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Month: March 2015

Bare Essentials

Pictures by Inès Monnet To show off the minimalist edge of this outfit, we took a break from our usual locations. The garden awakening to the morning light of spring created an enchanting setting. It was still too cold to be wandering about with only this H&M silk deep-V neck dress. So I was wrapped… Read More »

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Grandma’s Got Taste

Pictures by Inès Monnet My grandmother was a coquette dresser with a most amazing dress sense. Even if she was just hanging about in the house, she would be all dressed and made up wearing lipstick. Hers was a generation where social graces, grooming and fashion were a part of their education (remember Swiss finishing… Read More »

Baby Pink Rock

Pictures by Inès Monnet How would you style a baby pink coat without looking too girly? I would avoid trims or bow details (eg. on the hairdo, top or shoes) that accentuate femininity. Go instead for the opposite: grunge, punk or rock. I went for the last. I wore La Redoute buckled cut-out boots, Rebecca… Read More »

Stay Flat

Pictures by David F. The trend for flat shoe trend this spring suits me well. Though most of my shoes are heels, I can’t help wanting to go flat. So I recently added another pair to my all-white collection – the Superstar Adidas that I wore with a knee-length lace trim skirt. It’s an unusual… Read More »

Post-Winter Hipster Mood

Pictures by Inès Monnet While New York is amazing, Lausanne has got its perks – a selection of interesting architecture and an easy escape to the calm environs of the lake. It is a privilege I am always thankful for and never take for granted. We shot this outfit in the old streets near the… Read More »

Red Details in the Cold

Pictures by Inès Monnet It was bitterly cold and windy in Lausanne that day. This look is not of my usual mix of colors. Instead, I layered my grey T-shirt with a sweater of a similar shade. I wore my camel coat from La Muse boutique in Geneva and completed the look with a red… Read More »

Bye bye New York

Pictures by Kelly de Geer Editing by me On our last full day in New York, a bunch of us (Kelly, Alison of bangbangblond, Ken and I, decided to head out again to Williamsburg for brunch. It felt like spring – it must have been the warmest day (about 3 C°) in the fortnight we… Read More »

ootd pictures by Ken Moos Editing and other pictures by me The culinary highlight of this trip must be the treat to an exquisite lunch at the Mandarin Oriental. The Asiate restaurant is on the 35th floor overlooking Central Park. We took the special two course menu but the foodie that I am just couldn’t… Read More »

Magical Winter Light

Pictures by Ken Moos Editing by me Winter does have its good sides – in no other season will you get this soft diffused light for a photo shoot. We shot this outfit in front of our apartment in New York. It was late in the morning and the reflection of the sun on the… Read More »