Two sweet pictures I took over at the "waffle-cabin" to which we cross country skied to the day before yesterday. "Goals"?
Me x food at Sticks n' sushi in Copenhagen. Don't even want to know how much salt I consumed during that sitting. I literally used up more than half of the soy sauce bottle. Goals?
Soon it's time to celebrate the anniversary of my birth (my bday hihi) which happens to occur at the same day as our "100 days left to graduation"-party and the famous "semledagen" (Swedish tradition when we eat wheat buns with whipped cream and marzipan).
Best.day.ever. (Can't wait!!).
Three pictures from today. Taken through my fairly working iPhone camera seconds before the whole thing died bc of the cold.
Today I only fell about 4 times which means that I've made a tremendous improvement! Maybe it has something to do with the 1.5 h course I took today in which I learned the basic techniques of cross country skiing. By the way, thank you Emilia for informing me about these quick courses, it sure was useful.
Skiing straight towards direct sunshine for 5 km consequently lead to that I caught a harsh sunburn on my cheeks and nose (which are now glowing red #rudolph). I basically look like I'm blushing ;') yay.
On the pictures above you can see me, in my moon boots, outside my crib here in the Swedish alps. The weather here is amazing! Today we went cross country skiing all the way (5 km lol) to a cozy "waffle-cabin" where we enjoyed a nice lunch in the sunshine. Hopefully I caught a small shade of a tan. The air is so fresh and dry compared to the usual Gothenburg polluted city air. I love it, never want to leave (the network is really slow..I can survive approximately one day more). Bye.
I decided to invest in my future feet by exchanging my old runners to these sweeties. They are from Adidas and I love them! Hihi :-) Can't wait till the snow goes away so I can start using them.
Don't I look suspiciously tanned in this picture? Well, I hope so since I just applied like 3 layers of self tanner.. I was just too tired of looking like I had a fever (or some other sickness that comes with paleness).
Yet it's only day three of New York Fashion Week and there has already been a few obvious political statements in some of the big designer house's collections. Below you can see some of them. It's not the first time celebrities tries to convey a message in their artwork (E.g. Beyonce on her bespoken world tour last year). I personally love when designers use their influential role to spread an important message, it's both strong and convincing. Also, in the world right now (especially in the U.S), it couldn't be more essential.
1: Public School designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne took a clear stand against the Trump regime.
2: Bella Hadid opened at Prabal Gurung and the following pieces in their collection spoke exactly the same language - Feminism! (May also be directed against Trump..)
3: Victoria Beckham continued in the same track as above with her show where she delivered "what women want" including comfort and chicness.
4: Gypsy Sport shows a riot-inspired collection, a so called reflection of the current state of the world.. Powerful.
Oyster plateau at Dorsia Hotel Gothenburg.