Launching tomorrow is Therese Sennerholts new collection of prints for AW 2014|2015 called Shapes+Words. From previous collections we have seen Therese play with quotes and words, this time its a little different. The main focus being the shape and then the word, with the whole concept being that they will sit perfectly together, side by side.
“The quotes are replaced with simple expressions that I find more timeless and interesting, at the moment, and it’s all about good spirit”
I also love the use of colour, which are carefully chosen. The perfect combination of blue and soft pinks have been used, which really brings the collection alive. Each print from the new collection is only available for a limited time, which makes them special. What has made them extra special, is that they have been styled perfectly by Lotta Agaton in Therese’s own home.
And if you are lucky the first five to make a purchase will get free a set of the new postcards free!
As always, excellent work Therese!
The colder months are drawing in, and I am on the look out for some staple pieces to add to my wardrobe. A good friend of mine has decided to create a capsule wardrobe for autumn/winter, setting aside a budget to only buy things that are needed. This is a great idea and something I would like to put in place for my own wardrobe. It is so easy to pick a few tops for a couple of pounds that will eventually get donated or thrown anyway. I would like my own wardrobe to be more thought out, more simple and of more quality.
Some things I have been desiring for the change in the weather. All of which is black, my safety colour and the colour I feel most comfortable wearing.
1. Top Shop slim pocket jacket.
2. Acne Studios Daphnee beanie.
3. Weekday Manama black sweater.
4. Carly structure underwear.
5. Casio black stainless steel digital watch.
6. Selected Femme loose pants.
7. Vans Perforated black slip on.
This was today, my wild thing full of energy and fun…
On a Monday and Friday, Sebastian and I get our own time together. Oliver is at school, so I like to try and do something a little fun, whether it is be going to the park, sitting at home and snuggling or watching has favourite film. I try and have no distractions, just me and him. So today we decided to go to the scooter park for a visit at Kelvingrove Park, always a win for both the boys. All the schools are back so we basically had the park all to ourselves, so he had lots of freedom to practise the slopes and not get in anyones way.