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!
What I really wanted to address and talk about is blogger friendships and networking in New York. I feel that in Germany, although we’re a super wealthy country and can be happy to live in such a safe environment, jealousy and staring at other people’s things is very common. Here in NY no one cares really about how you look and they even compliment you on the streets. I get compliments so often about my hair or clothing and it always makes my day better. Same is with networking here – I would say I have a really good network in Germany and only work for the brands I really wanna work with, but here in Manhattan it’s even easier to connect, everybody’s coming here to work and is trying to connect as much as possible. I really love this city and I think power woman should always support each other, we only rise by lifting others! I wanna work in this industry for the rest of my life and I think that karma always strikes back. We should all work together as bloggers and also speak about collabs and pricing etc.