Top left image by me, bottom right via Beaufille SS16
It is actually fortunate that FAWNXFERN jewellery were one of the first deliveries that reached me in Paris. Not only because I was so excited about adding these beautiful jewellery pieces in my life, but also because they inspired me in a certain way that I really enjoyed.
Top images by me, bottom image Larissa Hofmann by Nagi Sakai for Vogue Ukraine January 2016
If you ‘ve read my first post after arriving in Paris, you already know that I am currently living here. The apartment is small and cozy, typical parisian building in the wonderful central and lively neighbourhood of Strasbourg Saint-Denis. It was normal to travel with three large suitcases but still, most of my wardrobe, specially spring and summer pieces stayed at my hometown!
Then some problems occurred. I don’t know what to wear at the office any more. I feel I am constantly wearing similar colour combinations and pieces week after week. Of course, I doubt that anybody notices, because even I don’t pay that much attention to my colleagues every single day! But it still hurts, it’s a personal matter!
So FAWNXFERN jewellery arrived, and as I was observing them, several editorial inspiration came into mind. I wanted to experiment a little; not in real life yet, but I organised a small inspiration photoshoot in my apartment.
This time I was interested in exploring different combinations and parts, where a piece of jewellery doesn’t belong. You can’t wear a cuff bracelet at your neck or ankles, but a belt buckle can be born from a bracelet, or a belt from a skinny scarf.
It is magnificent how such a small detail can mean so much, and completely distort a repeated outfit! Although I am not a DIY person, and I don’t mean that I don’t like it, I haven’t explored that field a lot, I definitely want to experiment some more!
Feel free to share your ideas!