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La Bomba Jacquemus, directed by Gordon von Steiner and creative direction by Simon Porte Jacquemus.

It’s hard to not love the world of Jacquemus, no? Impossible not to think of easy breezy warm winds in the sun somewhere in the south of France. Having found myself a bit tired of Instagram, Jacquemus is one of the accounts I still read/browse on a daily basis. Except for the perfect vacation inspiration, I am very fascinated by Jacquemus’ ability to reconnect to his own childhood and personal life through the collections and the visual identity of each and every campaign. This always intrigues me, when the ideas are so deeply rooted in something personal that they create a world of it’s own. And his childhood nostaglia is so beautifully conveyed in everything he takes on. Just beautiful.

As for the spring/summer collection, it is inspired by the memories of his mother walking around the villages outside Marseille and, according to, a photograph of her walking through the port one summer, wearing a scarf around her head, a ceramic earring and a pareo tied around her. Together with film director Gordon von Steiner he created the video for the ss18 collection, as seen above. The perfect dream and I want to wear it. Press play and enjoy.


One of my favourite books, Parasomnia by Viviane Sassen. It’s just breathtaking. So, currently in New York for work. Jetlag from going back and forth but as usual this city is rich on energy.


Malgosia Bela for Totême fall 15 campaign, photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Karl Templer. Visit the site here to find the absolute perfect turtlenecks and more, love this collection.

COS Magazine

Fei Fei Sun photographed by Karim Sadli and styled by Jonathan Kaye for COS Magazine. Recently I took a closer look at their latest issue and I found it beautiful, so well put together, love the touch and feel of it.

The hoodie

Malgosia Bela, photographed by Colin Dodgson and styled by Sara Moonves for Doingbird No.18. Beacuse I’m always up for hoodies..


The perfect high waisted denim shorts from Louis Vuitton (of course) worn by Marie-Amelie Sauvé.