Last monday i got the honor to attend Ljubljana fashion week's first evening of shows. I got invited by my (currently still) favorite Slovenian designer, Ivan Rocco, so i "joined the high heel forces" with my friend Nina in dressing up and going out after a REALLY long time. It's been too long actually, to the point I even felt strange among so many people, hah!
So the show was okay. I liked the catwalk setting much better over the last year's one, the last time I've attended Ljubljana fashion week. Nina and I were both amused with m*faganel's choice of music, it was the by far the best of the evening, and the only collection worth my watching time was, of course Ivan's. You can see what his idea of next summer outfits for a youthful man and a woman is here and here.
Since none of the photos of my outfit from that evening turned out share-worthy, I used yesterday trip's opportunity to snap a few decent ones. I am thanking mom for her time and patience :)
Last Saturday in September seemed to be one of the busiest, according to the relevant facebook event invites i got. There were so many options on what to do, luckily i didn't even need to choose since a dear friend of mine was getting married.
Besides other great things I had a priviledge to do the brides make up AND! design her wedding gown! But I'll elaborate on that later in a separate post.
Here are some phone-frozen moments of our cloudy, but beautiful nonetheless, celebration day for you to enjoy :)
thank you mr. photographer for constantly standing in the way :P
rice and confetti time!
cake for the cake obsessed people :)))
newlyweds taking the floor after a couple of dancing lessons - totally pulled it off, though! ;)
me, Alenka, Ines and Maja in the lovely Vila Podvin courtyard
goofing around whenever there's a chance ;) with Ines and Maja in the back
My freshfresh main course plate comprised of fruits and veggies <3 nbsp="">3>
Thanks again to newlyweds Alenka and Rok and their families for sharing this day with us!
Actual happiness looks pretty squalid in comparison with the overcompensations for misery. And, of course, stability isn’t nearly so spectacular as instability. And being contented has none of the glamour of a good fight against misfortune, none of the picturesqueness of a struggle with temptation, or a fatal overthrow by passion or doubt. Happiness is never grand. || Aldous Huxley, Brave New World ||
leaders destroy the followers & followers destroy the leaders || jiddu krishnamurti, freedom from the known ||