Wednesday, 29 October 2014

70s Mood

Well I left my happy home to see what I could find out
I left my folk and friends with the aim to clear my mind out
Well I hit the rowdy road and many kinds I met there
Many stories told me of the way to get there
So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time out
There's so much left to know, and I'm on the road to find out
Well in the end I'll know, but on the way I wonder…

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Dress: Vintage

Boots: Zara

Hat: Vintage

Jacket: H&M

Friday, 24 October 2014

Sports Luxe

Im not sure if i can call Stussy totally a sports brand, cause the early success of the brand has been attributed to its popularity in the hip-hop and DJ scenes. The brand is also embraced by skaters. From its humble origins as a surfwear brand, Stussy has gone on to become one of the biggest streetwear labels in the industry.

Mixing a Logo sports T-shirt with jersey fabrics is nothing extraordinary, but adding a pair of killer heels is always a total game changer.


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Tshirt: Stussy

Skirt: Handmade

Bag: Sfera

Shoes: Shoe Cult by Nasty Gal

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Velvet Underground

I wore Burned Velvet kimono, which I turned into a dress :)I`m extremely attracted to this fabric,  known also as Devoré.

The midnight blue color matched the underground ambiance…indeed I like the street art, but not much else to add, cause the odor around  is much more overwhelming…. well this is supposed to be the ‘Soho’ of Athens, more famous as Psirri…

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Kimono(worn as a dress): Liquorish

Shoes: Zara

Bag: Sfera

Belt: Vintage

Sunday, 12 October 2014

A Trip to Epidaurus & Nafplio

Epidaurus theater is one of the most important ancient sites in Greece, with an almost perfectly preserved amphitheatre built 2,500 years ago and still hosting Greek dramas today.The superb acoustics as well as the very well preserved construction, contributed to the creation of Epidaurus Festival, an institution that contributed to the cultural revival of the theatre.

According to Greek mythology Epidaurus was the birthplace of Asclepius, the god of healing and son of Apollo. The site later became one of the most important centers of healing in the ancient world and by the 4th century BC the sick were travelling from far and wide to seek medical and mystical cures at the sanctuary dedicated to Asclepius.

One of the best preserved structures, besides the theatre, is the bee-hive shaped "tholos" that once contained a snake-ridden labyrinth through which the mentally ill had to crawl in darkness. It seems the idea was to shock them into good health!

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Nafplio was the first capital of the newly born Greek state between 1823 and 1834. I was mesmerized  by it`s charm, how super clean & neatly kept it was(especially compared to other South European cities). The ‘old’ part of the city is mostly pedestrian, tiny streets with cute cafes & restaurants, uniquely designed boutique hotels & cute jewelry shops, where most of the products were hand made. 

According to mythology, the town was founded by Náfplios, the son of god Poseidon and the daughter of Danaus - Anymone. The town’s history traces back to the prehistoric era when soldiers from here participated in the Argonautic expedition and the Trojan War alike. The town declined during the Roman times and flourished again during the Byzantine times. Frankish, Venetian and Turkish conquerors left their mark in the town and strongly influenced its culture, architecture and traditions during the centuries. Ancient walls, medieval castles, monuments and statues, Ottoman fountains and Venetian or neoclassical buildings.

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You don`t need more than 24h to visit them both, with a car. Epidaurus is about 2h drive from Athens & from there it`s another 30min to Nafplio..

What I wore:

Playsuit: Zara

Suede Boots: Zara

Jacket: H&M

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Breathtaking Santorini

I visited Santorini mid August, & I was purposely waiting for a chilly October day to go through hundreds of amazing shots I took there & remind myself how exceptional & carefree can be life sometimes, especially when these moments are shared with the people I love most :)

Trust me pictures of this rugged Aegean beauty dont lie.From its terrifying birth in the apocalyptic volcanic explosion of 1450 BC to the snow-white cubist villas hugging its sheer cliffs, Santorini is arguably the most dramatic of all the Greek islands.

I booked a suite facing the vast volcanic bay- the caldera ( totally worth it!) and, as you watch ships criss-cross below, you’ll realize that you’re looking at one of the most awe-inspiring, and romantic, views on the planet.

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Dress: Tobi

Shoes: Zara

Belt: Vintage

Sunglasses: Zara