Love Your Parks | Free People

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Free People teamed up with the National Park Foundation and curated a pretty cool collection of season-ready styles fit for adventure.

And I might be in love with Alyssa Miller… ♥

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Free People website & instagram

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Kip & Co | Eden SS17

Kip & Co | Eden SS17

Tropical inspiration in the Eden collection of the Australian Kip & Co. So pretty! 🌴

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Kip & Co website & instagram.

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Mara Hoffman Spring 2017 – Ready-to-Wear

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I’m not really a huge Mara Hoffman fan, but this Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection caught me off guard. Light, modern and totally wearable. I really like it!

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Mara Hoffman website & instagram.
via Vogue.

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Girl Crush: Elisabeth Moss

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Elisabeth Moss by JUCO, the duo Julia Johnson & Cody Cloud, for New York Magazine (04/2017). Read the interview, where she talks about The Handmaid’s Tale, feminism, politics and more.

More Elisabeth Moss here. ;)

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JUCO website & instagram.

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British Pathé | How It’s Made

British Pathé

British Pathé was a company who created newsreels and documentary films from 1896 to 1976, with very broad themes. Fashion trends, travel, science, culture… everything you can imagine. Their work is now digitised and you can watch everything online, via their website and YouTube channel. A real trip back in time. 

My favorite videos are part of a series called “How It’s Made“. They are short videos of 2 or 3 minutes that show the process of producing various objects and foods. Some of my favorites:

Doll Factory (1963)


Wallpaper (1963)


Liqueur Chocolates (1965)


Mixing Face Powder (1958)


Macaroni & Vermicelli (1957)

Incredible, isn’t it? Their channel is full of amazing videos ~ like these Beauty Hints from the 50’s. Let me know what you think of that salad mask. ;)

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British Pathé website & youtube.

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