Miranda Kerr and her Bambi bag

Saw this photo of Miranda Kerr on a board on Pinterest (I AM such a Pinterest slut, taking everything from everyone) and I loved the simplicity of her outfit. That generated an equally simple but visually nice for the eyes little design. I would take the hat, the little jean jacket and the doe bag (!!!). Let’s ignore the fact that the bag is probably made out of Bambi’s mother and just stare at it in awe for a while.

Kristen Stewart’s ass is showing

OK, so I just came over these pictures and had to display them to you. It’s Kristen Stewart at Twilight: Breaking Dawn part 2 premiere, wearing an incredible Zuhair Murad creation. I’m seriously in love with it. I don’t care for Stewart or her vampire boyfriend or the shitty movies but THAT DRESS. Humma. I love partial nudity (look at that, made me sound like a perv and prude in the same sentence), and if I were half as bold I would cut up all my dresses like that. Gorgeous.

In other news I have a big exam coming up so don’t really have time for you guys at the moment. It’s time to study until my eyes are square and listen to ridiculous amounts of José Gonzalez (my study-mood music). Won’t take anything less than acing that exam for an answer. Ciao! //Mini

Because you’re mine, I walk the line

Look at that, my Johnny Cash playlist inspired me to do a little collage. Well, him and the gorgeous dress from Miu Miu. I would NOT mind wearing that to the birthday dinner I’m going to tonight if anyone wants to give me an early christmas present… Just saying. The heels are an old pair of mine and the raspberry red clutch is from my friend’s Swedish webshop, NotMe.


Here you go, just a quick entry before I head out to school. It’s meant to be an inspiration, either if you’re working on a moodboard of some sort yourselves or if you have any connection to the subject… This specific one I made for a class in Below The Line Media, where the assignment was to come up with a communication campaign to raise awareness of the screwed up sizing system in stores, and prevent eating disorders among youth. We focused on the health part of it all, and the moodboard was really just a quick fix in Photoshop to inspire us and our minds to be creative.