styleguide

SuSTYLEability – Sustainability in a stylish way…
Shoes: GEOX by Ochsner Shoes

Sustainability is one of the big words since quite a long time now. And it doesn’t really matter where you’re looking at. Sustainability concerns our daily life and all the different views and aspects that come with it. It may be the rather simple decision whether we use our car or the train to go to work, which products we buy for preparing our meals and which clothes and shoes we’re going to wear.

Suit (and tie)...
Outfit: JUCAN tailor-made

Spring seems to be around the corner and for me it is time for colors. In addition to that, suits shall be a trend, which is predicted to continue this year. Navy and charcoal might be the most common suit colors this season but brighter and more festive colors are gonna be the eye catcher as well. Patterns like plaid suits or paisley tuxedo jackets are also part of the topic.

All you need is...
Shoes: Mathew & Son by Ochsner Shoes

…new shoes. No, I’m kidding, but I absolutely love to get new shoes; it doesn’t matter if it’s about new boots or sneakers. I also like model jobs with focus on shoes in case they’re fitting me with the right size; otherwise it’s getting really painful during the whole day.

Vivre les couleurs! A French inspiration…
Outfit: JUCAN tailor-made

I’m sorry for not getting back to you earlier, but the time has been quite busy since I’ve returned from Milan. One photo shoot after the other, as many gym sessions as possible and yes, the weeks are getting quite fully booked many days before they even start. But you know what? I love it!

The typical winter pattern…
Sweater: Esprit

Waking up today was really winter-like. The streets in Zurich were covered by snow and the weather – not surprisingly grey and foggy. We’re still in deepest freezing winter at the moment. You can notice that when you are looking at people’s mood as well.

Jewelry has the power...
Schmuck: Rhomberg

…to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique. This quote from a jewelry designer based in LA explains the whole magic about it quite perfectly. And it’s not for women only; men do wear jewelry very often as well.