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I wear contacts since forever, and dark circles and puffy eyes are my thing. The good part is that the issue had resolved itself lately for no apparent reason. I was looking for a product that will cover my so cold ‘dark side’, while containing everything to help my puffiness aka. hydrate the hell out of it. Since I am a a regular customer at Clinique, they were my first choice, and remembering that All About Eyes Concentrate was good, I expected All About Eyes Concealer to do the job and hide my circles.

I used it for a couple of months, but I ended up having a very cakey concealer under my eyes, that created some non existing wrinkles and did not hydrate well either. I tried eye creams as a primer, but with no luck. Basically I use it for everything that is not eyes and the truth is I love it’s colour, and I would definitely recommend it for very young ladies out there with zero wrinkle issues, but dark circle problems, but if you are like me continue the search for something lighter.

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Finally the long long long awaited Alexander Wang for H&M lookbook is available for both men and women. I usually get overexcited about H&M collaborations, and this one was worth the wait. I would definitely kill and stand in a line for some of these fantastic pieces.

Available from November 6!

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Check out the full lookbook after the jump:



New season in fashion means Toni&Guy Fashion Week Budapest that was merged together with Central European Fashion Days event this year, but stayed true to itself, with the only difference that it was a two day event, giving a chance to more designers to share their S/S 15 collections. Luckily there are enough good designers here in Hungary to fill out the two days of shows, and I would only add a couple to the list to give a full picture of the little world we have here. Unfortunately though I missed some of the shows, and didn’t get much chance to make any nice pics either, but I have collected the catwalk photos below to give you a preview of the event.

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I will not review everyone, but here is what I think…I was honestly happy to see less prints, because prints were everywhere lately, and seemed like the only solution to Hungarian design, but behold, not anymore. Monochrome was honestly celebrated, which is fine, since black is my love. Napsvgar was very fun and colorful, even though I am allergic to fun stuff at runway shows, that does not come from high-end brands, because it has been a way to hide lack of creativity and shitty quality. Well, not in case of Napsvgar obviously, who stayed true to good quality, especially with her amazing laser cut jackets.

Kata Szegedi was her great self, with a very well recognizable style that is oh so Kata, while evolving with each and every collection, and I was amazed by the last black maxi dress, that will probably be next season’s favourite piece of all Hungarian celebrities. Anda is my favourite. Sorry everyone else, but she is the closest to representing what I would love to wear continuously if it wasn’t for work and stuff. It does not mean I don’t respect or fully love some pieces or full collections of others, its just that she is the closest to my taste. Dori Tomcsanyi was also fantastic as usual, she has the funnest collections that are completely wearable and fashionable at the same time, while never lacking new ideas for each and every new show to come. But, but but..If i had to choose just one item from everything I saw it would be Áeron’s green leather jacket.


Check out the full recap after the jump:




All I have is pure love for Vika Gazinskaya. Not only is she way ahead of most Russian designers, her ideas are inspiring and really creative, but she is also super cute and I am stalking her instagram for a while now where she rocks her designs at fashion weeks and does previews of new collections.

Here is the lookbook of her latest Spring Summer 2015 collection, where the key print is paisley ‘pickles’ drawn by Vika herself, and if Persia was France in the 50s, than this is how dresses would look like.

Photographer: Ernest Yakovlev
Model: Inna Cernyshova

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Check out the full Spring Summer 2015 lookbook after the jump:



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I visited Toni&Guy Fashion Week Budapest last weekend, unfortunately just half a day out of the two, but all about that later. You probably noticed, I am not a huge overdresser and feel home in black and black only, but this Dori Tomcsanyi dope top was a must and we have a love affair.

top: Dori Tomcsanyi (here) / jeans: Massimo Dutti (here) / boots: Zara (similar here) / black rings: H&M

photos by Zoltan Mihaly

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