When you think about THE German designer usually the name Jil Sander pops up very quickly. Starting her carrier in 1973 her minimalist styles were considered as typical German. When I saw that short I immediately needed to get it! Love the classic print. I combined it with my recent found at a thrift shop in Chelsea: my 40$ Giuseppe Zanotti bag. I am also wearing pants from H&M and a boss blazer. I hope you like it!
Good morning from New York! Wanted to show you this pink outfit we shot last week in China Town. I’m wearing a blazer dress and Jimmy Choo heels that I shopped vintage, also a bag that I got from my grandma yeeeears ago and my ankle chain is from Asos. I have big news: My vintage shop guide to New York will soon be published by a popular German magazine, can’t wait to show you!
One of my favorite editorials ever got printed in the new Dreamingless Magazine Issue 46 I 1 – you can purchase it here. I had the idea of creating an editorial with the color I didn’t like at all (until then): green. So many designers like for example Prada showed neon green in their collections and I wanted to give it a try – and actually started liking it! Hair and Make-Up was done by Larissa Strachwitz, styling and photos by me, my model is Lara Cevari from Pars Management. My dear Max Voggenthaler helped me with the light and shipping. I hope you like the story and look for it in the magazine!
see the full story here:
>> there is water from the ocean
running inside her veins,
from every shore she’s been to
wishing she was a mermaid.
I quickly wanted to show you an editorial we shot at windy Coney Island in my favorite habitat – the playa. The only place where I feel even more alive than in NYC is the beach, for sure. I love wind and the feeling of sand between my toes. I’m wearing a Zara dress, Guess pants and Jacquemus Raffia bag. I hope you like it!