It took me some time to have an epiphany and match those three garments together and that didn’t happen till the last warm weekend of fall. Better late than ever, so here is my favorite and much tired “Meduse” Balenciaga tee, a silk chiffon Jasmine Di Milo cardigan and an Intimissimi lace skirt, all in the most beautiful pastel colors. Accessorized with a Jil Sander transparent clutch and the MCM wallet that a calligrapher once wrote my name on.
Ι don’t know if you’ll be able to get back to work after finding out that the best cocktail outfit actually exists
and is somewhere near you:
The silk metallic shirt by V Society combined with the devoré sheer skirt was my discreet -ahem- outfit at the
InStyle fashion party last week.
Snapped together with Katerina Psoma and Michael Pandos for In Style magazine, November issue.
Satin sandals with metallic strap by Dior. Vintage velvet clutch.
Three days of eating and sleeping under the sun, listening to running water, birds and crickets at Kinsterna.
This is what I call a proper summer goodbye. Now bring it on.
Clean cut, white pure and as simple as that.
You have to love the bias cut of this Zeus + Dione flared outfit composed by a loose blouse and a perfectly fitted skirt, made of wool and silk. As well as the sharp neatness of Yannis Sergakis fine jewelry: Two pairs of long Crochet earrings with diamonds made of pink and white gold and two Liens necklaces made of yellow and black gold with brown and white diamonds accordingly.
Photos by Ioanna Chatziandreou
Leather shoulder bag Marc Jacobs. Suede cut out booties Sante.
Last night, at the fashion show of Mi-Ro Fall/Winter 2014-15
The internationally renowned art critic Francesco Bonami has been appointed as the new curator of yoox.com’s art section. To celebrate the beginning of this collaboration, yoox.com debuts a unique artwork by one of the most innovative Japanese artists.
Takashi Murakami has created a limited edition of 125 pieces, hand-signed and numbered by the artist himself and entitled “Contemplating Dark Matter” and “Standing on the Bridge Linking Space and Time”, exclusively for yoox.com.
“The collaboration between contemporary art and fashion is of great effect. It’s what makes people open their eyes. I always get my new ideas from these collaborations, this is why I like to collaborate with yoox.com. I believe contemporary art is a tag for the history, while fashion is an approach for movement”. Takashi Murakami
There are some new entries on the block and here is all in full display.
I love sector “Beauty” but those of you who know me for a while most probably have noticed that I have a thing with hair. I use a few beauty products but hair, well is my thing you know.
First of all, Kérastase has a new, quite important launch. “Discipline” is a procedure that offers discipline, of course, and anti frizz control to the unruly hair that actually stays untouched from humidity, while at the same time is easier to style. It is divided in two parts: The first one is the Discipline Protocol that you get to do in an authorized hairdresser. I did mine at Ilias Zarbalis, and I came out with smooth, shiny and lightweight hair that will last for ten hairwashes. The second part is the one you do at home by using accordingly the shampoo, mask and anti-frizz spray, to preserve the “Discipline” effect. I loved it.
Famous, beloved greek brand Korres just put out the most magnificent CC Cream I have ever used, based on Wild Rose, the trademark ingredient of Korres beauty products since the very beginning. This colour correcting cream SPF30 is a multi-tasking product: a moisturizer that brightens the skin while at the same time covers all the imperfections, for a make up free look.
And then we have a very uncommon perfume, “Black Opium”. Coffee Floral, boyish and dark the new fragrance by Yves-Saint Laurent 37 years after the launch of the legendary “Opium” is highly addictive. And how cool is that bottle, right.