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A digital atelier where inspirational
women in fashion share their ideas

Square corners

by guest contributor Myrthe Giesbers

Peggy Guggenheim at her home on The Grand Canal, Venice … mid 1950’s. Found here. Explore: art, artists, portraits
"The wall of the Dome", Katsuhiro Otomo. Found here. Explore: art, artists
Willem de Kooning, Abstraction, 1948. Found here. Explore: art, yellow
Source unknown. Found here. Explore: fashion photography
Oskar Schlemmer. Found here. Explore: art, artists
Meridian, Barbara Hepworth. Found here. Explore: art, sculpture
Calder with Steel Fish, Roxbury, 1934, photograph by James Thrall Soby. Found here. Explore: portraits, sculpture
Looks Chloé de la collection printemps-été 1966. Found here. Explore: design, fashion
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973 ). Found here. Explore: art, blue, portraits
Masha Reva For Jacquemus: ‘By The Sea’. Found here. Explore: campaigns, fashion photography

Myrthe Giesbers is a photographer and director based in Amsterdam. Find her here!

Space travels: Amsterdam with Hannah van Well

Inspiring women share their favorite spots in the cities they call home.

Hannah van Well works as a stylist and fashion editor. Here, she shares her favorite places in her home town Amsterdam. Follow Hannah here.

Huis Marseille

My favourite museum in town is this photography museum, which is located within two monumental canal houses. They have housed some of the most inspiring modern photography exhibitions, including the works of Rineke Dijkstra, Viviane Sassen, Jamie Hawkesworth as well as new talents such as Julie Greve. Wandering through the houses and its beautiful garden and garden house always make me feel very relaxed and inspired. I also love the library, in which I can spend hours browsing though their beautiful collection of photography books.

Keizersgracht 401
1016 EK Amsterdam


This cult cinema is located in a former anatomical laboratory, and offers an inspiring programme of unconventional films, documentaries, art house and modern classics. I only recently discovered this place and love picking a random film from their programme and be surprised and inspired. They also offer a dinner & film combination, as well as meditation classes (which are in English and open for all levels), which I would both love to try some time soon.

Arie Biemondstraat 111
1054 PD Amsterdam


The best shop with a beautifully curated selection of some of my favourite brands, including Lemaire, Acne Studios, Totême and Jacquemus. The owner has great taste and a strong eye for beautiful pieces and brands. I love its location just outside the usual shopping route and the relaxed vibe in the shop, which makes it a beloved spot for locals. Bonus: they have a great selection of menswear too.

Ceintuurbaan 111
1072 EZ Amsterdam

Mick Keus

For years I’ve been going to Mick’s jeans atelier to get my perfect fitted jeans. Mick has stacks of original Levi’s 501 jeans, in a variety of shades and washings. After picking your favourite, he tailors them to fit perfectly. Since I bought my first jeans at Mick, I’ve never wanted anything else and now have a small collection of perfectly fitted jeans in my closet. If you want one, don’t forget to book an appointment in advance, as Mick’s jeans are in high demand.

Bergstraat 3
1015 AV Amsterdam

Restaurant As

This restaurant is located at the edge of a park, away from the centre in a secluded former church and is a hidden gem. I love coming here during summer, as there is a big terrace and garden, but the beautiful interior also makes it a lovely place to come during winter. The menu is shaped by the season and includes high quality local products, partially from their own herb garden. They cook on an open fire in a wood oven, and have their own bakery that makes the most delicious sourdough bread.

Prinses Irenestraat 19
1077 WT Amsterdam

World of Jessica

by guest contributor Jessica Hans

The robotic arm on NASA's Mars rover Curiosity delivered a sample of Martian soil to the rover's observation tray for the first time during the mission's 70th Martian day, or sol (Oct. 16, 2012). Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS. Found here. Explore: Space, travels
Pouch Cove, Newfoundland, Photographs by Bob Brink. Found here. Explore: books, nature, travels, water
The stylite cone, Pasha Baja valley. Cappadocia, 1935. Found here. Explore: nature, travels
Inside a Wood Kiln, photographer unknown.. Explore: photography
Alois Arnegger, “Snowy Alps”. Found here. Explore: art, nature, travels
Joan Miro, “Pumpkin with Birds”, 1954. Found here. Explore: art, sculpture
Fascinating Experiments in Physics by François Cherrier, Sterling Publishing, NY, 1979 (originally published in France as Experiences de Physique Amusante, 1975).. Explore: green, still life
Granite African Alpinus. Found here. Explore: beige, nature
Brancusi, Prometheus, 1926-29. Found here. Explore: art, sculpture
Sisiutl, one of the main dancers in the Winter Dance ceremonies, wearing a double-headed serpent mask and shirt made of hemlock boughs, 1914. Edward Curtis/Library of Congress. Found here. Explore: dance, people

Jessica Hans is an artist and designer based in Philadelphia. Find her here.

