As I was saying about white dresses: There’s nothing better right now. It makes you stand out with ease, like Maï-Linh, who I stopped at the Skagen shop opening in Paris last week, because I wanted to capture her look for future reference. She paired her crisp cotton lwd with tan lace-ups, some silver jewelry and pink lipstick. A picture of summer.
As we’re about to move, I’m finally tackling the hard bit: Cleaning out my closet. I’ve started putting some much loved items, like this Acne Amon blouse, up for sale in my shop. So maybe they’ll find a new home with you. I’ll add more in the coming weeks, but there’s loads from Ann Demeulemeester to Topshop in the shop already, and a few kids’ items too.
There’s good reason the little black dress is considered a classic. It’s such a timeless look that you can play with it and make it completely your own. Like Madeleine and Kathrin, who I caught on their way to the Vogue cocktail. Neither of whom are actually wearing a LBD, but rather a modern update – a midi-length dress on Madeleine and top, skirt and tux jacket on Kathrin. Both looking as chic as you’d want to look for a night out.
Carolin Dunkel is that friend you constantly want to ask where she’s found what she’s wearing. The gorgeous dress. The fabulous handbag. The jeans cut in exactly the way you’ve been looking for, but have been unable to find.
I last moved house eight years ago. Do you have any idea how many charging cables it’s possible to collect in eight years that you no longer know what technical device they belong to? A LOT OF CHARGING CABLES.