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    From Mykonos: My Future House

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    Lanvin is keeping it all in the family.

    Edie Campbell’s family, that is. The new fall campaign includes her entire family, that means her sister Olympia and a horse named Dolly. Check out the video here to see them all dancing and looking pretty darn good in the fall collection. We aren’t even mad about that mullet (okay, maybe a little)…

    A Family Affair

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    En ce moment, à New York, Ana Kras expose ses dessins… une autre facette de son art. Vous vous souvenez des lampes super sympa qu’elle créait ?

    La série de dessins s’appelle Mothers With Spoons and Relationships. C’est passionnant d’être plongé dans son univers pendant un moment. Elle me disait que certaines personnes écrivaient un journal, mais que sa façon à elle de tenir un journal, c’était de dessiner… j’adore ! Si vous passez par NY cet été, son travail est exposé jusqu’au 10 août. Ana Kraš, Mothers With Spoons and Relationships, Ed. Varie, 618 E. 9th St., Du jeudi au dimanche

    Ana’s Exhibition

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    Although many of you might know this blog as a source for hunting down Berlin’s Best Burger, a have-to-eat-list of the best ice cream and elaborate bread tastings, what is actually also close to my heart is healthy vegan food. Not so much the vegan fast food, which seems to be had on every corner of Neukölln and Friedrichshain (granted, stellar exceptions exist), but the delicious clean vegan food. Not only am I trying to push the popularity by doing my superfood breakfasts at Markthalle Neun, but also by collecting reviews of the nicest places for vegan food in Berlin. And one of them is finally on the blog: Café Vux.

    Almost an institution in the Kiez of South Neukölln, this one’s a cutie. Furnished in very white, with many tables inside and in front of the café, I reckoned many guests spend hours here. Devouring bagels, cookies, cakes or one of the smoothies. They have loads of special sounding drinks on the menu – like a Matcha ginger soy latte with cream or a Graviola celeriac smoothie (Graviola is actually a fruit, I just googled this…) I didn’t dare to go too crazy (just had a giant Burrito) and only went for a soy milk cappuccino (they also have a variety of nut milks) and a cheeze cake with raspberries. Which was both delicious. Gotta come back for one of those fancy shakes or the Sunday brunch (every Sunday 12:00–15:00). But beware if you want to sport your latest plushy fur coat, fur is decisively not welcome here. This isn’t fancy-fashion vegan just for the looks of it, this café is fair and considerate inside and out.

    The post Vegan in Berlin: Café Vux appeared first on Stil in Berlin.

    Vegan in Berlin: Café Vux

    Posted on stilinberlin.blogspot.com 13 Hours, 16 Minutes ago

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    Laura is wearing a monochromatic look in black & white. Her asymmetric skirt is from Missguided as well as her sandals and the cropped top is from H&M.

    Laura monochrome, 080 Barcelona Fashion

    Posted on trendycrew.com 17 Hours, 1 Minute ago

  • lentes: carla di si |  tapado: complotcalzado: nike | medias: victoria´s secret>> BuenosAiresStreetStyle onthecornerstreetstyle.blogspot.com

    Romina, 33 años, fotógrafa.

    Posted on onthecornerstreetstyle.blogspot.com July 28 2014, 8:57pm

  • If this doesn’t make you want to wear eyeshadow…

    I don’t know what will. I’ve got a major packaging crush on this Marc Jacobs shadow palette– reminds me of the watercolor sets I used as a kid! It’s enough to make me want to try a shimmery green lid…

    Paint Your Lids

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 28 2014, 5:20pm

  • I think we should always be able to buy bikinis separately. First because of sizes – it’s pretty rare to be the same exact size on the top and on the bottom. But most of all to be able to play around with mixing and matching them all summer long! Here are three ideas I love. On these words, I’m off to the beach ! Big kiss ! Anna wears: 1: Top, Norma Kamali; Bottom, Cynthia Rowley; Clutch, Wax and Cruz / 2: Top, Lenny Neimeyer; Bottom, Heidi Klein; Necklace, Finn; Sunglasses, Rayban / 3: Top , Zimmerman; Bottom, Zimmerman

    Mix & Match

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 28 2014, 1:14pm

  • When we disembarked the small plane that brought us from Istanbul to Bodrum, in the South-West of Turkey, the question with whom we’d spend the next seven days came to my mind for the first time. Or if we’d have a bathroom for ourselves, or if the bed would be only 40cm wide, if at all. We were on transfer from the airport when I felt a slight nervousness rising in me, was it a good idea to agree to a seven day sailing cruise with complete strangers in the Turkish Aegean? A couple of minutes later it’s clear that this was the best idea ever. All doubts were washed away when we entered the small bay close to Ortakent – an impressive all-wooden sailboat lay at anchor in the quiet waters, two masts reaching up high into the sky, a big dining table on top of the deck, soft couches at the stern and white sunbeds on deck. As if out of a dream.

