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yesterday I had an amazing time in London. I saw a very wicked, modern version of a midsummer night's dream by William Shakespeare at the Shakespeare's Globe. sadly there was some strict policy of non photography, so I just had to satisfy with a picture of the Globe instead. they made the show very humouristic. maybe a bit too much nudity which wasn't necessary.
however, I had a good time xx
Very important documentary everyone should watch.
I've been having lots of thoughts on my mind lately. Been trying to keep myself calm with meditation once in the morning and in the evening. Starting to help a bit. Makes me feel present in the moment and more calm. Been thinking of doing yoga at some point. xx
My first Vlog, ever, haha. I still feel quite awkward in front of the camera, but hey ho.
I really enjoyed the fashion show. I did not film all of the collections, but it was really good. There was a lot of nudity, some outfits even showed some under boob, one boob and even full on all nudity...
Like this post if you enjoyed it and if you would like me to do more vloging in the future.. :)
Good Sunday Morning! On Thursday I went in to London with my friend Beni. We had a stroll in China Town, bought some Japanese weird drinks and in the evening we went to a fashion show.. Didn't take many pictures during the day. Was mostly busy filming it instead. A vlog will come up at some point. Need to hurry up and eat my porridge before heading in to work. Have a good one xx
Here's a little video montage I did from the time me and Beni went to Painshill Park.
Hope you like it :)
You know what? I can't believe it's been a year sense my graduation fashion show took place. I remember all the sweat and tears going on that year. The economic struggle and lack of sleep. Something I do not miss. Something I do miss is to be surrounded by a creative atmosphere and talented people, That can't be forgotten. Here's a short throw back from that amazing moment.
Here's my clothes in action
Handcrafted work with hand inserted feathers, bulky knits and hand painted wolf print.
yesterday was a fun evening. I went over to my friend beni's house. when it comes to eurovision, her family goes all out! making different types of food from different countries. I brought some vegan (Swedish) vanilla ice cream and Swedish (vegan) chocolate fudge cake. something they do every year is a eurovision cake. I ate soooo much! something new I tried was a German pastry, bear claws! Beni's mom where so sweet she made three completely vegan.. I need that recipe in my life.
this kind of tradition is something I'd like to pick up on myself... Might become a thing in my family in the future, haha. The music was alright. what I personally was looking forward to was the hosts performance and sketches they put together within the show. my favourite part was their own song: love love peace peace. I couldn't hold myself from laughter. why couldn't there be an option to vote for that song?! and I think Petra Mede should be host every year, Måns was a nice side kick as well.
one thing I questioned about was: why were Justin timberlake there? felt it was a bit out of place. personally they should've invited a musician/band from Sweden instead. xx