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Here are my latest finds and news from style, fashion, film, design and beautiful living.

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Don’t they look like magical scarves? 813. Ottotredici (Eight thirteen). Even the name seems to have a magical connotation. It’s in fact composed of the birth dates of the brand’s owners, Paolo Panerai and Annalisa Giuntini, 8 and 13 February respectively. They founded 813 in 2009, with the intention of creating a unique garment that could transmit emotions. Seeing their beautiful accessories, I realize that their task wasn’t impossible. Using noble fabrics, cashmere and silk, and innovative workmanship, a new technology of digital print, they created a poetic collection of multi-use scarves, every one of them being rigorously made in Italy, a condition for guaranteeing excellent quality. I don’t know about you, but all I can think of is how I would wrap myself in one of these fabulous scarves, and the upcoming summer is the best time to play with the styling, just like in this whimsical campaign.
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• I’ve already posted about this on my Facebook page, but it’s too defining a conversation not to share it here too: Nicolas Ghesquière on why he left Balenciaga.
• All eyes on Cannes: the film festival kicks off today. Here are the films in competition this year. The president of the jury is Steven Spielberg.
• I love this style at any age concept COS came up with.
• Chic and comfortable: Madewell Transport Tote
• I can’t resist the combination of horseshoes and beautiful stationery: Olivier de Sercey, Paris. View their entire collection.
• I’ve promissed myself to make this almond milk recipe this weekend.

photos: Ciro Zizzo / styling: Giuseppe Dicecca / designer of the scarf corsets and tulle skirt in the campaign: Daniela Colzani / photos from Style on the Blog via Ottotredici


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