All Tomorrow's Parties /

Bohemian living in Birkastan in a small flat crowded with clothes, shoes and fashion magazines. Previous archaeologist now working my way in the fashion business. You'll  probably find me hanging out at local bars. I love wine and colorful eclectic outfits. 

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  • Ok I’m fully aware of that I probably stands out as a whiny, bitter old lady but I’m soon killing myself. Wherever I go I’m encountering the “stroller mafia”. Moms and dads often barring the entire road when having some kind of stroller-baby-meetings. Ok I get it… you are on maternity leave but just because you have all the time in the world it doesn’t mean that everyone else also do. Moreover, it seems that these people are not aware of that they are standing right in the way of people who wants to pass. They just stands there chillin in peace while there is a queue of like 15 people who want to pass by. The stroller maffia are not taking any notice of this at all. In addition, they also seems to live in the conviction that regardless how big the stroller is it should fit anywhere. They can’t possibly accept that some places are simply not stroller accessible, for example the small grocery store where you already have to walk sideways between the shelves to get around, or generally all places with passages less than a meter wide…. The stroller mafia also often use the stroller as a weapon or bulldozer to get around if they against all odds suddenly decides to make a move.. When this occurs it is important to quickly escape to the side to avoid getting a probable stroller- mafia injury. 
    I’m so tired of this that I will soon shoot myself. Instead of doing this, I had a glass of wine and some sushi in excellent company. 
    Love, Karin
  • Wearing sweater from Acne studios, pants Rodebjer, shoes Vagabond, YSL, vintage and Marc by Marc Jacobs rings. 

    Photos: Kevin Nivek Gonzalez

    Love, Karin
  • About a minute after I told myself that I would become thrifty and economical, I had to invest in this really useful (?) clutch bag from Stella Mc Cartney. Thinking that it is very useful and probably goes with everything. Moreover, it was hugely affordable (qualified lie alert).
    Now my dear mother is on a visit, and we will, as usual, go out to eat tapas and pour into us greater amounts of sangria. Due to my newly acquired economic living, I hope that she stands for the bill.
    Take care!
    Love, Karin



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