Author: Ina

Eirys X Files #3 – Equinox

Equinox –  time of change. There is so much going on and changing for me currently. Unlike the seasonal changes that are plain to see, my changes are still mostly internal. But that could change soon, too. It’s both exciting and unsettling to have no concrete idea what…

Eirys X Files #1 – July Children

After sending out the first issue of my new email newsletter, the Eirys X Files, I realised that it won’t be likely for any new subscribers to find me if I don’t put the content out in public, at least at the beginning, as long…

Yves Saint Laurent Films

Seen: Yves Saint Laurent No 1

A few weeks ago I finally saw Yves Saint Laurent by Jalil Lespert with upcoming star Pierre Niney in the titular role. It was the production design that blew me away most, but more about that later. The film is a classic biopic that doesn’t…

State of Wonder by Ann Patchett

Read: State of Wonder by Ann Patchett

Just like half the world’s population I am currently engrossed in the World Cup, taking place far away in Brazil. But ever since the first game in Manaus, I’ve been thinking not just about football but also about a novel I have read not too…

Sarah Jessica Parker NYC Home | Vogue

At Home with Sarah Jessica Parker

Instead of a chocolate bunny I’ve found another dream home in my Easter basket. Somehow I missed this video while putting together my last link list, but it’s too charming not to post it: Sarah Jessica Parker has opened her door for Vogue and answered…

Cressida Campbell's Home | The Design Files | Photo - Sean Fennessy, production - Lucy Feagins / The Design Files

Dream Home: Cressida Campbell at The Design Files

Only few things can put me in a state of wishful awe more than a beautiful house or an equivalent flat. As I’m also increasingly rediscovering my love for all things Australian, I simply had to show you the home of Sydney artist Cressida Campbell that…

Chanel Shopping Center

Chanel at the Supermarket

A few days ago, the fashion weeks for the next autumn/winter collections came to an end in Paris. I have to admit that I cared less and less about the hustle and bustle with each city – mostly as my fashion intake capacity is rather limited…

Hyperbole and a Half

Maybe Everything Isn’t Hopeless Bullshit

If you don’t know Allie Brosh and her blog Hyperbole and a Half yet, take some minutes (or hours) and brace yourself. It was about two or three years ago that I came across Dogs Don’t Understand Basic Concepts, Like Moving. To describe this story as very…