Fashion Hong Kong


During fashion week, I got to attend what was called “Fashion Hong Kong” which is a fashion show that showcases three top notch Hong Kong fashion designers; and this season it was Doris Kath Chan, Kenax Leung and Lulu Cheung.

I think it’s a pretty cool initiative and it gives “commoners” like myself a chance to experience new exciting brands. My favorite was Kenax Leung, who designs both menswear and womenswear. It’s no secret I am a huge fan of prints and playing with different textures, which is why his designs caught my eye. He has a unique way of using prints and shapes that makes me want to see more. No wonder Hong Kong is regarded as the fashion capital of Asia, I surely hope I one day get to experience the brands on their home turf.


Pics from

Second look of #CPHFW


For the Barbara I Gongini show, I wanted to honor her dark universe so I created a simple look in black and grey and played with different textures and details, which really made the whole look, come together.

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Wearing: Trousers – Zara // Shirt – Bibi Chemnitz // Coat – HM // Eyewear – Leight Garrett (similar here) // Scarf – Thriftshop






CPH fashion week day one

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The first show I attended this season was the Jesper Høvring x Greenland, it was my first encounter with Jesper Høvring, since he’s known for creating haute couture for high class women. Nonetheless, I did love seeing all the glammed up models strutting their stuff in beautiful creations that you would otherwise only see on Hollywood celebrities. The show was held at Hotel hotel d ́angleterre, which in itself is spectacular.


Barbara I Gongini

Last season, was the first time I experienced the Barbara I Gongini show and this season I just knew I had to experience it again. Barbara I Gongini is actually quite different from my own style, but I think that’s why I am fascinated and inspired by it.


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Copenhagen Fashion Week

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As I told you, Copenhagen Fashion Week kicked off yesterday and I have been looking forward to it. The first thing on my schedule was a brunch hosted by Tommy Hilfiger so I thought it was only fitting that I wear the brand. I opted for a classic Hilfiger look in a nude blazer. The pictures does not do this blazer any justice, it’s difficult to see the print. I paired it with a printed polo and navy blue trousers and monks. I attended two shows, namely Jesper Høvring and Barbara I Gongoni, which had the most amazing artistic ballet performance finale. I wore two different outfits and I’ll show you the other one another day and tell you more about the shows.

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This was my second look for Copenhagen Fashion Week. I was a little worried about how this outfit would turn out, since experts says you should keep most of your outfit neutral if you wear printed trousers, but I thought it would be fun to experiment with the same pattern in different colors. I found this shirt in H&M and knew I had to pair it with these navy suit trousers that I am currently obsessed with. To add a little extra touch and give it a sports luxe vibe I added this super cool long bomber jacket and white vans.

What do you guys think about this look?

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Trousers and Bomber jacket from Zara
Shirt from H&M
Trainers from Vans







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