1. I’m all for books and teas. I’m even more for fashion. And further beyond for art.

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  2. glasses - Polar/ coat, pants - New Yorker/ velvet heels - H&M

    It’s seems so ironic to me that whenever I’m out the sun is nicely shining but when I do want to shoot a look it’s all of a sudden fn’ thunderstorm. However, it didn’t force me to leave my heels at home. I decided to take out my recent newest pair of purple velvet H&M heels which to that time hadn’t had the chance to be worn in public. (Cause I secretly also wear my girls at home). I combined them with New Yorker pants of identical color and faux fur fluffy coat of the same brand. Very decent, very ladylike. As a accent to the whole nonchalant look I put on one of my Maybelline lipsticks in “Lady Red” shade. When I looked at the photos after I had got home I realized that with particular used colors I sort of look like I got inspired by Tinky - Winky. To be more exact - purple Tinky - Winky from Teletubbies who was a male and worn red handbag which was considered as a bit controversial at that time. Very weird connection but among it all also unforgettable memory for me cause its series were a very big highlight of my nightlife childhood.

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  3. Elisabeth Erm By Emma Summerton For Vogue Germany April 2014

    Another April Vogue inspiration which has caught my eye recently. This time from Germany where Elisabeth Erm stars in an editorial called “Scheinwerfer” which is placed in a hotel room full of structures and filled with blue, a bit sick looking effect of a searchlight. Shot by Emma Summerton and styled by Patti Wilson with exceptionally beautiful clothing pieces.

    K.V.

    Pictures from Fashioncopious.

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  4. sunnies - Gate/ jacket - Stradivarius/ shirt - mum’s vintage/ black pants - Zara/ heels - Badura

    Dressed in black. As usual.

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  5. One of my very few paintings of people which I created almost two years ago. It is a portrait of a classmate who modeled for us back then. The biggest element of the whole artwork is her thick gorgeous red hair in contrast with green background and real headband made of bright yellow dandelions which were collected few hours before the drawing class. Being always more of a monochromatic painter I was quite scared when I found out how crazy colors I was about to use. Because I accidentally picked too many and there was no way of returning them back in tubes. It was one of a first colorful tries that actually worked somehow. By an accident.

    K.V.

     

  6. “Women, like art, have no age.” - Josep Font (designer for Delpozo)

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