Yes,yes yes! Spring is finally here! Soo happy that winter is over! 23degrees today and getting warmer. I have a very positive attitude today and many ideas for spring looks. What I can deffinately recommend to all my girls out there is start adding colors and patterns to your wardrobe! Yes I know, it’s not summer yet, but there’s no harm on bringing it a bit sooner !
It is amazing how some people are so creative in unique ways. We’ve seen great achievements over the years in many aspects of our lives and especially in technology. So while most of us are trying to come up with a new technological idea, some people go back. They go back in time and find peace with the elements of nature.
Wood is a complex element. It takes time, knowledge, patience and love to create something from it. “Xylo” is the Greek word for wood, an element very difficult to work with, to control and master.
It’s official, New York fashion week is only few hours away. Very soon the cold and snowy streets of NY will be filled with designers, fashion editors, models, makeup artists, bloggers and celebrities enjoying the biggest celebration of fashion in the city. Not long after that, Fashion Week will “move” closer to my neighborhood: Paris, Milan and London.
I’m really looking forward today for BCBG Max Azria and Desiqual and
Diane Von Furstenberg and DKNY on Sunday.
Don’t miss Tory Burch on the 11th and Michael Kors on the 12th.
But mainly I’m curious about all the new designers that will participate in fashion week this time! Looking forward seeing really amazing couture this week!!
For more information check the official Mercedes -Benz Fashion Week website
H&M is one of these brands that can always surprise you. It’s not just a commercial wide known brand selling clothes in good prices. It is a living breathing organism that interacts with its clients and the world around it.
For the past few years it has organized numerous campaigns to help the society and the environment.
Many celebrities know for their concerns and beliefs have helped the company in various ways- from designing clothes to participating in their campaigns.
H&M “conscious- long live fashion” is a campaign based on the fact that the majority of clothes we don’t need or use are thrown away instead of being recycled.