Several months without posting because of a lack of time, but I am back for good now! I have been back in LA for three months now and that day we went to bloggers’ favorite spot: Melrose Avenue and specifically the Paul Smith store painted in neon pink, which is always an amazing background to take pictures. I think it is even in the top 10 of the most ‘instagrammed” places in LA. It is true that for a shoot and to make your Instagram stand out, nothing beats color and minimalism. So for those who have been there only for the walls and not for the inside, we can say that the store is like a little museum, half clothes store, half pop-up store Colette style, where shopping becomes a cultural experience, the temple of hipsters, whether you like it or not. But Melrose Avenue is also full of other hip stores like Fred Segal that mixes a restaurant and a pop-up store; Kitson; street art or more luxurious boutiaues from Beverly Hills to Silver Lake, going through Hollywood. A must if you visit the city of Angeles.
Pictures: Keith Bienert
Shoes: Emilio Pucci
Purse: Max Mara
Considering the fact that I have been working a lot lately, it has been difficult for me to find the time to publish an article. So with an hour ahead of me, I am glad to post pictures that were taken a few days ago. After the heat wave we had in Paris, I obviously find it more pleasant to wear loose clothing. I wanted to set up a bohemian chic outfit with a large tank top and a long flowing skirt. And to accessorize without overloading, a chunky necklace and almost nothing on my wrists. To contrast with the bicolor outfit, a colorful background with all the flowers we can find in Paris these summer days (just like the colors I like on Instagram). I wanted to take nice Parisian pictures with a peek of the Eiffel Tower behind me but without it being cliché. You can’t tell on the pictures but we had to avoid tourists every two seconds and it was a bit of a headache to not get them on the pictures!
Photos: Stephen Anderson