Black Magic


Dress & bag: Dior – Jewellery: Atelier Swarovski – Shoes: Carolina Herrera

To the Vogue Foundation Gala dinner I wore this beautiful black Dior gown, which made me feel like a princess for the evening. I don't think I've ever had my jaw drop to the floor as hard as it did during this evening when entering this absolutely magical dinner setting. I still don't think I'm fully aware of what actually happened that evening, haha. My dinner dates for the evening turned out to be Christopher Kane and Iris van Herpen at the beautiful Swarovski table (yes, exactly, now you can imagine the jaw dropping to the floor once more) and Kendall Jenner and Karla Kloss behind me at the next table. Sometimes I get to experience moments like these that I don't even understand are real when they actually happen, it takes a couple of hours (scratch that: I mean weeks) to realise what you actually got to experience. 

Photos by: Ylenia Cuéllar

Haute Couture Week in July

In Paris



It's hard to find the time to share everything with you live (except for using Instagram of course) during these crazy fashion weeks, where I literally change in cars and jump on the back of vespas to make it to the next show on time but a few weeks later and I finally got there! Here's another little peek in a few shows during the past Haute Couture Week that took place here in Paris, earlier this July.

In the video below you'll get to come with me to the Schiaparelli show, the Monique Lhuillier and last but not least, the Georges Hobeika show. I haven't really gotten a hang of this video thing just yet – I mostly make the videos for Instagram purposes – but thought that it could be nice to share them here as well since it perhaps would be fun for some people to get a little look at what it might be like during these shows. 

Every single time these weeks come about I (secretly) wish for them to end and every single time they're over I want nothing but for them to start right away again, haha. The grass is always greener, right? 

Photos by: Ylenia Cuéllar

Dior Haute Couture

Dior Haute Couture Show

Total look: Dior

I know I'm late to the party but for those of you who missed it (which should be none of you because who wants to miss out on anything Dior?), here is a little peek at the latest Dior show during Haute Couture week earlier this month, along with what I wore for the occasion. I don't even think I need to say it anymore, you guys already know that this is one of my favourite days during any fashion week! This time was no different. They literally managed to build a whole world (animals included) outside Invalides and took us on the most beautiful journey.

Want to see more? Click on the image below to see the video from the day. 

Photo by: Ylenia Cuéllar

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

Veuve Clicquot

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I've always (and when I say always I really mean it this time) wanted to attend the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in New York (or anywhere really) and this season it finally came true. As they said when welcoming all guests to the event, it's definitely the "event of the summer" and the day that officially marks the beginning of sunnier days. I had the best time ever – because who doesn't like to dress up in a pretty dress and drink champagne together with friends while watching a polo match and listening to a live Alicia Keys concert afterwards? I mean, pretty spectacular. Take me back now please!

Like In a Movie


Watch: Jaeger-LeCoultre – Dress & shoes: Carolina Herrera

After travelling around the world within two weeks I finally made it back to France and to one of my favourite destinations ever: Côte d'Azur. Also known as the French Riviera. I was beyond thrilled to spend a couple of days together with Jaeger-LeCoultre in Antibes (before moving onto Cannes) for their special evening at Hôtel du Cap Eden Roc, celebrating the 9th Annual Filmmakers Dinner, together with characters like Coco Rocha, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adrien Brody and Naomi Campbell. I can truly say that it was just as dreamy as it looks, and especially since I have a soft spot for watches and in particularly for the brand itself... Just look at that beauty! The watch that is. 

Photos of me by: Isolina Fedel

LV Cruise in Japan


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When travelling so intensely it's almost difficult to really understand what you actually get to experience... The Louis Vuitton Cruise show in Japan is a great example for something like this. When I think back at this experience it's almost like a blurry, sparkly fog in my brain... Everything happened so quickly and was so magnificent that it was almost impossible to let it all sink in. Can you believe that they actually managed to have their Cruise show at a museum, nestled among the Japanese mountains outside of Kyoto? I got chills and goosebumps all over when walking into this venue and the only thing I could hear was the iconic Louis Vuitton show music along with little birds singing among the trees. It's so hard to describe this experience and I don't even think photos does it all justice... But it was an experience I will remember forever (including the dinner including real geishas afterwards). You can see more moments from the show right here. Thank you again Louis Vuitton for having me, this was just unreal. 

Photos by: Hana Lê Van

Welcome to Kyoto

Louis Vuitton in Kyoto

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After a wonderful time in Los Angeles, we jetted off to Japan. Kyoto to be a bit more precise. This was my first ever taste of Japan as I've never ever been before but I can hopefully say that it won't be my last. This place and country is one that has intrigued me forever and I can't believe I've finally seen it with my own eyes now. Ever since I read the book Memoirs of a Geisha as a teenager (I know, a bit of a cliché but still!) I've been wanting to experience this place and its rich history. Even though we only had three days in Japan (insert happy sweating emoji right here 😅) Louis Vuitton – who I was there together with – definitely made sure that we got to experience as much as we possibly could. Hopefully you guys followed along through Instagram Stories during this time because it was really something special... One of the places we got to visit was the place you can see above, called the Golden Temple (also known as Kinkaku-Ji) and let's just say that even though we arrived around 8/9am in the morning this place was busier than the Parisian metro usually is around 5pm when everyone is ready to head home from work (insert another happy sweating emoji right here). 

Photos by: Hana Lê Van