Burberry and the Tisci-isms

The Burberry Autumn/Winter 2020 collection is called Memories. And the reason for that is simple: it was inspired by Riccardo Tisci’s memories and discoveries that shaped him as a designer. No wonder you can find many pieces and details similar to the ones he created for Givenchy. But this collection is more than just some

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Conversation with friends and the story of 2020s characters + Comparing them to dog breeds

Somewhere around January I read a review on goodreads with the most perfect quote. “Conversations with Friends is another one of those books about not particularly nice people entangled in awkward relationships,” wrote Esil (the author of said review). Conversations with Friends is the second novel by Sally Rooney, a young Irish author. It tells

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For Brandon Maxwell, simple can be better (as long as it has a great fit)

For his fall 2020 collection, Brandon Maxwell showed that sometimes simple is better (as long as it has a great fit). The designer showcased clothes mainly in neutral colors like black, white and brown, with some dashes of color throughout the collection. Unfortunately, low waist pants made an appearance. But the fancy cowboy boots helped

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After 50 years, Jean Paul Gaultier says Au Revoir

For the past 50 years Jean Paul Gaultier acted as one of the kings of fashion. But this year he decided to retire. And to create a giant fashion show celebrating all of his brand’s values and iconic creations, guaranteeing that his last couture collection would be remembered forever. Because this was above all a

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What I Read in January 2020

I believe January is the best month of the year. It is not only a moment for new beginnings and/or a life refresh, but also my birthday month. As a gift to myself I started reading multiple books at the same time, and finished three of them. Other three are still on my nightstand. The

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