    After crossing over on a dinghy, we were welcomed with a dinner made by the Turkish chef and met our fellow passengers (from all over Europe) and the crew for the first time. A never ending flow of Rosé wine made it very easy to feel welcome, and the first bites of fresh Turkish food resolved the last tensions. This was going to be great, I instantly knew. I was invited to join this trip by SCIC Sailing, a Turkish-Dutch joint company with four sailing boats offering trips in the Turkish Aegean and around the Greece Islands. It is run by a vibrant Dutch lady and her Turkish business partner, both of which are eager to create a unique, high-class yet comfortable experience for their guests. This eagerness is not only visible in the beautiful yet never over-the-top décor of the ships, but also in their treatment of the crew, the delightful dinners, the layout of the routes and suggestions for trips and excursions. The flexible routes are one of SCIC’s greatest strengths, each tour can be customized to the wishes of the travelers – if your first urge is to see as many archeological sites as possible, they’ll map out a route accordingly. And if all you wanna do is spend your days in a lonely picture-perfect bay, this is what they’ll plan for you.

    And this is what we did: we started in a bay near Ortakent, Turkey, only to set sails for the Greek islands, going from Kos to Nisyros, Tilos to Symi, Datca and then Bodrum. Our days were just like this: after a refreshing morning dip into the water (if my inner weaker self allowed it), a wonderfully filling breakfast with fresh fruits, eggs and Turkish tea, we began sailing to the day’s destination, where we’d have an excursion, later lunch and then maybe some more water “sports” or reading… I read so many books on this trip. Sounds like a dream and it certainly is. Especially when the sails are set and we’ve floated on the water without a sound… And then one of the crew would ask if you’d fancy an iced tea or maybe a chilled rose wine?

    I am lying on a sunbed, it must have been the second or third day, reading a book and enjoying the light breeze when the captain yells “Dolphins!” and all on board hurry to the bow to take a look. Even the crew is excited to see the five or six dolphins swimming close to the ship, accompanying us for a while. It is my first time seeing them up close in the wild, and what fun it is to watch them frolic in the waters.

    When the spectacle is over, the guests retreat to their former spots, while the crew starts to prepare the boat – almost soundless – for entering the bay for the night. While in the beginning I still fell for this weird feeling of being in the way of the crew, they quickly managed to make us feel so comfortable we understood they’d be working (around us), trying to make the most of our experience. This is one big advantage of SCIC: the atmosphere on board, between members of the crew and guests is relaxed, almost amicable, not once we had the feeling of straining or blocking them, not once the atmosphere has been rigid or tense. How terrible it would feel otherwise, as spacious as the boat is, it is still only a boat. Entering the beautiful harbor of Symi. A beautiful, one has to say, 25m long and 100 tons of weight, the Naviga is a classic yacht with seven cabins, each with ensuite bathroom. (The comfort and size of the bathroom was one of the most surprising things – I didn’t think too much about it before, but didn’t expect to have my own shower, neither did I expect to have a double bed with a huge window facing out the rear, making us wake up every morning with a beautiful view onto the water.)

