Why the marinière is not a seasonal trend
La Marinière has nothing to do with the seasonal trend of stripes.
Marinière is a world, a way of being and an eternal classic, inspired by Breton sailors, immortal fashion muses, iconic actress and the sea (mainly the Northern sea, but I love my calm, blue [...]
Cult scenes from a curvy point of view
Sometimes, expecially on sunday, I love to stay shut up in the house watching a lot of movie, Woody Allen’s movies, most of the time.
Yesterday I watched for the umpteenth time Deconstructing Harry and I heard one of his best jokes about Ebraism. When Burt [...]
Or an oxblood velvet blazer
I would have liked to entitle this post “like a dandy“, because it was a great, charming and easy to remember title.
It would be great to evocate a masculine look worn by a woman, but, to be honest, the dandy’s philosophy it’s not the kind of message I [...]
Behind every name there’s a story
My name is Antonietta Maria and I love my name.
I love it because it’s old fashioned and unusual and the order of addends is inverted.
I love it because it holds the story of my ancestors, the history of my family before my birth.
Antonietta and Maria [...]
Through the window: pictures and reflections
The first snow of the season fell the last night on my village. The weather is foggy and dark and the snow flakes are still soft. Winter is officially here and it’s going to stay. I don’t love the dark and hate the fog, they make me feel [...]