Following my Miss Sixties Around The World Series, today it’s time to make a stop in Las Vegas. We wanted to visit Sin City (as they call it) to attend Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend, which I’ll write about soon in another post, and let’s say it was wonderful. This is my second collaboration with artist Alice Negri, so make sure to read the post to find her amazing illustrated map of Las Vegas!
Summer is finally here, which means it’s the time to wear hawaiian and tropical pieces everywhere I go. And by everywhere, I also mean the office. Today I’ll be reviewing the Annie Fitted Dress from Lady Vintage, a vintage reproduction brand from the United Kingdom. They’ve become a favorite! And it’s easy to see why.
Now that it’s been two months since my trip to the United States and I’m finally settled in, I’d like to show you what I visited during my stay in the USA. One of the cities I wanted to visit the most was Palm Springs, right in the middle of the California desert. And just as I expected, it didn’t disappoint me.
Nobody said the pin up girl life would be easy, especially when you have to pack to travel abroad. And by abroad I mean somewhere far away from where you live. To me, this means the United States of America. Since I’m travelling to California and Nevada in April and I’m already planning everything in order to fit everything in one (maybe two!) suitcases, I thought it would be good to write a blog post with some packing tips. So here they go!
Being a fashion and lifestyle blogger has led me to meet incredibly talented people behind brands and companies from all over the world. I really appreciate having the opportunity to offer my readers and followers the chance to discover new brands and designs that think fit my style. It’s very rewarding! But recently I was mocked by a vintage reproduction company named La Veintinueve.
At first I didn’t want to share my experience as I thought maybe it was all on my mind. But no. I have to tell my story to prevent other people suffering from the same behaviour.
Fancy a trip to Hogwarts School of Witchraft and Wizardry? Come with me! If you’ve followed me for a while you might have already discovered my obsession with the Harry Potter series. J.K. Rowling’s books helped me discover a world I never imagined could exist in my mind, and they also helped me discover the noble art of reading. It may sound odd but, if it weren’t for Harry Potter and his friends, I wouldn’t be the woman I am today. So relax, have your wand ready and come with me on this enchanting journey.
Last month I got the chance to model for El Costurero Real, a Barcelona based clothing brand specialised in fantasy garments. If, like me, you are a big fan of fairytales and the Victorian era, then you’ve come to the right place.
Many of us vintage enthusiasts are fascinated by the atomic designs from the 50s and early 60s. The Atomic Era was a cultural, social and artistic movement that took place in America between the late 1940s and the mid 1960s. Midcentury designs are hard to find nowadays, but thanks to some vintage inspired brands like Los Flamingo and Piplotex, one can go back to those years.
Today I wanted to show you the photos from my latest shoot with artsobu, one of my favorite photographers from Barcelona. Last weekend we had a shooting in Barceloneta, right in front of the Mediterranean sea.