STYLE CANDY: What a stunning lookbook! Swedish Hasbeens came out with it for their upcoming spring collection! Cute shoes and handbags – very well styled! Have a happy weekend!


DIY CANDY: Yesterday I came accross the work of Puur Anders, a designer and stylist from the Netherlands, over at Poppytalk. Poppytalk is a Canadian design blog with a focus on handmade beauties. You can find these beautiful necklaces, brooches and some papergoods, made of fabric printed with an old photograph, in their Shop. Puur Anders named the collection “Hidden Memories”, everything is handmade by her. What a beautiful way to keep your memories close to your heart. Here you can find her Etsy, Blog, Pinterest and Facebook.


The Spring/ Summer 2012 collection from Kelly Love is so stunning! Watch the full collection here! Photography by Claire Pepper. Found via


I recently did a post about Kennedy Holmes. There are actually some pretty new pictures on her Blog – taken by Paige Schaberg. Kennedy has some serious sense of style and she is such a beautiful girl…think I should draw her some day! Here you can find her Etsy, Flickr, Tumblr and Twitter.


I love the color combos of this Moschino Cheap & Chic Pre-Fall 2012/ 13 collection! The set decoration is a little silly, if you ask me, but might be right for the target group. Anyway, the collection is just adorable! The painted details on the dresses are really the candy on top for me!
Have an awesome weekend!
Discovered over at Kate‘s tumblr. Pictures via Vogue.


Great Style and more unique pieces here!


A while ago I stumbled upon Tsumori Chisato‘s site. Yesterday she came back in my mind while I was reading Funny‘s latest post. And I fell in love with her art on fashion again!

“Tsumori Chisato was born in the city of Saitama, Japan, Tsumori Chisato studied fashion at the prestigious Bunka Fashion School in Tokyo. In 1977, she entered the Issey Miyake design company as the head designer for “Issey Sports”, later renamed “I.S. Chisato Tsumori Design”. With this solid apprenticeship under her belt and at the encouragement of Mr. Miyake himself, Tsumori Chisato started her own line in 1990, a collection that made its catwalk debut in Tokyo at the Japan Fashion Week that same year.
Tsumori Chisato’s signature style was soon celebrated with her innovative and luxurious textiles, intricate beading, embroidery, appliqués and prints of her own design. Graceful, elegant and fun at the same time, Tsumori Chisato’s work has been greatly appreciated over the years. The prestigious “Maïnichi Newspaper Award” is just one of numerous prizes she has received in recognition of her design achievements…”