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NEW MIRRORS FROM VIPP

Mirror, mirror… ON. MY. WALL. NOW! The Danish design label Vipp, known for its iconic pedal bin, has recently launched a a new collection of beautiful minimalistic mirrors, available in 3 sizes for your bathroom, bedroom or hallway. 


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SPRUCE UP YOUR: BATHROOM

Time to spruce up your bathroom! 1.) Strap Mirror from Hay (also available with extra straps like this one in mint) // 2.) Reminds me of the DSW Eames Chair: Washstand Ray from ex-t // 3.) Mint Hair Brush from June Ainscough via Niche Beauty // 4.) Ballo Toilet Brush from Normann Copenhagen // 5.) Sachajuan Body Wash // 6.) Donut Bath Mat from Odd Future // 7.) Acrylic Box from Nomess Copenhagen // 8.) Plate from Alessi for all the tiny bits and bobs  // 9.) Even toiletpaper can be a decorative in this wire basket from Ferm Living


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LULU & CO RESORT 2014

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Yeah, I guess I like Lulu & Co’s Resort 14 collection! It emerged from a collaboration with Beverly Ealdama, a Californian high school student and illustrator, Lulu Kennedy discovered on tumblr. I’d love to wear a one of those sweaters with Beverly’s cheeky slogans. Pictures via WWD


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TRENDWATCH: ALL SHADES OF BLUE

The ocean can’t be wrong – there’s a big blue wave coming up and all of its shades go very well together. From left to right: Perret Schaad SS 14, Hien Le SS 14, Reed Krakoff Resort 14, Ter et Bantine Resort 14, Chloé Resort 14, Sonia by Sonia Rykiel FW 13,  Aeron SS 13.

How to buy this trend on a budget: Sheer Panel Seam Tee from Topshop, 40 EUR // Panelled Chambray Skirt from Topshop, 60 EUR // Vagabond Tulipe Sandals from KaufDichGlücklich, 39,90 EUR // Blouse Shirin from Carin Wester, 58 EUR // Royal Blue Pants from Clu via Emeza, 155 EUR.


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CLOTHES AS DECORATION

I have to admit I often leave my clothes lying around. But maybe I’m hypercritical – those pictures from Fantastic Frank prove that clothes can make superphat decoration. 


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ONLINESHOPS: SHOP MAGAZINES AT PRINTE

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Sundays are for reading and that’s why today I’m coming up with some great news: Lovely Alma Clausen from alma. has always had a huge love for everything printed and now together with her boyfriend she has launched PRINTE, an onlineshop for carefully selected magazines. So lovelies, now head over to PRINTE and cop your favourite issue. And don’t forget to browse through their inspiring tumblr as well! Have a nice Sunday!


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CHEZ MARLENE

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Marlene Søerensen’s blog spruced is one of my daily reads and, curious as I am, I’ve always been wondering how a person with such a great sense for style would live like. Then Marlene listed her space at airbnb and my jaw dropped while browsing through these pictures. (For those who don’t know airbnb yet: it’s a trusted online marketplace that connects travelers seeking authentic experiences with hosts offering unique, inspiring spaces around the world). So you Berlin travelers if you don’t know where to stay, Marlene’s apartment is the place to be! 


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LISTENING TO: ZEBRA KATZ – LST CTRL

I’m somehow feeling brainwashed after watching this super hypnotizing video (directed by British director and photographer Matthew Donaldson) and sound from Zebra Katz: Lst Ctrl on Nowness.com. And I want his coat. 


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SUMMERSHOES: THE RICE CO

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Those classic slipons were once worn by Mediterranean fishermen, farm workers and artist like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Spanish manufacturer The Rice Co has redesigned this heritage using the same molds in the same factory where expert shoemakers have been making them for decades. Available in a wide range of fancy colour combinations for reasonable 39 EUR. One pair for every harbour, boys?


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CARAVAGGIO WALL LAMP

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How gorgeous is the new Caravaggio Wall Lamp from Lightyears  designed by Cecilie Manz? Little beauty will light up your life wherever you want – in your reading corner, your bedroom or your corridor. Available in black and white. Styling: Yellows


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GON AW 2013/14

Today I’m loving the AW 2013/14 collection from GON, a young Austrian label founded by Christina Steiner, a graduate of Raf Simons and Veronique Branquinho at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Especially the nitfy accessories (light pink combined with metallic green, wohoo!) have caught my eye. Available in their own webshop.


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MSGM X TOILET PAPER

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I don’t know but I’m totally intrigued by the collaborative unisex sweatshirt collection from print-frenzy label MSGM and the image-only Italian magazine ToiletPaperAvailable at ColetteLane CrawfordLuisaViaRomaSSense and The CornerVia Wallpaper.

 


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MY SALE PICKS

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To be honest: I really hate sale time. So many temptations, so much hesitating and in the end my size is always sold out. But this time things went swimmingly and those fabulous items made it into my shopping basket. Tropical Intarsia Sweater from Opening Ceremony via Matchesfashion (50% off!) // Orange Cocktail Dress from MSGM via Emeza // Perforated Espadrilles in Acid Sorbet from Dolce Vita via Shopbop // Blossom Nailpolish from Barielle via Niche Beauty // Riga Skirt from Dansk in Dusty Pink. Tadaaa!


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SPRUCE UP YOUR: READING CORNER

1. Neon Letters from Seletti, ca 47 EUR // 2. Tio Side Table with marble top from Massproductions // 3. Geometric Cushion from Mika Barr // 4. The New New" from Distanz Verlag, 49.90 EUR // 5. Alessi AshtrayDesign Marianne Brandt, 140 EUR // 6. Grey Vitra Organic Highback Chair, 1700 EUR // 7. Aalto Vase in Salmon Pink from Iittala, 59 EUR.


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KAIBOSH SUNGLASSES

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Thinking of sunglasses you probably wouldn’t think of Norway, no? But I bet from today on you will as Norwegian newcomer label Kaibosh shows up with their ubercool sunglasses and optical glasses. All glasses are made by hand with one vision: that eyewear should be affordable and fun. And they are affordable indeed, 100 EUR each, so now I will head over directly to their webshop and cop my favourite pair! (or maybe these?)


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