It is a time to look toward the future, without denying the past.
Last week was busy at work, but I did have a personal breakthrough as well. The brochure I've been working on since February finally came from the print house and I got to hold the first copy in my hand. I can't tell you what a feeling it evoked - a moment I'll cherish for the rest of my life, that's for sure.
If you want to have a look at the final brochure, you'll find it in pdf here. Some of my readers have called me patriotic about my city, I hope this brochure will clarify to you my dear readers why I love my city so much.
This week I've been inspired by Italian Prada which I've found in both Elle Finland and the Swedish Elle I picked up in Stockholm when I visited it some weeks ago. Next year the colorful fashion house will celebrate its 100th birthday, and it's well deserved if you ask me. Elle Finland calls it a dream factory, which I think is quite striking.
And nobody can forget the movie "The Devil wears Prada", filled with luxurious clothing. I think the head designer Miuccia Prada seems like a misterious lady with perfect timeless style.
Swedish Elle talks about Prada's history as well. I think it's amazing how the dresses seem current even though they belong to the older collections. True style never becomes old.
I especially like the dresses the fashion house has, as well as its shoes. What is your Prada favorite?