    As said, we were in for a holiday with strangers, we spent seven days with them and the crew sailing in the waters between Turkey and Greece, stopping in the most impressive bays, visiting the loveliest cities and eating the best food. And what had made me nervous during our journey there, became a benefit only – not only did we all get along, I am happy to say I found new friends on board. Only one of the beautiful cafés we stopped at on an excursion Going over to Greece meant we were in for some very interesting excursions, we hiked down the volcano crater Stefanos on Nisyros island, later climbed up the mountains to see the picture-perfect white and blue village (they’ve got delicious honey on this island, which is very fertile thanks to the vulcanic soil saving water). We visited the lonely Byzantine monastery of St. Panteleimon on the cliffs of Tilos island and the overly beautiful harbor city of Symi (where we had an almost perfect Greek dinner with loads of Retsina, a Greek white wine, at Catherinettes Taverna in the harbor.) On the bottom of the volcano – colored by sulfur. While this might sound like a stressfull program, it was balanced by a full afternoon in an unnamed bay back in Turkey and crowned by a dinner on a dreamy beach in another lonely bay. And then finished with some kelim shopping in Datca as well as people watching in the busy harbor city of Bodrum. Datca is actually a lot better to shop kelims, kelim pillows, flower embroidered scarfs and blankets from Uzbekistan and everything alike than the over priced Bodrum which is more specialized in fake designer handbags. When in Bodrum, rather bet on eating in the busy market halls, where you will not only be served great meze (starters), but can choose your fish from one of the many vendors that will be freshly grilled on site.

    The sailing company SCIC owns four ships, for eight, fourteen or sixteen guests, that all go on different routes during the season. One can either charter the whole boat and crew, or join a mixed tour for individual guests, like we did. Between April and late October SCIC offers 14 to 15 different routes and a large array of special tours like hiking, Yoga, cooking or archaeological tours. While most passengers are between 35 and 55, the tours are also booked by many families with children, and many book it year and year again with over 70% of the guests being repeat visitors. An individual tour during high season (book a year early!) is about 1100,- Euros including all costs on deck, food and drinks, excluding flights, transfer and excursions. To charter a boat is starting at 2700,- a week for six passengers, plus food and drinks (385,- per person). More info here. You should seriously consider making this next year’s holiday. (Still not convinced? Watch this video.)

    The post Escape: Sailing in Turkey appeared first on Stil in Berlin.

    Escape: Sailing in Turkey

    Posted on stilinberlin.blogspot.com July 28 2014, 10:09am

  • The round lion bag is from the spanish brand Andres Gallardo.

    Pink on Pink, Paris Fashion Week

    Posted on trendycrew.com July 28 2014, 9:00am

  • Paris – Ana Buljevic

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 28 2014, 8:15am

  • Paris – Manuela Frey

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 28 2014, 8:10am

  • Sara Basch

    Posted on advancedstyle.blogspot.com July 28 2014, 7:36am

  • Anya Ziourova, stylist, Fashion Director at Tatler Russia and Creative Consultant at Allure Russia. The first look is just perfection! She is wearing a Valentino dress, Eugenia Kim hat and a Gucci red suede fringe bag. Over here you will find more on Anya’s style.

    Sunday Inspiration: Anya Ziourova II

    Posted on trendycrew.com July 27 2014, 5:33pm

  • Weekend Inspiration #179

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 27 2014, 1:26pm

  • Chantal in Los Angeles

    Chantal in Los Angeles

    Posted on streetgeist.com July 27 2014, 11:04am

  • Paris – Metro Style

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 27 2014, 9:50am

  • Paris – Daria Shapovalova

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 27 2014, 9:31am

  • Anna Mort and Vincent Uribe were shot at this year's EXPO kickoff at the Richard Gray Gallery downtown. They were standing by the work of Jaume Plensa, in an exhibit entitled "Private Dreams".Anna and Vincent run the LVL3 gallery in Wicker Park and are responsible for some of the coolest art happenings in town. This evening you can see a bit of what they are up to at Alex Scott's "Summer Things" opening, taking place at Study Hall from 6 to 9pm. Vincent is involved with Arts of Life, and the event will be benefiting this great organization that introduces art to individuals with disabilities. More info in the post below. See you there!

    Anna and Vincent

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 26 2014, 6:39pm

  • Weekend Inspiration #178

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  • Paris – Rainy Day Women #2

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 26 2014, 10:24am

  • Paris – Rainy Day Women #1

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 26 2014, 10:08am

  • Paris – Ina

    Posted on waynetippetts.com July 26 2014, 9:46am

  • Photo by Andrew Nawrocki for Groupon Guide to Chicago(see Andrew's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Emma Arnold of Très Awesome(see Emma's Pitchfork 2014 coverage here, here and here) Photo by Ratko Radojcic for Chicago Mag(see Ratko's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Amy Creyer of Chicago Street Style for Teen Vogue(see Amy's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)This one and this one by Drew Anthony Smith for The New York Times were to die for!Check out more Pitchfork fashion photos on:The New York Times Fashion Magazine Refinery 29Style.comBlackbook Chicago TribuneSidewalk Hustleand my coverage for the Chicago Reader:Street View 206Street View 207Street View 208

