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Pool! You will definitely need a swimming suit there. Let’s see the most amazing pools from around the world. Which will be your destination no.1?  1. Hanging Gardens, Bali 2. Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Turkey 3. One&Only Hayman Island, Whitsunday Islands 4. Six Senses Yao Noi, Thailand 5. Piscinas das Marés, Matosinhos, Portugal 6. Bondi Icebergs, Sydney For… Read More

Vivienne, The Queen

Vivienne Westwood has just showed her Spring/Summer 2017 collection during Milan Fashion Week. Whether you like her or not, she is still The Fashion Queen. Involved in politics since ever, the designer Viviene Westwood started her Spring/Summer 2017 presentation at Milan Fashion Week with a short video addressed to the British Prime Minister David Cameron. She raised her voice… Read More

Designer’s best friend

Partly sketchbook, partly encyklopedia. In “Fashionpedia” you find everything that a young designer might ever, ever need – from manufacturing and sewing to fashion history on 336 pages. So good to be back to Saturdays’ inspirations. “Fashionpedia” made by Vikki Yau, started as a Kickstarter project. The book is a visual fashion dictionary covering all the technical terms… Read More

Summer trends from street

Just before summer hits the cities, we take a look at street fashion. Three undeniable trends for SS16 are folk, stripes and gray. 1. Folk Linen or cotton hand-embroidered pieces are easy to wear and super comfortable for summer. You will find everything, from dresses to bags and earrings to match this style. Photos Getty/ Diego Zuko 2.… Read More

“The Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice” by Gucci Do you remember the story of the ill-fated lovers? The director Gia Coppola casts a contemporary lens over the Greek legend, starring Lou Doillon the and the Pre-Fall 2016 collection. (Source:


Reserved Bestsellers are our most popular products. In other words – it’s all you like the most, for example this boho denim skirt with pockets. Go to and find more stuff, that others already fell in love with. Photo Reserved

We have written recently about patchwork, but this new campaign from Burberry tells much more about it. Shot by Mario Testino and reimagined by British artist Luke Edward Hall makes it really worth seeing.  (Source: