TFW. Day1. Piret Ilves

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Piret Ilves is one of those Estonian designers whose creations I adore – young and very talented. Her dresses emphasize the simple elegance. Basic colors with pinkish and lilac accents looked extremely nice. Piret

TFW. Day1. Vera Lustina

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First day of Tallinn Fashion Week was proceeded by Vera Lustina. This designer has her own style which is expressed in every model. Although I was a bit distracted with the big

TFW. Day1. Liina-Mai Püüa

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This was the first show of the Tallinn Fashion Week. Designer Liina-Mai Püüa showed her sophisticated cut and pattern. I’ve liked how the light tinted the fabrics with very beautiful colors. 

MaisonMartinMargiela.H&M

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The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M!  This collaboration was the most unpredictable. Martin Margiela had a very sophisticated cut and form. The collection for

My ’70ies

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Almost the first time I’ve put a hat during the fall season. This have been a big problem since childhood wearing any head accessories – didn’t like them at all.

Katya Dobryakova Fall’12/13

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I’m totally in love with this lookbook. Love every piece from this collection! Haven’t heard about Katya Dobryakova before. She’s a young and very talented Russian designer. Actually she specializes in

Manlike

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Love to have the masculine clothes in my wardrobe. Love to match them with girlish garments and transfer into feminine. Red and gold accents highlight the monochrome outfit. This color

Ilu Sõnum 2012

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Ilu Sõnum is the Beauty Fair held annually in Tallinn. This is the place for those who adore crowded places, big discounts, testers and cheep (or even free) beauty procedures. That just isn’t

jade green

Jade Green

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Colors tend to saturate during the fall season – they become more vivid and intensive. This cute little dress of jade color radiates from far away. In spite of different