Meanwhile an entire month passed by since we headed off to Cinque Terre and we’re still not done with all the pictures we took. Italy is such a beautiful place on earth with countless of magical cities and villages, some I already discovered and some unfortunately I didn’t so far. But you know, I’m still young and my bucket list is still long so that there’s still enough time to be an adventurous little kid and cinque was a point high, high up on my list, so I’m glad I finally ticked it off.
What a week! Right in the very beginning of this week, we took off to Venice for the 74th Venice Film Festival. I always thought Cannes is the one big festival of this kind but regarding the array of Hollywood stars doing themselves the honor of attending the Film Festival, Venice can easily hold a candle to Cannes, that’s for sure. So I found myself surrounded by super models (fabulous Coco Rocha was dining next to us in the hotel we stayed), actresses and the biggest players of the blogger scene all over the world and yes, I was slightly overwhelmed.
And finaaaally we’re starting with all the outfits we shot in the south, strictly speaking in Cinque Terre! Yay! The trip has been a very, very special one for me – not only for the reason that I celebrated my 26th birthday in one of my absolute favorite countries but also because it was the first trip since a very long time that we planned all by ourselves without a brand or agency or any project connected. So we had no schedule but instead were able to do whatever we wanted. Well, while working on our plan, looking for hotels, how to get there, etc, I actually realized how much I enjoy when brands and agencies are taking over that part though. ;) It’s a crazy amount of work if you’re like me aka. a planning freak who is paranoid that the hotel booking didn’t went through, or the train is late and you’ll miss the connecting one, etc.