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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  • Yesterday I shot some press photos of the coolest cats in town, DJ duo Evelina and Jade as they were playing at Vassa Eggen. I am very happy with the result but the target was of course super aesthetic. (As you can see I maintained a clearly professional attitude throughout the evening since I never mix business with pleasure ….. )
    Love, Karin
  • Wearing jacket from Stine Goya, vintage dress, necklace HM, scarf (tied as a turban) and backpack Marc by Marc Jacobs. 

    Got dressed in a hurry today and managed to get a very eclectic mix of old colorful lady and some sort of ghetto street kid. Did not think much of my eclectic appearance but when I went out and passed my favorite café I received a spontaneous applause from my soul mate the older bearded man with kilt and high heels (we haven’t socialized, have not even talked but I think we have some sort of style wise unspoken consensual). 

    Photos: Sofia Ågren  

    Love, Karin
  • Had to invest in a pair of platform shoes. Just because I don’t have any (ok, qualified lie-alert). However really liked these from Windsor Smith.
    Hope that you enjoyed Easter! Myself I have mostly been eating huge amounts of chocolate eggs and drinking red wine. Today  I had the very last delicious chocolate egg. Almost had some sort of a breakdown when I realized that the box was empty. Now, you may think I’m exaggerating but you must understand that these were no “regular” chocolate eggs! They were filled with some kind of sweet smooth cream consisting of heavenly white chocolate. Anyway, I immediately went to the store and felt the unease rise inside my body when I could not find any chocolate eggs anywhere on the shelf. Asked the staff and received the answer that they were out of stock and they were only sold in season. Felt the panic grow. As if a rug was pulled from under my feet. It was about 365 days until next Easter. If I had known this I had bought the entire stock of chocolate eggs. Instead I went home and ate an apple that didn’t tasted anything at all. Most certanly not white chocolate cream. Now feel empty, in despair, almost depressed.
    If you have any tips on substitutes please feel free to share! 
    Au Revoir! 
    Love, Karin



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