Last night, a good friend of mine celebrated her b-day at an Italian place called “Da Vito”. From the outside, “Da Vito” looks like any given pizza joint but in the back of the restaurant, behind that brown door will you find the beautiful bar “Moonshiner”. Folks, if you’re like me, a sucker for pizza and amazing cocktails, this is the spot to visit! It was my first time visiting last night and since I was in my feelings after losing a very important game against Italy, I needed a drink! So, when I saw that the drink “Last Minute” had “Swedish spices” in it, I was like: let’s drink one for Zlatan! As I place my order, one of the bartenders overheard our conversation and said “you’re swedish?”. I said “yes” and he goes “well that’s very obvious”. I could have killed him in so many ways but I decided to say “I know, riiiight?”. #bitchdontkillmyvibe
If you can’t have summer, you can at least have good music! #summerbetterhurryup
Yes, I look happy af because last Saturday, I was in a room full of women who looked just like ME and we talked hair and sisterhood ALL DAY LONG! I left the 5th edition of the Natural Hair Academy with a heart filled with so much love and empowerment. I get a bit scared when I think about those days I wished my name was Becky and had “good” hair…Thank you NHA for yet another amazing event!
Dress from Le Marché Noir.
In connection to the Natural Hair Academy 2016, the founder of “The Butter Lab” and the team behind “Almost Parisienne” thought it would be great to connect for an after work before the event. Whether you’re an experienced guest or a first-time visitor, let’s meet up and share tips and expectations for the exciting day to come! We would love to meet other curlcentric people in Paris, from here or elsewhere so don’t hesitate to tell your friends to bring there friends. We are also interested in hearing about your creative projects whether they are in line with ours or within another fields like food, fashion, music etc so bring your cards people. More info here! #curlyconnections
Me waiting for summer like…really? You still not coming? Listen summer, I managed to stay sane during autumn and winter but you are pushing it too far now. It’s June and you are still not here! I don’t know how long I will be able to do this but the lack of sun is driving me crazy. Jalla putain!
This weekend is lit! AfroPunk Paris is ready to kick things off this evening and this weekend is all about cool music, art, fashion and fun after parties at Le Comptoir General and Macumba. #timetodance
I went back home to Stockholm for a day to celebrate my cousins 30th birthday and that was the best 24h in a long time! We are a bunch of us living in different cities in Sweden so I could not miss out on a chance to hang out with them all even for just one day. We managed to do a lot in 24h but the best part was to sleep on my sisters (gigantic) sofa next to my mother even though she snores like a bear!
“Krull magazine was started by a collection of women with diverse Afro-Swedish backgrounds, who identified in the need to address the lack of inclusiveness in the white normative society in Sweden. This idea of what is normal and universal has been coopted by the majority to exclude people of color. We believe diversity prompts better critical thinking, so we feel it is our duty to give an alternative to the predominant perspective.” #Amentothat
Krullmag; Due South; Esperance, Yaya
Krullmag; Due South; Esperance, Yaya
Tiffanie Delune is a french designer living in Paris who recently launched her online shop where you can get a hold of her beautiful creations. Her roots and professional work have taken her around the world and I just love how it all comes together in her work. Discover Tiffanie’s collection Kazumba here!