Tuesday, 2 September 2014

STHLM FW: Streetstyles

pictures by Daniel Bruno Grandl for vogue.nl & The Styleogaph

A small recap from Stockholm Fashionweek.
The great look of the city was once again enriched by some more fantastic styles.
My favorites were captured by The Styleograph and Daniel Bruno Grandl.

Monday, 1 September 2014

Isabel Marant Lookbook Resort 2015

Isabel Marant Resort 2015
Pictures by Josh Olins

There is nothing else to add.

Friday, 29 August 2014

September Wishlist

A new month is right around the corner and on my list a few things have accumulated.
These things are primarily pieces for colder days, which must be expectable in September.
Autumn has always been one of my favorite seasons because of its special magic and 
the fact that I love to buy coats somehow.
One new arrival per year is aloud. I´m thinking about this navy pea coat from Cos
because I haven´t got  a shorter model like this and I think it is really classic and fits to all of my other clothes. 
Why I´m hesitating? I don´t know. 
The other thing I could buy en masse every autumn are sweaters. 
Knit is my absolute beloved material for winter. 
That´s why I definitely need this knitted navy trousers in my wardrobe 
just like a v-neck sweater like this one from Acne. Two things, which will keep me warm 
and are absolutely worth it, The other things are just some smaller pieces for in between, 
which are also  won my heart immediately. 
Beauty products in general really came up into my focus in the last months and
I begin more and more to pay attention on my beauty routines. 
The Charcoal Konjac sponge by Karmameju really aroused my interest and 
I need to try it out to convince myself.
To cut a long story short, I´m in love with each piece and 
really wish they´ll becoming mine this month.

Coat Cos / Sweater Acne / Trouser Zara / Konjac Sponge Karmameju / Watch Daniel Wellington / 
Sunglasses Ace & Tate / Blush Chanel / Hat Zara / Poster via Tumblr

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Edie Campbell for Vogue Paris September Issue

pictures via fashiongonerogue.com

How I miss Paris when looking at these series by Alasdair McLellan for Vogue Paris.
Edie is wearing a sixties inspired look with pieces from the current AW14 collections styled by Suzanne Koller. 
The pictures having a really retro atmosphere and that´s not only caused by her look.
McLellan has a special talent to capture really timeless moments. 
The pictures could just as well came up in the sixties. 
Paris brings also along a really historical spirit with its magnificent old buildings,
 which makes the story to become so enchanting. 

Model Edie Campbell / Photographer Alasdair McLellan / Styling Suzanne Koller

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Update: DIY Living Room Lighting

For me it´s always so exciting to work on personal home projects.
I love to have an idea of something and to realize it.
The idea of a minimalistic light installation for our living room area came up 
while browsing though a various of interior websites, 
where I often came across the Muuto E27 Pendant Lamp.
I decided against the Muuto lamp because 
I searched something more extensive for the free space and 
therefore we decided to create our own installation.
All we needed for our project was:

11 m textile cord
3 bulb holders E27
3 globe bulbs E27 
( pay attention on the energy efficiency category) 
and that is it. 

We´ve decided also to install a dimmer to regulate the amount of light.
I think, a decision, which was definitely worth it because 
three bulbs spending a lot of light and
 in the evening it´s sometimes more pleasant to have less of light for a more romantic feeling.
All in all we paid around 80€ in total.
With a bit electric know-how it is quite easy to install and take up less of time.
Do you like it this way?

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Pointy Flats

Time between seasons is always a little bit tricky. 
You never know if it is still warm enough to wear sandals with long trousers or
 if it is already to cold for wearing open shoes.
 Everyday I´m asking me the same question.
For me it turned out that Loafers are a good choice for those tepid days.
My favorites of the season are pointy loafer/flats, preferably the designs from Céline and The Row.
I didn´t explored similar designs from Highstreet Labels like Zara or H&M for a smaller budget yet. 
That´s why my selection is a bit high-prised this time but they are just so beautiful.

From upper left corner to bottom right corner:
Tod´s / Nicholas Kirkwood / Gianvito Rossi / Stella McCartney / Chloé

Monday, 25 August 2014


I have really good news to announce!
My FRIDAHANNEGABY Online-Shop with my first own-created products is finally online.
Come visit us on www.dawanda.com/shop/fridahannegaby and discover
our handmade Copper-, Silver- and Gold-Garlands.
Everybody who lives in Europe is able to order its really own garland.
Use it to embellish your rooms, as decoration for a forthcoming event or as a present
for a beloved person - all is possible with these shiny companions.