Archive for June 2014

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. 

quick hello from the city


Hello dear readers! A lot of you asked what I will be doing here in London and I thought I'll have to explain something. I will move in July to London in order to work as a fashion assistant for a succesfull fashion label which I will announve later. Last week I received my a levles and so I left the country ASAP which was actually my dream for years. So now I'm sitting here in a Cafe in Brick Lane, figured out how to take the bus and the tube (and I have to say I love taking the bus because you get to see so much unless it's not rush hour ). I really can't wait to move to London in July and really live the life without thinking about weather to take the Picadilly or Central Line. I got to know so many people here the past few days and I feel very inspired by this never sleeping city.