Shirt // ZARA
Skirt // M MISSONI
Socks // MISSONI
Sunglasses // BARTON PERREIRA
Shoes // MOSCHINO
The show is now finished, what a relief to know that everything went as it should! Everything we’ve been working on for the past many months. It’s unbeliveable! Now it’s time for a little bit of me time followed by a whole lot of friends and family.
And of cause a lot of focus on you guys! And prep for fashion week. But first I’ll make a lovely big post about the show, the collection and our thoughts behind it. Can’t believe the response we’ve gotten already, it’s overwhelming! This post is very random, sorry, but it’s a whole lots of thoughts and a whole lot of happiness!
Oh, and btw, how cute is my mini pineapple??
Jacket & dress // M MISSONI
Knit // WEEKDAY
Socks // MISSONI
Shoes // VANS from SARENZA
These days are running wild, time is flying! I can’t believe we’re at the end of january and with fashion week right around the corner. I’m super busy at work, since Munthe is back with a humongous show during Copenhagen Fashion Week, we’re all working our asses of to make it the best ever. Can’t wait to show you guys everything! Stay tuned!
Jacket – Gina Tricot
Dress – New Yorker
Shoes – Just Fab
Photographer – Victor Jones
Styling – Laura Tønder
Model – Silje A.
I love to be creative, and besides drawing, sewing and designing, I really like styling.
I’ve styled myself for years here on the blog, and also been doing a few stylings at photoshoots.
I wanted to show the diversity in Silje as a girl, giving her a 70’s knit look, with a casual vintage tennis knit and the slim scarf. And how it compliments the look with warm vintage tones in the photos.
The minimalistic neoprene coat is a statement piece, I really like how the lighting gives the jacket the most beautiful shadows. I styled it with a sporty and young printed dress and the minimalistic mules.
The flower crown was maybe over the top, but that’s really what I love about it. Together with the simple white dress I found it girly, fun but also quite elegant. I love that Victor played with the lighting and gave the photos the neon look.