That sketch 


You may have prolly seen the sketch made by my super talented friend Sv.serg_art which I posted a few days ago on my IG feed. But I'd like to re-post the sketch here on my blog to be sure that  more people around the world see it. I am striving for success. Make me rich.  Make me famous or just tell me I'm pretty cause I love y'all! LOL 


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Photoshoot at the Vologda railway station


Here are the snaps (featuring MOI) my friend took at the railway  station in Vologda before we drowned in bitter tears because it was so sad to exchange those tear-jerking 'good-by-s' and 'see ya later-s' with each other. Nevertheless I thought the location is a really cool place for the photoshoot, cause it has its 'raw' and 'urban' chic all around. 








trousers, jacket by Helen Lichutina, top by Sella, sneakers by Centro


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4 Days in Vologda

Hi there! After the whole month spent in Arkhangelsk I decided to extend my vacation for a couple of days and go to Vologda. It's the city I've always wanted to be. Because Vologda is very beautiful. And besides, I like to let you see different cities (which highly differ from those trivial Paris-Milan-London - bound pics detected in our Instagram feed) by my own eyes. Show me any other blogger who would dare to go to the North Osetia for blogging purposes?! (Okay okay I'm not bragging. I understand that nowadays everyone wants to be the envy of everyone). Which is my next place of destination? Antarctica? LOL. Nevertheless I'm spending a good time here. I visited the Museum of lace (which I'm impressed by. I even made a short video for my favourite woman Ulyana Sergeenko. I'll post it later), took a stroll alongside the autumn forest, undertook a short trip around the historical city center  contemplating that unreal beauty of old churches.  I'm at a loss of words! And I also would like to thank my dear friend  for happy moments I'll cherish forever! You know who you are! :-* :-* :-*


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OGGI Floral Print Coat








I popped by a shoopping mall in the city center area in Arkhangelsk and found out this beautiful coat with a chic floral print on. It's super cozy not to mention subtle textile it's made of. I recommend to pair it up with a burgundy check cardigan by OGGI and pants of a neutral tint (black or wet concrete grey). Flats are optional. 



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3.1 Phillip Lim SS 2015/16 Menswear & Fall Winter 2015/2016 Womenswear  Shows


I love both of these fashion shows and I think they're just stunning. If I could easily make dimes out of pennies I would have bought each and every piece from both menswear and womenswear collections. I think Phillip Lim is new Calvin Klein cause the both brands  know it better than them all that minimalism is the new black. It's eternal like 2.55 Chanel bag! I'm a huge fan of simplistic and chic outfits. And the new collections by 3.1 Phillip Lim seem to be an epitome of simplicity and 100% pure chic. Every outfit from the menswear show is just screaming my name, don't you think so?! I love love love Phillip! 
Oh, God Almighty! I know you love me enough to help me meet my Prince Charming on Bentley who's got an oil derrick somewhere in the Nothern hemisphere who will provide me with a self-replenishing credit card so that I stock up on Mr. Lim's pieces (No geriatric one  - night  - standers allowed!). Oh pleeeaze! I kid U!






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At the Arkhangelsk Regional Museum







Despite I was suffering the devilish hangover I went to the Museum cause I had promised my aunt to go. I really enjoyed this trip though. It was really useful to know more about history of my native city. I really liked an exposition called "Russian pearls" where they are showing religious attires and  traditional slavic head pieces with chic beadwork. They date XVIIth century! And most of them are made of pure gold! Chic chic chic!!! 
"Wind. Sail. Ocean" was also one of my favorite photo expositions in there. 
I also recommend to have a look at photos made by Jacob Leitsinger
 I could have spent more time in each room to contemplate  every object of each and every exposition but for my poor headache. I think we totally spent about  two hours or so in the Museum and saw almost everything exhibited there. Then I prayed my aunt to go to a cafe and eat some soup and something greasy, She obeyed. And we ended up in an Italian place. I ordered saltwart ('solyanka') with home-made bread and one huge pizza. It was exactly what I needed at the moment. 
If you have a possibility to visit the Arkhangelsk Regional Museum, please use this chance, you'll really enjoy it! Buy a ticket at a full price (350 RUB) and go to every room of the Museum without limits. 



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About last night 








Yesterday night I had so much fun hanging out with friends who I haven't seen for ages! We went to a local gay bar (the only one in entire city!). I typically avoid such places cause I have a phobia of drag queens,  geriatric sex-hunters, and lesbians! Ha-ha! 
But this time was exceptional. 
I just felt going there to relax and feel myself absolutely limitless (think of anti-social behavior, wild dances with a Stripper pole, rivers of alcohol, pervert flirt with hot people with a third leg so on and so forth).
I kid you not, this was the best time spent with the best company ever! 
I even wasn't upset when my best friend's boyfriend tried to smack me in the face when he saw us dancing together. He was just a stupid jealous teen. And I just didn't care and ignored this drunk b#tch. Though the very next day he begged a pardon and even tried to  stand on his knee so that I forgive him! I said he had to chill cause everything was ok. I even made friends with some vagina lovers  lesbians and a model from Moscow who once saw Kate Moss in real (!). I was dying of envy! \deep whining sigh/
Then I was at home at 4-00 in the morning! That means I really had fun. But I think  my next visit to any gay bar won't happen soon. 


Pretty queer sandwich! 


 This b#tch saw goddess Kate Moss in real !!!!!








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Hometown beauty









I thought you might be interested in the place my ass  Maurice Chabale comes from. Yesterday on my way to the Arkhangelsk Regional Museum,  I took some photos of  Arkhangelsk which are accompanied by a few pics which I had taken before and by the last two photos which my friend kindly sent me via e-mail yesterday. So it's kinda short free excursion around the city that I hope y'all will appreciate. 














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Another favorite activity







I'm sorry, my friends, for neglecting my blogging duties as of late. It's been a crazee week since I arrived in my boondocks -  I mean Arkhangelsk, my native city (kiddin' U)
Firstly I had to get ready for my Granny's 75th Anniversary where I was a compere. 
Then I had to visit my best friend whom I haven't seen for 3 years and a half and who accompanied me to a gay bar yesterday. We had so much fun over there. I mean I'm not a gay club raver at all. My last visit to a gay bar dates back 2011. But this time I just felt like going to the party and chilling among drag queens and sexy people with a third leg. I'm going to post pictures from the club in my next blog entries that I have a lot to share with! 
I love coming back home. It's the best feeling. 


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