Cooler days are on our doorstep which brings jeans, jerseys, socks and beanies on our mind. Our Northers European genes make us look forward to warmer winter gear I guess. We were very happy to be asked by Smallable to do a shoot for the brand Hundred Pieces AW/20 campaign. You’ve probably seen it on the boys before. They nearly always grab Hundred Pieces items from their wardrobe as they are soft, easy to wear and funky. This collection is a selection of offbeat essentials, which draws inspiration from urban culture and vintage sportswear.
I am literally taking a walk On The Wild Side here with a post about beauty products. As this lock down slowed our lives down, I got out of my comfort zone and standard routines. After cutting my own bangs and coloring my hair pink, I thought it would be safer to try new skin care product from France. And in the category “everybody always asks me about my morning routine” (which I don’t think anyone ever does) I will let you know why I want to write about this.
Summer is definitely here. Where normally around this time of year we would spend our afternoons at the pool and the weekends at the beach, we are currently still stuck inside like the rest of the world. But that is no reason to ignore the season. Because you can take the boy out of the summer but you can’t take the summer out of the boy! So here we are, enjoying mellow mornings in the bedroom, weekend brunches in our own kitchen and lazy beach days in the lounge.
The festive season is on our doorstep. It always seems so far away until you wake up one day and realize you are late for both getting the house decorated and doing the Christmas gift shopping. Buying useless gifts and things made of crap materials, is something that we didn’t really think about in the previous decade. Yet nowadays, we want to be more mindful about what we buy. We also want to think about where we buy it from. And we care about the lifetime of the items we gather around us. Besides that, we personally rather give our money towards a creative who puts passion into every item he or she produces in stead of to a large, un-personal chain.