Wednesday, 28 April 2010


'Blessed are the Flexible... for they shall not be bent out of Shape'.

Yogic expression

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Rutzou - Oh Suzanne'


New In..

Gorgeous silk maxi dress.

It comes in white/grey also.

Strap less

So simple,

This one comes in grey, also

Monday, 26 April 2010


'The World belongs to the Enthusiastic'.

Zetterberg 2

Therese Zetterberg' designs are feminine, sculptural, with a very strong eye for detail.

Classical. Deco...

This collection is shot and styled in a flat, sculpted, painterly fashion.

Very 30's.. The romantic, the eclectic, the glamorous.
This Collection and styling embodies much of the spirit of Art Deco.

Shades.. of Tamara de Lempicka.

Each piece from the collection incorporates classical elegance, sculpted lines with a contemporary edge to create a timeless wardrobe.

Taking inspiration from the glamour of the 20’s, 30's, 40’s, mixed with Roman and Greek mythology, Zetterberg’s design is a modern twist on romantic vintage.

The range consists of various dresses, silk pencil skirts, sheer silk blouses and luxury playsuits.

Beautifully Shot..

The depth of the image is flattened, the perspective is reduced.

The focus is on the painterly, the sculpted, the pattern. The image becomes 2 dimensional

Deco Diva.

The colour palette is rich with hot dip dye pinks, marshmallow, baby blue, ivory, black, apricot and mint.

Zetterberg strongly believes in fair trade and ethical manufacturing.

Like many artists, De Lempicka' work has a strong element of self - portrait.

A gorgeous Silk flowing Maxi Dress

That age of Glamour..

Wednesday, 21 April 2010


Therese Zetterberg.

'I want to say with my brand that it is always right to add a little extra glamour and femininity in your life.

I believe in quality above quantity'.

'I want to design timeless clothes made in exclusive materials which last a lifetime'.

My clothes are made one by one with a lot of care ..

I wish that my customers will love their clothes even 10 years after they bought it'.

Bow Jacket.
Very easy to dress up or down.

Hanne Bloch +

Hanne Bloch

Gold Crochet Knitted Jacket.

Hanne' philosophy is that a wardrobe should complement the beach or pool-side as much as it does a night out.

Guided by a simple, sexy sophistication, she weaves unexpected details into pieces that combine as effortlessly as they add flourish, all on their own.

Keep it Simple.. Classic



Elegant and stunningly beautiful designs, the fine materials and exquisite craftsmanship are her trademark.

She is at the forefront of fashion with new details and silhouettes and provides an original and always feminine look for the chic and style-conscious woman aware of the trends without relying on them.

A stunning drapey dress..

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly was graceful.

She emanated the status and qualities of an icon: white-gloved, elegant, passionate—and frankly sexual. A romantic.

Grace Kelly did not inhabit the world of excess.

She had five years of radiance in Hollywood in the 50s. It was in Rear Window where Grace Kelly achieved her full iconic stature.

In 1954, when Rear Window premiered, Grace Kelly had only been in four films.

She was Hitchock' muse. He found her, he would never replace her.

She was hardly known to the public, and then suddenly she was known - an iconic star.

James Stewart could not take his eyes off her.

Grace, graced us.

Her film career was so brief.

As soon as she arrived', she left to marry her Prince.
When Kelly left Hollywood the whole world wanted her.

She was conservative, discrete.

She was famously loyal to the clothes she bought, and reluctant to throw them away, only purchasing new outfits on a modest scale.

Grace Kelly is remembered as the beautiful American actress who married a European prince, bore him three of the most badly behaved children in Europe, and then died in a tragic car crash in Monaco in 1982 and reportedly suffered a stroke.

The most striking thing about Kelly’s wardrobe is how conservative it was. As one of the most beautiful women in the world, whatever she wore looked sensational, her style was correct, proper, but never adventurous.

She wore what was comfortable, what suited her, not what fashionable. Skirts below the knee, waists nipped in, shoulders broad, and everything is discreet, covered up, classy. Hats + gloves.