These are the perfect pants for spring, the shape is amazing while the fit is effortless, and they make any simple top look cool. And I’m in love that little bag.
Posts Categorized: April 2009
My friend Per Age, the designer of FIN informed me that I was featured in Nylon Japans May issue, he is responsible for the scans as well, thank you so much Per Age!
I wished I could read Japanese, is there anyone out there who are able to translate? The picture is taken during this previous New York fashion week, and I’m wearing a Sass & Bide jacket, Club Monaco pants, Acne Box boots, F21 bag and watch by Dyrberg/Kern.
Today I was wearing a studded leatherjacket with fringes from Bess, my boyfriend’s sweater, cut off stockings and Acne Box boots. Please keep your eyes of the strange solution i decided to do with my bangs… It’s growing out and has this weird length which is hard to deal with some days.
Today was a wonderful and sunny day here in New York, and this is what I wore: Dress from Helmut Lang, small top from American Apparel, bracelet from ebay, rings from F21 and a random goth store in Paris.
A good friend of mine Marius informed me a few days ago that I was mentioned on Style.com. I’m amazed, it’s just such a big compliment and honor to be mentioned in the best and most important fashion web-site there is.
My blazer is vintage Pour, when come to think of it I don’t really think it can be described as vintage really, since I’m suspecting it to be only a few years old. I got it in a vintage store in Stockholm. My pants must be from the 80’s, they are vintage Jean Paul Gaultier.
The wonderful coat is from Burberry, the shades is from Versace. Sadly I don’t remember where his sandals are from, all I know is that he looks absolutely stunning. I love how the color of his sunglasses matches his coat.
I met him in the Meatpacking district today, and this is the first street style picture i have shot with my old analog Nikon camera and I’m so happy with it. I love his style and the cardigan is really the cherry on top.
I’m wearing boots from Acne, shorts from Urban Outfitters, tank from Alexander Wang, mini top in shiny silver from American Apparel, studded bracelet from ebay, armor ring bought in a random Goth shop in Paris, smaller ring from F21 and last but not least a hat from Tonica, a great vintage store in Norway.
I saw this painting by Martin Kippenberger a while back at Moma, and I have been back a few times after that and can’t take my eyes of it. The painting is from a snapshot he did, and then he hired a painter to make it into a painting.
I could not believe my luck when I passed this old couch in the pile of black garbage bags on the street the other day a little north of Soho, so I did my own Kippenberger.