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Before I left to live the London life, I was invited for breakfast at Hermès. I mean, who wouldn’t like to have breakfast at Hermès?
I didn’t only go there for the most amazing and delicious breakfast, but also to discover the new Petit h collection. To be honest it was the first time I heard about this initiative from Hermès and I was truly amazed by the result.
Last week I lived the London life, I took a class in Shoe Design to explore my love for shoes even more and fell head over heels in love with the city. It was very interesting being part of the city and exploring its hidden secrets. But I wouldn’t be a good blogger if I kept these nice places all to myself.
Since FOOD is on my mind, this brings me back to this very trendy café I visited on my last trip to Toronto: Café Plenty. A must-go if you ever make it out there! Melissa, the owner, made us our coffee while we stared at the wonderful interior and knibbled on our delicious ‘tarts’.
About two months ago I bought Lola, the cat, a cardboard factory from KEK Amsterdam.
I thought the looked really cool and Lola isn’t really a fan of fluffy cat things, so maybe cardboard could do the trick.
Last Wednesday Line and I were invited to the opening of the brand new Garde-robe Nationale store in Antwerp. Unfortunately Felix decided his mommy should stay home so I had to go on my own.
As a lifestyle blogger it’s quite intimidating to spend a night with all those super fashionable fashion blogger but I survived. No I’m just kidding, I had a great night and met the super nice and very fashionable ladies of Ella & Louise, the Merrymaker, Polienne, Dorothy Dancing and off course Oona 🙂
I love Scandivian rockers but this one is by far my favorite.
Ilmari Tapiovaara designed this Mademoiselle Rocking chair in 1956. The combination of the high back and long slender rockers make it look elegant and sit incredibly comfortable.