Lovely street in St. Germain.
Visiting Balmain showroom in the afternoon, which is located a 10 min walk from Champs Elysees. I was wearing The Scarlet Room shirt, Zara skirt, Kurt Geiger boots and Sophie Hulme bag.
Visiting H&M showroom in Paris and choosing my pieces for Gosia Baczynska show which closes Paris Fashion Week.
Gosia Baczynska show in Palais de Tokyo.
On photo below I’m on my way to NYNY party. We took this photo in the Parisian metro where I found these super cute pink chairs. I couldn’t resist taking a picutre 🙂
I was wearing Sandro Paris sweatshirt and H&M Trend skirt and bag.
With my favourite Parisian boy Jordan Henrion on Pigalle and my sister Magdalena.
Beautiful flowers on a little street in St. Germain
Typical corner in Montmartre with lovely Brasierrie where we usually went to ate croissants and Croque Madame for dinner:)
My outfit for the Anne Valerie Hash show close to Bonne Nouvelle.
H&M Trend leather jacket, a great piece I chose for the show on Wednesday. I absolutely love it!
Bye Bye Paris, see you very soon! Thank you H&M for the amazing trip to my favourite city in the world!
Hey guys, this is my first post straight from Paris where I’m on Fashion Week together with H&M. I’m always the happiest girl in the world when I have a chance to be in this wonderful city, especially when the weather is so beautiful and a lot of cool things are happening around me. It’s the usual stuff: attending shows, meeting up with my friends, taking photos and of course strolling the streets of Paris. But I could not be happier right now.
In this post you can see my outfit from the first day of Paris Fashion Week. I’ve changed the top two times, because during the day was really hot, and after that it was much colder, so I was wearing this cropped black sweater. But the most interesting thing about this outfit is of course the lacy skirt. I don’t tend to wear mid lengt skirts so often, but this one is just so perfect. Two layers make it look a bit more sexy. The only thing that I had on me that wasn’t black was the new Sophie Hulme tote, which I’ve been thinking about since last year. Finally I have got the blue one and I absolutely love it.
This is probably my last summery post as London is getting colder and colder every day. We took these pictures during my holiday in the Polish lake district. I was wearing full black (so not too summery ) but i felt really comfy and I think it contrasts well with the beautiful countryside backgrounds. Tomorrow I’m leaving for Paris Fashion Week. I am so excited. Stay tuned for my French updates !
( wearing Zara sweater & jacket , H&M skirt, Pandora bracelet )
KTZ was my favourite show during London Fashion Week. The collection consisted of two main parts. First part was dominated by black clothes, with heavy duty, metal accessories such as bracelets big ear hoops and studs (something we expect from KTZ). However it was the second part I liked the most. It consisted of Saudi inspired prints and oriental symbols. Three things caught my eye; firstly layers, thanks to which the clothes looked beautifully in motion. Second thing was prints. I think that printed clothes deserve a total look. It’s either all the way or not at all. And this show was on it with me. The third thing were accessories. Interesting hats inspired by middle-eastern culture till now were worn only by people in the culture. I’m wondering if this trend will hit the streets. Some of the wedges had the same print as the clothes which made the total print look actually total. I’d love to try and wear it myself. Last, the heavy jewellery. It wan’t the most comfortable jewellery I have seen but undoubtedly the most effective one when it comes to aesthetics. And my all time fav: a simple sleeveless dress with stars&geometrical figures print.
all photos by me