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Macarons from Paris

Macarons by Helena Rubenstein

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I have to share this with you. I came across a relatively new Dutch designer and I love her artistic designs.

In the spotlight: Dutch designer Jessica Joyce. Designs inspired by nature and modern art. What do you think of her S/S 2010 collection? (by the way, not only Dutch fashionista’s can get these designs, you can buy your own piece of the JJ label in Amsterdam, Paris and New York!)

Oh and if you are looking for a great internship – on several area’s from media to fashion – I know from inside information that Jessica Joyce is looking! Just leave a response on my blog, and I’ll make shure she’ll contact you!

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Talking about strange collaborations (Barbie and Louboutin), Lanvin has gotten itself into a new collaboration. To celebrate their 120th birthday. (Hurray, Happy Birthday Lanvin!)

Albert Elbaz designed two stamps for the French postal service. To make your christmas card a little more fashionable. But that’s not it yet, there are also pencils, notebooks and paper presses. To cheer up your everyday work and make it even more fashionable. If your Christmas list isn’t overflowing yet (mine is…): pencils and notebooks will always come in handy. Of course, when it’s Lanvin, you want it anyway.

Now there’s only one thing left: make sure someone from France sends you a postcard! Hmm…

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Every now and then there is a fashionshow that catches your attention. For this Summer, the show in Paris by Alexander McQueen caught my eye.

Alien-ish models walking up and down the catwalk wearing futuristic outfits and incredible platform shoes.  Not necessary a show that wows you because of beauty, but a show that wows you by bizarness. Allready, celebrity’s like Daphne Guinness are showing up in these extraordinary creations by Alexander McQueen.

Would you wear it?

AlexanderMcQueen SS 10

AlexanderMcQueen S/S '10, photo: Peter Stigter

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