Exciting things are happening

I have finally started to work on my long time dream of starting my own business/brand. I want to focus on leather accessories at first and I have been working on prototypes for different models. My idea is to make cool, good quality leather bags out of recycled leather. So far I have designed my logo and started a new instagram account but there´s still so much to do before I have a working website and products to sell. 
To keep updated follow my new insta: @jennalainedesign


PARIS FW16-17 / fashion week favorites


Love, love, love this ballerina-esque collection. Everything is good from the colors to the tights. Can´t wait to see what Maria Grazia Chiuri will do with Dior.


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Half the clothes I would wear, half the clothes I wish I could wear. Literally. I just don´t think I´ll ever be cool enough to pull off those crazy bell bottom pants.

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Not groundbreaking in any way but a really easy and simple collection with a relaxed vibe. I loved how the models glanced around while walking as if they were just going from a place to another and in these clothes it´s not hard to imagine.

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This show was one of the more memorable ones from the fall fashion shows for me. Maybe it was the setting and the music or maybe it was just the perfect balance between creativity and wearability for my liking.

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MILAN FW16-17 / fashion week favorites


This Prada show gives me strong utility vibes with the colors, military inspired cuts and the sailor hats. These clothes look functional, comfortable and beautiful. Which is basically everything I appreciate in fashion.

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This show is doing a great job at confusing me. I like what Alessandro Michele has done with Gucci, it´s cool. But I can´t decide if I like it or not. The overall vibe is cool but then there´s that off-putting silhouette and that unflattering color. And so many elements. Despite of the debate this show is one that stuck in my memory and made me curious for more, so, in the end I think it´s safe to say that whatever Alessandro is doing it´s working.


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I liked Massimo Giorgetti´s Emilio Pucci since his debut last year although according to Vogue it wasn´t that succesful. Something about his designs is so interesting it already makes me curious about the next collection. And even though I´m a "no colors, no prints" kinda girl I still find pieces here that individually are very much wearable.

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