As life found you. The perfect song to start a week. Great for the ears and fun for the eyes.
Have a nice week!

September 26, 2011 • SpottedNo Comments

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A hula-hoop-trainer, pretty in pink with golden rings is pure fascination for kids and myself. When I saw this girl performing in front of a playground, I reconsidered my sporty plans to get in shape. Do I really need to get started with yoga-classes and running? Ever since I’m thinking about getting the golden ring! A very stylish and fun way to keep in shape.
Find more hula hoop moments on my new blog-project “Bambino Street Style“.

Update: Finally! I’ve found her. She is a choreographer and dancer Rebecca Halls (Beka Hoop).

September 24, 2011 • NQSW shots, Spotted, StyleNo Comments

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For everyone who’s feeling a little lost, I hope you will find your way to new ideas and happiness.
Have a nice week!

September 18, 2011 • NQSW shots, SpottedNo Comments

Garance Doré

Don’t miss NY Fashion Week!
Take a seat next to Garance Doré and you will have the time of your life. Discover the coolest details, the hottest designers and the most fun “Changing Lifestyles” tips on her blog. Her front row pictures and her sense of humor are brilliant. Greetings from my NYC couch.

September 13, 2011 • StyleNo Comments

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Spending time in Brittany has been very relaxing and full of surprises. After some days in the outback, I was so ready for a little shopping tour in Pont-Aven. There was not much going on. A couple of antique stores and some tourist shops. Just before my good mood turned bad, I have made a great discovery on the 1st floor of Chocolaterie Larnicol. Hôtel Lulu, an amazing vintage shop packed with lovely details, jewelery and great outfits. So unexpected and so pretty. Unfortunately this place is not a hotel, but I like the idea of it. If you are in the area and you want to get the look of Coco Chanel or Audrey Hepburn, then this is the place to be!

Chocolaterie Larnicol
4, place Paul Gauguin
29930 Pont-Aven

September 1, 2011 • NQSW shots, PlacesNo Comments