Mexican Fashion Week started this monday, and thanks to Koleston we got backstage access. Here’s a video we made of the first day. Enjoy!
This week we visited Michael Parker, a southerner born with a Mexican heart. Michael shares an amazing apartment with his two cats in centro. It´s beautifully decorated with vintage pieces from Lagunilla and an impressive collection of books and records he brought with him four years ago when he moved down from New York. These photos are best enjoyed with a martini. Sueño: Que todos mis amigos vivieran en la misma ciudad y… Read more »
Just today I was telling El Vikingo how happy I am living in Mexico. I really like our neighborhood and our life here. But then I started thinking about our time in Shanghai, and after seeing some pictures and this video I could`t help but feel nostalgic. I really liked to live there too. I hope one day I will be back. I know I will.
Today, I couldn´t be happier to show you the latest Closet Voyeur, Why? Because for the very first time It was not just me doing this section, this time El Vikingo participated with his very own interpretation of The Closet Voyeur in video. Honestly, I think is really cool, but what can I say, I think everything he does is cool
I just got the Monki Magazine number two. Well not physically, because I’m in Mexico and the magazine came to my boyfriend’s address in Sweden. The Monki Magazine is a cross between a normal catalogue and magazine. I think more companies should try this, as it adds more value: it looks nice, it’s full of inspiration, short stories, interviews, and, of course, Monki products. I’m a real fan of the Monki brand, even if I’m… Read more »
Today is the Bastille day, the French national holiday. As a France lover, I do my own annual little celebration. I listen to my favorite French songs, I eat French food (if possible), I look at my pictures from France, and I dream about the next time I will be sitting in my favorite Crêperie Bretonne. I know that day will come again. In the meantime I want to share with you the… Read more »
A while back when we were out walking around town we stumbled across this very cool cafe called the The Cottage cafe. It was the kind of place you always fantasize about owning, you know the one filled with old memories and trinkets from all your travels around the globe, a place where artists and vagabonds sit down to write their mémoires or just to have a chat about the mysteries of life while… Read more »