Monday, 22 September 2014


Hello my lovely readers! I hope you had a good weekend.

Today's post consist of my fashion Weekend outfit and review.  I attended  the SPRING 2015 trend catwalk.

 The is the largest fashion outlet offering trend setting fashion, It launched in April 2009 by the Net-A-PORTER GROUP ltd. It's the home of many designers, in particular "Victoria Beckam" she sold approximately 600 items from her wardrobe in the aid of charity for Mothers2mothers.

The did not disappoints in delivering a trend setting collection that amazes the British Fashion. The show had the perfect balance of sultry sophistication and high fashion edge, containing  sharp and edgy tailoring with gorgeous details, pieces accented with bold sophisticated designs to sporty trousers. The show featured collections from One and only, Candy Crush, Jungle Fever and Fairy Tale Ending. 

The catwalk started strong with gorgeous textures, focusing on nude colours with  Confident take on one tone outfits, turning it into pastel and colourblocking, focusing on colours such as Bourdoux, peach, cream and Brown. This collection mainly featured smart trousers, skirts and Cocktail dresses. Focusing on very clean cuts on tops and asymmetric hemline on mini skirts. Highly fresh and simple  intake with an edge.
The show really began to Pop with pretty pieces containing lovely colours such as Lilac, powder pink, and baby blues. Detailing strong lines, focusing on structure, silhouette, sharp tailoring and
Elegant sport wear. It has that grown and sexy firce attitude, containing strong lines and pretty colours that went from ultimate sparkle with embellishments, floaty gowns, delicate details, dash of leather, animal print, and  triba print. The collection felt vibrant and fresh, a great example of modern minimalism. It was all about simplicity with an edge proving that less is always more.

I'm wearing shirt from Berska/ skirt/ H&M / Shoes/ River Island/ Bag/ Vivinne Westwood

    Thank you very much for reading

           Edwige xox 

Monday, 1 September 2014

Garden of Eden

Hey everyone! 
I headed out for lunch close to the south of Congo in a restaurant called Garden of Eden. It's such a beautiful place and I had a good time. The restaurant is situated by a river, the view was amazing. I really liked the food, it was lovely but very expensive. Unfortunately I forgot to take pictures of my food as I was very hungry lol I apologies. However, I managed to take pictures of my outfit and the location. I hope you enjoy :) 

After lunch I headed to the city where I came across this painting in Bon Marche. I immediately fell in love it, as it summaries life in Congo. This painting really speaks loud to me because it's so realistic, Congolese people work so hard, everyone is selling something to make a living. I really admire that about them, despite all they are strong. I don't know who the artist is but I love his work. 
I also visited Boulevard Patrice Lumumba.  My favourite politician in the history of Congo. He was one of the youngest leaders who genuinely wanted the best for Congo. He fought for what was right and mostly important the population. He was assinated in 1961 and his body was never found. 

                 The stadium 

          Thank you for reading 
                   Edwige xox