Laura Gonzalez has transformed Paris hotspots, designed chic restaurants, created the interiors for shops and private apartments and has revamped hotels, recognised for her ability to play cleverly with various inspirations and styles. 

‘Henri Martin’ is a Haussmannian private apartment in Paris with typical high ceilings and Versailles parquet. In this opulent and luxurious apartment adorned with a stunning variety of marbles, every single element makes a statement and creates interesting and daring contrasts; the 60s vintage furniture stands alongside sleek and minimalist pieces by renewed designers. The touches of vivid colours and subtle addition of gold and brass details brings a delicate and warm dimension to the space.

 In the kitchen, lacquered white cabinetry and Carrara marble contrast with rustic limestone underfoot; in the master bedroom, linen and velvet and silk create a soft landing against black-framed French doors. Subtle pattern arrives in unexpected forms: in a Mondrian-like mosaic of mirrors flanking the fireplace in the living room, and on an intricate octagonal-tiled floor in the master bath. The combination of these disparate elements is a seamless space that feels considered yet organic – a study in harmonious contrasts.

White Summer Dress

Long white dress is must-have item for a summer. Easy to wear and light as the breeze, it adds a certain Mediterranean effortless look to your summer days.

If you fancy treating yourself this week or you are in a need of something beautiful, below you can find 3 of my favorite slip dresses right now.

Dramatic Sleeves

zara sleeves with frilled cuffs

Even Zara can't resist Dramatic Sleeves trend! 

The sleeves make a basic minimal dresses look outstanding and romantic. Great item to wear for your workdays or for the weekends especially to go out with friends for coffee.

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Bella Hadid for Vogue China April 2017

Shot by Collier Schorr, the model wears soft, neutral makeup paired with delicate pale pink gowns, ruffled blouses, leather dresses and PVC skirts, cinched blazers and a even bunny ears as styled by Daniela Paudice.

Photography: Collier Schorr
Styled by: Daniela Paudice / Hair: Serge Normant / Makeup: Hannah Murray / Model: Bella Hadid


Theresa May: The Vogue Interview

The prime minister on her premiership, her private life, and why she can hold the top job and still be interested in clothes

PRIME MINISTER Theresa May may make frequent headlines thanks to her appreciation of fashion but, as she revealed this month in an interview with American Vogue, it's something that she feels comfortable coming hand in hand with her parliamentary trajectory.
"Look, throughout my political career, people have commented on what I wear," she said. "That’s just something that happens, and you accept that. But it doesn’t stop me from going out and enjoying fashion. And I also think it’s important to be able to show that a woman can do a job like this and still be interested in clothes."



Defined by a signature oversized buckle, Boyy’s clean-lined bags have been an under-the-radar favorite of fashion’s most stylish women ever since the NYC label was launched in 2004. 

Daphne Groeneveld for ELLE France March 2017

Currently crushing on model Daphne Groeneveld in this ELLE editorial. 
Holographic cheekbones, electric blue liner, pink eyeshadow, rose gold foil lips, starry eyelids... YES. Please!

Photography: Steven Pan
Styled by: Chloe Dugast
Hair: Adam Markarian
Makeup: Violette
Model: Daphne Groeneveld

Marni's Double-Hoop Earrings

Break out any boring outfit with these unique Marni's double-hoop earrings. They're crafted in Italy from gold-tone brass, and set with matching beads around the black resin disc. Red and white crystals accentuate the glamorous vintage-inspired feel. Showcase yours with a simple black turtleneck for colder days, or simple white dress for summer nights.

Work Outfits | Ruffles

Ruffles are here to stay, we all knew that already. But how can you include this new trend into your work outfits without looking like you just came from 18th century Marie Antoinette's party?   

Mixing the masculine and feminine is always great idea to look professional. Black simple turtleneck with asymmetrical ruffles skirt and pointed heels or sleeveless ruffled white top with high-waisted black pants and pointed-toe loafers will make you professional chic.


Actress Kate Winslet writes exclusively for Conde Nast book Chic Stays about how she found luxury on Eilean Shona, the rugged Scottish island where J M Barrie wrote Peter PanEilean Shona, Scotland

"Luxury. Some of us are comforted by that word, some of us are deeply panicked by it, and others live in the hope of one day finding it. However, the majority of people I know are enthralled by the idea of luxury well earned at the end of an adventure-filled day and the uncertainty of the wild outdoors - the perfect combination of which can be found on Eilean Shona's magnificent isolated shores. A spectacularly beautiful isle on the west coast of Scotland, from which Eigg, Muck and Rum can be seen in the distance like giant sea monsters emerging from below, it has been owned and loved by Vanessa Branson and Robert Devereux for more than two decades. Their friends, children and children's friends have filled every crack and peak with memories over the years, the presence of which can be keenly felt as you wander through Peter Pan forests and throw yourself against strong winds on remote white-sand beaches. This is the kind of magic one longs for, looks for and seldom finds. To reach it, leave your car behind on the mainland and hop aboard the island boat, for there are no roads on Shona."

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