Monthly archive March, 2015

RICK OWENS

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Some photos shot by Stefan in the living room, wearing the Adidas x Rick Owens sneakers.
They kind of give you the feeling of putting your feet in to two gigantic spaceships,
which of course cannot be a bad thing.
 
/LOU

MONDAY MOOD

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Monday, bright light and beige tones, listening to Trust on repeat.
 
/LOU

MING YU WANG

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Jewelry has always been a very difficult topic to me. Since I prefer to keep things simple and minimal, maintaining an amount of subtle details can be a bit tricky. In the end I never treat myself with jewelry because either the pieces are way over the top or just bad quality.
 
Recently, I got in touch with Ming Yu Wang – a New York based jewelry label created by the amazing Jennifer Wang. She designs for people who appreciate unique combinations of natural stones and metals in finely constructed statement pieces. The inspiration for the brand includes themes from classic sci-fi film, the timelessness of art, and the idea that jewelry is like a captured memory you can physically hold and make it a part of you.
 
I received a little package the other day with some pieces from their new collection. Check out the range of rings and earrings which they sent me and head over to their website to see the whole collection for yourself!

 

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ROAMERS

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A while ago, I discovered Roamers aka my new absolute favorite café in Berlin. At this little rustic hole in the wall you can find a high quality menu (you will want to order EVERYTHING) and a homely atmosphere, great for a brunch with friends or just a quick coffee.
Me and Stefan stopped by the other day and had their cream cheese-avocado-toast with poached eggs, sesame and koriander. Some coffee on top of that and a rasberry smoothie. Yes, I wanted to cry a little. I could probably spend all day there if I didn’t have stuff to do. BIG tip for you who are visiting Berlin!
 
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AVIANA

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Beige Aviana coat – Weekday /
 
Jeans – American Apparel
 
Doc’ Martens

 

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Shot by Stefan Dotter

 
 
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RUBEN

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Spent the day having coffee and walking around with my best homeboy Ruben, who took some shots of me in a parking-house in Neukölln. Wearing my dress from COS, coat from Monki and shoes from Vagabond.
 
/LOU

WHITELIES

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The first issue of Whitelies Magazine is finally out in stores/online!
 
This is something my dearest Stefan has been working really hard on ever since he came up with the idea for Whitelies two years ago in his old apartment in Vienna.
Now it’s finally in print and the result is really exceeding all of my expectations.
 
In this issue you can also read a small interview I did with Filippa K, one of my favorite Swedish fashion brands.
 
Here you can read about the magazine and here you can get one for yourself with the cover of your choice!
 
/LOU

POACHED

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My all-time favorite breakfast has always been Sourdough bread with poached eggs, feta cheese and avocado.
(Do I need to explain why?)
So for quite some time I’ve been wanting to learn the skills of poaching a perfect egg, but just never got down to it. But today I had some free time and thought I would try it out.
 
I’ve heard from many people that it’s really tricky and that the “swirl in the water” that you’re supposed to make, doesn’t work. So I looked up a more basic and easy recipe and it really was VERY easy.
The result was two eggs poached to perfection. (Beginner’s luck maybe?)
 
Here’s what you need:
 
Free-range eggs
 
Apple cider vinegar
 
Salt
 
Here’s what you do:
 
Fill a saucepan with water to the point where it would cover the size of an egg. Heat up the water so that it creates a light simmer (If there are too many bubbles, the egg will not end up being compact). Splash some apple cider vinegar and a pinch of salt in to the water. Skip the swirl! Just crack the egg in to a little cup, and gently lower down the egg to the bottom of the simmering water. Leave it there for 2-3 minutes and then scoop it up with a big spoon.
 
Done! Serve it with pretty much any type of dish, poached eggs works with anything in my opinion.
 
/LOU