ligne studio x agmes nyc

03 09 16




Some of my work for the amazing  Agmes in NY.   And more to come..

Ligne Studio x Agmes NYC.

All images and styling Leila Budjen x Ligne Studio.

swedish house of dagmar has me

04 08 16

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I’ve been watching this Swedish creative for a while now..

This Fall collection was inspired by Twin Peaks, a small rainy mountain town surrounded by forest.  It is an unsettling place where the unexpected is the norm. It also focuses on the strong and soft characters of a woman.,  I think they’re speaking my language.

..hairy brushed mohair to shiny leather and satin shimmer.

I’m such a visual person when it comes to contrasting elements, I really love the conceptual part of this brand.

Loving that they are not afraid to jump into a more sophisticated and playful look and still have managed to create something wearable and chic. For me a tailored piece is classic… This fall, the coats and the beautiful colors are probably going to be my favorite thing to wear.  House of Dagmar has me.

Runway images via and webshop here.



the row opens in NY

09 06 16

The Row, one of my favorite brands, so fresh and so stylish at the same time… Finally find their shop open in New York, the building they had been waiting on is pure love, the styling and the furniture pieces they fit in, all vintage midcentury designer finds. The Art of course, everything for sale even a piece from Jean-Michel Basquiat being used face up. Can’t wait to visit their space, it’s for sure and experience.





“they decorated with the help of Jacques Grange, who last worked on a boutique with Monsieur Saint Laurent. In addition to those Basquiats, there are incredible pieces of furniture: a Carlo Bugatti chair, a Frank Lloyd Wright mirror, a Jean Royère standing lamp, not to mention the ceramics created by legendary Japanese chef Masa Takayama”

Photography by François Halard, photos via Vogue with thanks.

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