My pink craving doesn’t seem to come to an end, so for the last day of Copenhagen Fashion Week I went all in with a sugar colored coat and my Leowulff silver chain bag. I really like the tone-in-tone look, when it comes to adding some color to my wardrobe, pairing it with some blue jeans makes it less girly.

Coat from Acne Studios, Jeans from Redone, Boots from Margiela, Bag from Leowulff



Ganni really knows how to throw a show – this time the location was inside of nightclub, where they turned the dance floor into a runway. The collection was called Damon & The Queen and was strongly 90’s inspired with bomber jackets, tracksuits, slip dresses and platform shoes. Prints and materials as velvet, patent leather and shinny satin was styled together, which in generel created a more interesting take on the 90’s fever. I was backstage before the show, which always is fun as you feel the excitement and nerves from the hardworking stylist Emilie Johansson and designer Ditte Reffstrup.


I was dressed in Ganni from head to toe combining a splash of red with a soft kamel suit.

Picture by Adam Katz





Today I’m kick starting fashion month with Copenhagen Fashion Week, and I cannot wait to see the new collections from some of my favorite Scandinavians. It is worth mentioning that my dear friend and jewelry designer, Orit Elhanati has teamed up with Mark Tan with a jewelry collection that will be awakened during his fashion show tomorrow. The collection is called Stranger and is a series of jewelries with a dramatic, mysterious and textural shape. Orit is known for her playful decadent jewelries with inspiration from nature’s underground treasures.

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