Mírame a la cara

Cuando era pequeña y tenía algún problema siempre contaba con mi madre, mi consejera, mediadora y animadora. Puedo decir que soy afortunada y eso sigue siendo así, aunque nunca olvidaré algo que me recordaba con cierta asiduidad y que me marcó para siempre: “las cosas se solucionan hablando.”

Es por ello que me preocupa que  hoy en día el hábito de la conversación sea raro, menos relevante y más interrumpido por aspectos externos. Que cuando suceda sea banal y superficial.




Que sí, feliz año y “new year, new me” pero empiezas igual, ídem a todo y tiro porque me toca.

ídem a los malos hábitos

ídem a no ser consciente

ídem a no ser constante

ídem a la falta de amor propio (more…)

What the fall of BELLA HADID says about us

_kor0945Source: vogue runway

First things first, let’s talk about fashion week. But not about the amazing shows going on which, by the way, have me absolutely mesmerized. (Have you seen Marchesa? omg and loving Victoria Beckham so much it almost hurts.)

Leaving aside the “couture” topic I would like to adress the behaviour component. It’s actually very interesting to sit and look what everyone is doing. In my former blog (janiraschoice) I wrote a post talking about how people lie about their knowdelege in the fashion industry and brands, relating my point to a video I just had watched (link here). Anyways, that kind of “I-know-it-all-im-fucking-fashion-victim-cant-you-see” attitude makes me puke. But even though that still goes on there’s something that has catched my attention more than anything this time. And that is Bella Hadid’s fall during New York Michael Kors runway show. Not her graceous stumble, but the way people reacted  to it.