As promised, here are some pictures of my weekend at Coachella. Not the best pics, since I did not take my camera, but it will give you a pretty good idea of the experience. Continue reading
Last weekend, I was invited to the Coachella festival for the first time. I will talk about my Coachella experience very soon on the blog, but meanwhile, here’s the look I picked for the first day of the festival!
Last week, I was flattered to be invited to Jade Jagger’s new fine jewelry launch at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. Continue reading
I confess, I am the most snobbish person when it comes to kids toys, especially boy’s toys. I find them most of the times ugly, noisy, and I would hate for my living room to look like a Toys R Us store. In a ideal world, my son would only have nice wood & antique toys, in neutral beige or light grey colors. Well, in a world where Jules would not ruin the hardwood floor by throwing them on the ground, with the endless energy of his 20 months, which happened hundreds of times!
All this to say that I had a real crush on OMY Design & Play, a genius kid activity MADE IN PARIS which goes beyond my wildest dreams: its aesthetic, creative, SILENT, cultural, design and super trendy! FINALLY a kid’s drawing you wanna hang in your living-room (let’s be honest please). Continue reading
There’s nothing like a white little dress to feel like Summer is coming, right? I I got the perfect one from Cooper and Ella, a brand which designs beautiful and easy-to-wear basics which are suitable from desk to dinner (something I really value since I hate to feel overdressed). If you did not know the brand, they are now available on Amazon!
My favorite outfit (well, for now, you know me…) for the Summer 2016: a long cotton dress draped on the front (Iro), paired with gold sneakers (Reebok) and a vintage denim jacket (Levi’s). It’s so easy to wear and can suit any situation. Oh, and take a look at this adorable Sandro suede bag, my big crush of the season! Continue reading
Summer is coming, and with it an accessory which won’t leave you: your sunglasses. To me, sunglasses are like everything else: I ALWAYS want a new pair. But once you buy a $400 Thierry Lasry pair…then lose them…and bought another one which is now damaged because you bring them all over the world…you think twice before you buy another expensive pair of sunnies.
Especially because nowadays new brands or designers offer stylish and super affordable models; like Polette, whose concept is to suppress the intermediate costs between the factory and the customer. The result: sunglasses under $40, prescription glasses under $20.
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