Welcome! Thank you for visiting my weblog. I am Irene, Elisabeth Pouw, a Dutch fashion- and interiorblogger. As blogger I am connecting my readers with beauty, style, quality, craftsmanship and harmony in colors for interior / design / architecture, haute couture, photography, art, antiques etc. I love decorating & bringing beauty and harmony into interiors. I created this blog to share my passion for decorating as well as the many other things which inspire me. From time to time I am also highlighting certain interior designers, decorators, architects, stylists, photographers etc. I hope you enjoy your visit. Feel free to give a comment on my blogs. I will react back as soon as possible. Best regards, Irene Pouw from Holland.
Interesting new jewelry line designed by Yolanthe Cabau. Yolanthe created and launched her own jewellery line called YC Jewels. She’s been able to embed her creativity and love for designer accessories into a broad range of bracelets, necklaces, earrings, belly rings and more great jewellery.
About Yolanthe: Yolanthe Sneijder Cabau was born on the Island Ibiza (Spain) on 19 March 1985. Yolanthe is a Dutch-Spanish actress, model, designer, TV presenter and director & founder of the ‘Free A Girl’ foundation. In July 2010, Yolanthe married Wesley Sneijder in Italy. Thereby changing her official name to Yolanthe Sneijder Cabau. She uses Yolanthe Cabau as her professional name. For more information please have a look at the enclosed links below.
Carbon Chair of Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders speaks of dedicated craftsmanship in connection to high tech materials. This chair was completely hand coiled and is 100% carbon fiber and epoxy (so, no metal frame!). The pattern on the seat looks random, but actually reflects the strength pattern. Every point on the rim of the chair is connected with the 4 points connecting the seat to the base-frame.Materials: black carbon fibre drained in epoxy resin. For more information please have a look at the enclosed links below.
INSPIRATION: Jenny Packham created a beautifully luxurious formal wear
collection that was yes, perfect for a princess who cares about propriety. Gowns
were graceful, with slight gathered pleats falling from the waist (often
accented with a velvet band.)Starting the show with a soundtrack of horse hooves
and vaguely baroque music, Packham transported the audience to the source of
her inspiration: Parisian intellectual salons, where “noble and cultured women
gathered to discuss the arts, the philosophy of Voltaire and Descartes and to
produce and shape the literature of our time.” She drew her color story from
these salons, a rich palette of blush browns, dusty pinks, black, aubergine and