I just had to do a spontaneous photo shot when visiting The Norwegian Opera House in Oslo last week. I was amazed by the beauty of this building so if you are planning to travel to Oslo, The Norwegian Opera House is a Must see. ItÂ´s a breathtaking experience just walking around the building, especially as you can easily walk to the roof overseeing the city.
Totally in love with this matching set from Mango I bought from Spain few months ago. ItÂ´s comfortable, super easy to dress up with heels or dress it down with a pair of sneakers. When I need to do errands on my days off and donÂ´t feel like making a huge afford, match the trousers with other tops in plain colours with a pair of white sneaker is such an easy to wear outfit. Cropped palazzo trousers are such an essential wardrobe piece this summer.Â Totally in love with this matching set from Mango I bought from Spain few months ago. ItÂ´s comfortable, super easy to dress up with heels or dress it down with a pair of sneakers. When I need to do errands on my days off and donÂ´t feel like making a huge afford, match the trousers with other tops in plain colours with a pair of white sneaker is such an easy to wear outfit. Cropped palazzo trousers are such an essential wardrobe piece this summer.
One of the many benefits of working for Burberry is that I can get hold of stunning shoes from previous collections!
I found a white wall in Shoreditch, I wore my favourite vintage dress and the awesome photographer took pictures of me.Â VoilĂ
I just canÂ´t get enough of the Bohemian style that can be spotted in most of retailers,Â from luxury brands such as Burberry, ValentinoÂ are going all Boho chic (Burberry even named AW15 MenÂ´s Wear collection Classically Bohemian) to the main street brands such as Zara. I just adore the relaxed yet feminine look that makes you dreaming about a century full ofÂ braveness andÂ valour, where peopleÂ´s interest in political awareness, along with liberty of women flourished and increased. The young generation experimented with the thought of a more liberal and openmindedÂ society and demonstrate their newfound mindsets via their style and more relaxing lifestyle. Very inspiring!
The 1th of December were the winners of British Fashion Awards announces at The London Coliseum. Victoria Beckham won the titleÂ BRAND with the motivationÂ â€śA leading British based designer brand that has made an impact on the international stage over the past year with global distribution, stand alone store(s), dynamic campaigns and an e-commerce platform.â€ťÂ Â Â And my veryÂ favourite Anna Wintour Â received the price Â OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARDÂ for her â€śtremendous contribution to the fashion industryâ€ť .Â Also, Mr GhesquiĂ©re got the title INTERNATIONAL BRAND as a non- British leading designer who has influenced and the shaped UKÂ´s fashion industry.Â
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The Red Carpet
Rihanna in Stella McCartney and Olivia Palermo accessorised with jewellery by Monica Vinader.
Charlotte Gainsbourg in Louis Vuitton and Alexa Chung in Emilia Wickstead and shoes from Paul Andrew.
Victoria Beckham wore (of course) an outfit from her eponymous label and Suki Waterhouse in Burberry.
Cara matched her Burberry dress with a pair of Christian Louboutin heels and Anna Wintour in Maison Martin Margiela by John Galliano (the first design released under his creative direction)
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