the change


// Shirt - My Dads, Ripped Jeans & Bag - Topman, Boots - Asos

Suddenly everything changed. Literally everything. I moved safely from the smallest town in Germany to this never sleeping city, London. And yes I know it's a term which you usually would use to describe New York but it's definitely true when it comes to London, too. Speaking of which I cannot describe how much I'm in love with the apartment I'm living at, the area I have to cross when I walk to my dream working place and all the new great people I already met. I think everyone who followed this blog a little can imagine how crazy I am about working in fashion. And now finally everything is coming together. Let's get this started!

sneak peak


// Shirt - My Dads, Ripped Jeans & Bag - Topman, Boots - Asos

Since I'm moving from Germany to London and from Blogger to Wordpress at the same time I've got into more "trouble" I've expected. The past two years I always announced on this blog that big news are coming up or that there is a lot of exciting things to expect. Now, during the change, everything is so much more valuable to me. What I've done to make the blog work is finally now getting in shape. By that I mean that I am slowly reaching the point I want my blog to be like. Well, honestly, I will never reach that because expectations are always higher then possible. For now I'm very happy to post a little favourite outfit during all the changes. I could wear ripped jeans and printed or black shirts each and every day. 

the future home

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London Town
I still cannot believe that my move to London is only a few days away. I wanted to share some pictures with you now from my trip to London a few weeks ago in order to say hello at my future work place (stay tuned) and in order to find a room to call London my home. Thoes photos - basically all photos of this post - are taken spontaneosly whilst running around in this crazy city. During my trip I fell in love with Soho and the view from the southwark bridge which you can see on the second photo.


London Launch Party hosted by Shini Park
Another exciting thing besides my internship, my new home and the great new poeple I met was the Launch Party that was hosted by my favourite blogger on earth alias Shini Park from Park & Cube. I've been a regular reader and one of her biggest fans (my friends will probably know what I am talking about) for I guess 3 years now. It was such an honor to get to meet her. The moment I saw her was exciting for me than the moment I received my A-levels - I ask myseld if this comparsion is even legitimate - but it really felt like on of these parts when a young kid is going to disney land for the first time. I am so thankful for the chance to have a talk, a gin tonic and an insagram with the amazing Shini Park.

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We should deffo meet up
That's all I can say. I met a bunch of great people during one and a half week who I can hopefully count as my freinds in the near future. This is another reason why I love London. You get in touch with people that share the same interets so fast weather you're having lunch at Brick Lane or having truble with your Oyster Card. Apart from meeting loads of new poeple I met some "oldiess" too like Cailin from Birds of a feather flock together. I was so great to have lunch in Notting Hill, having nights out and talking about fashun. I am really looking forward to meet a lot of (even more) cool people in London. 

don't question what we do


// Pants - Zara, Shirt - Primark, Boots - Asos

bits and bobs of green


// Shirt - My Dads, Pants - Zara, Shoes & Belt - Second Hand

I am back in Germany in my hometown with absolutely no clue and no inspiration where to shoot my outfits. I really can't wait to move to London - I already found plenty of locations where I'd love to shoot some outfits. Back to the topic, let's talk fashion. I bough these beautiful green pants a few months ago at Zara. There made out of a very soft cotton fabric that almost feels like you'd wear sweatpants (I think everyone would recommend that) but still got that chic twist at the top of the pants. Anyways, I put on my brogues shoes from the fleamarket combined with white socks that you can obviously see. I think socks, especially white ones, will be a beloved trend this summer. Eventhough I'm still not into the high knee version with Birkenstocks. Let's see what the summer will show us!

faces #1


Models: Hannah T., Simon M., Klara K., Cailin K.

I took those photos during the past few days, even weeks. When I go through my old archieves I recognize how much I'm into taking potrait photos of my friends. Now I decided to take more portrait pictures in order to create a whole portfolio at the end of the year. Most of those photos are taken very spontaneously on the street. What I really enjoy is that most of those pictures are taken so spontaneously that the models don't even had a clue that they're just being photographed. As a result you can hardly see any fear in the eyes of the them. At the moment I'm planning to take loads of photos in London, especially of its lifestyle and people to fill my portfolio. If you are from London and you're not shy standing in front of the camera while hiding your face asking me what to do now just send me a quick e-mail to bloggersimon@t-online.