Monthly Archives: July 2011
Inviting us for a lovely cozy dinner surrounded by the crème de la crème of the Dutch blogger scene: well, we don’t say no to that. While Digi K is enjoying a shopping trip to Stockholm, Digi E. went for a night out to do something she’s really good at: eating!
Don’t we all want to start making babies by looking at this amazing perambulator?!?
Paris based creative company Surfaco To Air (STA) combines contemporary art, fashion, music, photography, design and graphics. The brand collaborated with creative talents such as DJ and model Leigh Lezark, photographer Solve Sundsbo, electro band Justice and British style icon Daisy Lowe (check out the video in here). How a gallery near the Louvre became a worldwide successful brand. The Digitalistas had the honour to catch up with head designer Aldric Speer.
Rumor has it for weeks that COS will open up a store in the middle of Amsterdam. And those rumors are true! And we know exactly where you can find the first COS store in Amsterdam…
Look at this amazing up beat video of Daisy Lowe dancing, laying and hopping around, in a videoclip made by Surface to Air (STA). Love that body!
Oh, how we love this amazing ad of Marc Jacobs featuring Hollywood’s enfant terrible and actress Helena Bonham Carter. Love it!
We are no teenagers looking for their high school supplies, but nevertheless, pencils are always useful. So why not buy ourselves some really nice ones?
Needless to say that we have a whole new generation of talented models coming from our little country; Patricia van de Vliet, Nimuë Smit, Daphne Groeneveld, Saskia de Brauw, Mirte Maas, just to name a few. And another star is rising. Her name is Milou van Groesen.
Carine Roitfeld is taking her styling-activities up a notch, and one of them is quite major. A 72 pages Elizabeth Taylor-inpired editorial in V magazine, with one of her best photographer-friends Mario Testino. Check out the exclusive video. Recognize Liz’s iconic blue eyeshadow? You’ll find the complete editorial in a 300-pages counting September ‘Heroes’ issue of V magazine.