Sunday funday

Since yesterday was spent solely in bed, we decided that today had to be more productive. After the mandetory long sunday breakfast, we headed to Bloomingdales and 5th avenue for some post-birthday shopping. On my list was a matte, gold watch – which was the only thing I didn’t find. Every single one looked cheap and blingy – something a rapper would wear in a lowbudget music video – if you know what I mean.. I did, however, find a new Marc Jacobs Wallet, some basics at Zara and Topshop, two pair of shoes, and a super cheap bag at forever21. The Loboutin nail polish was a birthday gift from Maria and Emilie. It’s the perfect shade of red!

We also managed to squeeze in a lunch at TAO. Their Crispy Orange Chicken is to die for. A true must if you’re ever in the city.

At the moment I’m just laying in bed trying to start my 2000 word paper that’s due tommorrow night. I’m writing about new reproductive technologies and their impact on family structure and society at large. Sounds fun? It’s not..

See you soon! Xx Hanna


Yesterday, the 25th of September, I finally turned 20. Not that significant when I live in the US, but at least I’m not a teenager anymore. And only one year away from the big 21.

I love birthdays. I love when people call and and message me just to wish me a great day. I love when my friends and family tell me how much they appreciate and love me. This day always makes me realize how lucky I am to have so many wonderful people in my life. I couldn’t ask for anything else.

On that note, I had a great day! After a long day at school, I came home to a decorated apartment, homecooked diner, cake and presents! I have the best roomies <3 Later in the evening we had some people over to celebrate ; There were a lot of drinks , a lot of Brittney Spears , and lots of catching up. The party continued at some clubs, where we danced all night. Needless to say; we had a blast!

XX a very happy Hanna


Interested in seeing the NYC skyline without standing in line and spending a fortune? Check out ‘The Gardens’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The perfect place to relax and grab lunch in the ‘oh so’ hectic ambiance of New York. And while you’re there, be sure to take a look at one of their exhibits as well – always amazing!

X Hanna


I love my friends. Especially when they give me passes to Fashion Week. Earlier today I was lucky enough to go see Jenny Packhams’ show for NYFW. It was spectacular! I had the perfect seat (next to Guiliana Rancic), and spotted celebrities and it-girls everywhere. Playing cool was definitly one of the hardest things I have ever done..

Nevertheless, I managed to keep calm and focus on the most important thing; the collection! The dresses were feminine and extravagant with a hint of masculine undertones. And there were sparkles. Lots of it. As Jenny Packham describes it: “The collection celebrates the dualism of masculinity and femininity and the fluidity of both: the idea that, far from being irreconcilable, the two are perpetually passing into each other”. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.. (Sorry for the iphone quality, my camera ran out of power..) IMG_5456








X Hanna