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Think They where normal? Kate Moss, Jonny Depp, Veruschka…they where seen as weird.

In ART, Business, Iconic Woman on November 27, 2014 at 12:15 pm

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People need to stand out some how, no matter if it’s because of the mindset, or the look. ” IT doesn’t matter actually what you look like, it’s about creating such a strong image they never forget about you again!” Veruschka.

Kate Moss did stand out, was she considered real modeling material? No!! Was Jonny Depp really what most people where looking for casting actors? No!

Was Veruschka a perfect beauty in the 60s with her big feet, her very long and skinny legs and her bones? No!

Where they special, and are they still HERE as style icons? YES

Thanks for Vogue for Kate’s photo.

Marisa Berenson, amazing look in purple…

In Iconic Woman, Looks and Outfits on November 4, 2014 at 9:05 pm

Looking for an Iconic woman, I came across Marisa Berenson. I have to say, I love that color since I’m a child, my mother used to wear it a lot and buy me violet and purple clothes all the time. It’s wonderful!! And no, I understand why she was one of the best paid models in her time. Thanks for this picture

Polite chic and beautiful coat, Francoise Hardy forever!!

In Iconic Woman, Looks and Outfits on October 23, 2014 at 6:46 pm


Well, surfing a bit, I found Francoise Hardy, and I have to say for me she is one of the queens of “polite chic” that I adore. Never too much, very sensual but with such natural elegance she looks wonderful (of course still looks wonderful) even in jeans and a simple T-shirt. It’s actually that natural and casual attitude what I love about women…and Francoise Hardy has it all!!

Got the pictures from ZZ gonna use, Fashion Icons… wonderful blog on TUMBLR!

Vivienne Westwood and Kate Moss…think they enjoy being themselves?

In ART, Business, Iconic Woman, Wonderful Looks&Outfits on October 17, 2014 at 6:50 pm


Well, Kate Moss is an example of “I don’t care” attitude, when it comes to enjoy doing what she loves, no matter what the world thinks about it. And this beautiful picture of Kate with Vivienne Westwood shows me even more, how important it is to enjoy being the person you are, with your unique skills, personality and style doing your business or simply living it!

Vivienne Westwood said that sentence I mentioned on a video days ago ” the most interesting people are the thinkers”, and also that  ” there is no latest thing, it’s all BS”. So doing things your way is key to know who you are, otherwise people will try to tell you who YOU are. How is Kate Moss the style icon that she is? Because she has no stylist, that might be one reason, so she does what she feels like doing, and kept doing it for so long… we adore it!

Picture from Marie Claire

Thank you Debbie Harry, for everything…

In ART, Iconic Woman on October 7, 2014 at 5:54 pm

Debbie Harry, 1977. Beautiful pink color, beautiful flowers, and a wonderful face. I say wonderful, not pretty, because Debbie has a face you don’t see often. Perfect cheekbones, shape of her lips, her forehead is not too big, not too small… it’s a perfect mixture.

I get fascinated by faces, personalities and mostly iconic women very often. I still love listening and dancing to Blondie, and enjoy videos of that time so much!! Thanks Debby for your unique style, personality, and for still being there.

Photo from Morrison Hotel Gallery

Fun picture of Jackie Kennedy

In Iconic Woman, Wonderful Looks&Outfits on September 30, 2014 at 1:23 pm

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Thanks Jackie Kennedy, and whoever took that photo, for this fun moment. Love fun moments with relaxed style icons like her.

The trench is great in that color by the way, I’m not the beige trench coat type either!

Keeping style fresh, Lauren Hutton!!

In ART, Iconic Woman, Wonderful Looks&Outfits on September 24, 2014 at 9:27 am

There is no much to say, Lauren Hutton, one of the most naturally stylish women of all time. I love the transparent top, the little safari look, the hut, always love huts. Thank you Lauren, and thanks you 70s for giving us style icons like her.


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