Secret Language

Spring is finding its way to us, and some shy sun rays hesitantly color the afternoon in a new-found elation. Wandering around the Vondelpark in Amsterdam, the elegant architecture of the old film museum at the edge of the park is certainly eye-catching. Built in Italian renaissance style in 1874, the pavilion housed many art and film exhibitions where bohemian Amsterdammers liked to mingle. Show Me More…

Zombie Tropicana

If only you could be a fly on a wall in a pink bathroom, where one bathes in a pink ball pit tub while surrounded by thousands of pink flamingos, just what could you expect to see? Well, vibrant and unusual surroundings like these definitely call for an elevated expression of style. And we would never shy away from an opportunity to deliver. Show Me More…

Beggin For Thread

Prominent in many alternative subcultures and clothing styles, studs and spikes have been bringing a rebellious edge to fashion as far back as the Middle Age. All though, have gone through quite the transformation since the Samurai, Celts and Romans attached them to their armors. Used to make a bold statement by punks in the 70’s and metal heads in the 80’s, the leather clad studs and spikes look has lost some of its edge since the new millennium. Show Me More…

l’Anamour

Spring always casts such a polished glow over the streets of Paris, especially the ones lined with signature Haussmanian buildings made from pale limestone. Strolling around our neighborhood Le Marais, walking on thin air has gotten us as far as the sloping streets around Montmartre in no time at all. Show Me More…

Cold War

Once morning has broken on the first day of spring, the sparse sun rays make us feel quite eager to abandon our jackets. However, sweater weather will not perish just yet and the concrete paved streets still harbor a cold war of generously blowing winds. Utility wear is all the rave now Show Me More…

Fleur Blanche

The undeniable charm and beauty of Paris can be soaked up endlessly in one of the oldest and most famous areas; the first arrondissement. Situated on the right bank of the Seine river, most of the neighborhood is taken up by the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries Gardens. Show Me More…

Charcoal Baby

There is something about dystopian urban landscapes, which can make one feel quite uncomfortable yet so inspired and galvanized at the same time. The early spring sun rays make the industrial shipyard of the NDSM neighborhood in North Amsterdam look a lot more welcoming, all though quite deceiving due to the cold wind blowing through the air. Show Me More…

Insert Runaway

Tossing away any preconceptions you have about fashion, art and the space around you can’t be very challenging when you immerse yourself in a three-dimensional world of geometric shapes. This is exactly what the Argentinian Eva Castro and the German Holger Kehne aimed for when they founded their architectural design company named Plasma Studio. Show Me More…

Square People

Easing into the last winter month like an ever-thirsty pansy yearning for spring, it’s almost making February feel like the longest month of the year rather than the shortest. The cold shivers might accustom one to stick to heavy knits and muted colors, but now that we are two quarters into the season it’s time to start changing things up. Show Me More…