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Stylist represented by LundLund Agency. Fashion Director at Styleby Magazine. Based in Stockholm, working world wide.


Wearing my favourite dress from Attico.

Reading Simone de Beauvoir.

My bestie<3

The most beautiful place.

Having lunch by the road. Wearing the perfect vacation piece by Thierry Colson. Vagina charm necklace from Tuza, diamond necklace from Engelbert, my grandma’s old charm necklace and sunnies from Ray Ban.


Being lazy.

Walks on the beach. Lisa<3.

Swimsuit fro Totême.


Lisa and the ocean.


Vacation mode!

Dress from Isabel Marant Étoile, sunnies from Rodebjer.

Crescent moon.

Night time waring caftan from Mara Hoffmann, vagina charm necklace from Tuza, charm necklace from my grandmother, diamond necklace from Engelbert.

Breakfast by the ocean.

Lisa and the sunset.


Rudolf Polanszky. Found here. Explore: art
Daria Werbowy. Found here. Explore: models
Unknown. Found here. Explore: art
Sharon Etgar. Explore: art
James Houston . Found here. Explore: photography
WALL 2015 by W. Strempler. Found here. Explore: art
Harley Weir . Found here. Explore: people, pink
Casper Sejersen. Found here. Explore: models
Helena Almeida, 'Drawing,' 2012. Found here. Explore: art, shoes
Ana Mendieta, Untitled (Glass on Body Imprints), 1972. Found here. Explore: art
Unknown. Found here. Explore: art, white
Robert Mapplethorpe. Found here. Explore: art, people
MarK Borthwick. Found here. Explore: people
Edyta Leśniak. Found here. Explore: people


Well, Beaufille is definitely a brand to keep eyes on. For fall Beaufille designers Chloé and Parris Gordon are focusing on elegant cut out pieces, flared pants, great deatailing (such as visible seams) and quite a lot of color and prints this season. See more here.

Céline Fall 2017

Boxy jackets, pantsuits, raincoats , striped shirts, bubble dresses, huge, fuzzy blankets, big shoulder bags, monkey prints and of course, perfect tailoring. Yes, Phoebe Philo did it again – loving this collection. See all the looks here!


About two years ago I saw these pieces made by Takuro Kuwata at the Frieze art fair in New York. I found them striking and it made me look into more of his work. Very playful and beautiful. I love the clay pieces that sort of looks as though they have freezed in an explosion.

See more below.


Last week on a work trip to Amsterdam I stayed at the very charming Maison Rika -the cosiest place!