Editor's picks: December’s favourites

Five days before the new year and I can imagine us all around trying to find the ideal Christmas presents for our beloved ones. We usually search to find something that suits their favourite choices; whatever comes to music, fashion or arts and preferably their personal style. My December’s favourites are consist of a mixture of choices and activities. Some of them could be the ideal Christmas present, a different music proposal or your new ‘obsession’.

Converse x JW Anderson : GLITTER
2017 is the year that menswear broke the rules with a lot of innovative design proposals and collaborations. One of the collaborations we loved is the one with converse and JW Anderson. Jonathan Anderson and his team gave one more glam twist to the classic Chuck Taylor All Stars and Thunderbolts and it’s delightfully sparkly! I don’t think you could find more festive trainers from the glitter ones in various colour combinations for both men and women.


** And if you think the glitter converse can only go casual, try to style them with your velvet blazer and trousers!


Call Me By Your Name: 2017’s best movie
We know it came out at the end of October, even though “Call me by your name” is from the movies you will always want to watch again before its cinema exit. (last showing on the 30 th of January). A powerful love story played out in the early Eighties somewhere in northern Italy, in the impossibly glamorous Italian Riviera summer villa of an archaeology professor. The protagonists are the visiting academic Oliver (Armie Hammer) and the professor's son Elio (Timothée Chalamet).


Loreen’s new style & new album RIDE
Loreen is making the absolute most of her brand new record deal and the creative freedom that’s come with it. Eurovision’s 2012 winner is back on the scene with her second studio album RIDE and it has become our latest music obsession. RIDE combines mid- tempo, electro-pop and soft electronica tracks creating a dreamy and alternative music journey.

Her newest music proposal couldn’t be more completed as Loreen has changed her style too. The Moroccan-Swedish singer left behind her iconic fringe and she appears with shaved head on RIDE’s cover. The singer noted that she shaved her head as she doesn’t want to hide anymore. Loreen wants to express herself with the power which comes from inside her and the new album’s promotion appears on social media with messages which push people to trust their inner powers. “I feel a change is coming. A global change for equally, and Istand behind it" noted in Vogue Arabia. .



LE LABO: BERGAMOTE 22 eau de parfum
When it comes to fragrance it’s always more personal. I always like to explore new brands and aromas and last month I finally came across LE LABO. At my first visit at the new LE LABO Selfridges, I was impressed not only with the unique smells but with the customer's journey as well. Once I chose my favourite LE LABO scent, the team hand blended my bottle at my presence. After considering which cologne to choose I concluded to BERGAMOTE 22. The dazzling bergamot combines freshness, sweetness and sensuality with acrobatic talent. All these qualities were encompassed in the perfume’s initial code name: “Fire Cologne”