That's right, my blog is now officially totally fab! I know right!? Fab must be the most awful tacky word ever, but it's perfect for my new project. Delivering my style onto your screen, to help you find your drive to the fashion maze of trends, traditions, shapes and colors.
I'm quite aware of the fact that I haven't posted so much lately. I've been very busy lately (mostly with enjoying the nice weather) and I must admit I've been a bit lazy when it comes to blogging. So here are some drawings I made recently. Check out some more and let me tell you what I've been doing past few days
The latest Chanel show was hosted last monday at the palace of "Versaille" in France. The show with al the fountains in the old gardens is just amazing. The designs by Karl Lagerfeld were based on the 18th century Queen of France: Marie Antoinette. Therefor he emphasized on the hips, which was very common in those days. I'm predicting: we just found ourselves a whole new trend for the female figure for the upcoming decade.
Here's another lookbook look of me. I wanted to pay some attention to this little watch I got from my grandmother. It was once my grandfather's. I never actually met him, since he died before I was born, but I like to remember him by wearing this little timeless piece
Here's my latest creation, my Musa-Pop poster. The poster I made for our schools semi-annual Pop-music event. I know it's a tad late, since the evening was hosted last friday but I didn't found the time to post about it earlier because I also wanted to include some photo's from the "making-of" my poster...
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With all the fuss about Brad Pitt, I wanted to pay some attention to Angelina Jolie as well. Two weeks ago I saw "the Changeling" a movie, set in the 1920's. And ever since, I wanted to report about this look. So I thought: Now is the time.