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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  • Today I played photographer and took some pictures of some of the best persons I know. My dear friend Anna and her little baby boy Frank!  Because of my well-behaved living (?), I also have the honor to be this little rascal's godmother. I will teach him all I can… as Baloo said in The Jungle Book ;) Maybe his parents should be a little worried? 

    Love, Karin
  • Thanks to the kindergarten who let out a bunch of screaming children in the courtyard at 7:00 I woke up early and was able to begin the morning with an early press-breakfast at the Swedish Fashion Council. We were (in addition to a delicious breakfast) also given a presentation and review of the designers who are competing for the title “Rookie of the year”. I'm at this point too tired to do a qualified summary here but all candidates are presented at the website … if you want to check them in! 

    Love, Karin
  • On my way out… Jewelry vintage and Marc By Marc Jacobs, belt Moschino, pants HM, hat Ruth Hannah, top Simon Ekrelius. 

    Hanna Hernegran has for two years (2010-2012) trained to be a milliner at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, through the Craft Academy in Stockholm. Ruth Hannah is her own label and her studio is located at Södermalm in Stockholm at Folkungagatan 107. She is inspired mainly by the 1910-1940's but mixes the best of the past, present and future in her works and makes all kinds of hats, coiffes and hair-accessories.

    Swedish born designer Simon Ekrelius went on to study at Tillskararakademin in Stockholm and F.I.T. in Florence. Now he is based in the UK and has shown his collections at both London and Paris Fashion Week. All Simon's collections are all manufactured in the UK, ensuring a high level of craftsmanship throughout. 
    Simon describes his style as “futuristically bohemian and architecturally inspired”. Modern Art, Art-Deco style architecture and the early Avant-Garde woman provide the inspirations. 
    Love, Karin



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