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The closest thing Sweden will ever get to having a religion, or common national belief is Melodifestivalen. Essentially, it’s our lengthy Eurovision outtakes, that takes place over 6 weekends, in different arenas across the country, where songs battle it out to get to the Stockholm finals. If you’re American or Australian and don’t know what Eurovision is all about – go Google it now. Your life will be better (and glammier) because of it. (Note: I take no responsibility for any glitter addictions or sudden homosexuality caused by this post) As per usual, this is a 6 week spectacle of not-so-great music, not-so-great stage fashion, and not-so-great shows, but that doesn’t stop most of us from loving it to bits, tuning in every week to criticise and subsequently find ourselves humming the catchier of the songs. (I can’t get this piece of bubblegum-crap out of my head, and it’s ruining just about every part of my life as is right now
What to wear, is the obvious question. Any thoughts? Share with me any looks and fashions you thought would look good for the afterparty of the year in the comment section below!
I spent the weekend at my fathers place in the Stockholm Archipelago. Blessed with both snow and a clear blue sky, this did wonders for my mood. I can sense spring budding around the corner. November, dusk, winter and beautiful gloominess in all its’ glory, but nothing hits me quite like knowing spring is around the corner.
I’ve been shooting a lot lately. Last weekend I shot some wonderful Art Nouveau Retro style portfolio work together with my doll Anna, and a great team of girls. I can’t show you a lot yet, but here are some behind the scenes photos. So. Keen.