“My work is very abstract, for me, the shapes have many very personal motives. They have always followed me. Looking back at childhood drawings I drew the same shapes, I call them friends.”
I’m not crazy about soccer, but this sports ground ticked all my aesthetic boxes even though this beautiful pleated dress would have paired with a tennis court quite nicely as well 🎾
You just got to love a good concrete backdrop, but this setting here is just a brutalist lovers heaven. I think these wave breakers have a very futuristic feel to them. Kind of like something that was left behind by aliens 😅
This is a post about affordable underwear, that is ethically produced, organic and fair. All very basic for your everyday wear. I think for most people neutral underwear will be the most sustainable choice to begin with cause you don’t have to worry too much about any crazy lace showing through your clothes if you’re conscious about that.
It is all about taking things more slowly, no longer indulging in the fast fashion hunger. I decided to no longer buy any items from fast fashion brands that care for neither their workers nor the environment.
We shot this look at the former Olympic Village in Munich, which was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics. It has a very dystopian, futuristic feel to it, kind of built as an autonomous city inside a city.
The more people that engage with intersectional feminism means that more important discussions are heard, where the voices of those who have experienced and still experience oppression can be uplifted and celebrated, particularly the voices of people of color, trans, non-binary, and queer people.
In February, I spent 24 wonderful hours in Gent and these were my favorite spot in this pretty little Belgian city!
I like the simplicity of the pencil, it is honest in a way.
Showing you, my favorite spots in Nørrebro, one of Copenhagen's many "hip" neighborhoods, including food, shopping, and sights!