Yay! I'm getting the first sneak peaks of the collection ready, but in the meantime I thought I would do a post about this!
Next Saturday, April 27 I'm hosting a bazaar here in Gotenburg together with Lotta Lunberg behind Drömma and Carina Östlund behind the brand bib. I'm going to be one of the vendors as well and bring dresses from some of my collections and a few from
the new one that I'm currently working on! I'm also going to have a mini
launch for another project that I can't wait to tell you more about on
the blog during May.
If you live in town or happen to be here next weekend it would be so much fun if you would stop by - chat with us, enjoy the premiere of spring and have a look at the beautiful items from all the vendors!
If you have a Facebook account you can read more about the event and RSVP here :)
Hope to see you there! ♥
Friday, April 19, 2013
Thursday, April 11, 2013
The flower of this month is the poppy anemone! This flower has become a new favourite of mine recently and its combination with the best features from poppies and anemones makes it so stunningly beautiful.
The flowers on the pictures were my first boquet I ever bought, but not the last :) I'm happy that we are moving towards spring. Next month feels like an amazing flower month. And I've already decided that during May there will be posts about more than one flower :)
Next up is actually a sneak peak from the new collection. It feels like the collection has become a secret project until now, but not for too long! The launch will be in May this year. A bit later than usual, but it's coming, I promise! :)
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The Royal Café / The Royal Smushi Café
1160 Copenhagen K
When I was in Copenhagen in March I visited The Royal Café / The Royal Smushi Café, next to The Royal Copenhagen shop. It is a beautiful place where the interior and environment feels like a mix of historical eras and modern city life.
The café includes designs, furniture, porcelain, textiles and so on, from Royal Copenhagen as well as other Danish designers like Fritz Hansen, Kvadrat, Holmegaard, Georg Jensen and more.
The café has a chic, modern and elegant feel to it, with its big windows, high ceiling, pink walls, white tiles floor, long tables, mirrors, big historical paintings, flower illustrations on the wall and still life in little glass boxes here and there. The interior style is playful and humourous with its mix of many historical interior styles that go from Baroque to today.
When I was there I got the feeling that it was a place full of life and pulse - the essence feeling of a trendy café in a modern big city. Everything was served on beautiful porcelain and I especially recommend their chocolate cake with walnuts and rose petals. It was delicious!