Who's behind this Tumblr fashion blog?
Her name is Mirna, she's 21 year 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 you 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.
22 April 2014
Looking like a golden goddess, Miranda Kerr graces the May cover of Elle Spain, wearing a bikini and seductive expression.
The Duke, Duchess, and Prince of Cambridge arrived in Canberra and colour coordinated in blue outfits, Kate in a Stella McCartney above-the-knee dress, George in a blue sweater and navy shorts, and William in a crisp suit with a blue tie. The family looked elegant and sophisticated, and I can’t help but admire Prince George who is as cute as a button, and constantly tries to wriggle out of his mom’s firm grip.
These beautiful and surreal images belong to the Sony 4K campaign that was shot in Costa Rica, where millions of flower petals were spread in a little village. The team collected botanical life (around 3,5 tons of petals) for two weeks and then proceeded to create the live art pice: “The petals were blown and exploded throughout the landscape, whirled through the prismatic suburban streets, blasted out from a neighboring volcano, and blanketed on a pathway”. The photographs were taken by Nick Meek and the campaign was created by McCann.
It’s rare in fashion to be graced with a truly intimate look behind-the-scenes. There’s an unspoken understanding that even videos billed as such are carefully controlled by the brand. But in his new documentary ‘Dior and I,’ director Frédéric Tcheng is granted absolute access to the making of Raf Simons’ debut for Dior, a time that spans from April to June 2012. After being tapped to replace John Galliano, Simons had just eight weeks, instead of the usual five months, to complete his first haute couture collection ever and one that would define his mark on the house. Drama implied.