• Fashion,  Fashion News

    VOGUE: 6 Top Covers from the Fashion Bible

    As a big fan (even a collector) of Vogue magazine, I have always found it interesting how such a thing is created. Most of you have probably watched “The Devil Wears Prada”. Well, this is the movie that motivated me years ago to start my career as a fashion journalist. It turned out that creating a magazine is a form of art. Here is why: The new editor-in-chief of the British Vogue creates such great covers that I keep asking myself if he’s going to replace Anna Wintour one day… Edward Eninnful is the 11th top editor of Vogue in the magazine’s 102 years history. However, he is the first man to run…

  • Fashion,  Looks,  Trends

    Her Royal Highness – The Headband

    Perhaps every girl has dreamed of becoming a princess as a little girl. I used to do so, too and I simply wanted to remind you of these naive, but beautiful visions we have all had. Today we all need a little something to make us feel special. Here is where hair accessories, which are a top trend this season, come in handy. That’s why I introduce you to the Bulgarian brand Studio Affiche – the brand probably every Bulgarian blogger is crazy about. Every accessory of theirs is created with a lot of love and attention to detail. It also has the ability to make you feel like a modern…

  • Fashion,  Trends

    Embrace your Inner Boss Lady with the Suit Trend

    Suits on women look totally normal. Although it wasn’t always this way. Back in 1914 Coco Chanel created the first female suit. However, it was in the 1930s and in the 1940s, during the Second World War, when many women started wearing the then-typical men’s attire. They went to work to fill their jobs at home as men were away fighting. Some ladies worked on farms or as munitions workers, helping to build weapons in factories. Others joined the military. As feminine touches like ruffles, embroidery, lace, and other embellishments were banned, women were forced to make use of the unseen-so-far comfort of the suits. They even started wearing them in their…

  • Fashion,  Fashion News,  History of Fashion

    Karl Lagerfeld – the Legend, which the World was Lucky Enough to Witness

    Nineteenth of February 2019 – the day when the world learned about Karl Lagerfeld’s death. The 85-year-old designer is famous for being fashion’s multitasker, the king of fashion and Kaiser Karl (a friendly nickname given by Vivienne Westwood). Well-known for his white ponytail, his dark sunglasses, leather fingerless gloves, and his controversial opinions. Karl has an impressive capability to notice the newest trends and has a never-ending desire to keep on creating. Every year he made 8 collections for Chanel, he worked on pret-a-porter collections for Fendi, as well as working on 3 different lines for his own brand (Karl Lagerfeld). Fanny Moisant, who is one of the creators of…

  • Fashion,  Lifestyle

    Tips for Productivity & Inspiration

    The first two months of the year turned out to be really productive for me. We changed the layout of the blog, and I’m preparing new posts. I’d like to talk about not only about fashion, traveling, and beauty. As Coco Chanel says, “Fashion is not about that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street. Fashion has to do with the ideas, the way we live, what is happening”. So I want to talk about things that inspire us and make us happy. Also, the interviews are coming back to the blog! 🙂 How to be more productive? 1. Clean your space. If you don’t…

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    Spring 2019 Haute Couture Week: Highlights

    This year’s Spring 2019 Couture shows in Paris show how technology and fashion can create unbelievable masterpieces. A marvellous mix of decades, styles and cultures – perfect for the dedicated fashion lovers, the people who know something about history of fashion. A lot of brands have gone for unusual shapes, structures and volumes to create impeccable looks. Haute Couture and fashion as art are being questioned in the last years. Last week, however, designers have proven the skeptical people wrong. They showed beautiful clothes on the runway, which are eye-catching even on your phone’s small screen. Whether they have created them to do exactly that, or not – we surely…

  • Fashion,  Fashion News,  History of Fashion

    Clare Waight Keller – the designer who kept the biggest fashion secret of 2018

    May 19th 2018. A historical date for Clare Waight Keller’s career when it was finally revealed that she is the designer of Meghan Markle’s wedding dress. Everyone was not only impressed by the classic and modern elegance of the dressed, but also by the fact that the new creative director of Givenchy had kept the secret until the day of the wedding. She herself did all the fittings with the Duchess of Sussex. The dress took hundreds of hours to make. No one else in the Givenchy atelier, however, knew the identity of the bride. In 2017 Clare became creative director of the French fashion house, which was first opened in…

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    Beauty,  New Articles

    Carbon Coco: My Honest Opinion

    It’s almost midnight and I’ve just brushed my teeth with my Carbon Coco kit. They feel smooth and clean. This has been something like a ritual for me for the past 2 weeks. The truth is, since the products are all natural, the results won’t come immediately. In the era of social media and all the perfect examples it shows we all become self-conscious about the color of our teeth. We all want to look like our favorite influencers and are ready to try new things in order to achieve that. More specifically, you notice how white their teeth look and want to do something about yours despite all the…

  • Fashion,  Looks

    How to Style Leopard?

    Leopard is undoubtedly a statement. It’s a trend and a classic at the same time. There is quite a thin border between looking chic & classy and wearing a trashy look. You have to make sure the whichever fabric leopard is printed on is expensive-looking. Also, let the print speak for itself – don’t add more accent pieces to this outfit. I decided to pair my coat with something more unusal than a sweater, but still comfy and easy to find in any store literally. This beige hoodie complements the camel tones in the leopard print. As for the black jeans and combat boots – they pair up perfectly with…

  • Fashion,  Looks

    Christmas Editorial

    This is not a post with any specific piece of advice. We shot these pictures to inspire you to create a nice and cosy atmosphere wherever you are celebrating Christmas. Wear your comfiest knitwear, surround yourself with the people you love and don’t let anything ruin your mood! Happy holidays, cheries!  Share in the comments below how you are spending Christmas this year.