Some of my holiday this year was spent at the Amsterdam Fashion Academy. Yes, you read it right. I know I constantly complain about my summers in the Netherlands (or their non existence) and for me it was a very though decision to take those days to do something like this. I could have been travelling, lying in the beach or being at home doing absolutely nothing (which sounds pretty sweet actually!), but I just felt that it was the right moment.
We’ve just decorated the house with posters and I’m really excited to share the results of this interior design project with you! Here’s a sneak peek of our home and the beauty of decorating with posters.
This week it’s Fashion Revolution week. This Sunday, on the 24th of April, there will be 3 years since 1,134 people were killed when the Rana Plaza complex, a building hosting mostly clothing factories, collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The victims were mostly women. Since then the Fashion Revolution organization was born and this week is time to stop and ask, “Who made my clothes?”.
After all the lights go down, as we recover from the late nights and parties from the last weeks and as we move into a new year, but more importantly go back to ‘normal’, it is time to settle down and think about what has passed and what is yet to come.