    Some of my fave Pitchfork 2014 pics by other photographers

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 26 2014, 12:35am

  • Photo by Andrew Nawrocki for Groupon Guide to Chicago(see Andrew's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Emma Arnold of Très Awesome(see Emma's Pitchfork 2014 coverage here, here and here) Photo by Ratko Radojcic for Chicago Mag(see Ratko's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Amy Creyer of Chicago Street Style for Teen Vogue(see Amy's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Check out more Pitchfork fashion photos on:The New York Times Fashion Magazine Refinery 29Style.comBlackbook Chicago TribuneSidewalk Hustleand my coverage for the Chicago Reader:Street View 206Street View 207Street View 208

    Some of my fave Pitchfork 2014 pics by other photographers

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 11:27pm

  •  See some of my fave Pitchfork 2014 Saturday looks on this Reader post here and also read some very serious in-depth fashion analysis by MOI. More detail pics coming soon to the blog!

    Street View 207: Pitchfork Saturday style 2014

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 11:23pm

  • Check out some of my fave Pitchfork 2014 Friday looks on this Reader post here. PS: how did I miss THIS??? More details photos coming soon!

    Street View 206: Pitchfork Friday fashion 2014

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 11:22pm

  • See my Pitchfork 2014 Sunday style coverage on this Reader post here. More detail pics coming soon to the blog!

    Street View 208: Pitchfork Sunday style 2014

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 11:21pm

  • Photo by Andrew Nawrocki for Groupon Guide to Chicago(see Andrew's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Emma Arnold of Très Awesome(see Emma's Pitchfork coverage here, here and here) Photo by Ratko Radojcic for Chicago Mag(see Ratko's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Photo by Amy Creyer of Chicago Street Style for Teen Vogue(see Amy's full Pitchfork 2014 coverage here)Check out more Pitchfork fashion photos on:The New York Times Fashion Magazine Refinery 29Style.comBlackbook Chicago TribuneSidewalk Hustleand my coverage for the Chicago Reader:Street View 206Street View 207Street View 208

    Some of my fave Pitchfork pics by other photographers

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 10:59pm

  • Anna Mort and Vincent Uribe were shot at this year's EXPO kickoff at the Richard Gray Gallery downtown. They were standing by the work of Jaume Plensa, in an exhibit entitled "Private Dreams".Anna and Vincent run the LVL3 gallery in Wicker Park and are responsible for some of the coolest art happenings in town. This evening you can see a bit of what they are up to at Alex Scott's "Summer Things" opening, taking place at Study Hall from 6 to 9pm. Vincent is involved with Arts of Life, and the event will be benefiting this great organization that introduces art to individuals with disabilities. More info in the post below. See you there!

    Anna and Vincent

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 9:25pm

  •  "Summer Things" by Alex Scott happens at Study Hall TONIGHT from 6 - 9 PM, and will be benefiting this wonderful organization called Arts of Life - the boutique will be donating 10% of all their sales to the cause. Plus the art is sure to be amazing. Study Hall - picked as the Best Local Alternative to Urban Outfitters for the Best of Chicago Reader 2013 - is also celebrating their 2nd anniversary this evening. More info here.Chicago Designer Summer Showcase also happens tonight (from 5 to 8 pm) and will be featuring - you guessed it - select local designers and vintage clothing sellers. More info here.This event is sure to be HOT and will be featuring happening local designer Sarah Shikama at the happening Tusk shop (picked as the Best Boutique with Odd Hours of Operation for this year's Best of Chicago Reader). Must go! Tomorrow (Saturday) from 4 to 9 pm. More info here.And last but not least, the great Randolph Street Market this Saturday and Sunday. With all these cool events I guess it won't be hard to find you Lolla look...

    THIS WEEKEND! (including TONIGHT)

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 9:15pm

  • Looking for a good pair of pajamas to really relax in this weekend.

    A few of my picks and more on Pinterest!

