Weekend Reading

Postcards in Paris by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months) This weekend I've celebrated birthdays, had one too many cocktails and coffees, dropped by the Dries van Noten exhibition (which I strongly can recommend for anyone contemplating on going) and tried not to get caught out in the pouring rain. Except for the very schizophrenic Parisian weather I couldn't have had a better time! That's also why my little weekend reading list had to wait until Sunday night this time, but I hope you'll enjoy it anyway.

•   It's always fun to coma across talented people you didn't know about before. Sara Medina Lind, fellow Swede and incredibly talented Art Director, Graphic Designer and photographer made me fall in love with her work through Instagram. Thankfully she has a website as well. •   Right now Australia is at the top of my list of places I'm dying to visit. Although I wouldn't mind seeing some theses breathtaking places in the near future as well. I can't help but to see potential photo shoots everywhere. •   There's very few people who can do no wrong in my eyes but Alice Gao is one of them. Her photographs of Milan makes me wish I was in Italy. •   I was never a fan of lemon tarts until I moved to Paris. Now I can't imagine my life without them. And no, I'm not exaggerating. Try any of the places on Trottermag's list and you'll understand why.