reminds me of Harry Potter and Hogwarts somehow. 


day two of popaganda Stockholm 2013

Hey, summer is over you guys.


I have been looking at this scarf for so long now and I am currently deciding which one of my addictions I should cut off to afford this sometime soon. It stands between sushi and cigarettes.

My chosie of colour

This weekend was the popaganda festival and as we use to, my friends and I payed it a visit. We had a great time and enjoyed some great conserts. Besides the great artists the festival also brought the beginning of the autumn with it. We are expecting colder days therefore I have today picked out and changed the clothes on my clothes rack. This autumn I would like to wear different shades of dark and light ping together with burgundy and cherry in layers. Since I always have liked leopard patterned clothes and seeing that it is in fashion, I'd like to buy pans and a jacket that saw at monki, in that pattern. Pics are coming soon