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How important is breaking routines?

Le Fashionaire How important is breaking routines? metallic mango leather skirt snake print leather massimo dutti boots the 8 suites hotel charming dark brown sofa books shelves 4743F EN 805x450

Lisbon. Last Friday we went to Lisbon for L'Oreal's Stylista party (soon there will be some fantastic news) and we ended up sleeping there. The idea was to stroll around the city in the morning and, in the afternoon, to go to Portugal Fashion. But...

Is the wood bag the new it bag?

Le Fashionaire Is the wood bag the new it bag? black jacket stars moon embroidered gold hm camel wool zara knit gold silver bird cinco necklace front buttons black fake leather zara skirt 1949F EN 805x450

Bags and more bags. found this wood bag at the sales and I loved it so much that I just couldn’t resist. I mean, how cool is it? The idea was to wear it in the summer but, like anyone who can’t wait to wear...

What i wore and how the Valentin Yudashkin show was

Le Fashionaire What i wore and how the Valentin Yudashkin show was faux fur leopard beret gold old black leather embroidered crystal snakes apples uterque jacket 4488F EN 805x450

Valentin Yudashkin. Although he’s not a very well known designer (at least, in Portugal), Valentin Yudashkin is without any doubt, my favorite Russian designer. Irreverent and with a creativity that many will call too much, Valentin's creations are almost always lush but beautiful. And, with...

My parisian berets in Paris

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Paris. Going to Paris without a beret is like going there and not eating croissants (by the way, I guess I've never eaten so many in my life). Of course, it's cliché, but it doesn’t mean that it’s bad. Especially when the thermometers are 0...

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