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In the Mood for : Swim, Smile & Summer

Dear April, you are all my favourite S words Sea – Sand – Sun – Smile – Swim – Summer – Saturday – Sunday ! “Wildflower” for Muse, Summer 2011. Starring Bambi Northwood-Blyth. All photographs by my new favourite photographer : Tim Barber I’m so in love with his natural style, it could bring the free spirit of our souls out for smile. wish you all have a great April holidays!                            

The State of Taste

“It’s nice to be glamorous, but I don’t want to always have to be trendy and glamorous and an object of desire. I don’t want to be stuck in that forever. Because it doesn’t last.” said Scarlett Johansson Scarlett has always been my muse, not in fashion, but in being a woman. I love how she keeps it simple, effortless and low-key in the April issue of WSJ Magazine This set is totally blowing my mind. Looking into her eyes, one can be frozen in time for a min. images :

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Turning Pages : Thisispaper Inaugural Issue

Favorite online magazine website has produced its very first printed paper, The ‘Thisispaper Inaugural Issue’. I didn’t hesitate to order one and it took two or three weeks flying from Warsaw to Bangkok. Unpacking the long distant boxes is one of the feelings I like most, the act of carefully pack and unpack is just enjoyable. Here I put some pics of the book and the inside. The layout and pictures are beautifully printed, giving the more stunning impression than in the web. Many white spaces also, and I like their aesthetics of leaving some space for the reader’s own mind. order here at Thisispaper

Prairie : Weekday by Matthew Ames

Affordable Scandinavian denim-centric store Weekday has teamed up with the hyped American designer Matthew Ames for a denim capsule collection. “It’s about focusing on what is integral to the design. It’s something quiet, but powerful. The Prairie School developed a new vocabulary for design and aesthetics that considered the way people live. The collection for Weekday represents these same goals,” says Matthew Ames.             My love for Scandinavian fashion is always in my blood and has been steadily increasing for years. The passion emerged even more when I see this perfect collaboration of the American post-minimalist Matthew Ames and Weekday. They has created Prairie – a denim based collection consisting of a quiet yet powerful range of essential pieces,  where all garments can easily be mixed and combined. The pieces are paired-back, minimal and premium. The collection – Prairie – is an elegant line inspired by the purity of American prairie landscape mixed with the American architectural style The Prairie School. Matthew Ames has become known for his close attention to detail and craftsmanship that always strives for simplicity and purity. …