Even though we’re pretty well on our way in terms of the apartment being completely decorated (I am actually sad that I don’t have an excuse to constantly browse the online stores for new items anymore …), there is still one major challenge that needs to be tackled: LAMPS!!
You know when you’re desperately trying to find a matching scarf for your favorite hat or jacket? Or that cozy sweater where you’d love to find the perfect statement necklace to pair it with? Well, without even trying I’ve recently bought a few items that ended up being perfect pairs. A blush powdery pink and rich petrol are definitely amongst my favorite colors this fall, and so naturally I am super smitten with all of these items in my closet. They’re constantly on rotation, and while I am sick in bed today, I thought I’d share some pretty images of my favorite pieces of the moment with you guys.
By now, most of you have probably already discovered The Daily Dose, since we went live on Thursday morning. These past 2 days have been so overwhelming with A TON of positive feedback, for which Kathi and I are soo thankful! For those of you that haven’t seen the site yet, here’s a small teaser of what awaits :) I hope you guys will enjoy reading through what we have prepared and be sure to stay tuned, as there are new posts coming daily. (change video settings to 720p for better quality)
As you guys know, I travelled to Paris last week with Anna, Carola and the lovely people of Louis Vuitton to start our journey of discovering their #LVsecretplaces. Our first stop was the Asnières, also considered the heart of Louis Vuitton, where the traditional workshop and the family maison are located. The whole place had such a magical atmosphere and it was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
“It’s in 1859, four years after the birth of the Maison, that Louis Vuitton decided to move his production site from Paris to Asnières. He settled there with his family in 1878, building houses in the garden surrounding the workshop, one of which, with a brick façade, still exists today and was also home to his son Georges Vuitton, who moved there in 1892. “