Wasn't it still summer yesterday? A question that quickly becomes superfluous when you see the speculoos, chocolate Santas and mulled wine these days. No, it's that time again. Jingle Bells and Last Christmas and stuff like that. Our recommendation: do not mourn the last rays of sunshine, but celebrate the cold season with an extensive shopping trip. Our tips for girls 'n' ladies can be found here. #scroll down
Photo book “Claudia Schiffer”
Around 30 years ago, the German supermodel took her first steps in the fashion world. In 1987, 18-year-old Claudia was still dancing in a Düsseldorf disco, shortly afterwards she conquered the catwalks from Paris to New York as “the new Bardot”. An illustrated book by Prestel now looks back on the skipper's impressive career with numerous photographs by Herb Ritts, Patrick Demarchelier and Richard Avedon.
Ink "Momiji" by Iroshizuku
Like the ubiquitous smartphone, email is both a blessing and a curse. Handwritten is much more aesthetic and pleasing to the eye! Before Christmas greetings and New Year's invitations are sent electronically again, it's better to grab some pretty stationery and one of the bright inks from the Japanese label Iroshizuku. An experience for all senses.
Turtleneck in camel from Allude
Even if fashion allows just about every color, every pattern and every imaginable cut, it is worth focusing on timelessly elegant pieces with a twist when it comes to your wardrobe. Like this cozy turtleneck jumper made from camel-colored cashmere. It goes well with unusual as well as minimalist looks.
Cartier Juste and Clou ring
“Ceci n'est pas un clou!” the legendary René Magritte would probably exclaim at the sight of this gem. This golden ring in the shape of a curved nail may not have come from the pen of the French artist, but who knows, perhaps the creative jewelery designers and goldsmiths at Maison Cartier were inspired a little by Magritte's work.