$1,350 – thecorner.com
$2,500 – net-a-porter.com
$80 – topshop.com
$572 – boutique1.com
$3,995 – net-a-porter.com
€7.398 – jades24.com
£35 – mango.com
$173 – shopthetrendboutique.com
$175 – barneys.com
$105 – bellasugar.com
Yesterday, around 3 o`clock a bomb exploded nearby the primministers ofice in Oslo, Norway. A little while later, a political youth camp organised by the primministers party was attacked by a young, ethnic norwegian man dressed as a policeman. The man shot around him and killed an extreme amount of teenagers. The police beleave that the norwegian man stands behind both of the attacks. Until now, 84 tennagers are confirmed dead. The bomb explosion in Oslo killed 7 people and there is a large possibility that more dead bodies will be discovered on both the crime-scenes. Norway is in shock.
I am now in France and it hurts me much that I cant be in my beloved country now. A friend of mine nearly got shot by the attacker yesterday and the possibility that one or more of the deceased are known to me is quite high. If my sister and her boyfriend would have been at home they would also possibly have gotten wounded…
Please pray for the surviving teenagers, this experience may be traumatizing and many of them may be haunted by it for a long time. Please pray for the families and friends of the deceased as well, god knows they need it right now!
One of my many great love affairs (fashionwise) this summer is: The Maxi Skirt
So here is an outfit I put together with the goal of combining the style of the early years of the last century (ca 1900-1920) with the style of the present time.
Hope you like it and get inspired…!
Crystal Renn (top) and Chanel Iman (under) have one thing in common: they are both amazing models. But Chanel is still more feautured in campaigns and runway shows than Crystal, why is that? Because of her size. I am actually one of those who is getting tired of the debate about “plus size” and “streight” models. For me it seems absolutely obvious that “plus size” models are equally beautiful and even healthier than “streight models”.
Does fashion have to be unhealthy? Do designers have to give little girls and teenagers the impression that in order to be beautiful and wear beautiful clothes, you have to be underweight?