Dreamers & Lovers: Happy #Molecule6!

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They were dreamers. But not regular dreamers. They were courageous dreamers who had the inner power to fight and succeed. Six years ago they started writing a fabulous story called Dreamers & Lovers. You figured it out—it’s a biography. They are the Dreamers. They found their way, they found their place, but most important, they found their Lovers. Together they’re not afraid to dream their lives away.

Last night, at the #molecule6 party, we were all invited to celebrate the accomplishment of their dream. It was more than a celebration, it was an invitation, an invitation to dream their dream. And what a beautiful dream that was. We’ve entered a world full of love, beauty, empowerment, courage, stand out achievements—we entered the Molecule-F world.

For six years, Mirela Bucovicean, Cerina Ratiu, and the Molecules have taught us how to #proudlywearromaniandesigners. For six years, they represent the epitome of Romanian fashion. For six years, they have dreamt and saw their dreams come to life. For six years, they have spread their love and made our world a better world. Happy anniversary, dear Molecule-F! May you never be afraid to dream. And to dream big. Success only comes to those who dream and live to make their dreams come true.

For this event, I wore two of my favourite Romanian brands, Mihaela Glavan and Skin Deep. Proudly wear Romanian designers, Fabulous People! Remember, #WeAreFabulous

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I AM WEARING: “O. My Love” T-Shirt – SkinDeep x Ovidiu Muresanu; Pants – Zara; Shoes – Mihaela Glavan; Wristwatch – Casio; Charms – Malvenski

C&A AW16 Launch: Nature’s Elements

Last week, at the launch of its AW16 collection, C&A gave us a glimpse of what fashion to wear this upcoming fall. Kid you not, this summer won’t last forever and we better be prepared ;) .

Believing that nature should be part of everyday life, C&A created Nature’s Elements, a collection filled with autumnal textures, with rich boucles and felted fabrics taking center stage. Using the great outdoors as inspiration, the clothes are made out of organic textures and delicate feminine detailing, while the colour direction is marked by the changing seasons—autumnal tones shift to icy pastels, with later deliveries in dark and dramatic winter shades.

For me, the standout looks are those in picture #1 below: the floral maxi skirt and browm overalls, both bohemian inspired, with strong roots in rural romanticism. There also a complementary line of amazing accessories (very delicate cuffs and statement rings), which pleasantly impressed me. Oh, not to mention the setting—it was stunning. Kudos to Emanuel Iuhas for the great work. I was instantly transpose into your fairytale forest, Emanuel.

Maybe it’s a bit early to ask this question, but what is it that gets you excited when you think about your fall wardrobe? For me, it’s always the wrapping jackets that are warm and fluffy.

Ok ok, let’s get to the present now. We still have a full summer ahead of us and we need t make it fabulous. It’s another #SummerOnMyMind, Fabulous People! Remember, #WeAreFabulous



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Photos: © Magda Gheorghe Photography

Stephan Pelger FW 16/17: Orient Express

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Last week we got an invite to relive the old time glamour of a journey with the Orient Express, as Stephan Pelger launched his FW 16/17 collection. The event took place at a special venue, i.e. Remiza Speciala CFR in Mogosoaia, where the 60-meter catwalk is one of the longest in the country.

Reviving the elegance of luxury travels, the collection is the epitome of sophistication. It featured rich fabrics like silk, fur, or embroidery. The star colour was royal blue, which was mixed with shades of grey, black, or stunning prints—one of these prints being the creation of painter Codrin Mircea. A Stephan Pelger outfit, an armchair, and a pair of Mineli shoes—three items made out of the same Codrin Mircea print—were auctioned for charity, the money going to Habitat for Humanity Romania.

There’s always a level of mystery when you talk about the Orient Express. The clothes capture that perfectly, as Pelger did a great job playing with silhouettes and daring cuts. Although overpowering at first, some of the garments are actually sheer, vulnerable, and intriguing.

The great show was directed by Ioana Maximilian, the styling was done by Ovidiu Buta, while the models were from Rue des Modeles. Dana Dorobantu owned the runway, opening and closing the show. With this collection, Stephan Pelger remains faithful to his positioning at the top of Romanian fashion.

Check out some of the outfits as they walked down the runway, captured by Remus Nicolaescu. Remember, #WeAreFabulous



















Photos: Remus Nicolaescu

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