Category Archives: Lifestyle

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Bored at home? Here are things you can do during Corona lockdown

I don't even know how many weeks we've been in quarantine due to Corona already. But I know that it's hard to keep one busy and motivated. I first saw this whole Corona lockdown as a chance and was very motivated to finally get things done and work on the tasks on my to-do list…

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5 tricks to feel more comfortable in your body

We are obsessed with being and looking perfect, but what does this mean? We see all those perfect people with their perfect bodies and perfect lives on the TV, in magazines and all over social media. What we don't understand is, that this often is not only photoshopped but also shows only the…

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News: Autonomy, Fast Fashion and Kanye

Stella McCartney is known for her clarity of design and her extraordinary dedication to human and animal well-being. Since 2001, the talented McCartney designs under her name. What some readers may not know: McCartney had only a 50 percent stake in her brand. The remaining share owned Kering, a French luxury group from France. This has changed now. McCartney is now the sole owner of her brand and this should remain so in the future.

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News: Babies, Mascaras and Sex and the City

Probably the biggest news is the birth of little Leo. Leo is the first child of Chiara Ferragni and her fiancé Fedez. The baby was born at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, on the night of March 19th to 20th. (In the same hospital where the twins of Beyonce were born.) Shortly after birth Ferragni postet the first photo of sweet Leo. If that Instagram- thing was not laid in the cradle, then I do not know. In Italy, the 19th of March is the official Father's Day.

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Trends 2018: Varnish, Logomania and Bralette

Every day I browse Instagram. Both professionally and personally I am constantly surrounded by new and recurring trends. I could stop the sensory overload by only following accounts that enrich my life in any way. And yet I see a lot of nonsense every day. Since working at whaelse.com, I know how hard it…

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News: Designer, Fur and the Freedom of Information

To anticipate the worst: Hubert de Givenchy has passed away. The 91-year-old fashion designer was one of the greatest designers in history. His timeless and purist models made him world famous. Tight fitting jersey dresses were just as much a part of his designs as linen evening wear. He designed the balloon coat and elegant velvet bustiers.

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About: the production chain of textiles.

When we stand in a shop and look at clothes, we just see the end of the production chain: ready for sale- clothes. We see the finished garment, hanging on a hanger in the mall. Unfortunately, how the clothes come to the store or how they are made is often unclear. Today I write…

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Denim DIY with a pair of raw denim jeans and a denim jacket

For a long time there was no DIY tutorial at whaelse.com. We are in the process of reviving the old categories and now we want to start with a tutorial on fashion. This topic is our favorite. For this special occasion we alienated a jacket and a pair of trousers from Cross Jeans. Both…

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How to create a gallery wall

At the end of 2017, we began to rearrange our home. We removed the wall, that separated our two hallways to get one bigger hallway with more space. We bought new furniture and started decorating everything. One of the things I wanted to put in that hallway was a gallery wall, and together with…

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Amazon Video Series you have to watch this winter

We at whaelse.com are absolute serial junkies. To share our joy of good shows with you, we chose the perfect time: rainy, cold weather and the weekend. What is better? Todays article is about Amazon Video. (No worries, you can find a post about our favourite Netflix series here.) A post about the new…

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