Space Travels: Cape Town with Gabrielle Kannemeyer

Inspiring women share their favorite spots in the cities they call home.

Gabrielle Kannemeyer is a stylist, photographer and creative director. Here, she shares her favorite places in her home town Cape Town. Follow Gabrielle here.

MilQ and Honey

Founded by Kelly Davids, partnered with Chad Sonday, Milq and Honey is Cape Town’s one stop health shop. Set on the bustling long street it resonates goodness and health. Definitely stop by for smoothies and good vibes.

227 Long Street
Cape Town, 8001
South Africa
@MilQ and Honey

Maison Mara

One of my favourite shopping experiences in Cape Town. Owner and founder, Kelly Withey and her knowledgeable staff always takes me on a wonderful journey every time I’m in the store.
You can expect to shop labels like JW Anderson, Kenzo, Balenciaga, Proenza Schouler and Malin + Goetz.

5 Jarvis Street, De Waterkant
Cape Town, 8001
South Africa

Studio One Fitness Studio and Gallery Space

A secret training space tucked away in the heart of Cape Town, only those who know, go. Steering away from all of the strange lights and smoke machines many of Cape Town’s fitness instructors have incorporated into their aesthetic, fitness instructor Clint Sylvester prefers a more minimalist approach. Sylvester cares about more than mass building and weight loss. His approach encompasses overall wellness and sessions often include meditation. If you’re looking for a trainer who cares about your health and wellness and a space to call your own, sign up now before the herd catches on.

30 Dorp Street/136 Bree Street
Cape Town, 8001
South Africa

AKJP Collective

Before there were many, there was one. I used to source from this store when I was just starting out in my career many years ago. Owner, designer and founder Keith Henning has given many an artist a space to exhibit and sell their beautiful wares. His sharp eye continues to curate emerging talent alongside established artists effortlessly. His shop on 73 Kloof is a must see.

73 Kloof Street
Cape Town, 8001
South Africa

Sans Community

Sans is a neighbourhood grocer and home store connecting local communities with farmers, makers and producers grounded in holistic practices. They want to encourage mindful personal habits.

277 Main Road, Seapoint
Cape Town, 8005
South Africa

Guest mood board by Stephania Yepes

by guest contributor Stephania Yepes

From A-POC Making by Issey Miyake and Dai Fujiwara, 2001. Found here. Explore: art, books, red
by Vanessa Beecroft, 1990. Found here. Explore: body, people
By Kazumi Kurigami for Viva magazine, 1978. Found here. Explore: fashion photography, nature, yellow
A-POC Le Feu, by Issey Miyake and Dai Fujiwara, Issey Miyake spring/summer 1999 collection. Found here. Explore: 90s, fashion, red
"Friends" cover, Amii Stewart, 1984. Found here. Explore: 80s, artists, red
Irving Penn Regards the Work of Issey Miyake, . Found here. Explore: books, fashion photography
Farida Khelfa, by Jean Paul Goude, 1985. Found here. Explore: 80s, hair, models
Danse d'esclaves by Agostino Brunias. Found here. Explore: art, dance, people
Bashi-Bazouk by Gérôme, 1868-69. Found here. Explore: art, portraits
Farida Khelfa by Jean Paul Goude for Azzedine Alaia fall/winter, 1985. Found here. Explore: 80s, fashion photography, hair, models, red

Stephania Yepes is a fashion stylist based in Barcelona. Find her here.

The fit

by guest contributor Nobuko Tannawa

Frowst series, Joanna Piotrowska. Found here. Explore: men, portraits
Cristaseya # 10 by Andrea Spotorno. Found here. Explore: photography
Jeff Wall, Changing Room, 2014. Found here. Explore: red
Vogue Paris, by Inez and Vinoodh, August 2009. Found here. Explore: beige, fashion photography
by Thayaht (Ernesto Michahelles). Found here. Explore: art, artist
Ellesse. Found here. Explore: campaigns, fashion, fashion photography, portraits
Bridget Hall by Steven Meisel, Vogue Italia, 1993. Found here. Explore: fashion photography, models
Naked Man, Back View (Leigh Bowery), Lucian Freud, 1991-92. Found here. Explore: art, body
Lawyer firm in New York, Lars Tunbjörk, 1997. Found here. Explore: photography
Yohji Yamamoto. Found here. Explore: design, fashion, Film

Nobuko Tannawa is a freelance fashion stylist and a consultant based in London. Find her here.