Topman Fall Winter Lookbook

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Ok, so Topman is obviously “inspired” by Prada, Gosha Rubinsky, Saint Laurent and other high-end brands for their fall collection. Be that as it may, I still like that relaxed retro vibe in the highstreeters new lookbook. Especially those flared denims, white stitching and fringed suede jacket. Cray cray. I really hope for a Copenhagen-store soon.

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Fox Haus

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I have recently fallen in love this Spanish menswear brand Fox Haus. Not because of ground breaking collections, but because of the brands attention to detail and quality underwear. I must admit that I own way too much cheap H&M underwear, so maybe it’s time for an update. I like the minimal approach of the brand, still being able to incorporate colours and patterns. Also – boxers that can be worn as short shorts! What’s not to like?

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my fashion mood

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If you follow fashion, you probably have seen all the 70s styles on the runways and in shops right now. And obviously the flower-power decade is perfekt for a cool festival look, so the editorial above is sort of my mood board for Roskilde Festival this week. I love the relaxed vibe. Editorial are simply better, when they are not too serious.

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Roskilde Festival – The Essential Look

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I am packing for Roskilde Festival and leaving for a week of music and fun tomorrow. Of course I have done some outfit planning to be able to survive without a mirror. Festival looks are all about being simple, practical and cool. What I do is build my outfits around a basic wardrobe of tees and shorts in black, blue and white. You can’t pack to many tees! Next step is adding loads of accessories that make the look work. Sunglasses are a must for hung-over eyes, a cool hat and raincoat are essential, and since I don’t do rain-boots I always pack a pair of leather boots.

HAT: Paul SmithSHORTS: H&MRAINJACKETHelly HansenSUNNIES: GucciRUCKSACK: Marc by Marc Jacobs.

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real life interior inspiration

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Obviously I like interior and design magazines to find inspiration for my Copenhagen flat, however many of the (Danish) magazines tend to look very similar, showing all the same chairs, rugs, lamps etc. You know the drill. Often in cool (but over the top) combinations. That is why I also like to browse websites with apartments for sale. The pictures sort of give a free sneak peak into real (amazing) homes. I feel like the small imperfections add to the look.

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