Wednesday, 6 March 2013


So as I said, here are the shots of the new collection's looks made by me. I loved the collection for the graphic silhouettes, for which Maison Martin Margiela is famous,  the use of different colors together, as well as the idea with the hair, which got the show's looks together. Hope you like he pictures!

Photos from Acne in the next post ;)

x, gg.


And as I've relaunched the blog here I come with fresh pictures from Paris Fashion Week (which unfortunately will be over tonight :( ).

To start with I visited Maison Martin Margiela Fall 2013 show, which was adorable. I'm so happy I had an opportunity to be there and I hope I'll visit more and more shows in future. In this post see street style from Martin Margiela, and the collection in the next one.

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Well, it's not what usually call a look, just a small part of it, but it's good to start with :D As I wanted to wear my H&M green sweater (which will come in a whole look in a few days), I decided to do a matching green "make-up".
By the way, looks like it's the first picture of me on the blog. So nice to meet you :)

x, gg


One more of my fresh ideas in photography is taking portraits in a particular color which will discribe the person in a particular way. The basic techniques of pictures, as I also think about the style side of the photos, is wearing clothes of the color and having an unusual make-up/accesory of this color.

The first one is BLUE. For this color, which I adore, I invited my friend Xing to be the model. The minimalist but beautiful make-up suits her asian look pretty much, I think.


Recently I've come across many interesting photographs representing women dressed in men's clothes and, the most stylish one, men's suit. One of my favorites is the Vogue Paris shoot of the October 2012 issue with Arizona Muse.

I'd also been thinking about a shoot in such a masculine style. With my friend Dasha I took some photos during my trip to Russia in January. We've tried to come to a somewhat surrealist image. Hope you like it.