Food

  • Peanut butter-coconut balls

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    A little treat to satisfy any cravings, that can be kept in the freezer for a dark day and in need of a little pick-me-up. I personally haven’t kept them longer than a week or two, frankly because there have never been any left for that long.

    • 4 dl desiccated unsweetened coconut
    • 1 dl cocoa powder
    • 1 dl coconut fat (used extra virgin)
    • 1 dl agave or  yacon syrup
    • pinch of sea salt
    • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
    • 3-4 tbsp peanut butter
    • 1 tsp cinnamon *optional
    1. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a bowl
    2. Add the coconut fat and mix it (with your hands) until there are no bits left
    3. Add the preferred syrup and vanilla extract, and blend it well together
    4. Stir in the peanut butter. Taste if more peanut butter is needed/wanted
    5. Roll the batter into small balls and let set in sealed containers
    6. Put them in the freezer and serve when they are set firmly and cold

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  • Paris, Si Dramatique

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    Nowhere better to dress up in a dreamy embroidered, see-through dress with lace details and a dramati(que)c look, that almost made me feel like I had jumped in time. A romantic and showstopping dress that I styled down with a pair of shades and sneakers – just casually off for a coffee and a macaroon in Île de la Cité.

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    Dress // Three Floor | Sunglasses // Cutler and Gross | Bag // 3.1 Phillip Lim
    Photos Renata Kats
  • Paris, feels like automne

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    Whenever I am in a new city, I want to explore as much as possible – and to do so, I like to walk. Like a lot. I’m not sure if its the inner Norwegian in me seeking a hike, nevertheless it is certainly the best way to get to know a new place and to see hidden gems. So even tough kitten heels and some pumps can be very tempting in this picturesque town, make sure to pack a pair of sneakers with you as well

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    Trousers // COS | Blazer // Vinatge | Bag \\ Chloé | Sneakers // Nike
    Photos Jasper Wyatt
  • Paris, Stripes and Shopping

    Custom Name0069Some shopping in Paris is definitely allowed and one of my favourite areas to do so, is Le Marais – where you can sit down for a little drink on the ever so famous looking cafés with checked patterned chairs, cute little shops and boutiques, surrounded by outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance. As it is also the Jewish quarter of Paris, make sure you check opening times of cafés, restaurants and shops you have planned to pay a little visit.

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    Top // Pringle of Scotland | Trousers // Mariana Jungmann | Shades // Cutler and Gross
    Photos Jasper Wyatt 

  • Paris Red Details

    IMG_5488I went over to Paris for my birthday weekend, and for a few meetings during Paris fashion week. As one of my favourite key colours this season, I do love the power of red and how much it truly can brighten up an outfit!

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    Photos Jasper Wyatt
  • Peanut Butter Fudge

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    Fudge is something I really miss, being all dairy free (from cow milk), and always trying to make something similar, so I found this recipe and decided to give it ago – turns out, it’s delicious. As this also is made with peanut butter, its a match made in heaven. Super easy to make and can sit in your freezer for a long time – if it lasts that long that is.

    • 120 g desiccated unsweetened coconut
    • 250 g creamy peanut butter
    • 120 ml melted coconut oil
    • 5 tbsp maple syrup
    • pinch of sea salt
    • 1 tsp vanilla extract
    1. Prep two loaf pans or boxes with some greaseproof non-stick paper
    2. In a food processor or blender, blend the coconut until smooth. The coconut might need a little swirl with a spoon once in between the blending process.
    3. Add the melted coconut oil, the peanut butter and maple syrup. If the batter gets too thick, add more melted coconut oil
    4. Add the sea salt and vanilla extract and season and sweeten after taste
    5. Pour the batter into the trays and freeze for about 20 min, take them out and cut out squares with a hot knife
    6. Let soften a minute or two before serving

    Note: Can be kept in the fridge for around 10 days or in the freezer for 1 month

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    Inspired by Minimalist baker 

  • London Fashion Week Colour Coordinated

    fullsizeoutput_e49There was a lot of colour coordination going on this season at London Fashion Week SS18 – in the colour palette of yellow, red and burgundy.Match up your accessories or wear a statement t-shirt in the same colour as your shoes or bag. Here I got aspired by a sunny yellow colour that really pops out and brightens up my outfit!
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    1. Miista 
    2. Coach
    3. Zara
    4. Chloé  

     

    Photos Faiyaz Kolia

  • London Fashion Week SS18 Checked Blazer

    fullsizeoutput_e63Checked blazers and suits were spotted all over London Fashion Week, here I’m wearing a suit with a skirt I found in a charity shop that fitted perfectly! To avoid the granny look, match it up with an edgy printed t-shirt, a bum bag and a strong accessories game. If you can’t find the perfect second-hand blazer, check out some of my favourites attached underneath.

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    1. Manoush
    2. Zara 
    3. Mango 
    1. See by Chloé
    2. Gucci 
    3. H&M 

     

    Photos Faiyaz Kolia

  • London Fashion Week Polka Dots

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    As the polka dots have been doing a little come back, I’ve fallen for the cute trend that gives me flashbacks from my younger years at school. If the so-called cute style is not for you, rough up the styling to avoid a romantic look with a belt, some jewellery and a pair of cool shades.

    Underneath you can find a few of my favourites and where to find them

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    1. H&M 
    2. Ganni
    3. Zara
    4. Zara

     

    Photos Faiyaz Kolia

  • London Fashion Week SS18

    fullsizeoutput_e52London Fashion Week SS18 is just about over and this season I was covering for Noctis Magazine. This season I didn’t have as many shows as I normally do, but you still feel like you’re running around as a little bouncy ball. With a few shows and a few more presentations, my main favourites I got to see this season must have been Toga, Edeline Lee, Eudon Choi, Steven Tai, EDDA and Han Wen.

    Make sure to check out some of my Noctis Magazine features:
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    Here are some snaps I took of the beutiful Edeline Lee and Steven Tai presentation SS18 –

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