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

TUX DELUXE

Top from Tôteme, scarf from Saint Laurent, backpack from Nancy Gonzales, trousers from Weekday, necklace from Orit Elhanati, body oil from Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse, perfume case from Byredo, dress from Rika, sandals from H&M and volume mascara from YSL.

Top picks for the party season in the latest issue of STYLEBY – in stores now. Go get it!

DON'T HOLD BACK

“With Hillary Clinton announcing her presidential bid for 2016, I think it’s safe to say that women aren’t shy creatures of habit content to sit back, cross our legs, and behave. We’ve time and again demonstrated that we’re a gender with some serious balls. A little face bijoux or a tube of black lipstick certainly isn’t going to frighten us now.”

These are the words of Amber Kallor, senior beauty editor at Style.com who recently wrote an article about how the extreme beauty for fall 15 is making us feel way more free than ever before (even when putting on heavy makeup).

Not only is she mentioning a change from makeup-free faces and “non-hair” trends, but also a new era where it’s more common to play around, and go for a bit more crazy ideas than usual. Yes -a freer approach ahead, and we’ve seen it several times this season. Rick Owens gold- and silver molded faces is a good example of that (image seen above) and Riccardo Tisci really went for it with Givenchy by sending out his models with both kiss curls, braids and heavy face jewelry (what’s not to love, no?). ”It’s a moment of women getting their strength again, and a bigger confidence and sensuality.” Tisci told i-D’s Anders Christian Madsen backstage.

Another thing that’s currently trending: pink hair. I love how Nicolas Ghesquière has taken a grip on the casting for Louis Vuitton, and I loved seeing Hin Lin Ly wearing candy colored hair beautifully matched with that perfect collection of his. And the heavy makeup? Well, that’s signed by two labels: Saint Laurent and Maison Margiela. Not to mention the strong all-black lips at Giles. This season is definitely not about the easy breezy beauty look, that’s for sure..

Maybe these aren’t the looks that you normally would choose for a day at work, but they sure are refreshing, no? Time to stop holding back!

Givenchy

Louis Vuitton

Maison Margiela

Credits

Images via Style.com

The postman dreams

Director, photographer, and artist Autumn de Wilde is collaborating with Prada to highlight their Galleria bag. The result is a five part film series that tells the story of how a bag can be so much more than just an accessory. It’s an obsession. Watch the short films here, and you’ll get touch by Autumn’s magical way of working with different characters, humor, music and impressions.

Credits

Image via @prada

Beige

Pants from Loewe, sunglasses from Acne Studios, hat from Albertus Swanepoel, swimsuit from Zeus+Dione, skirt from Chloé, ring from Sophie Bille Brahe, underwear from Base Range, necklace from Alison Lou and shirt from Victoria Beckham.

DENIM DENIM

So, the other day I popped by the Stella McCartney store here in Stockholm and fell in love! I decided I just couldn’t resist this beauty. You know I love small cross over bags just because you can wear them with anything really, I actually think they’re better during day time than night time if you’re going somewhere where you don’t have to bring your computer. Also the size is crucial, you need just the right amount of space to fit your necessities, no? I really like the patching on this one, will go perfectly with all denim looks and easy breezy whites.

Credits

Bag, Stella McCartney.

The perfect pair of jeans

Julia Bergshoeff, shot by Glen Luchford and styled by Jane How for Vogue Paris. Makeup by Lynsey Alexander and hair by Shay Ashual.

Wouldn’t say no to these jeans..