Archive for the ‘Fashion photography’ Category

Blackboard walls, fading floors and cherries

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

black chalk wall

Mini kitchen with a (what I hope is a) blackboard-painted wall perfect for white crayons, via Arch daily.

fading floors

I’m very in to these kind of fading floors right now for some reason.


Cherries on top, by Noel Barnhurst and the Cherry Blossom Girl by Marie Zucker for Louis Vuitton.

A trio of photos that look like they’re snapped from a perfect, free wednesday in a little sweet Barcelona flat.


baroque, bright, bread

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

quick flicks of pink, gold, light blue and deep purple in a profile, a palace and a still life.


herriott grace

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

black wood panels and purple figs by herriott grace.


raf simons for dior

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

raf simons debut collection for christian dior.. i mean, there was said to be over a million orchids on the walls. must have been a once-in-a-lifetime sort of experience. the clothes are enchanting as well.


take me away

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012

let me just lay here for a while and look at the bouquet i nicked from your garden.



Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

thank god (or whoever decided it) for that! by banksy.


lilacs, dordogne, snow

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

château des bories, antonne, dordogne, the first snow, remembering summer lilacs. last photo by genius montmarte.


le dans la

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

a plant, a knock, a coffee. via le dans la and hilda granath



Tuesday, September 27th, 2011


lately i’ve been thinking alot about and some potential developments. i thought i would keep you updated about my thoughts and see if you have any ideas of your own. i really enjoy blogging, but would like to take it to the next level. the main idea is to turn the Lolitablog into more of an online magazine. still focusing on inspiration and beautiful photos but with some more content in the form of articles, columns by guest contributors and bloggers and also more concrete links and sources.

the categories would include, just like now; interior design and lifestyle, but also more about people (graphic designers, advertisers, architects etc) and more fashion, food and news in visual industries. in a couple of days i’ll put up the slightly edited blog layout (no big changes though) and then we’ll get going! what do you think about it all? do you have any ideas or desires that you’d wish to see more of? more tips about other inspiring sites? interviews with people that work in design to get your own design ambition-inspiration kicked going? or something completely new? i’m very open for suggestions and i believe this blog has got really smart and creative readers so i’m open to all ideas. just post them in the comment field below or email to:


coutume café, paris

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

if i ever needed counters i’d like them to be like these from the coutume café in paris.


voynich manuscript

Monday, July 25th, 2011

i think i have gotten a little obsessed with old books and particularly the 14th century old voynich manuscript. it’s a great mystery and the author, script and language are all still unknown. none of the plants depicted are identifiable even though they seem familiar at first glance and the same goes for the text, it’s constructed like a real language but is completely uncomprehensible. anyways perhaps i have a little too much spare time!

the first photo is from the manuscript, the second is by gabbjana and the third one is by pieter estersohn of leonardo ferragamos mansion.


matchbook magazine

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

perfectly fresh peonies and a perfectly yum row of cakes, via thank you, ok. the first photo is from matchbook magazine.


come apart

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

fragments of some kind. photographers unknown.



Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

i’m not (at all) too good with routines but i still have some romantic idea about organizing. i think i got it from a story about some architect commissioned to make a sketch and his deadline was more than a year away. so every day he would sit at his desk at 9 pm, put on this one song (alway the same) and then work for exactly an hour. the end result was of course great, as always in stories.

i don’t know why i find it so inspiring but i think it has to do with some kind of fascination of the perservation and commitment that it takes to be so structured. and i always want what i haven’t got, don’t we all?

first photo: mieke willems
second photo: some album cover, i don’t remember which


wan, wërn and hiki

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

illustration: andrea wan, second photo: wërn, third photo: hiki