As the weather this weekend will not be that nice and we don't want you to get bored, we've collected our favourite things on the internet at the moment to keep you entertained, to shop, day dream and practise escapism.
Kenzo World Ad
Kenzo World is the new fragrance by Kenzo but that is not the interesting thing here. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon got Spike Jonze to direct the ad that's starring the actress and dancer Margaret Qualley, Andie MacDowell's daughter dancing expressively. And if you're reminded of Sia's amazing videos here that might be because the mastermind behind Margaret Qualley's moves is Ryan Heffington, also the choreographer of Sia's Chandelier video. And if watching these videos makes youwant to get up and dance yourself, Nowness has got a dance tutorial with the choreographer himself for you. And me. I'll be practising all weekend.
Pandora Sykes' Seville Guide
Seville has been on my travel wish list for a while and seeing the travel diary Pandora wrote of her time there made me want to go even more. I would quite like to add Ronda (google it, it looks spectacular) and Granada but Seville is my main draw. Have a look at her stunning travel diary here and spend the weekend booking flights or practising escapism.
The new Style.com
Today is the day the new Style.com, now a luxury e-commerce site, has launched. It is part of Conde Nast and customers will find shopping pages from British Vogue, British GQ, and Conde Nast Traveller, the whole website is curated with an editor's eye which makes it differ from other e-commerce sites. Fashion Director is my girl - nay, woman - crush Yasmin Sewell and along with well know names such as Alexander Wang, Valentino, Gucci etc, they also stock new and hard to find designers such as Sies Marjan, who I introduced you to here. Even if you're not looking to buy anything, the site is still well worth a look, even if just for inspiration.
Stine Goya's Interior Collaboration
The Danish designer teamed up with Kahler and designed a small collection of vases and pots and they are as pretty as you'd imagine. See everything here.
The Guardian on Micro Bags
Morwenna Ferrier wrote a little piece called 'Size Matters' for The Guardian (read it here) on the new status symbol, a small bag. If you understand German, Claire Beerman also wrote an article for Zeit Magazin in which she states that the big handbag is a symbol for the social status of a woman in which she has to be responsible for everything (the bleeding child, the thirsty husband, ...) whilst the man can walk around unburdened with only his phone, keys and wallet in his pocket.
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke for Lonely Label
You have probably seen the pictures of the unretouched lingerie campaign Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke starred in. They are part of the brand's ongoing series, The Lonely Girls Project, of creative women wearing their lingerie in ways they feel comfortable and empowered rather than objectified. Not all reactions have been positive so Dazed & Confused wrote an article outlining why the girls' body positivity is so important. Read it here.
Images: Style.com, Lonely Label, Kahler, Kenzo, Pandorasykes.com