Wednesday, April 27, 2011


One day my mother and I went to the city. She’s wearing blue women’s suit like ticket inspectors on the city bus. When we entered the bus people panicky began to leave the bus. I started to yell: She is not the ticket inspector. Everyone in the bus started to laugh. Oh what a shame. After that my mother never put on that blue costume.
My mother was obsessed with yellow so most of my childhood I was dressed in yellow. Now I hate this color except mustard yellow.
Red reminds of red stars we were wearing on our pioneer hats while we were singing communists songs. We didn’t understand what they were about but we even didn’t care about it. I just wanted to play whit my red Ferrari my uncle gave me for birthday.
These three colors marked my childhood.

Nikolina: dress H&M, cardigan: Miss Selfridge, blazer: Promod, clutch bag: H&M, shoes: Deichmann
Photos: Erik Simonič

Thursday, April 21, 2011


I like the simplicity of this outfit. But, at the same time, the dynamics arising from the relationship between dots and stripes and asymmetric lines. All helped by the wind, of course.
An innocent draped dotted skirt and a big hanging navy shirt that make me think of summer vacations on Croatian coast in the 80s. In those days everybody, women and men, had at least one navy shirt in the summer. That is why I like them so much. A stripped white and blue shirt reminds me of those careless times. In fact I got so many of those now that my friend Fonze asked me when do I plan to buy a boat. Well Fonze, can you lend me some money?
All I can say is that I am really a nostalgic person wearing navy shirts and perfuming me with coconut flavors.

Urška: t-shirt by Urška, skirt H&M
Photos: Erik Simonič

Thursday, April 14, 2011


Italian coast,hot spring day,view of the mighty white castle Miramare,drinking the best
Italian coffee in the world,girls with big sunglasses,tanned guys in swimwear...
...but i still like to put on my blazer and a scarf before the summer really starts.

Urška: blazer H&M, t-shirt PROMOD, jeans and scarf s.Oliver
Photos: Erik Simonič and Nikolina

Friday, April 8, 2011


»Be what you would seem to be« or if you'd like it put more simply »Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise.«
                                                                                     (quote from the book Alice in Wonderland)

Kim: shirt and skirt by Urška
Photos: Erik Simonič

Friday, April 1, 2011


O walls, you have held up so much tedious graffiti that I am amazed that you have not already collapsed in ruin.
                                                                                                            (Graffiti from Pompeii)
Usually the walls are stained with everyday crap writings but sometimes they serve as canvas for real painters.

Nikolina: jacket by Urška, dress ONLY
Photos: Erik Simonič