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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.

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Every playlist needs a feel-good, screw-your-ex track. Enter Ella Eyre, who belts biting lyrics over floor-shaking beats on her latest single. Single ladies: Rejoice in your new power anthem.


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Karla of karlascloset.

18/08/14
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For reasons unknown, Zara thought it’s wise to slap the phrase “White Is the New Black” on a plain white tee, prompting a social media shitstorm with allegations of racism. The most likely explanation is it’s just a play on words that the retailer didn’t quite think through; the NY Post points out that they have a similar shirt with the same statement about leopard print.
The Huffington Post adds that it’s not currently up on their site, “which makes it difficult to determine when it was initially released. There’s a chance it may have been removed, or it may not currently be available yet in North America.” Either way, Zara hasn’t made any sort of comment.

For reasons unknown, Zara thought it’s wise to slap the phrase “White Is the New Black” on a plain white tee, prompting a social media shitstorm with allegations of racism. The most likely explanation is it’s just a play on words that the retailer didn’t quite think through; the NY Post points out that they have a similar shirt with the same statement about leopard print.

The Huffington Post adds that it’s not currently up on their site, “which makes it difficult to determine when it was initially released. There’s a chance it may have been removed, or it may not currently be available yet in North America.” Either way, Zara hasn’t made any sort of comment.


The Boiler House was first built in 1880 as a utility building for the adjacent school. In 2004 it was converted to a residential property by an architect David Buchan. Love its cute front – looks like a doll house in the middle of Islington. Interior decor is modern and stylish – with light and airy interior design it is a house to make you happy and jolly.