Excited and inspired after seeing Lei Lou collection for Fall/Winter 2011/12 on the runway. I was looking forward to see the result of the photo shoot done by amazing Croatian photographer Mare Milin who I once had the opportunity to work with and was really impressed with her creativity and professionalism, styled by Alex Dojčinović and modeled by versatile and gorgeous Maja Bokan. 

Alex only told me the shoot is going be about movement and I did expected some gorgeous one shoulder dresses floating romantically in the space, but I was really impressed how nicely put together were daily and business looks which surely I know by now, take you from the office straight to the dance floor with adding some sparkly jewelry pieces. 

E-mail to order any of the dresses or purses here or by clicking on the button on the right side of my blog. 

Other then the quality of Lei Lou pieces another thing I can guarantee on it that they never go unnoticed wherever and whenever you shall where them.

Enjoy lovelies! 

"Fashion is so close in revealing a person's inner feelings and everybody seems to hate to lay claim to vanity so people tend to push it away. It's really too close to the quick of the soul."

~Stella Blum~


"Big girls need big diamonds. "

"It is very strange that the years teach us patience - that the shorter our time, 
the greater our capacity for waiting. "

"I’ve been through it all, baby, I’m mother courage."

"Some of my best leading men have been dogs and horses."

"I have a woman’s body and a child’s emotions."

"I, along with the critics, have never taken myself very seriously."

"I’ve always admitted that I’m ruled by my passions."

~Elizabeth Taylor ~


After dating a guy who was much better with using his balls in his profession than in private life, pardon my language. It took me quit a while to even give a benefit of a doubt to another balls carrier.

As I guess any recently emotionally wounded girl I thought I would play it safe at least for starters and to go with the type I know I like. Ouu boy was I wrong. Ladies, take it from me, the physical strength and size (height) of a guy rarely EVER corresponds with his “machoness”, just on a contrary – it rarely ever does. So here I am – learning this lesson for the God knows which time over again: The bigger the man – the smaller the balls (not literary of course, but sometimes literary to).

Therefore, I “wisely” concluded at the age of 26 – In this day and age, young women have evolved in a way that we will sooner grow balls then they (men) would utilize theirs.

If you look at what is all expected from us, and here, I am talking for real, no feminist talk, is to pace ourselves daily in order not to act and/or look like a gold-digger – because that would mean that women would focus on her looks only with a mission to merry a rich man and completely disregard her own needs for intellectual or spiritual and social development, acting inferior to boost his macho – which is just wrooong and man would feel totally used.

Secondly, we should not go into other “extreme” and be more successful than the certain bal-less individual – cause this would make him feel inferior and in no way macho man in front of others, and would totally conflict with his animalistic instinct of being sole food and security provider for the family.

Now you are thinking, maybe I should be somewhere in the middle and have a job, but not a carrier so I can look good and take care of the family and maybe then he will have balls to be a real man…but nooo, noup. Then you see – you might become boring and predictable, being with you would be too safe and you would never leave him – so he would go out and play a little – and would go to try out his “machoness” with someone else.

After careful analysis and hearing of similar experiences from my girlfriends, I have concluded I am not going to play the games and act the society labeled rolls, not any of them. In order to stay true to myself, I am not ready to take on yet another role and grow the balls myself to be a part of a relationship. Although open-minded and social as I am, I am starting to build a career and I have a job I love –but I am not a “career women”. I can be an amazing cook and I actually enjoy cleaning and doing some stuff around the house – but I am not ready to be labeled as a “housewife”. Also, I do spend a lot of money on myself, I do love expensive clothes and going to fancy places – but I am not ready or willing to take on a role of a “gold-digger” and use this as a condition when selecting a guy I would like to date.

So dear bal-less men out there, please understand, we are physically weaker gender, and yes we can do it all on our own really, but we shouldn’t have to, we should not have to take the initiative for every single thing in life and guide you through life while at the same time pacing ourselves not to make you feel inferior, so please step up and be men. Take the lead, not because it is expected – but because it should come naturally. Relationship is a two way street, so rather than observing celebrities and athletes – look at your fathers and grandfathers and look at the gentleman gestures most of them are doing. You got them, you were born with them – use them.

So ladies, did you grow your balls yet? ;)


Long sleave dress and red belt by Lei.Lou (Alex Dojčinović)

"Live life fully while you’re here. 
Experience everything. 
Take care of yourself and your friends. 
Have fun, be crazy, be weird. 
Go out and screw up! 
You’re going to anyway, so you might as well enjoy the process. 
Take the opportunity to learn from your mistakes: find the cause of your problem and eliminate it. 
Don’t try to be perfect; just be an excellent example of being human."
~Anthony Robbins~


So, other than fast cars, easy women in expensive designer clothes holding hands with tanned older guys in polo shirts with bad hairdos - Cannes has an awesome vintage market on Sunday mornings.

