Saturday, 30 September 2017


The fashion week in Paris conquers the hearts of all people with legendary shows of outstanding designers as Choé, Masion Margiela, Dior, Elie Saab, Sant Laurent,  Kenzo, Balmain and many many other stunning brands. Paris is always something very magical, a place where inspiration can be found even if you wandering along a narrow street, especially if it's a Paris fashion week (of course for those, who loves fashion). Suddenly I’m not in Paris now, but I’m avidly following all the collections and street looks on social media and feeling already so inspirited for creating new looks.  But now, let’s keep an eye on the best looks of this Parisian week!

P.S. This season trends- caps, berets, oversize jumpers with high neck, oversized check blazers, oversized bombers, white blouses, trenchcoats, wide pants, adidas joogers;
Shoes- over-the-knee boots, kitten heels, sneakers, dr. martens boots
Glassies- 90'style, cat-eye;
Prints- floral, striped, checked;
Colors- red, blue, black.

CINEMA DAY: The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared

What can a hundred-year old man do? Lie under a dropper or at best play dominoes.. But it isn't his story.
Director-Felix Herngren.
Allan’s birthday. He turns 100. He tired of senseless living in the home of the elderly that is why he decided to climb out the window and to disappear. Soon it becomes clear that all hundred years of his life are continuous adventures.  At the first hour, he quarrels with the bandit and leaves in an unknown direction with alien bagged. All his life, he swims with the flow, but for some reason always sails to his favorite occupations - feasts and all kinds of explosions. His life was never boring, for the first his scream, when he has born to the sitting on the beach with elephant and drinking beer.
 I really didn’t expect that this Scandinavian film would be so exiting. From the first 10 minutes it conquered my heart.  It is a dark comedy… I love dark humor, so it’s the best variant for me.  This film is all about adventures, which are accompanied by ridiculous jokes. This is the movie from which you don’t even want to be distracted. Every minute happens something that will grab your attention.
Following the logic of the film, fate loves sincere and honest people. Perhaps, this is the main theme.
I wish I could be as cool when I reach 100 years old. 
Watch it and enjoy!

Wednesday, 20 September 2017


 Cap- Asos, Top- Brandy Melville, Jeans- H&M, Sandals- Mango

Sunday, 17 September 2017

CINEMA DAY: Kis Uykusu/Winter sleep (2014)

"Wintersleep" is a three-hour conversation film in which the whole drama is hidden in dialogues. It is worth to mention that this film has received a golden palm on the Cannes Festival in 2014 and won the hearts of many directors. 
The story is about a man named Aydin, a former actor who opened a small hotel somewhere in Anatolia. In winter, when the snow falls on the Anatolian steppe, Aydin stays alone with two women - a recently divorced sister and wife, who doesn’t love him for a long time. 
Usually, when the film is good, we can speak so much about it, but this film is different, we need to listen to it very and very attentively. This film is built on dialogues, which everyone understands in different ways. 
"Winter sleep" is a philosophical masterpiece, which is for the "thinking viewer". And it's masterpiece because of the dialogues (as I said before): about the problems of societies, about non-standard ideas, for example how to defeat the crime, and just about the people’s relationships. Conversations between main characters automatically immerse us in this wrapped atmosphere of reflection and we quietly enter into a dialogue with them. 
Actor's play is at the highest level. The scenery is as detailed as it can be: there is nothing superfluous, everything has sense. 
I can compare this film with “Toni Erdmann”, they both are very good, but you can’t say a lot about what you have seen in them, coz the meaning is lost, we should listen these movies with our ears.