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It’s time to get down to the first layer with Acne Studios, who yesterday relaunched a underwear collection. The collection features the Acne Studios logo on the waistband and comes in a regular and high waist briefs as well as boxers for both men and women. “Underwear should be beige or skin-colored, because I prefer no underwear” says creative director Jonny Johansson , which explains the choice of the neutral colors.  In my opinion also something that makes them more basic and simple, which I really like. What really makes the collection stand out is the beautiful packaging and the amazing campaign pictures and the 6 different videos shoot by Ryan McGinley – the collection is limited and available in a few selected stores and online from today. 

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A wide leather belt is a must have in my basic wardrobe this fall – not only to use on top of an oversized coat to give them a feminine curve like here, but also together with an A-line skirt and a thin turtleneck for the seasons 60′s look or just on top of a heavy knit.

Finally I had took my time to get my hair done, which was MUCH needed – I went for a warm honey color, which works well together with my already winter pale skin. My hairdresser, Mie at Studio Cim Mahony, worked her magic when she cut my bangs – the length is more versatile now and easy for my to style like here with a feminine sideways.

Bordeaux leather belt from COS,  Woolen coat from GanniTurtleneck from Isabel Marant, Jeans from Envii by Pernille Teisbaek, Suede boots from Jimmy Choo, Golden necklace from Orit Elhanati, Gold bracelet from Georg Jensen


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Speaking about the 70′s vibe.. A while ago I bought this beautiful silk scarf from Gucci in these brown, beige and golden shades. It adds something more playful and yet still classic to a simple white shirt or t-shirt – and for sure something we will see much more of next season.

Scarf from H&M, Silk scark from Gucci, Silk scarf from Burberry Prorsum

Shirt from Céline, Jeans from Anine Bing, Scarf from Gucci, Gold ring from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen.



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Frida Giannini for Gucci work out the perfect balance between the 1970′s glam and a deluxe everyday look. For instance the suede kimono jackets together with a pair of loose jeans, a silk scarf tied around neck, suede boots and a matching waist belt to give it a feminine definition. The colors worked out great together with the casual  silhouettes and exclusive accessories.


I really liked the more classic pieces from Acne Studios SS15 collections with a 1970′s tailoring, silk dresses and open shirts. The accessories gave it a more fun twist with the golden embellished loafers, chunky golden chains, silk scarfs and leather briefs – need to get my hands on those loafers.


The color palette at Chloé was stunning and very 70′s with variations of brown, camel, cream and denim. Floaty long dresses, voluminous shirts, tailored suede jackets and unwashed denim made the collection super balanced between an feminine exclusive feeling to a more wearable effortless look.  Again the accessories really enhanced the 70′s vibe with suede gladiator sandals and brown croco bags.

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