Awesome - meaning that you can find vintage pieces of real value, well preserved but the prices are extremely high! (Guess they are going for above mentioned clientele).

Vintage purses and designer costume jewelry were my favorite finds.
Bellow you can see the photos of the most interesting pieces I found.

Uu...I also visited the perfume museum in Grasse – take a look at the Marie Antoinette cosmetic cases bellow! Can you say DIVAAA! :) 

Enjoy lovelies! 
p.s. Next time - I am taking orders and keeping the commission - hehe :)


Rushing after work yesterday to touch up on my fab before Friday fun day party night in my brand new Lei Lou dress, and to get a hairdo at my favorite hairstylists (which never happened) I ran into numerous opticals: I ripped my pantyhose with the fabulous Lei Lou ring, hit some ladies car exiting the parking lot and now need to pay a pair of shoes worth of repair on her car, I forgot to close all of the windows in my apartment and broke a nail.

After seeing one piece from new Lei Lou collection few weeks ago at her showroom I was super excited to see the whole story on the runway. Everything was perfect: hair, makeup, girls attitudes and of course - the looks Alex put together.

Last night Lei Lou girl was a rockish lady, confident but gentle and feminine business women rushing from work to Friday fun day, sexy librarian, gentle ballerina and a classy socialite all in one. Her look demanded attention; her look was confident yet mysterious and vintage yet modern. 

Bravo Alex!
You did it again!


Long time no blog lovelies. I got to admit I have totally reasonable excuse. I am working on a new project - which is related to fashion and to my creative outlet - my blog. So I did fail to put it all in a blog post form. I will try to catch up fast. 

So, yesterday I skimmed through Fashion.hr Industrija as I went to pick up my gorgeous new dress from Lei Lou booth.

 Fashion.hr Industrija is a local designer trade exhibition, organized first time around this year in Zagreb with intention to give local designer the opportunity to showcase their collections to international buyers. However - there were not many buyers in attendance if any.

The venue itself looked absolutely fabulous, however there were more sponsored booths than designers, many designers were not personally at their booths and those that did showcase, mostly do have their own shops or showrooms, so I did not see much added value for them for being there as there were very little visitors the first day and I don't see how they can financially get to positive zero having to rent the booth space and merchandise it as well as to make a collection for the actual fashion show.

Another setback and potential reason for lack of visitors yesterday was that there was a charge to get in which I think is not wise to do first time around. 

On the other hand, I was quite impressed with the amount of effort and creativity the organizing team put behind the organization. The venue is quit big so I am sure it was hard to merchandise it properly, but they still succeeded in making it quit chic with right dose of technology, fashion, entertainment and designer presentation. 

Secondly, my conclusion exiting the venue on a day one was that the organization team is in terms of capability running far ahead of the local designer’s capacities and kind of educating them as they go forward. 

In ideal world, if there were enough business interest and clear business ethics with common vision among three event organizers, we would see designers from all three events showing their collections on this kind of small local trade show as this would provide more realistic, and more rich picture of local industry - with consequently showing more concrete financial results for all parties involved. Just a thought to ponder upon.

“From small beginnings come great things.”


Last week was quit hectic for me - just how I like it! :) My journey started in Budapest working and finished 6 days later in Cannes, France. Lead by my life strategy: Work is fun and fun is fun, I met some amazing and very inspiring people from all over the Europe like Marie Claire editor in chief and Glamour magazine beauty editor from Hungary and collected wonderful experiences I can share with you in next couple of post. Ouu, yea, and I got sick, but by now you know my hyper nature so you know that a fever can't hold me down. :)

We stayed at amazing historic Carlton hotel, located on the famous Croisette Avenue, close to the Cannes Palais des Festivals. This hotel is visited by numerous celebs during the film festival, some of which have their own Suites. Many have left thank you notes to thank the Carlton on hospitality. :)

I've noticed some cool rides...(none noticed in pink so not to impressive).

As you already know, Cannes is a home of a famous film festival; so naturally, many fabulous fashion brands have their stores there. I loved Hermes and Chanel accessories window merchandising for upcoming season.

What really gives me a feel of the city is the street art, being spoiled with what I was seeing in the City daily, I was not hoping for much, but in Cannes - the city which lives and breads film art - street artists displayed nothing else but the pulse od the Cannes glamorous heart. :)

Lastly....I visited a perfume museum nearby surrounded with wonderful orange tree garden story of which I will tell you in my next post...

"Security is mostly a superstition. 
It does not exist in nature.
 Life is either a grand adventure or nothing ...." 

Helen Keller