Totokaelo's online store is on point. I can spend hours on it, it is so well curated.

Comme des garçons

My favorite shirts, it's amazing how much more I am willing to pay for a shirt just because of the little red heart on it...


At the moment, my go-to skincare products <3

Louis Vuitton SS18

Nicolas Ghesquière is on fire.

Danse Lente

Danse lente made the perfect bucket bag. The straps are adjustable, and exchangeable which gives them a playful touch. Want to get my hands on one of these, too bad they are always sold out!

Le Feu De L'Eau

le feu de l'eau is a Company that makes beautiful candles. So far, most of the candles I see are in glass or enamel containers. I think these candles are really special because you can reuse the outer part as a pot. Somehow candles and cacti are matches made in heaven.

Georgia Perry

I am going crazy over pins, they seem to make all my outfits happier. At the moment this is my favorite one.

Pilea Peperomioides

This is probably one of my favorite plants. Im so happy that I finally found out its name: the Pilea Peperomioides. It is also known as the pancake plant, the chinese money plant, or the missionary plant. Why the missionary plant? Because the plant originates from China, and a Norwegian missionary brought it to Norway in 1946. Its history is quite interesting, here's the link to the full Story.


while shopping in Göteborg I fell in love with a lot of Swedish brands... I now realized why, two things a lot of them have in common is that they make products that are minimal and timeless. If I had more space in my suitcase (and if they were easier to carry) I would have bought these low key pots. They must be the nicest terra cotta pots that I have ever seen (yes, I am a Drama Queen). The other thing I regret not buying is this acne swimsuit, once again super simple but I love the detailing of the back...

Colors & Cacti

During a Frida exhibition in Gothenburg we spotted this amazing corner of the greenhouse!

Sailing in Sweden

Pierre Buttin

This project by Pierre Buttin illustrates perfectly what I love about the Brutalist movement in web design. By taking our favorite applications and showing what they might look like in the aforementioned aesthetic. See all of them on Pierre's website.


Interactive Sun

The artist Philip Schüte creates an interactive sunset. I cant help but love to see work like this where you can actually engage in art.