    Sleep No More

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 25 2014, 8:09pm

  •  "Summer Things" by Alex Scott happens at Study Hall TONIGHT from 6 - 9 PM, and will be benefiting this wonderful organization called Arts of Life - the boutique will be donating 10% of all their sales to the cause. Plus the art is sure to be amazing. Study Hall - picked as the Best Local Alternative to Urban Outfitters for the Best of Chicago Reader 2013 - is also celebrating their 2nd anniversary this evening.Chicago Designer Summer Showcase also happens tonight (from 5 to 8 pm) and will be featuring - you guessed it - select local designers and vintage clothing sellers. More info here.This event is sure to be HOT and will be featuring happening local designer Sarah Shikama at the happening Tusk shop (picked as the Best Boutique with Odd Hours of Operation for this year's Best of Chicago Reader). Must go! Tomorrow (Saturday) from 4 to 9 pm. More info here.And last but not least, the great Randolph Street Market this Saturday and Sunday. With all these cool events I guess it won't be hard to find you Lolla look...

    THIS WEEKEND! (including TONIGHT)

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 7:44pm

  • To see Kristin's fabulous socks + sandals combo, go to my Reader post here.

    Street View 205: Kristin

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 7:09pm

  • Claudia and Jed show how to travel in style on my Reader post here.

    Street View 204: Claudia and Jed

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 7:05pm

  • Alanna Zaritz of Drawn and Coutured and Gábor Hizó were featured in my Newcity column a few weeks ago. Their take on maternity wear is very unique and extremely cool. Really worth checking out - see their interview here and get the latest Newcity all over town.

    Chicago Looks for Newcity: Alanna and Gábor

    Posted on chicagolooks.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 7:02pm

  • Get to know a bit about Mr Concept himself, Andy Spade. What he can do with a kernel of an idea… Hmmm, where should you go these last weeks of summer?
    You’ll recognize this beautiful piece of music by Erik Satie, and will probably never hear it played sooo slowly. Your life has just been made 46 ways easier, seriously some of these are amazing. The New Yorker. The best English-language magazine in the world. Everything published since 2007. Free. Start here.
    You may not know the name Chuck Jones, but you surely know his cartoon work.
    What’s better, the food or the decor? A dining experience your eyes are certain not to forget. Because we still like the pink, the title, and the approach: BUTT and Rick Owens from 2011. A weekly round up of the best links from Delphine & Wes Del Val.

    The Del Val #25

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 25 2014, 3:34pm

  • Say hello to my summer bff, the white shirt.

    Or white tunic, or anything that’s white, lightweight and covering at the same time. It’s perfect because it breathes, protects from and above all is super sensual. I love!

    The Summer Shirt

    Posted on garancedore.fr July 25 2014, 1:00pm

  • The last weekend of July is already just around the corner – and we’ve been very lucky to have such a beautiful summer so far. One has only to look at this sunset @leila_garfield took from a Berlin classic and tagged it with #linksinberlin! Here’s to many more days like this – and another round-up of things to read and do in Berlin, our own way of showing our love for living in this city! Taking the time to sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee is one of life’s simple pleasures – and in Berlin, there’re so many cafés to choose from. So next time you ask yourself where to go, how about Marta’s latest discovery? As someone who spends as much time as Markthalle Neun as possible, either for Street Food Thursday or the weekly farmers’ market, we’re always happy about the growing food scene in Berlin. The latest addition might be a new farmer’s market in Neukölln: Die dicke Linda! Taking place for the first time tomorrow, don’t miss the chance to stock up on fresh produce while browsing the many stalls on Kranoldplatz! One of our favorite things to do in summer is to ride our bike around the city. But of course, from time to time, we’re glad that Berlin has the Ringbahn, one of the easiest ways to get around. Paul from Slow Travel wanted to change things up a bit and walked all around the city instead. (Have a look at Part 1 as well!) Due to bad weather in May, the Hangover Boheme Flea Market had to be rescheduled. Tomorrow, it’s taking place again at Soho House from 10:00-18:00, so be sure to stop by for some vintage shopping! Time flies: it’s been already one year since Bite Club started! Tonight, they’re celebrating the first birthday where it all began: come along for the street food party at the riverside! The post Links in Berlin: All summer appeared first on Stil in Berlin.

    Links in Berlin: All summer

    Posted on stilinberlin.blogspot.com July 25 2014, 10:08am


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