Thursday, June 2, 2011

Where to go?...

...That is the question!

The last few weeks has been very uneventful, so I haven't felt inspired to blog at all, but that will most definitely change. I've also felt a bit troubled about my perspective and direction regarding the blog, so a lot of thinking has been done and is still scheduled. I, of course, write for my own pleasure, but with that being said, I also love love LOVE the comments that some of leave me along the way and, not to forget, my 9 followers (9 is actually my favorite number, but please don't let that fact get in your way, if you want to join my club).

I really like the fact that my blog is anonymous, so readers possibly/hopefully can relate to what I write, but on the other hand, it must be nice to see that person behind the words. So from now on, I will try to show you a little bit more of my soul, but still keeping a distance. I'm not sure if that's one way or another...

Sunday, May 22, 2011

The mini, maxi and in-between

The correct lengths according to Zara

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Models off duty

Claudia, Karolina, Miranda (+ gorgeous family) and Allesandra

Monday, May 16, 2011

Meet the Stones

What a night! Yesterday I went to see the duo Angus and Julia Stone in Vega with my very cultural friend. We started our friendship in Paris, along with our knowledge of the Stones, and both have grown ever since. So when she wrote me some time ago to tell me they were during a gig in Copenhagen, we both booked our tickets on the spot!
And then came the day of the battle. The night I've been waiting for with great expectations, and oh boy, how they lived up to those expectations. 1 1/2 hours of truly beautiful music, what more can you ask for? They managed to create a relaxed atmosphere, where everyone could just enjoy the moment and let go of all troubles, just for a little while.
If you ever get the chance to meet the Stones, be prepared for a lifelong relationship with two amazing Aussies who will, without a doubt, have a song for any state of mind.

Here's a little introduction from me to you. Hope you enjoy it despite of the poor quality and my shaking hands. Happy monday:-)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

100 things I want to do before I die... #97

Guitar Hero

I would really like to learn how to play the guitar. It actually started on the evening of my graduation, where I had my 15 minutes of "primary school-fame", when I was seen talking to the cool guy at my school. He was sitting alone and playing the guitar - I was a bit tipsy/really drunk, and thought: How hard can it be to make music on a piece of wood with 6 strings? We got talking, and he agreed (or maybe my drunken-self forced him) to one day teach me how to play Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton. However, we never got around to that, as I didn't dare to talk to him again.

When I meet monsieur boyfriend, he was the lead-singer/guitarist in the coolest rock band at my high-school, so I hoped I might get another chance to learn to master the instrument. Unfortunately, I later found out that he's left-handed, so now, more than 7 years later, we've only made it to "The wheels on the bus...". Never the less, that doesn't kill my ambitions, so if you know, if this guy gives private lessons, please let me know.


Yesterday was spend with a very cool and ├╝ber cultural friend, watching a danish documentary about Karen Blixen as a voodoo-vixen (!!!). Well maybe that wasn't the main point of the film, but that was what I got out of it. I must say, it has been a while since I've felt this misplaced (I mean, how long has it been since you have been to a cinema where nobody ate popcorn and everybody sat still while ALL the credits rolled over the screen at the end?), but there's nothing a bit of high street power-shopping can't make up for - Thank you Weekday!
Eley Kishimoto in collaboration with Weekday

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Ebony and Ivory