This is going to be the last post from me in Berlin for a little while now as I have been heading to New York recently for some working experience in the fashion business! I had a wonderful last night in Berlin with close friends and family at Grace Restaurant, wearing a simple black and white outfit with some rosé golden details. Shoes – New Look Skirt – Zara Blouse – H&M Bag – Coccinelle
This book isn’t something new for the fashion crowd out there. But since it was just released in German we thought it would be great to share it once more. The book is funny from the beginning until the end. Caroline De Maigret along with three other French ladies tells all the women around the world how to be Parisian wherever you are. What key pieces you need to have in your closet and how, most important, your attitude and habits need to be. There are no long essays but great short entries and so many good quotes everyone should keep in mind from time to time. After reading this book you start to feel a little more what life is about. It’s about living, give yourself the chance to do so and don’t let too many people judge your life after all.
I would never ever have thought that I would be visiting Weimar more than once or twice. But with my boyfriend studying here it has become a regular weekend get-away destination for me. And honestly – I love this little city! Therefore I’m really happy to share with you my ten favorite places around town. 1. Gelateria Giancarlo is probably the most amazing ice cream café I have ever been to. They have at least 50 different flavors every day and change them from time to time. 2. Goethes house – typical tourist destination but definitely worth a visit. Just seeing how much Goethe was collecting and studying is overwhelming. 3. The Bauhaus Museum along with the Bauhaus University is another aspect why Weimar is so famous. 4. Anno 1900 is a little restaurant located at the Goetheplatz serving delicious food – you will definitely love their menu! 5. The Anna Amalia Library should be at the top of your must-see list. The beautiful interior and the old books are just a feast for the eyes. In 2004 nearly everything was lost due to …
Time is running like crazy and soon we both will be located in New York. Jana arrived safely in the Big Apple and enjoys some free time before her intership kicks-off. I’m still in Berlin training and working before I will join Jana at the beginning of September. This will be a huge opportunity for both of us and we already got so many great things on our list. I got this black leather bag the other day and absolutely love it. It’s from the label Irene Van Ryb, never heard of it before but fallen for it straight away. You won’t believe how hard it is to find a good, not too over priced black leather bag. Was looking for so long, this will join me on my journey to New York… as well as the jacket, of course. Skirt – New Look Jacket – Pink Bag- Irene Van Ryb In cooperation with New Look
In summer there is probably no place more beautiful and relaxing than Italy! The Riviera, Aperol Spritz at sunset, gelato all day and different pasta obsessions – heaven! Here are some impressions of a couple of days in paradise alias Lago di Garda.
A M S T E R D A M 1. It can be so easy to be friendly, nice and helpful. Just take a look at the Dutch people, they can show you how to do it. 2. When you study fashion or fashion management at any fashion school in the Netherlands, you’ll learn the importance of supporting young and upcoming designers or even design students. I have never witnessed a crowd of students so proudly wearing their study colleague’s designs. 3. The Dutch have an extraordinary taste in interior design. Since most Dutch leave their windows without any curtains, you get the chance to catch sight of their beautiful furniture and explicit homes. 4. There is no bad weather in Amsterdam. You’re just too weak or do not have the right clothes, get over it and it will make you stronger. Period. 5. There is no excuse for NOT riding you bicycle at any time. It does not matter if it rains, if there is a storm or sub zero temperatures – you have to t a k e y o …
When in Weimar you certainly shouldn’t miss this delicious sweet treat heaven. Koriat is a local insiders’ tip serving delicious homemade cake with fresh and flavorful ingredients. In their display you will find a classical carrot cake next to a chocolate pecan cake orn a cheese-cherry-white chocolate cake (coasting from 2.50 to 3.00 €). The range is quite big and you will have a problem to choose one in the end (extra note: it’s self-service here!) Along with a tasty slice of cake make sure to drink a good, strong coffee to compensate the sweetness. Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Koriat Kuchenmanufaktur Steubenstraße 48 99423 Weimar open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm What To Wear to this location
We both agree that sushi and asian food are amongst our favorite ever. That is why we were more than delighted when Dudu, having their original restaurant near Rosenthaler Platz, opened a second place in the heart of Berlin city West near Kurfürstendamm. Dudu31 is a stylish location that serves traditional vietnamese cuisine with a modern twist, including extraordinary sushi creations, delicious curries and salads. Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Dudu Bleibtreustraße 31 1070 Berlin What To Wear to this location
When thinking of Weimar you instantly think of Goethe and Schiller, theatre and Bauhaus. It’s this typical city nearly every school class visits and where you find a lot of sightseers. But besides all these cultural highlights, Weimar simply is a perfect little weekend get-away. And therefore you of course need a cool place to stay. Of course you can choose on of those many hotels there but when you are looking for something more personal this is the right place for you. Design Apartments Weimar are two holiday apartments you can rent during your stay in Weimar. The owners offer a big and a smaller flat furnished with interior design pieces from former Bauhaus University graduates who get the chance to present their pieces to the general public. Besides this you will be able to find design classics such as the Eames Plastic Side Chair. But more important is, that you can buy the design pieces straight away. When staying in the apartment you somehow are in a showroom where you can find pieces for your own flat. The owners of the apartments offer …
Last week I headed out to have breakfast at Quchnia, one of Berlin’s most elegant Cafés in a prime location. It is situated at Gendarmenmarkt, directly facing the concert hall. The food is delicious and of high quality, all dishes are appetizingly presented and freshly made. The menu offers a wide variety of breakfasts, different bites like organic sourdough bread or quiches and soups. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and friendly service. Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Quchnia Markgrafenstraße 35 10117 Berlin What To Wear to this location