As you know I really like mixing different materials, which makes a tonal look more interesting. It’s all about working with classic pieces that you easily can style in many ways to get the most out of your wardrobe. A classic striped shirt, white sneakers, hoop earrings and a statement bag is a good start.
I’m on my way to Stockholm as we speak – looking forward to be reunited with my favourites, Sofi and Anine. It’s gonna be 3 exiting and packed days in Stockholm with shows, launch of the magazine and meetings at our The You Way lounge at Nobis. Stay tuned for more…
The second issue of The You Way coffee table Magazine is finally out today, which I’m thrilled about. The magazine will be displayed in 148 H&M stores all over Sweden, where you can get a free issue if you didn’t already preorder it online.
In there you will find inspiring interviews with influencers from the fashion industri, a huge catwalk report, fashion stories and much more. As last time I styled a fashion story that features the tendencies of the season – 70′s boho, Baby blue, Layering, The 80′s Glam, Granma chic and much more.. I’m so exited about this one, photographed by one of my favourite Danish photographers, Oscar Meyer. The shooting took place in an amazing home in Denmark featuring model Rebecca Gobbi, Hair by Sabrina Szinay and Make Up by Gitte Guldhammer. ENJOY!
You can get more info on how to get a copy of The You Way coffee table Magazine here!
I brought this great oil with me when I was on vacation in South of France. I’m a huge fan of the beauty elixir from Caudalíe, so when I heard about this dry oil I had to try it out. It can be used to both body, face and hair – I think it is ideal with a product that is “multi functional” , especially when your travelling all the time and often overpack like I do. The oil is a blend of grapeseed, hibiscus, sesame, and argan oils that leaves the skin with a healthy glow, which is much needed after a day in the sun.
I’ve been homebound for a while, so if you’re, like me, spending your weekend in Copenhagen, then stop by Copenhagen Art Week and Chart Art Fair. This weekend and coming week the city will be filled with art experiences of all kind. I visited one of them last night, the Chart Art Fair. With a focus on contemporary art, Chart Art Fair is a fair that have gathered 28 of the most interesting northern galleries at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, displaying large-scale projects and installations, both inside and outside. One of my favorites was Windows by Ugo Rondinone. During the weekend the fair also features a great range of talks and performances.