I am sitting in front of the computer thinking about today's morning. The lovely photo-session turned out to be a success and I can't wait to arrive to school with my lap-top in my hands and throwing myself in a cafe that is right across Pojane Grammar School, drinking coffee while browsing through today's photos. The hardest part will be choosing which one will be appropriate to go on this blog and to be submitted...where to, is still a top secret.
The post-photo shoot anticipation is what I dislike the most, because on one hand I feel excited and can not wait to see what turned out. I have a best case scenario in my head where I will be overwhelmed with how great the photos turned out to be, how the textures are seen perfectly and how no item of clothing makes me look fat or incapable of making a decent outfit, because the clothes are not black any more but look dark blue. Along side the best case scenario is the worst case one, where everything goes wrong, where every picture is a disaster, where every pose is terrible and I look like a slob even when wearing size 0 pants. I hate the feeling when I can not say "it's done! everything necessary is shot" and I have to fill another session in to my schedule.
Despite all odds, Zoya says pictures are crazy. You will see them in a couple of days, until then I wll have to leave you hanging with only this photo to keep you waiting and to maintain the anticipation that is hopefully in the air. xx
If I would have thought of a project to pull off in a next few days, what do you think would it be? I am really interested in your opinion (it will probably make me think a bit in which direction you think I am going and aiming) and you can express it on my formspring. Guess what I will be doing with Zoya in the next few days and you will see the result in a week!
I am excited to finally start working in this direction and am so pleased that she (Zoya!) is more than willing to help me.
If you are guessing, I must add that in this whole post, there is a small hint that will help you guess. And it is not in bold or with an exclamation mark. Until next week! xx
In my world you do not get much rest because resting is for weak. A person should always find something to make work exciting and fun without ever wanting to rest for a second. This few months ahead will be filled with work and French nights listening to jazz. They will be covered in fashion and will make me forget that it is already end of autumn and that winter is slowly starting. Which makes me think again... What should I wear with my lovely new black coat and will my calculator ever match any of my outfits? It is like asking yourself repetitive retorical questions. Will I really be a model or is it just a prank? Will I really organize a large fashion show? Am I going to cope with all of that fun stress? I can not wait for winter, just thinking of what joy will it bring. Xx
It's November now and I was happy to see a new Zara news leather in my e-mail today finally! It surprised me that the lookbook wasn't for women or man and that they didn't send me the new People! Magazine (if it still exists). They sent me the new TRF lookbook which is again fantastic and unaffordable but still fun to watch. They included the "pattern-pattern" trend in one styling that I find amazing but I would probably never dare to wear it myself, because this is the one trend that can look either horrible or amazing, depending of the occasion, posture and the pattern itself. They used Jacquard pattern and it was a wave of freshness seeing that they didn't use the worn out Paisley again.
All in all, every piece is casual but it looks clean without any unnecessary grunge feel added to it and again there are three pieces I can imagine in my closet soon. Can you guess which ones?
Expect new style photos soon (I know I am boring you to death with these campaign and lookbook styles, but still don't say you didn't get any ideas and you didn't see any new pieces you would like to buy and wear), because today I am having a French night out and French couture fits perfectly with the theme. xx