Just got back from a long-weekend in Paris.
Was wonderful doing Paris with my love and to meet all my sweet friends that I’ve missed SO much …and add Fashionweek on top of that ;-) Oh oh!
Promise to keep you updated with lots of photos… ;-)
Ever since November last year it feels I’ve spent more time in the AIR than on the ground. I went for a short visit in Stockholm and then back again to Paris…then I went to Asia….then I went back to Paris and then back to Sweden and so on. I’m a good client for the airline companies, that’s for sure ;-)
You must be wondering what I’m doing and so have I until I’ve decided to leave Paris for a while. I love Paris and when I moved there in 2010 I did it with the intention to stay there. But before I settle down for good I want to check off some things on my to-do-list-of-my-life and so I decided to move back to Sweden for a couple of months. To be continued……
I always do a selection before I go out shooting streetstyle photos during the fashion week in Paris. As soon as the fashion show schedules are official I check up where they all take place and then I start to do my own schedule for the photo-shootings. The location where I ALWAYS go to is Jardin des Tuileries, when the fashion shows takes place there (Espace Ephémère) Im always there 30 minutes before the show begins so I can take street-style photos on the guests arriving to the shows. Why Jardin des Tuileries? Because its the best shooting spot! White ground, green trees and babyblue sky…couldn’t find a better place. Here you can see some of my street style photos taken in Jardin des Tuileries: Outside Lanvin ss12 fashionshow, outside Guy Laroche SS12 fashionshow, outside Viktor & Rolf fashionshow and outside Christian Dior
For the street style photos its the top location…but for the shoes its a nightmare! See the photo below and you’ll understand ;-)
Last evening when I had finished my French class I continued to walk through the Jardin des Tuileries instead of being lazy by taking the metro. It was past nine and still hot outside and I preferred enjoying the magical sunset.
Swedish summer-heat in Paris (24-26 degrees) and the best way of spending a hot day like that is to visit the beautiful parks in Paris. A couple of days ago I went for a walk in Jardin des Tuileries, a park between Louvre and Place de la Concorde. Along with me I had a fresh made yoghurt ice-cream……