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Missing these goddamn mountains

October 28th, 2014 · Editorial

 Shirt - Dad's from the 70's / Shoes - Frye / Feathers - The Rainbow shop in Byron Bay 

It is almost surreal that six months have passed since we were camping on Mount Hay over the weekend just before we were heading back to the European summer. The fall came to Sydney and we would lie if we didn't tell you that we were freezing our asses off when we ran around in the wet grass and took these pictures.

It is always a sentimental feeling when you are leaving a place that have become your home and reality for a couple of months. Can't wait to next time when we are waking up with this view.

Golden October

October 24th, 2014 · Editorial

 Jumpsuit - Missguided 

We've been sitting on a train for 14 hours this Thursday (Sweden might be a small country but a damn long one) and for the past two weeks we've been traveling all around Sweden, working and shooting a PR campaign.
Now we're finally back in Stockholm for the first time in over a month. Iceland, Berlin, Venice, it have been a pleasure but it feels so damn good to be home. But for the ones that knows us pretty well by now can assume that we're are planning on new adventures around in Europe..

We snapped these pictures in an abandoned children hospital in our favorite city Berlin. Now it seems surreal that you don't need a proper winter jacket when you are going outdoors.

Golden cigarettes

October 20th, 2014 · Inspiration

Who doesn't love to drown in inspiration? Even though we love our country, the gray sky and the icy winds makes us want to cuddle indoors with rugs and heaps amounts of tea. One of our biggest inspiration sources is Wolfcub, u probably already know her, but if you don't you better check her out.

Rainbows and waterfalls

October 19th, 2014 · Editorial

 Jacket - Notion 1.3 / Skirt - Wildfox / Shoes - Vagabond 

That tickling feeling filled with both fear and fascination when you're standing on a cliff and you know that if you take one step further you will fly for a few seconds before you suddenly hit the ground.

One afternoon, when the sun finally showed up and colored the grass to golden we went to a water fall called Gullfoss, a few minutes drive from the cosy tree cabin we were staying at. Since it had been raining for a couple of days the sun filled the humid sky with rainbows.. We counted to at least five rainbows that evening, looking back now it seems so surreal, almost like a fairytale.

Iceland is a fairyland for sure.