1. Simone

    Dear Irina,

    this Hermes pochette is simply awesome, you do look great!

    Kind regards, Simone

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    1. Thank you so much, dear! I am so glad you liked it!


  2. Hi Irina!

    Au Pays des Oiseaux is such a happy, sweet motif.

    And it is probably the most feminine design I’ve ever chosen for myself. Which is nice, because fahsionwise I lean towards a unisex style. Lots of white shirts, pants and flats.

    Ususally I don’t buy a lot of fashion items. Years passes and I was always fine with what I had – trousers from 1998, vintage Miu Miu boots and even my scarves dated back to the 1990s’. Just jeans and trainers needed to be replaced every other season because they wore out.
    But this year something has changed: I’ve reached a point where I realised that most of the stuff looks either dated of worn out and needs a fresh replacement.
    Now I will see if I’ve been infected by a scarf virus or if that high frequency of new acquisitons was due to a huge void on my chest of drawers. 😉

    Your blog makes me want to start a “sub-blog”, dedicated to scarves.

    Did you know Christine Henry blogs, too?


    PS: Please don’t feel stalked. We have a similar taste when it comes to scarves. 🙂 … and scarf rings. 😉
    It is nice to know a woman out there, who shares my love for Dimitri Rybaltchenko’s designs.

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    1. Dear Paula,

      Thank you for your comment! I do not feel stalked at all! Moreover, I love to interact with people who have the same interests as me.This is the reason why I started this blog. What a brilliant idea to start your own blog! I will be the first one to subscribe to your news letters! Yes, I visited Christine’s blog a number of times and even left some comments. She never responded. On her blog I also found some beautiful color ways of her creations, the ones which I never seen before. Probably, very rare ones. Have you seen the new FW 2016 collection of scarves? What is your favorite design for this season?

      Best wishes from Sweden,



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