make a wish


here we go again! couple of days left until the next
fashion week in london.
this spring i had the great pleasure to assist
in the backstage area,
welcoming the autumn/winter trends, but this season i want
to see the shows from the other side.
since the door is open for the fashionista bloggers,
i am hoping for entry.
which show would you attend?



well/come to mystyle

what can i say?! i just got a bit tempted to show you a peek of my style...
and the occasion? one of my lovely friends gave me two! acne shirts with
the simplest smile: "they are too short for me."
well, im not afraid to pull off mens clothes,
especially if they are from one of my favourite brand.
im proud to say: im an acne girl now.

...the view from my home in budapest.
necklace - COS
backpack - from sweden
heels - topshop



always glad to find photographers with nice clean portfolios.
just love the architecture pictures.
b a u (your)haus


i wanna be an acne girl.

because it is never enough what you can get in the shops 
the current season and fashion is faster than a rollercoaster, 
let me tempt you and introduce my new love:
Acne ss11 pre collection.
to d i e for.
no question: i wanna be an acne girl.

- acnestudios.com -



01 COS 02 MMM

03 alexanderwang 04 rag&bone

05 complexgeometries 06 LD Tuttle

07 LFsC at NJAL


vivid pastel

2 days left until the london college of fashion graduate show.
this year you can watch the show live on their website.
watch out for a new hungarian designer: anna horvath.

"Her graduation collection was based on
Moholy’s levitating shapes and his life-long experimentations
on transparency: by using overlapping
see-through fabrics such as organza and chiffon,
Horvath was able to ”mix“ colours.
The shapes and propositions of the collection
were inspired by Art Deco fashion designers such as
 Marti, Anon and Atalier Bachwitz."

any thoughts?



before i left london,
i was helping out on a shoot for my uni middlesex.
3rd year fashion design students' collection
was photographed for their graduate look book.
more than 50 garments and 1 that really caught my eyes:
gorgeously made leather coats accompanied by
stretchy tight under garments
creating strong silhouettes.
very gareth pugh with a feminine touch..
watch out for her!

e d i t: i know this post got a fall/winter feeling,
i just couldn't resist!
summer moodboards coming soon!


w a n g

welcome home!
after a long break i am reporting now from
budapest, hungary, my home city.
enjoy those wang beauties until im back with
some more fashion inspiration!

- jakandjil.com -



usually noone really talks about fashion object photography!
in turn it can be very artistic or unusual as in this case.
get lost in this amazingly constructed Alphabet, 
that Bela Borsodi - photographer/stylist-
designed for WAD magazine.
this is my personal favourite, but if you would like to discover some more of his work,
click here.
you will see: this man can bring objects to life!



wait! first let me credit this amazing fashion editorial.

photo - madame peripetie
photo assistant - blackshift
styling - sigismund pommeroy
hair - michael westkemper @tony&guy
make-up - christine forsch
models - xenia/katja

all garments from the ss 2010 collection of dora mojzes ,
a talented hungarian fashion designer.
her aim is to create the image of the 21st century woman:
confident, successful and open-minded!
her collaboration with surrealist photographer madame peripetie 
is the evidence for that.
a mind-blowing styling, lovelovelove!


spirit of the time

this is what i call fashion editorial.
spot on, sharp work from an online magazine
-VNFOLD- i have just discovered.
they've also produced a werkfilm alongside the shoot, which makes it even more original.
the video techniques used (like rewind, slow-motion...) are brilliant,
 matching and setting the mood. 
click on play and enjoy!