Cruising the canal in the middle of London – take these narrow long boats to Camden market!
… of the Martin Creed exhibition? Absolutely nothing and absolutely everything. Though, I must say, I loved it! Never laughed so much going to a gallery before. Farting machine and a room filled with balloons (which we got trapped in) were right up my alley, well… something else was also right up, but I will leave that as a surprise for those who choose to explore the art (?!) on the terrace (the view of London Eye will never be the same again). At the Hayward Gallery until 5th of May.
What better way to spend a sunny day in London than in a green park with some sparkling bottles & fresh fruit, and then top it off with the most charming outdoor flower cafe?!
500 vintage Singer machines – pow(!) – this store design is quite particular
Is Love & Food (and some hipster music)
Read my entry featured at the London Fashion Weekend.
A tribute to the Scottish designer Holly Fulton.
Strolling through the city.
// IFS celebrates emerging designers from around the world //
Too many cakes, too little time…
Highly addicted to our daily sugar injection, we ended up buying carrot cake, apple strudel, banana cake and tiramisu at temptation island: Borough Market. Watch out for some serious love handles!
Is full of surprises and “secret happenings”. The mission of every week is to attend completely random and rather unusual events, so last week we ended up at an outdoor cinema located in a rooftop garden. Barbecue, wine and a dash of fresh air were all included in the tickets ;)
Baggy // Edgy Cuts // Orange Hues
Some New York Fashion Week favourites in collaboration with FashionMingle
London is a world of its own.
Don’t mind strolling around Brick Lane Market this Sunday. Come rain or shine, London is amazing. Though, less rain please. Weather here is a bit schizophrenic.
…in Chinatown – having some Japanese food.
Finally here, my new home for a couple of months. Loving it!
By Ti Mo did their first appearance at the Copenhagen Fashion Week this week and no surprise, they nailed it! My absolute favourites are the brown furry coat and the long romantic dresses. My camera was unfortunately half asleep so all pictures are a bit blurry..
– by Ti Mo–
The most feminine drinks I ever had! Decorated with rose leaves and mixed with rose water, just perfect for a night at The Royal Danish Opera.
Nothing beats the Old Town (Gamla Stan) in Stockholm. So beautiful.
The standard of the new school (textile fashion center) is without a doubt pretty okay. Just have a look at these two study rooms, romantically decorated with elegant elements. Kick-started my master thesis in Borås this weekend: 140 days to go! Help…
The fairytale streets of Bad Tölz including the most magical dessert; chocolate covered fruits and glühwein. Not bad at all to be strolling down these streets after my bum got beaten blue at the Kaltenbach ski resort. Apparently not all Norwegians were born with their skis on…
My internship at the Norwegian fashion house by Ti Mo has come to an end, which means that the next five months is all about my master’s thesis. After a proposal from ESPRIT I will do a study about the end-use of garments. Searching for a more sustainable fashion approach. Excited to get this major project started!
–all dressed up in by Ti Mo sparkles–
Here we go!
Some of the fun from 2013! Kookyswank.com is a sleepwalker, but if you are looking for a whole bunch of randomness; follow us on Instagram @kookyswank. Let’s make 2014 a year to remember!
Long time, no post. Anyways, the very last year at the school of textiles is on. And speaking of that, the school moved into brand new buildings this summer and it is now more like a fashion center where everyone related to the industry can keep in touch. Pretty cool I must say.
Let’s continue with the sporty spice theme here. That rock you see there, in between two mountains, it was crazy scary to get up there. Only reason why I did it was because there was no wind, and well… we had to get the famous tourist picture. First and only time I will take a pic with the risk of falling down a 1000 meters. Where? Kjerag.
Driving to Stavanger we managed to find the perfect spot for a lunch break. Somewhere between a small unused cabin and the road, this ready-to-break-down-anytime bridge worked as the most idyllic bench giving us the best view of Norway. We were supposed to drive more or less six/seven hours, but due to heavy sheep traffic, well.. let’s just say we made a new world record in the turtle race. Say what?
… must definitely be here!
The very last days of vacation was spent at the beach, up in the mountains and strolling the old and colorful streets of sunny Stavanger looking for the best coconut ice cream.
Girly flower accessories!
Lots of art in the streets of Paris. Here are some pictures from this summer!
In lack of a proper jewelry box this former chocolate box works as a temporary stand-in.
Lots of memories in one small box!
Sicily was beautiful.
Amazing scenery, nice people and insanely good food (for me who loves pizza and pasta;)).
Did someone said vacation forever?
A gift from the talented and creative @agustssonasa. Love this very alternative use of light bulbs!
…. summer is still on!