My passion for fashion

I always mention my passion for fashion because that’s what I lived up to since I was a little girl. Well, back in the time when I could make looks for my dolls or dressing up my little niece and nephew. I […]

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Claudia Falcão is…

… Brazilian, born in Aquidauana in the center of Brazil, the region called Mato Grosso do Sul. Currently, I live in  Houten, a small town near the charming city of Utrecht. It has an outstanding cycling structure which was granted with the “Fietsstad” award 2008 and […]

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Outfit with a purpose

A must-have outfit is indispensable when worn with a purpose. For almost two years I wore the Albert Heijn (AH) Oude Dorp bakery uniform with joy. I believe that my journey working as a part-time bakery assistant was with a purpose. I met lovely […]

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Upcycling accessories

Oh, what a moment of joy, when my friend and sports masseur Warner Boekhout showed me these accessories made from used bike tires he got from a cycling event. I always admired the colorful tires when watching the races.  To imagine that […]

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The fashion of receiving flowers

With Valentines coming up, this is the color palette to die for. Tulips are forever. The fashion of celebrating this day and flowers will never be last season for me. Unexpectedly receiving flowers is always especial. And so I hear from Mr. […]

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Apple sophistication: the statement bag

This statement by Happy Genie combines sophistication with sustainability. Last Monday I visited Soul Salon fashion trade show in Amsterdam. After my shot of inspiration by fashion magazines, I was up for more of it. So as expected, up front was this glamorous bags […]

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2017: a year of achievements, discoveries and blog collaboration

It was a very good year for achievements, discoveries and blog collaboration. Looking back on 2017, one of the first memorable moments was the catwalk of Kelly Sue during Amsterdam fashion week. Her concept “Broken Crayons Still Color” highlighting diversity, was fascinating. […]

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No waste, only grace.

November 2017, here in the Netherlands was a check-to-reality for me, as a passionate fashion consumer and blogger. The theme of the #Dutchsustainablefashionweek this year was the circular economy. I was in the front row at the catwalk opening. Designers Danya Wevers, Map […]

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Earth Matters – remember that fashion world.

The exhibition “Earth Matters” at the Textile Museum in Tilburg is a call for me to keep admiring fashion designers and brand concepts that promote sustainability. The galleries of the museum were full of insightful content, with samples of botanical ingredients turned into […]

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