I always try to dig out the perfect kilim to make each pair of boots unique.
I love the leather i used in this serie* of boots.It looks old and succeed on taking the edge from the sometimes colourful vintage rugs.They complement each other.
What do you think?
Colour me Pink
Pink or nothing . Every shade of pink is in my radar.
Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson
Intense, dark ,manipulative, arrogant , rude, emotional but also extremely creative,perfectionist, spiritual,talented and Visionary.He created two of the most iconic brands : Apple and Pixar.His fantastic attention to details and obsessiveness about great and simplified designs gave us devices like the Ipod and the iphone that are so much part of our life that we forget to notice how magics they are.
I was fascinated reading Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson .
As a young entrepreneur two questions he regulary asked interviewing job seeker at Apple:
When did you lost your virginity?
Did you ever took LSD?
If you read one book this year make it this one.
Jimmy Hendrix: Move over let Jimmy take over
I received a nanoIpod as a present for Christmas . I play jimmy wile running and the sexy mesmerising voice of his, make my morning workout a moment to look forward to.
David & Imane Bowie
I Found this photo wile browsing on internet. What a Fantastic couple and what a great photo.
Quote: Albert Einstein
Imagination is more important than knowledge
There is something real about this Beige Linen.I added the hand made Sabra fringes to give it a funky touch and make a lovely everyday handbag .
Le Ramadan se termine demain et tout le long de ce mois j’ai fait une fixation sur les djellabas.On en voit beaucoups pendant ce mois et pourtant je n’arrive pas vraiment à aimer ce que je vois.
Je suis tombée recement sur cette vieille photo de mes parents .La vision de mes deux géniteurs beaux et souriants m’attendris . je ne peux ignorer la tenue de ma mère.
La coupe plutôt masculine de la djellaba, le joli sac et les cheveux courts de ma maman sont d’un chic intemporel.
Ramadan ends tomorow and all along this month i have obsessed about djellabas which is widly worn during this month.
Looking and not liking very much what I see around me.
I then saw this old picture of my parents and although seeing them so handsome and young made me feel slightly emotional I could not take my eyes from my mum’s outfit.
the djellaba’s masculine cut, the lovely hand bag and my mum’s short hair cut gives this outfit a timeless chic.
Voici ce visage qui parviens à lui seul à capturer quelque moments forts de ma vie.
Depuis l’adolescence, les premiers boys friends et les booms jusqu’a cette station actuelle avec enfants compagnon, carrière et autre quotidien, en passant par mes vingt ans -cette période aux eaux troubles de recherche de soi.
Un confort – comparable au confort food et autres coussins douillets – ce visage qui apparait au coin de nos magazines et nous rassure sur ce growing old, adulte world .
Hitting the 4-0 , happy four o and happy days à toutes les Vanessa Paradis et les Sophie Marceaux qui arrivent à coups de compagnes Chanel, de breaks ups, de love songs à faire vivre simultanément et comme par magie, notre adelescence et notre age adulte.
Elles parviennent à nous rassurer sur le tics tocs de la time machine en affirmant à la seule vue de leurs minois souriants que Le temps nous appartient et nous a toujours appartenu . Leur passé fait écho au notre, nous l’avons vécu et leur image sur papier glacé est là pour en témoigner.
Here is a face that on its own encapsulate few key moments of my life.
From Teen age years, first boyfriends and parties to today’s children, husband and other every day life, without forgetting a much troubled twenties and its existentialist questioning.
A confort- Similar to confort food and other cuddly toys- this face that appears in magazine’s covers and reassure us on growing old, adult world.
Hitting the 4-0, happy four 0 and happy days to all the Vanessa Paradis and Sophie Marceaux whith there chanel compaigns , break ups and love songs.They succeeded in creating space for both past and present simultaneously .Magic trick where teenage years and adelthood coexiste together.
They reassure us on the ticking of the time machine.
There past echos ours, we lived in it and through it ……
I love Style marmelade . I always did.
Here is a blog that takes fashion blogging a step forward .
Every single post and picture showcase the talent of victoria leed .
I adore the arty cool vibe of this blog and quirkiness of it’s views in fashion.
I was so happy to be able to collaborate with it and get « Hanout » featuring in it.
The result is brilliant, don’t you think?
Meeting with the lovely Malika from « Malireveblogspot« was a very happy moment.
I met with a young women pretty, passionnate and somehow uncompromising in her views of the fashion and of the world.
I also in this tiny amount of time got to feel her vulnerability and sensitivity, being Moroccan from France i relized the dual identity and its strength and weekness.She told me the story of this major Moroccan Magazine that refuse to feature her among other young bloggers because she is not « Moroccan »!!
I loved talking to this fashion blogger selfconfessed antitrends ang got a close glimpse of what she was wearing.
A white cotton teeshirt , funky teared jeans and big moroccan jewellery reveal her quirky personality.
A wonderful moment, a break for this busy lady and her husband in Marrakech with the mission of filling there new country house with Moroccan goods.
Very new at « Hanout » a fringed leather and tartan Jacket + boots.
Those two colors are particulary funky… What do you think?!!!
I have exciting news.The Lovely Malika from » http://malireve.blogspot » came to « Hanout » to visit .A wonderful person, I loved meeting her.
Also my collection is going to be available on line very soon.Very excited and can’t wait to tell you all about it.
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