in Fashion

Best summer outfits by Sugarbird

Its not a secret that I’m fond of my home country’s designers. I am very proud how the Hungarian fashion industry develops and changes. Such a small country yet we are so talented and creative.
I must admit it feels extra special to get a compliment on my outfit when I’m wearing a Hungarian designer’s piece. Not exaggerating but my heart does beat faster:-).

Sugarbird’s collection was full of eye-catching, vivid color dresses, kimonos and swimsuits this summer.
It was hard not to get the looks wherever I wore them. Either it was the Minnie Mouse bodysuit with the red mesh skirt, or the glamorous flower dress people kept asking the origin of my outfits.

No matter we write November or June, if today is hot like 30 degrees celsius than its officially summer to me. Considering the fact that it is still summer temperature in Budapest, today the 16th of September I could luckily wear my khaki Sugarbid Powell dress while I’ve had some sightseeing around my beautiful city.
(see last photos)

I have been quite around this last 3 months that covered: Singapore, Bali, Milan, London, Dubai and Budapest. I’ve beeen traveling with my best-loved Sugarbird dresses as they were just “-a must-” in my travel bag. Colors, stripes, flowers, mesh and bodycon style dresses. I wore them for fancy brunch, a beach club opening, to meetings. They are easy to carry and easy to wash. The more I check their webshop the more design I find I’m fond of.
Check yourself here.

Here are my most-liked Sugarbird outfits of this summer:

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2019’s Little Black Dress Look

As time passes by I spend less and less time home, in Budapest. When I do visit home, I make sure that all the following trips and accomodations of mine are settled, all my meetings with friends, and the time planned to be spent with my family is organized. I also always try my best to squeeze time to shoot with my favorite fashion photographer Edina Csoboth and as a result of this last time I succeeded to create some epic looks with her in the V. district, right in the center of my town. Arriving as usual with three huge luggages back home gave me a hard time to decide what outfit to shoot, so as a quick idea I have decided to show you guys the “Little Black Dress Look” by me.

This year so far was more adventureous than the last three years together I swear 🙏🏼.
One of the most prescious memory of mine relates to AMFAR organized in Antibes.
To attend this event I got rid of my long hair and changed to a blonde bob instead. Honestly it was very hard to compliment with any look the outstanding cherry blossom dress Suzie Turner has handcrafted for that occasion.

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in Fashion, LIFESTYLE

Bittersweet San Francisco

Its been 2 months since I haven’t stepped foot in San Francisco, such a pity, once I considered it as a new home. California is way too amazing, the vibes, the scenery, the climate, its rhythm basically you can never get enough of it.
If you follow my journey you probably recognized that I haven’t really been settling down as I was always on the go. After meeting someone I decided to place focus on our relationship, and haven’t returned to Singapore since last mid-December. Truth to be told I always felt something strange, something I can’t explain, call it a women’s intuition, but I was so well fooled about how much I was loved not only with words but actions too, that I felt it was the right decision. Well….
It has been an infinite emotional rollercoaster.
This post is not an ordinary
“See our beautiful photos we have created with the amazing Suzy Raskin”.
This is for us women who have found themselves in crazy situations with unexplainable men behaviors and breakups.

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in Beauty, Fashion

See our photos made for the Marie Claire Magazine Photo Tender

To be honest applying for the tender was quite ad-hoc and sudden as most of the things are in my life. I was not really aware what style Marie Claire will “prefer” neither had much time as I was told about the tender only 2 weeks before the application period  was closed. Even made it a bit tougher when the first photographer quit and I was left there with an idea I liked but with a slight side note: It was a photo tender for photographers, where clearly I was only an optional model. Still I cared for this project as its Mamacittá 😃 and pushed it till the end. I kind of felt the topic of the tender pretty close to me and was also sure that something interesting has to be done for this occasion.

The theme of the tender was: The colorful existence of women.

It wasn’t that easy as I had 1,5 week left, needed THE PHOTOGRAPHER:-), the make up artist, preferably a stylist too. A studio and well yes  more time:-) Time I did not have! 
To be honest the hardest part was to find the time when everybody was able can get together, be on one specific location:-) and do the work. 

I was inspired by Sandro Miller’s Malkovich photo exhibition I have previously seen in Budapest. So the idea was clear. Show the colorful existence of women through different characters that are unconventional, or popular in world press photographed with one model → Me. 
I needed to keep reminding myself that the project is a photographer tender, and not a topic of a new blogpost of mine. And surprisingly or not I have taken it damn serious.
The approach of us towards the photographs was following my idea, so you will likely feel the touch of fashion on them. Well… Quite much of a fashion touch. The more I see the pictures the more I smile. We humans and our minds and our creativity is so unique and authentic. 

Let me show you what characters were in my mind, and how did we display them on the Marie Claire magazine photo tender:-)

Photographer: Richard Vojcehovszkij
Stylist: Clara Gherghel
Make up artist: Nóra Aradi, Yvette Venczlik
Modell: Edina Karina Deák

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