Just in time I got back to New York, Creem magazine published an interview and a story I shot here last time. Check out more here - creemmag.com/anni-jurgenson/
Anni Jurgenson is no stranger to the fashion industry. When she was just 15, she was scouted in her native Estonia thanks to the popularity of her fashion blog, Style Hurricane. However, Anni operates on both sides of the industry; nearly five years after her discovery, she not only models and blogs, but she also designs one-of-a-kind, avant grade ear cuffs. We talked to Anni about her designs, her inspirations, and what’s on her radar for the future.
Shot on a chilly but sunny day in November in the parks and streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Styled by fellow model Kelsey @ Marilyn Agency
photographer SAM LIVM stylist KELSEY WARMAN hair & makeup SARA BROWNLEE
The other day I was cleaning up my computer's hard drive and found this little gem from the year 2011. It was just the moment before sunset in Austin, Texas where we were shooting an editorial for Teen Vogue
David Mallett's salon is the go-to place in Paris when your hair needs a fix. Huge rooms with high ceilings are filled with pleasant scent of David's own scented candles, amazing taxidermy, a mix of modern and vintage furniture, stylish hairdressers and even better looking clients.
To maintain the post salon look in your hair, David Mallett offers his own haircare line in beautifully designed bottles. I have been devoted to the amazing hair serum for a year already and just got an extra bottle. Now I'm also giving a try to the newest product, The Australian Salt Spray.
(kusjuures tooted on ka Eestis saadaval, Creme de la Creme'is Viru Keskuses)
Maybe you have heard of clothing brand and record label Maison Kitsuné but there's a chance you didn't know they actually also operate a super cool coffee shop in Paris. It's hidden in the courtyard of Palais Royal, one of my favourite spots in the city. By the way, kitsune means "fox" in Japanese and Japan influences are felt at the café as well (matcha lattes!). Good coffee, fresh cold-pressed juices, gluten free cookies - a rare sight in Paris!
51 Galerie de Montpensier, 75001 Paris
Hot chocolate with matcha
Although the place itself is tiny, you can always take a coffee and sit on one the benches in the park or by the fountain.
Can't decide between Asian and French cuisine, have them both.. Sadaharu AOKi patisserie blends Japanese flavours with traditional French sweets.
They have black sesame eclairs, matcha green tea croissants and a wide selection of different macarons. I also saw they sold black packaged sesame ice cream, temptation was big, but no (for 15€). Have to go back to Japan for that! (four locations in Paris) 35 rue de vaugirard 75006 Paris near the Luxembourg Garden
matcha and black sesame macarons. Loved them! Favours were strong and macarons overall weren't as sweet as usually.