Monday, August 31, 2015

Summer Shoot

During the summer it's usually at least a little bit warmer than during the winter here in Sweden. So this time of the year it feels completely ok to do photo shoots with less clothes on than three layers of fur coats. One sunny day I got together with photographer Peter Nilsson to do a shoot, and here is the result!

Photo: Peter Nilsson

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Dottie's Delights

Nowadays there are many retro lingerie brands out there. One of them I really love the look of is Dottie's Delights. They have several different collections in different styles, but always with an old fashioned, glamorous look to each piece. So whether you like black, sassy lace, or sweet pastels, you will most probably find something that fits your personal taste here. I have to admit I don't own anything from Dottie's Delights myself though (yet)... So I can't really tell you anything about the comfort and quality of the pieces. Lets just hope they feel as good as they look! Here are a few things they have to offer! To see more, visit Dottie's Delight's website here!

Royal Hawaiian Set

Love Letters Babydoll

The Bow Playsuit

Florodora Girl Set

Evelyn Nesbit Set

Ribbon Lace Waist Cincher

Devils Mask Slip

Monday, August 24, 2015

New Outfit (And How To Eat Cookies Like A Lady)...

Every girl needs a good ninja outfit. This us mine! It's slim and really easy to move in, which makes it perfect for kicking ass! Haha!

Since I got both pieces in black, it looks like a pantsuit, but it's actually capri pants and a top - both from Pinup Girl Clothing's line Deadly Dames. They both exist in several different colors, so you can really mix and match with these two pieces.

After an enjoyable visit at my chiropractor for some bone cracking and acupuncture I headed over to Lenore Caine's place. As both me and Lenore work as alternative models, we've become really good at posing in front of the camera - as can be seen above. I think any cookie company would be proud to have us as their brand ambassadors! Then we played Wii and cuddled with the cat.

This is Myysan. As she's super cuddly and kept moving around, being cute, it wasn't easy to get a good picture of her paws. What I wanted to show you is that she has thumbs! This probably facilitates handling an iPhone, which she obviously does since she has her own Instagram account - @theofficialmyysan. It was a good day...

Friday, August 21, 2015

Fabergé Friday

Just like last Friday, here comes a Fabergé object that's actually for sale! If you happen to have too much money in you mattress that is... It's a pair of cufflinks, made by workmaster August Hollming, around the year 1890.

Each cufflink consists of two marquise-shaped plaques, covered in ivory enamel. The borders are set with rose-cut diamonds, and they're held together by gold chains. They come in their original box, and are for sale at 1stdibs for the small amount of 151,376 USD...

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

The Hatparade!

For the second year in a row hatmaker and sex-inspirer Marika Smith invited everyone in the possession of a hat to join the Hatparade!

We've had a really cold and grey summer this year in Sweden. But on this day - which also happened to be my birthday - the sun was shining, and it was warm and nice!

We all gathered outside the beautiful Hallwyl Museum. It was great to see people of all ages and styles had come to join in the parade.

Then we all paraded towards Djurgården (The Royal Game Park), where we sat down in the grass for a picninc.

It was a lovely day, and the perfect way to celebrate my birthday. Already looking forward to next year's Hatparade!

All photos (except for the top one) by Marika Smith.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Fabergé Friday

Today I want to show you another one of Fabergé's brooches! This one was made by workmaster August Hollming, sometime between 1895-1904.

The circular brooch is covered in turquoise enamel over a guilloché ground. It's framed by a band of rose-cut diamonds "tied" in a knot, ending with two pearls. In the center sits a cabochon ruby. The diameter of the piece is 2.9 cm, and for 19,764 USD it can be yours! It's currently for sale at 1stdibs. You find it here!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015


For some time now I've been thinking about getting a septum piercing, and last week I finally went to Platinum Ink Piercing Company and did it!

Here Simon has just pressed the needle through my nose. It hardly hurt at all, but it still triggered the tear canals to start running. Haha!

I was a a bit disappointed it didn't hurt more than it did, but as soon as I got a glass of rosé wine in my hand I felt better! As I'm not allowed to have a visible septum at my part time job, I had to put in a retainer during the weeks it takes for it to heal. You can see the two tips of it sticking out of my nose in that lovely cry-pic to the left. But then Simon turned those ends upwards - and voilà - it disappeared and will heal completely hidden inside my nose! A septum is a pretty "easy" piercing to get, as you don't have to worry about visible scars on your face if you decide to take it out one day.

Fanny had come with me to take memorable pictures of my "nose surgery", and enjoy the wine with me. She has added some tattoos to her skin this last year. Look at that gorgeous chest piece!

When it's healed and I can put in another nose ring, I want something pretty and feminine, like the one above from Body Candy for example. We'll see...

Friday, August 07, 2015

Fabergé Friday

When you get a fever and need to check your temperature, I'm sure we'd all feel better if the thermometer stuck up into our bu... I mean in our armpit, was pretty and made by Fabergé. Like this one for example! It was made by workmaster Mikail Perkhin, around 1895.

It's very rare to find medical equipment among Fabergé's products, but here we have one! The thermometer has a handle covered in midnight blue enamel over a guilloché ground. It's also decorated with gold bands of chased leaves, the terminal set with a big moonstone. It's 12.9 cm long, denoted in centigrade, and was sold at Sotheby's for 61,250 GBP.

Wednesday, August 05, 2015

New Website

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram you might already know this. But for you others I just wanted to say I have finally taken the time to create my own website! One place where I have my modeling portfolio (uncensored), burlesque pics and videos, a bit about myself and how to get in contact. Many people has asked me where they can see my photos and videos, and if I have an official website, and well, now I do! I used Wix to create it, and it was really easy and fun to put it all together!

For those interested, here's the link:

Monday, August 03, 2015


To the general public, Guyla Halász (9 September 1899 - 8 July 1984) is more known as Brassaï - a pseudonym he took from the name of his place of birth, meaning "from Brasso". Brassaï was a Hungarian photographer, sculptor, writer and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France, after he had moved to Paris. He often walked the streets of this city at night, and that is what led him into photography "in order to capture the beauty of streets and gardens in the rain and fog, and to capture Paris by night", as he later wrote. He spent a lot of time photographing the seedier life of the city, but also portrayed high society, intellectuals, his friends, the ballet and the grand operas. In 1936 Brassaï immigrated to New York, where he developed his reputation as a street photographer and exhibited his work. Many of his photos looks like stills from Film Noir movies. They're full of dark mists and feelings, and here are a few of them.
















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