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Winter 2015: I selected 4 Looks at Jean-Paul Knott

Jean-Paul-Knott-Fall-Winter-2015-Selection by Mademoiselle Le K

Photos ©JEANPAULKNOTT – Lay out: Mademoiselle Le K

Happy Birthday!

I am a fan sleek simple lines and devilishly stylish of the cut master, Jean-Paul Knott. His eponymous label celebrates its fifteen years old! Happy Birthday! 

I choose a coat, jacket, trousers, dress and sweater. Timeless basics of a winter wardrobe. To mix and match with my accessories collection exclusively sold on this blog (pictures below):

Shop-My-Selections-De-Greef-Jewels-Mini1A-©Mademoiselle Le K

Shop-My-Selections-Lilu-Clutch-Mini1-©Mademoiselle Le K   Shop-My-Selections-De-Greef-Jewels-Mini2A-©Mademoiselle Le K

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Hiver 2015: mes 4 silhouettes de chez Jean-Paul Knott

Jean-Paul-Knott-Fall-Winter-2015-Selection by Mademoiselle Le K

Photos ©JEANPAULKNOTT – Lay out: Mademoiselle Le K

Joyeux anniversaire!

Je suis une fane des lignes simples, épurées et diablement élégantes du maître de la coupe, Jean-Paul Knott, dont le label éponyme fête ses quinze ans! Joyeux anniversaire!

J’ai choisi un manteau, un blouson, un pantalon, une robe et un gros pull, une base de garde-robe hivernale indémodable. A mixer avec ma sélection d’accessoires exclusifs, en vente sur ce blog (photos ci-dessous) :

Shop-My-Selections-De-Greef-Jewels-Mini1A-©Mademoiselle Le K

Shop-My-Selections-Lilu-Clutch-Mini1-©Mademoiselle Le K   Shop-My-Selections-De-Greef-Jewels-Mini2A-©Mademoiselle Le K

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Tokyo, Japan: Shopping and Architecture in Roppongi

TOKYO CITY GUIDE: DISTRICT / ROPPONGI

Tokyo-Midtown-Roppongi-Shopping-1-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

The refined Tokyo Midtown 

Incredible blue sky! I get in one of the six buildings of Tokyo Midtown, hosting the Suntory Museum of Art.

A luxury mall. Tasteful minimalist decoration, with staright light wooden and picture windows with a view to the small park. Zen feeling in the cosy atmosphere. 

Comfortable leather sofas to relax between two shops (exhausting shopping, lol!). Check out the high end multibrands Restir and The Cover Nippon for refined arts and crafts: beautiful fabrics for home, ceramics and traditional bags.

Tokyo-Midtown-Roppongi-Shopping-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

For ceramics, I also recommend Asakusa small shops (a traditional district of Tokyo).

At the food level, stop at Toraya for the incredible look of the Japanese pastries (on the picture above)! I was so happy to find “my” Dean & Deluca too, soulful Soho! Could you believe it?

Then I sat in the small park under the sun. Lazy, lazy. Maybe tomorrow I’ll visit the Issey Miyake and Tadeo Ando‘s 21_21 Design Sight: “The first center in Japan dedicated to Design, where the creation process will be exhibited” (Issey Miyake).

The National Art Center Tokyo

Now I head to this amazing Museum with a glass wave front designed by the famous architect Kisho Kurukawa, located five minutes walk from Tokyo Midtown. 

Relaxing bright inside, thanks to the wooden in this all glass and concrete architecture. And big surprise: the two huge concrete cones in the hall! Finally I’ve more enjoyed these cones than the beautiful front! 

Tokyo-Roppongi-The National Art Center Tokyo-Photo Mademoiselle Le K-copyright 2014

At the Museum shop, I found an eclectic selection of art books and various items. My fav: some sushi USB keys and traditional bags of a young fashion designer.

After four hours in the big exhibitions halls, I need fresh air, greenery and blue sky (again!), let’s move back to Tokyo Midtown. Yes, the sky is so blue!

Photos : Mademoiselle Le K – copyright 2014, tous droits réservés.

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Metro station: Roppongi 

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