29 March 2013

Spring Break

PANAMA: It is grey almost everywhere in Central Europe when I look out of my window in the morning to check out the sky. Almost Easter and the duffies are still sleeping. The only thing that helps is to think of some bright ideas. Colour your daily agenda, wear bright lipstick and look at the swimming pool series by the British artist David Hockney… plan a trip to a sunny destination if you can or buy bright flowers to put on your desk. Wear your most colourful outfit and colour your plate with bright herbs, eatable flowers and vibrant vegetables. I am lucky to escape to Panama for a few days where I am relaxing in a neon coloured sun lounger beside the pool of the world’s most poplastic hotel, the El Otro Lado, Panama.

El Otro Lado
Diane von Fürstenberg-designed Grand Piano Suite at the Claridges
Mix all flowers together, just make sure that no colour equals another, models wearing Peter Pilotto spring/summer 2013 outfits, ruffled skirt by Peter Pilotto, Krink Markers in neon colours, bright accessories were present almost in every show during the spring/summer 2013 runways, like for example from Marni, a pistachio-coloured Roger Vervier bag from 2010, David Hockney’s key Sixties works at “A Bigger Splash: Painting After Performance” at the Tate Modern, London till April 1st, sparkling, blinking lip shine by Christian Dior, Coral Gucci, spring break at the Francis Ford Coppola Palazzo Margherita in southern Italy, Cinderella shoes by Valentino, A Prada combination from spring/summer 2013

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