#InstaLOVE – December 2016



I am an Instagram maniac and I openly confess that I spend too much time on filtering my feed. But it’s irresistible, when you have so many great accounts to follow! If you are ready for a dose of beautifully curated walls, inspiring photos and delightful shots – see my December recommendations!


@larryhofmann / A model, who walked for everybody, from Tom Ford to Dior, taking some truly subversive photographs for off-beat magazines during her free-time. But for Larissa Hofmann that’s not enough. She’s also an artist, who does spilled coffee drawings (literally). The effect? Spontaneous, far from perfect, yet intriguing study of human body. For committed Egon Schiele fans. Full series coming soon, so keep your eye on her Instagram feed.


@virgomood / All things reminiscent of a virgo’s mood. I’m a virgo, so naturally I’m in love with this account.


@bfgf / An art brand inspired with comfort, beauty and humour. Scarves, blankets and pillows, all covered with childish motifs, curvy silhouettes and stereotipically American symbols. With love from Los Angeles. Buy it all here.

Mr Porter US

Autumn Escape


Autumn is my favourite season.

No21 clothes from Concept 21 Store. Photographs by Edward Kanarecki.

#DACBE in The Waiting Room


It’s so strange, when you are the person, who writes for magazines, and then… you see yourself in one.

You can’t believe, how happy I am. It’s the first time, when Design & Culture by Ed, my five-year old blog, and my collages (which accompany every fashion show coverage) were featured in a printed magazine! The Waiting Room is a publication that touches on all creative territories, delivering articles on contemporary culture in art and design. The magazine, founded by Mosope Alli, looks forward to still widely unknown artists, fashion’s creative sensations and in-depth, profound interviews. It focuses on art, but in comparison to other big players, Alli tries to leave pretentiousness behind and make a statement – art is all about self-perception. In the first issue of The Waiting Room, I’ve shared my favourite collages from the past few seasons, like military Casely Hayford AW16 for men or Gucci’s Frida Kahlo-inspired collection for women. Also, there’s an interview where I’m discussing my love to collage-making, most inspiring people in the industry I admire and my plans for the future!

For now, The Waiting Room is a university project – but Mosope is having big plans for his “baby”. Hope to hear her soon in magazine industry!






Poet’s Romance. Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Pre-Fall’16


I was appealed to Lorenzo Serafini‘s toned romance at Philosophy already in September – and this moody pre-fall 2016 lookbook wins my heart, even though the brand felt a bit sleepy to me in the past. Feminity, romance and lightness are the stylistic traits of the new creative director of the label, which was found by Alberta Ferretti back in 1984. Before his appointment, Stefano lead the womenswear at Dolce & Gabanna – however I can’t entirely believe in this by looking at those delicate and sensual clothes presented by the brand’s muses, Stella Lucia and Julia Jamin. Initially, the collection is about a masculine, slightly over-sized yet minimal suit – but then, Serafini keeps it more girly, introducing frivolous, lace dresses and crotchet tops. Also, the shearling coat selection is sharp – it seems like the season’s must-have piece will come from Philosophy.





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