miista miisis

before Aris starts complaining again that I have turned our lifestyle blog into a fashion blog I have to say that this is not fashion! it's inspiration! lovely colours, beautiful pictures and it just happens to be a lookbook with all the shoes that I would like to have in my closet! what is so wrong with that?

live free, ride hard Spring//Summer 2012 lookbook by Miista

p.s. one day, you will be mine! mine!


knit inspo

as you may know, for a few months, thanks to my dearest Louise who tought me, I've started knitting.
some of my friends and family are already enjoying (?) a couple of things that I made for them. (hopefully I will be able to post some photos soon. for the time being you can check these ones)
as today I have probably given the last examinations of my life (she said, and god loled) I am looking forward to starting knitting new kind of things, try new patterns and generally experiment! (all of the knitting along with my master thesis of course...)

also, I'm so happy to see nowadays more and more girls (and men too) being creative, not only with handcraft stuff*, but also with music, theater etc! unempolyment sometimes comes with some benefits (such as extra free time and relaxation).

so this is a pattern that inspired me a lot for future creations!
(I couldn't find the source...it was on tumblr... sorry...)
Thanks to Vivika I have a source now: Topshop Knitted Block Graphic Jumper. :D

*you can check some super creative girlfriends of mine here:
The Drifter Leather
The Wandering Deer
Sofi Moukidou Jewellery


drifting ballerina

the loved ones

the different rose

the pomegranate
beige rose

wrinkled ones

It's been many years since I ballet-danced, but if I was to dance again, these would have been my dancing shoes...
and to return back to reality, instead of wearing all these really ugly foldable flats that save your feet after a dancing night out, these soft leather ballerinas are the prettiest way to get back home... now that I'm thinking about it, I would go out with these at first place. no need for heels!

 the drifter leather on etsy and blog



The future of food. Cover for ICON magazine by Lucie Thomas & Thibault Zimmermann
found via Lifo