Finally back to Vienna after spending several intensive days in Paris. We took the earliest flight to Paris (with Fly Niki) at 6.15 a.m.! Honestly speaking, I am not the biggest fan of early flights haha, but hey the work has to be done, right? Even though we were really busy, I found Paris more enjoyable this time as the weather was really, really great. The city is always more alive and exciting when it’s warm and sunny outside. It seems that everything is re-awakening from hibernation. 🙂
One of my favourite spots in Paris are the gardens of the Palais Royal, where we have also shot some insane looks. Can’t wait to show you that! We have already posted a preview picture on our Instagram. If you haven’t seeen it yet, check it out here. To me, the gardens appear like a magical secret garden hidden by the buildings. A place where Parisians escape from the busy city streets. If you haven’t visited this place yet, I definitely recommend it to you. It’s very charming, you can sit on one of the benches under the arcade of trees and read a book or you stop by in one of the many small unique shops, galleries or restaraunts. The choice is yours!
While we are speaking about Paris….in our recent collaboration for L’Oreal Professionnel and Kronlachner, a concept store focused on hair, fashion & lifestyle, which are also a part of the Haute Couture Francaise in Austria we are presenting the recent hairtrend “French Girl Hair“. Hair stylists in HCT stand out with high level of “French aesthetics” and playful combination of hair styles and fashion. The goal of this cooperation is to lure men and woman into visiting hair studios and experiment with French Girl Hair style. It is characterized by natural coulours, feminine and relaxed cut. The secret behind the French Girl Look – “perfect and uncomplicated” are not in contradiction but ensure the natural glow of the hair.
Photos: Inge Prader
Necklaces – SeeMe (hand-crafted by survivors of violence)