Ich kann es kaum in Worte fassen wie sehr ich mich über dieses Feature
in der russische Marie Claire (September) freue. Hier lest das ganze Interview:
How can you describe your personal style?
Spur of the moment, and the main goal is always to feel good. Clothes are only alive if you feel good. I also love a pattern mix and combine my hippest pieces even if they do not seem to match at first glance.
What do you do when you have free time?
Well, I only really have free time when my son is sleeping. Then I either cook something delicious or browse through Instagram till I drop.
Do you have some special style tips for vacation?
As soon as I am on vacation, my skin is also on vacation: make-up is absolutely off-limits for me. I usually hide my hair under a pretty silk turban in order to avoid bad hair days and to protect it from the sun and the salt. I always pack white crochet or lace dresses, they make you look tanned from day one and are appropriate during the day but also in the evening. And I only wear Birkenstock sandals.
Your favorite designer?
Karin Veit for Marc Cain, she always manages to capture the spirit of a period. All her pieces can be combined with each other again and again // Isabel Marant and the German newcomer Johanna Junker, who is not so well known to date
Brigitte Bardot, Kate Bosworth and Natalia Vodianova
Favorite thing? (it can be a toy, jewelry, a bag, a pair of shoes, a key-chain. Anything that is dear to you)
My necklace with a gold-plated key; it’s the key to my padlock in Paris 😉 Very cheesy but beautiful!
A Chanel bag and a well fitting trench coat. They are both always appropriate!
Your favorite fashion moment. When and where do you think you were dressed the best?
At my wedding in a dress by Johanna Junker
Favorite musician/ song?
Wonderwall from Oasis // Addicted to love from florence and the machine
Mary Poppins // Elizabethtown
Favorite place in the world?
Sunday morning in bed with my family, regardless of where we are in the world
Favorite café/bar/restaurant in the world?
The small café in Paris on the corner, you know which one I mean 😉
Sushi and Butter on a fresh Bread
What do you think is your most important achievement in life?
To have become a mother
Do you do charity?
I regularly donate my clothes to charitable institutions or participate in flea markets for charity
What should a person do or what place should he visit before he dies?
Difficult to say, I myself haven’t seen enough. I think it’s important that you were happy.
What makes you sad?
What should not be missed in 2015?
A visit to my blog: www.wunschfrei.com
Where should one go this year?
Maybe to Russia 😉 I’ve never been there before
What are your priorities in life?
Health and Discipline
Vielen vielen Dank Marie Claire & liebe Grüße nach Russland!