Weekend Reading

My Feature for the Glitter Guide, photo by Grace Alyssa Kyo Fashion month is now over and during this weekend I'm just going to try and recharge at home while catching up on some  reading (I've been missing a lot during one month). I might even run down to the boulangerie and buy a baguette and some delicious sweets that I've been missing during the time I've been away from Paris... Anyway, here's a few links that I've been wanting to share with you guys. Enjoy and have a lovely weekend!

•   This week I had the honour of being featured on the Glitter Guide as their Glitter Girl! If you want to know more about me, my Paris-tips or simply see more photos you can read the article right here. Thank you so much to the Glitter Guide for featuring me and my story and a huge and very special thanks to my dear Grace who helped me with the photos! •   Once fashion month is over my shopping urge gets a little bit stronger... Especially when I've seen all those beautiful runway pieces and gorgeous fashionable people during a whole month. I had to gather all my wants and needs in one place to keep my head sorted, so if you're looking for some shopping inspiration I'm sharing my wishes here. •   My dear friends Stefan and Eva (who I first introduced you to in this post) have finally launched their very special project called TrotterMag! And I couldn't be any happier for them. It's absolutely amazing curated city guides for anybody with the love for traveling. They've gathered all the information for some of the most desirable destinations in the world (including Paris, bien sûr). After they were kind enough to take me around to some of their favourite spots in New York, I trust them fully and will consult TrotterMag as soon as I get on a plane the next time. •   Ok, I can't do a weekend reading post straight after fashion month and not talk about all the amazing shows that have taken place during this time. Louis Vuitton took my breath away when I understood that it was Marc Jacobs' last collection for the brand and that he had incorporated some of the previous sets to build the very last stage for his show. Remember the carousel, the elevators, the fountain, the gates, the clock, the escalators and the hotel room doors? But this time, all in black. I also loved the Dior make-up (and venue!), the huge polka dots by Sportmax, Burberry Prorsum's pastels and Dolce & Gabbana's romantic hairdos.

Photos by: Grace of "Will She Love Paris?"