staring at the sun

protect your eyes with some of the finest sunglasses

a selection of Sonia Rykiel & Dior


in a studio

a pair of Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci platforms and a vintage flipper machine, in a studio in downtown athens


Aurelie Bidermann

a small sample of the work of Aurelie Bidermann for this summer- check her previous and full current collection here, she’s pretty amazing



Dimitris Petrou had a concept behind his summer collection and it was about the easy days of late August, about love and harvest, sunkissed faces and innocent thoughts. the most complete and even collection of the designer so far, with fine fabrics, sophisticated accessories and details.

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check more backstage, catwalk and crowd pictures here, of a girl that did a pretty good coverage


real fantasies

Prada & OMA present: Real Fantasies

The seasonal magazine of Prada is an absolute eye magnet because of the artwork  and the graphic design through which the OMA team chose to present the summer 2011 collection. I pulled out some pictures to see for yourself.

Production: AMO/Rem Koolhaas, Alexander Relchert

Artwork: AMO/ Fausto Fantinuoli

Photography: Phil Meech


crystal heels

now that the weather becomes sweeter and sweeter it’s time to take my new patent leather candy pumps out of their box. that day back in february when me and the miu mius came closer, i didn’t just stare at the collection. i bought a little something for me- i can’t always look and not taste you know, it’s not fair.



stars as prints or details on the clothes, great for the summer, some designers felt they should put an open-sky touch in their collection.  shorts and shirt by Jean-Paul Gaultier.  top and jacket by Miu Miu.


Matthew Williamson for Bulgari

apart from the Bulgari fine jewellery collections which are undoubtably amazing, i think Bulgari accessories from bags to sunglasses are boring to death. then comes someone who’s the exact opposite in style and design and gives the magic touch.

 in this case british designer Matthew Williamson, who’s well known for his colorful prints, designed for Bulgari a small capsule collection of bags in geometric lines and visionary kaleidoscope prints that you find it hard to take your eyes from.