Mittwoch, 24. August 2011

A Scandinavian Dream

The redhead model-twins Gwen and Donna Loos in the midst of this romantic lookbook inspired by the Nordic romance of Scandinavia .
Not only graphically perfectly realized but also the new Rodarte for Opening Ceremony fw11 collection is a dream itself.
Typical winter/autumn-colors such as dark green and red combined with white meet playful elements with a summery freshness like the cute ruffle-details and pastel colors which should maybe remind us of being cool with the colder months of the year.

By the way : Have you guys the feeling to melt as soon as you take only one step out of the door , too?


  1. AMAZING! I might just have to post about this too, but I will credit you for finding it :D

  2. so cool! love the way the pictures were taken :)

  3. wow this is the most amazing look book shoot I've ever seen! Love the girls, the dresses and the concept!

    Thank you for sharing! Come follow my blog hun :)

  4. w.o.w. !!! :D i really love these pictures :) they're adorable!
    Live.Laugh.Love. - everyday.

  5. Wow!!! These images are so incredible! The clothes and the presentation are so amazing!


  6. This is a new blog. ;)
    You can buy for example a bag!

  7. ich mag die frisuren der models haha

  8. This is so cool! But umm... why are her legs so hairy in the last picture? That kind of freaks me out...

  9. You make a very good point. Many people in graduate school probably do not think of the money they are "losing" by not being in the job market for a number of years. Even those who are paid as TAs and have tuition waivers typically only make enough (if they are lucky) to get by. Medical and law students pay an armandFlorida Drug Rehabreplica rolex watchesa leg for their education, but they are gaining practical experience and know that they will most likely earn salaries that will allow them to pay off debt in a reasonable amount of time. Those in the humanities do not have any sort of guarantee of landing a job that will allow them to pay back debt.


thanks for all your sweet comments!