Last weekend the former model, and now artistic director, Lolita Jacobs got married with Jean- Baptiste Talbourdet Napoleone, the creative director of M Le Magazine du Monde. The wedding took place in Saint-Tropez, and we were able to follow the ceremony through the guests's Instagram accounts. Besides being a beautiful party under the sun of the French Rivirera, what I liked the most was the unexpected but fabulous dresses that Lolita wore during the wedding weekend.
Finally I am back with an update on my blog after a bit of a hiatus. In April I went for a week to Marrakech in Morocco. It actually was the first time in my life that travelled to a country on the African continent. I was really excited, as I have seen and heard so many lovely things about Marrakech. Now that I my trip is already over I want to share my experience and some recommendations.
Paris has been grey in the fall of 2017 and it continues being in the winter of 2018. While this is not news anymore, Parisians try to keep up with their lives and dress up mostly in dark monotonous colours. I remember, last winter, I used to be one of them, mostly for lack of time and ideas, I guess. Unlike last year, this season I dared myself to wear more colours, and in these images you can see very rare (from my side) but beautiful combination of pale pink, burgundy red (both velvet) and dark blue.
In December, a week before Christmas, I had an opportunity to attend for the very first time the Festival de Cinéma Européen des Arcs. As the name suggests, in this festival only European movies can participate, which is a big opportunity for every audiovisual artist. I was invited by Sisley Paris, as they are one of the most important sponsors of the festival and every year they award a prize 'Femme de cinéma Sisley' to help promote all the women who are making today's European cinema.