I’ve been obsessing about this piece of art from the talented Phoebe Philo – the shape of these sleeves are so beautiful and the perfect contrast to the simple navy blue turtleneck. It’s one of those pieces you will keep in your wardrobe for ever!
The Swiss design duo Sarah Kueng and Lovis Caputo exhibit colorful and minimal handmade pieces at Etage Projects in Copenhagen.
The exhibition is named ONOFF and is a series of experimental and playful pieces including the marble and Travertino objects, and a series of objects and screen prints that play with the temporal properties of natural light on their reflective surfaces. Everything is just super well-made, so go check it out it will be displayed until March.
I just returned from Berlin, which was such a wonderful few days – this city is really growing on me! We stayed at my favourite spots there, which is Soho House in the Mitte district.
I spend my day hanging out in the ground floor, called The Store, in between shows. I’ve mentioned this place before, but this is really the perfect combination of a cafe, gallery and retail in one. I wouldn’t mind moving in and pretend that all the clothes was my own private wardrobe. There is everything from The Row, Balenciaga, Loewe to Vetements and Proenza Schouler. The founder and creative director, Alex Eagle, nailed it by creating a place where you want spend all day, working, eating, shopping or just hang out.. She quotes” It’s like a shop- able private home for everyone to spend time and where everything is for sale from the sofa you are sitting on to the record that is playing.”
I really like the industrial look with the mix of danish furniture, art installations, books, magazines, music and beauty products. Also a great way to welcoming everyone, who aren’t a part of the Soho House membership to get a place to hang out and have great healthy food and green juices. For sure a place to visit next time you are in Berlin.
The scene was set when Dorothee Schumacher showed her Fall/Winter 2016 collection yesterday in Berlin. The collection had the perfect authentic 70s feeling combining tradition with a predilection for liberty prints in a graphic symbiosis. The collection is called Limitless Identity and you for sure get the feeling that there are no limits to where this collection will take you, from fluid flowing dresses, skater gear details and elegant monochrome jumpsuits. My favorite was the cool overall look in light beige.
At the cocktail Tuesday night, I was wearing one of my favorite looks from the Spring/Summer 2016 collection and for the show a pair of wide legged pants together with a red knit with the back detail.