• Back in Paris with LONGCHAMP

    Longchamp press presentation happened in Paris during the fashion week. I went to the incredible showroom in Rue St Honoré, and I swear the decoration was stunning. It literally felt like spring time. Full of bouquets de fleurs and green plants, each one more beautiful than the last. Too bad, I heard that I left too early, “sorry Alexa”, or should I say sorry Sarah, you missed Alexa… I would have died if I had met her. Next to Longchamp’s amazing muse, Alexa, the limited collection of the Paris Premier Couture bag was presented, elegant with sophisticated details. I WISH. Anyway the new Spring/Summer 2017 collection offers many pastel blush…

  • Bohemian-Rock

      Back in Paris in this bohemian-rock look inspired by Chloé. You probably have seen the squad girls “Chloégirls”, they have cool boho outfits, very loose with lace and beautiful fabric. It was almost a month ago when I left for Paris with my best friend Eva. We went to a few presentations for Paris Fashion Week, including ACNE Studios and Longchamp, I will come back to these soon. We enjoy a lovely weekend in the Fench capital. I love Ba&Sh and the style of their clothes, very bohemian, quite Frenchy and just so comfortable. We were walking around in Montmartre and stopped by this beautiful and burgundy door which was…

  • Off to Paris with TGV Lyria

    You probably have seen it all on social media, however, I wanted to share my trip to Paris with TGV Lyria. You know that I am always on the train, traveling from one city to the other, for the blog and personal reason. I love the train, I think it is one of the best ways of transportation. You can work or do whatever you want during the journey, you do not need to drive for hours or spent fuel, don’t worry I am any environmental activist ;). But still, think that trains are the most convenient way to travel especially to Switzerland and to the bordering countries. I am…

  • Sunday Classic Style

    Okay peep, I am not making any advertisement for San Pellegrino, just to let you know. Back in Milan, I was super thirsty, and I wanted to stop for drinking something quickly, and the place looked so cute, so we stopped at this place in Brera and started shooting. It was our last day during Milan Fashion Week, and it was a lovely Sunday; sunny and beautiful. No need to mention that Italians are very stylish, and on Sundays, they don’t stay at home in their PJ’s (okay maybe, who knows…) but usually on Sundays they take the time to dress up and take a walk in pretty Milan. People,…

  • It’s freezing but I’m hoping for the best

    PJ are a big trend right now, from silk blouses to kimono dresses and trousers, you might like them or hate them. I guess it is either one way or the other. I can understand that it feels weird to wear a pyjama to go out, but have you ever realized that you can totally up dress your PJ?  Here is one of my PJ look when I stayed in Milan. Remember the latest blush outfit? Yes, the blouse is also a top part from a pyjama ensemble, and mixed with the dress you would have never thought, right? ;) Don’t be afraid to try out, it is probably the best…

  • Menswear is fine to wear

      When you are hanging out with your boyfriend, the weather is not as good as expected and it gets cold, take his sweater and turn it into a scarf. I mean that is what I did back in Berlin. I have no problem having bare legs when the days are becoming colder, but my throat is certainly more fragile. I actualy liked the sweater combined with my outfit.  I am loving this skirt from Diesel fall collection. Its a reversible skirt, the other side has a pony hair effect, which looks so good, but the weather was not that cold yet. I think so interesting when you can wear…

  • Black & Golden

    Back to Berlin with this blogpost. Obviously, I was already in an Autumn mood, nothing really surprising. I love summer time, the beach, the sun but at a certain point I need to wear some jacket, sweaters, maybe just layering a bit more in order to diversify. Okay I’m not really layerin’ here, but still wearing a comfy and pretty warm look, with golden details. When I got the trousers, I asked myself if I would be like the kind of teenager who grew up to fast in a short period and still wears the same trousers, we would call that “L’eau à la cave” from my French and Vaudois…

  • See-through in Prenzlauer Berg

    I shot this look when we were in Berlin. I love see-through tops. I mean a black, lace, see-through top, how could I resist? There is no way that I would. I truly think that transparency with lace isn’t vulgar at all, but very sexy and chic. Can’t we be sexy? My point is that I wore this exact same outfit just before leaving to Berlin. I left Lausanne, took the train to Zürich to meet up with my friend Marina, she is also a blogger and finally went to Lucerne to grab some stuff for the weekend. I wore this outfit in three different cities and I can assure…

  • WE YOUNG AND WE LIVE SO WHY NOT GIVEAWAY?!

    Home vs. homesick? Isn’t the typical sentence that you read whenever someone is travelling and sharing the place where she or he stays in? I do think so. And I am glad because it certainly means something, right? I mean you won’t say it if it wasn’t true, right (again)? I recently had a conversation with some bloggers, journalists or let’s say human being, from different origins. Some could feel very settled and close to one place, where their family is and where their job and everything is. On the other hand, some were more, if I may say that, world citizen. As they explained us, no place in the world…

  • Berlin With VISIONAPARTMENTS

    As I just came back from Berlin, where, Forti and I had a blast, I wanted to share another dimension of our home. Nor Basel, Lucerne, St Gallen or Lausanne, but our lovely bubble in the middle of and crowded Alexander Platz. If you already have been in Berlin, you will totally understand and if not, just picture Alexander Platz as a busy, touristic and very central place. If you have seen some photographs from Berlin you probably saw the TV tower located in Alexander Platz. It was the first time for Forti to discover the German capital and maybe the fourth time for me. As always, big cities changes…