Monday, June 17


{Rottweiler Tshirt: Givenchy via Charmholic, Pleated Skirt: me, Heels: a.p.c., Choker: bought in artisan market in La Paz}

Once again im wearing a piece thanks to Charmholic, this time a really cool Givenchy t-shirt which have been highly exposed on streetstyle blogs with this signature Rottweiler. In contrast, i'm having a guest in this post, my little kid Chicharron (yes, it means sth like "deep fried pork"). He is a sweet and playful 5 months rescued puppy which I adopted with my friends.
I took these pics about two weeks ago when it was still warm, but now it seems like cold weather finally arrived to stay in the city and i'm having the worst cold eveerrr. Im already daydreaming of a hot summer soon ♥

Thursday, June 13


{Clase Turista Collection A/W2013}

This is another great argentinean fashion designer u should check out: Vanesa Krongold.
She had her formation as a fashion designer and stylist at Palermo University, as many others that are rising in the local scene in this city.
Experimenting in various visual disciplines from photography to textile printing she has found in this last one a way to capture present times through images. This is what makes VK so unique and makes her differenciate from others. Her explosion of bright colors and crazy print mixing represent the playful spirit invading this new generation of artists and gives her a signature of a certain rebel and sporty yet stylish attitude.
Any texture and color can be mixed and matched with anything else and still look great and innovating. This is what she proposes, nonesense to break the rules and achieve a new  look.

U can find VK pieces in at: 
Buenos Aires: KABINETT , Gurruchaga 1744 / PANORAMA , Rep├║blica de la India 2905
FIRE WALK WITH ME , Arce 941U.K.: No-One Shop, 1 Kingsland Road, E2 8AA, London.
U.S.: The Kult, 167 NW 25th St., Miami, Florida.

Monday, June 10


{Blouse: me, Pants: LOLU, Sandalias: Aldo, Clutch: Isadora, Necklace: from a local market}

I'm really loving this outfit and the crazy print mixing matched with a statement necklace. The (incredibly comfy) pied-de-poule pants are from LOLU, a local brand from my hometown, which her designer happens to be a very close friend and I had the chance to work along with her in some projects for her brand.
Here again I'm showing u a building gate as a background. The Palermo neighborhood in Buenos Aires has millions of beautiful old houses and lots of walls with cool street art, so from now on my job will be showing that as well.