thank you so much for sending these goodies my way. I have only recently started to enjoy NARS and I have followed them online what they did backstage at the fashionweeks and kept you up to date with some of their looks for londonfashionweek. more about my recent posts about NARS here >>
so I got four pieces from the HOLIDAY 2014 COLOR COLLECTION and my favorite piece is the eyeshadow!
the ART Basel is over and all I am left with are good memories and awesome books! I hope I will soon find time to go thru them in detail and maybe share with you my favorite works. have a wonderful thursday! xx
I had the amazing chance to get a FOUTA towel in my favorite color and I have used it for so many different things already. when it arrived first I wore it as a poncho, then I used it as a light blanket to watch a movie and this weekend I was reading a book on my towel next to the rhein. ONE towel MANY ways to use it! so let me tell you a little bit about FOUTA – I found a alot on their website and will copy paste the about us for you here –>
“fouta brings together simple design, multi-functional products and a passion for intercultural alliances. With roots in both Tunisia and Switzerland, the label’s founder was inspired to create cotton towels incorporating both the charm and the individuality of traditional Tunisian artisanal production. fouta’s cotton towels pass through diverse hands on their way to us but each towel is a delight to behold and has a multitude of uses: the finely-woven cotton towels brighten everyday life in Tunisia and keep local handicraft traditions alive. fouta is organised on a cooperative basis where handicraft and creativity are complemented by the mutual respect of all parties involved – much as the threads at the end of each towel are skilfully knotted together by the weavers’ hands. The ideas behind fouta also meet with the approval of our customers who are already helping to encourage small local businesses and social institutions in Tunisia and Switzerland. At the same time they are supporting our standards for transparency and the growing durability of all traces that we leave behind us. Furthermore they are accompanying us in our long-term ambition of keeping alive the centuries-old Tunisian textile handicraft with respect and care” read more here