Photoshoot: Part I 

Blazer, jacket & trousers by Helen Lichutina, New Yorker scarf, Bershka backpack,
 tweed cap by Familiashop

I had so much fun at the photo-shoot with a Limonad photoschool team last weekend. My galpal Julia urgently needed a portfolio for her LIMONAD photoschool project or what have you. So who you think was she supposed to ask for modelling and styling the shoot? You have one try only. LOL
As for me, there is no way I can skip another opportunity for bitchfacing or showing off my new outfits for free in front of a camera. You should have seen faces of basic betches  people around us. I felt like a monkey in the zoo wearing  my Yves Saint Laurent x Hedi Slimane - inspired lewk. 
So our total score is 200 photos which I can't sort out because all of them are worth being posted which is impossible. So it took me around an hour and a half to pick up the best ones to present them to you, my dear readers. And this is only a small part of it all. I hope you'll appreciate the humour hidden in and enjoy the result. 

 Calliope Man tartan print cotton shirt, Pants by Helen Lichutina, 
Sneakers by Stronger (bought at Palatin), socks by Modisbowtie by Maurice Chabale Design

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GIVEAWAY:  Club Saint Laurent Paris X Grailed 

No words can describe my excitement when I found out this news on the interwebs. My favourite brand Saint Laurent Paris has collaborated with Grailed , a secondhand high - end designer clothes retailer, and they are choosing three lucky beeetches (XoXo) to receive a 500$ credit for online shopping on Grailed. Of course, I am going to be one of them. You have a chance too, so don't sleep, grab you ass and visit the official Grailed website to learn the details of the contest. Click here.
Good luck!

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If you need a perfect coat like I do 

Gawd, I need a f*cking award for my patience & effort because I have seen each & every look in the list of Fall 2017 Menswear shows on the Vogue's website. All I can say is that I feel exhausted but really inspired by all the fashion extravaganza which is going to hit the stores worldwide soon. I was very selective in picking up looks for myself bacause I really needed something special like a coat which would stand out but at the same time would not irritate paesants people around. Yes, even in the 21st century I have to keep in mind what to wear and how to look here in the land of red mocassins and agressive Cossacks. Yesterday I was bullied by a group of two male beasts near my house just because they didn't like the way I was looking. A pair of H&M jeans with patches and a jacket with Kurt Cobain print on the back must have seemed 'too provocative' (read like "too gay")  for those two homophobes and they came across my way to throw threats against me. One of them actually said he wanted to punch me in the face but he didn't. Thanks God, it all happened in broad daylight and there were some people around so I could ask for help just in case and the two left me alone very soon. F*ck all the haters though. Nothing can stop me from dreaming (& finally having) about my own custom made  Fendi fucsia fur coat. 
For now I'm suggesting to have a look at a few fresh looks from the Fall 2017 Menswear Collections. If you need a perfect outwear piece like I do you might like some of the looks. I am glad to help you to make your best choices. Here we go. 

1) Raf Simons 

2) Les Benjamins 

3) Maison Kitsuné

4) The Kooples 

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New face of Calvin Klein (FW17/18 Full Fashion Show)

In the words of Refinery29 "the latest musical chairs move among top fashion positions", so Calvin Klein appointed Raf Simons as chief creative director and this is really great news. 
Since Mr. Simons' undoubtedly amazing work for Dior, there are big expectations about his latest appointment in New-York. 
Photos of Raf's debut show for the iconic American brand started to pour in our social media accounts earlier today and they are all about celebrating freedom at its finest. In other words the Belgian designer genius interpreted American aethetics by showing simplictic silhouettes, playing with eye-catching hues, and he also tried to speak modern language when riffing on classical 'Americana' codes.  You can read more about the collection here
And yet how many looks would you like to buy in this collection?  I'd buy these:

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