Behind the scenes on the shoot when I was styling for ecommerce Noordinarysuit shot at the lemonade factory in London.

A few days ago I styled the new collection for Noordinarysuit, and this time I snapped some behind the scenes photos. Here I am going through the looks (and trying on the blazer from the new collection that is PERFECT) and organizing them according to the different backdrops the photographer is gonna use.

Behind the scenes on the shoot when I was styling for ecommerce Noordinarysuit shot at the lemonade factory in London.

Le mood board. Like this, we know what kind of poses, feel and style in general the photographer Paddy wants.

Behind the scenes on the shoot when I was styling for ecommerce Noordinarysuit shot at the lemonade factory in London.

The setup. We shoot in probably the most beautiful studio in London; The Lemonade Factory. It has a lot of space, newly renovated with natural light shining through, what else can you ask for?

Behind the scenes on the shoot when I was styling for ecommerce Noordinarysuit shot at the lemonade factory in London.

The makeup artist table. So many products I didn’t even know existed. I’m not a big makeup girl so for me this is a non-explored universe I have no clue about. I did manage to get some insider tip about how to create that dewy eyeshadow look, the answer is pawpaw balm, a simple product you can get HERE.

Behind the scenes on the shoot when I was styling for ecommerce Noordinarysuit shot at the lemonade factory in London.

And more clothes, this time on the “done-shooting-rail”, getting there. Yay.

I will let you know as soon as the work from the shoot it out and share it here on the blog. Let me know if you like post like this and want to follow me more in my day to day life!

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My French Parisian look. Vintage Levis 501 jeans, breton tee from COS, captains hat from H&M.

So I have been really busy lately with work and stuff, but hopefully, soon I can return back to normal here!

Over two years ago I moved to London after living in Paris, I must admit sometimes I miss things with Paris.

I miss being able to walk a lot. Nothing is really far away in Paris and most of the times the walk is beautiful.

I miss the French food. Sorry Britain but French do cook better.

I miss getting inspired by that effortless Parisian style, you know when they look just perfect and it doesn’t even look like they made an effort. I love that.

Today’s look I’m dedicating to Paris.

My French Parisian look. Vintage Levis 501 jeans, breton tee from COS, captains hat from H&M.

My French Parisian look. Vintage Levis 501 jeans, breton tee from COS, captains hat from H&M.

My French Parisian look. Vintage Levis 501 jeans, breton tee from COS, captains hat from H&M.

Denim/ Vintage Levis 501

Tee/ COS

Hat/ H&M

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My favorite drink is water (ok coffee too) and I drink a lot of it. Because of my consumption of water I also tend to buy quite a lot of plastic water bottles when I’m on the go in the city, it does make me feel bad in many ways. First of all, we have perfectly good tap water in this country so it’s just bad to mother nature using and consuming all those plastic bottles and second, it’s a silly thing to spend your money on if you ask me.

But there is an end to this, I got the nicest water bottle now! Glacial is a Swedish company with a mission to reduce the consumption of plastic bottles (yay) and they make really nice and fashionable bottles. My one imitates one of my favorite materials, wood. From now on I carry this bottle with good conscience, and looking pretty stylish too!

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Get your own Glazial bottle HERE and put the code GLACIAL_p20 to get a 20 % discount, but hurry only valid until 31 0ct 2017

Denim from Rodebjer

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Street style photo when wearing a silky pyjama look from Acne Studios aw17 at the Mary Katrantzou at London Fashion week. Bag from The Neo.

So Fashion week came to London. I worked throughout the week but managed to get to go to the Mary  Katrantzou show on Sunday morning at nine (!) with my dear friend Laura. Since it was early I thought why not go full pyjama look, makes sense no? And so I did. I’m in love with this pattern and material from Acne Studios AW17 collection. I feel like this outfit will stay with me forever and never go out of style. Plus you can obviously wear them separated for a less full on look like I’m doing HERE.

Street style photo when wearing a silky pyjama look from Acne Studios aw17 at the Mary Katrantzou at London Fashion week. Bag from The Neo.

Street style photo when wearing a silky pyjama look from Acne Studios aw17 at the Mary Katrantzou at London Fashion week. Bag from The Neo.

Trousers/ Acne Studios HERE

Shirt and Blazer/ Acne Studios

Heels/ Calvin Klein

Bag / The Neo