After Paris and Lisboa, I am ending my European vacation in Biarritz, in my family house, where we took these pics, wearing this cute Fabric Hunted and Collected romper. It is no longer news that I am addicted to this Parisian labels (check out this post and this one for instance) that designs awesome jumpsuits/garments with handwoven textiles.
Posing in lingerie on the most beautiful and hidden Parisian rooftop…challenge accepted! Wearing nothing but this cute lace ensemble by my designer friend Ninon Retro. This oversize and flowy top is your best ally for the Summer (with denim shorts, high-waisted jeans or with the matching panties) and is now on sale on her eshop 😘 !
Hey guys! I’ve been taking a little blog/social media break during my trip to Lisbon with the hubby, however I wanted to show you this cute front-tie top from Shein that I packed and wore on several occasions, and that is under $10 right now! These pictures were shot on the rooftop of the fun artsy hotel we were staying in, Lisbon Short Stay. I will prepare a post about my fav spots to go in Lisbon soon!
Fashion is the world’s 2nd biggest pollution industry, and even if I absolutely love to find new collections every week at Zara or other mass-production brands, I can’t ignore that it comes at a great cost for our planet. That’s why I’ve been trying to buy more “slow fashion” items and local designers for a while. I collaborated with Fame and Partners to introduce you to their “Anti-Fast Fashion Shop”.
Parents! Read this post carefully, because I am about to give you the best travel tip, for when you are traveling with the little ones.
While in Paris, I stopped by the Fabric Hunted and Collected showroom to check out the new collection and grab a few pieces for my holidays in the South of France and Portugal.
If you are following me on IG, you know that I am currently in Paris to visit my friends and family! I traveled alone with Jules (daddy will join us in a few days), so it’s been tough to keep working, taking care of him, adjust to the jet-lag AND post on the blog. That’s why it took me so long to post this outfit that we shot in Los Angeles a few weeks ago. I partnered with the Parisian designer Harpe Paris, who sent me this adorable floral blouse. This label was created by a mother and daughter, both passionate about fashion and craftmanship and their romantic and bohemian collections are Made in France. Do you like it?
You might not be aware of it, but this tiny silicone sponge is shaking up the beauty sphere. Wondering why? Cosmetic companies and makeup artists have been telling us for years to apply our skincare and makeup with brushes or foam sponges. It’s supposed to give your foundation a flawless finish, make it look more even and keep all the oils and bacteria from your fingers from clogging your pores. This is assuming that you clean your brush/sponge regularly and let it dry completely before you reuse it. Let’s face it, I barely have time to apply my makeup (and I am a little lazy), so this is too much of a commitment for me.
Then I had the opportunity to try the Kissbobo Silicone Makeup Sponge, and after 2 weeks of using it, here are 5 reasons why you should swap out your fingers/foam sponge/brush for it:
I’ve been spending a lot of time in the Arts District lately. First, because the Hauser and Wirth space always has cool and free exhibitions (check out this one that I recently posted on my IG), and also because I am a big fan of the restaurant Manuela that recently opened there. I am posing in front of it on the pic above, it’s an open place with a great mid-century design, and the brunch is so yummy! If you wanna try the place let me know, I’ll be happy to go back 😘.
Dior said it first on their IT-tee last September: “We should all be feminist“. Well, lucky for us (the Dior tee was $550), the feminist tee is now a street-style staple, and you can find so many cool and more affordable versions of it on the market, like this one from SIX02! Shop my look and a selection of 5 cool feminist tees at the end of the post!