Short haired chav scum NOT

A couple of days ago I literally went bananas about having my hair been shaved off. because it's been boiling outside till yesterday! My haircut's been changing faster than Miu Miu eyewear ad campaigns for the past week. You can see the result of my experiments here below. Now I'm wating for your comments on my e-mail. Yay or nay?  

White T-shirt, short by Helen Lichutina, sunglassses bought in a supermarket (no name), bracelet - Hermes, backback by Bershka


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'HISTORICUM'


You must have forgotten about this, but let me remind you: back in March I wrote about a 'secret project' I'm thrilled to be part of! I'm on cloud nine: yesterday I got my own copy of the magazine with my name on it!  It's a new magazine where I write about different stuff (mostly history). And not only me, but a highly professional staff who works days and night to provide 100% qualified content to readers. 
Unfortunately the articles are only in Russian. So my dear English-speaking followers won't be able to read my contribution. But there are always pictures to enjoy (I personally buy zines because of the pictures rather than articles LOL).  But I promise to post some of the written stuff in English whenever I have time for translation. Just keep track of my Instagram

Now a July issue of 'Historicum' can be found only in Moscow in very limited places like The Council of the Federation or sent via post. Just send an e-mail to our manager and get your copy (if you want I can sign it).
They are also launching an online version soon. And the magazine is going to be sold in central Moscow shopping malls since October, 2015. 


You may read an article from a magazine written by myself in Russian. 
All copywrights  of  the posted content  in this article belong to TLC Media Group and a managing stuff of the "Historicum" magazine. 
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12 hours in Moscow



Moscow, I'm so happy to be back. This is my second time around there and I love that every time the capital opens its new and different sides to me.

This time I visited the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy. I could have  spent hours enjoying different architectural masterpieces, large and small parks and my future dream place of work  - OSTANKINO (Imma delusional betch, yep) but for the next train to Krasnodar at 19-07.

I felt nonchalant and absolutely relaxed (not only because of 4 cans of German beer my single friend in Moscow made me share with him). 

Then I went to the Yaroslavskyi railway station to grab my apartment key which I had left in my brother's backpack who left for Arkhangelsk with it 2 days earlier. 
 My mom (thanks God!) had managed to persuade a member of the crew to hand the key over me via a train conductor. She said he had shivered from fear when he heard he had to pass something to somebody. I understand him, but come on, it's so sad we all (humanity I mean) don't trust each other anymore like back in the day, and handing a key has become an obstacle. Nevertheless I'm now at home and happy to show you some pictures I took during my trip. Just for your visual pleasure.


My crazy fellow - travellers in my compartment. They woke me up at 3AM! 





My future place of work! LOL


 trousers by Helena Lichutina, footwear by Centro, trenchcoat (vintage), shirt by Basler


short by H&M, socks by Tommy Hilfigher, footwear by Centro, 
shirt by Basler, trenchcoat (vintage)



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Shopping spree in S-P

Don't go to Russia for shopping if your bank account doesn't contain at least 4 zeros. They say it's expensive, and it's true. If you have an opportunity to shop in Italy, better do it! But I was quite surprised when my sister showed me some so - called shops for 'family shopping' in Saint-Petersburg. It's far from the Nevskyi Prospect, the city center,  but it's not a problem if  you have a car. In my case it was not a problem at all. And after a couple of hours in traffic, I found myself in paradise. I picked up a few items just for nothing there! I love it cheap & chic! What about you? 

Trousers by helen Lichutina, sweater by Brave Soul


 Zara tank top
Zara tank top



Kazan Cathedral

 I'm still in Saint - Petersburg, Russia. And I continue to introduce  the sights I' personally amazed by most to you. Yesterday in spite of waiting a friend under the 'weather piss' rain, I decided to visit the Kazan cathedral which is dedicated to the most venerated icon in Russia, Our Lady of Kazan
All I can say:  it's beautiful! If you once visit S-P, go visit the cathedral even if you're the least sinner  on Earth like myself (Just a joke!). It's worth seeing. 





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StreetStyle Minute by Maurice Chabale


This time I want to present a collecton of photos I took yesterday in the center of  Saint-Petersburg.




Kzunari Kodama I was thinking of you when snapping him!








This girl was queueing in a line to get to the Hermitage when I saw her and asked for a photo. She kindly agreed. Frankly speaking I loved her style: it's urban as well as very 'pure'.


This is my favorite photo! I'm going to get it in print. What think you? 




Edited 12/07/2015





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Saint - Petersburg Vacation 2015: Part I

If you follow me on Instagram you know I'm currently in Saint Petersburg, Russia. And I love it so much. 
S.P people's (like most people who live in cities with rich history) always known how to make a piece of art out of every hole of their city. I look like an Asian tourist here because I literally can't put my camera inside my bag: there are so many moments I want to capture and then cherish for life. Though I know it doesn't take too long to get to the city-on-Neva compared to other interesting places I'd like to visit  (think Singapore or Beijing). And II'll come back here maybe many times later. But...
Yesterday I visited Hermitage. I know it sounds trivial. I myself am not that kind of person who always visits sights which are 'worth seeing'. On the contrary, I think that one can only know the city from its inside when visits only unusual places. This time Hermitage was markable because of the one & only Zaha Hadid's retrospective of works.  If you don't know who this amazing woman is you don't exist to me! 
The exhibition was interesting though I had had to queue for hours before buying a ticket.
I even wrote a few complementing words in an "Opinions Book " left by managing staff at the entrance when I was about to leave. 
To cut a long story short, enjoy my photos. 

















'The exposition is very interesting. Zaha Hadid is the future of architecture. Maurice Chabale'. 


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Cara Delevigne stars in "Paper Towns"


Brown-haired Cara! This is a 'must - watch', babies!


P.S: Yes, I know I 'm too old to love Cara, but so is John Green! So f**k it! 



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Favourite activity


Cycling is the best activity humanity has ever invented!

2011 
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2015
 2015



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Eurovision archives: Old cr*p




We both have the same name in real life! See you in Sweden next year, bae!


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