Currently in Paris to catch a few shows, I started my daily diet with some fresh bright sun (lucky me)
Another dinner post.
This time was all about Bollywood, the indian restaurant located in a former industrial warehouse at Gazi area, oriental decorated with indian weave patterns and elephant scultptures -but not too indian.
Great food, given that you’re into spicy cusine. Kudos for the Beef Vindaloo, the “Cashmere” (vodka martini cocktail with ginger and saffron), the rose sorbet and the indian psyche music by dj Iznogoud on the decks.
You don’t have to be a fan of flashy frocks -or Cavalli for that matter- to be left speechles with an upclose look at one of the most astonishingly made dresses of summer 2012 collection.
Above, as seen on Ros Georgiou for Vogue Hellas July 2012 issue,
shot by Thanassis Krikis and styled by Michael Pandos.
The first rain of September inaugurates autumn officially. This is a mixtape for the summer that moves to the other hemisphere, made especially for you by Panos, with whom I share similar music taste, and it’s divided in three parts that move gently through genres.
Now if you will excuse me, I have to find a nice spacious hole to put my head and spend winter.
Sequined Chanel bag, before and after it went wild.
The amazing work that has been done with the sequines allows you to move them in waves and play all day long
and never EVER get bored of it.
Singing it non-stop for the past week, I first listened to this Christopher Lyn track from her self-titled album back in 1973,
at Lovers Melt 3 mixtape (so brilliant).
This is everywhere already but I couldn’t resist sharing it with you.
Kahlil Joseph made this magnificent short film and FLy Lo put the music, straight from his upcoming album ‘Until The Quiet Comes’,
out October 1st/2nd.
Pigalles come in threes