Hello there! Who's behind this Tumblr fashion blog?
Her name is Mirna, she's 22 years old and she lives in Croatia. She's studying Information and communication sciences and she's Assistant to Editor in Chief of Elle Croatia.
She's also Tumblr fashion tag editor.
This blog is an online scrapbook where
visitors can soak in people I find inspiring and editorials I love along with snaps of me and my ramblings and adventures.
None of the pictures or texts posted are mine unless otherwise stated. All images are clickable and link to their original source.
Review Disclaimer: Products are provided to Mirna for review and giveaway, free of charge. The opinions expressed about the product or service are that of the reviewer and all reviews are unpaid.
Fashion photography duo Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin captures The New Royals story for the October 2014 issue of W Magazine starring cover girls Naomi Campbell, Cara Delevingne, Charlotte Casiraghi, Ellen Page, and Kristen Wiig joined by Kiernan Shipka, Stella McCartney, Carolina Herrera, Joan Rivers, Jaclyn Smith, Anjelica Huston and Kendra Spears.
In charge of styling was Edward Enninful with hair by Shay Ashual & Thanos Samaras and makeup by Shay Ashual & Thanos Samaras.
Walking on the Moon, exclusively at True&Co., is the perfect bra for an effortlessly chic everyday look. This completely unlined bra features a flattering plunge neckline and fully adjustable straps so you can wear it under any blouse or let the sleek features peek out. Modern touches like the cut-out back elastic, striped trim, and padded clasp will make this your new go-to bra.
From O’Keefe and her west to Viv Westwood and her brash Old World, there’s something about a pioneering lady whose art is intimately connected to its place. This is harsh highlands and Santa Fe chic remixed via L.A. and London for a new street. For September, Need Supply Co. presents its latest lookbook, Highland Punk.
Sir Philip Green (the man behind the Topshop empire) turned his attention to the plus size world, hosting the London Fashion Week’s first-ever plus-size fashion show for his brand Evans.
“This is a big and important part of the market and we need to be seen to embrace it,” Green said of the move. “You cannot ignore the market place. And you can’t be defensive about it, or apologize about [plus-size fashion]. Why should the category be any different from petite?”