Schnelli’s Pond, Tallinn
My style is combined out of 3 ingredients. First, my appearance reflects my personality and what is going on inside, secondly everything I wear has a good quality and finally, my clothes are comfortable. I design clothes and I’m a big fan of coats. Ideas come when I am sleeping so I have to get up and sketch them- every now and then it can get annoying.
Vabaduse Square, Tallinn
You have to keep you mind open for new ideas, because they are everywhere: magazines, other people, photos, books etc For a bigger diversity, I tend to shop at second-hands and especially at Humana, though it has become more commercial. I also love Balti Jaama’s flea markets.
Viru Gates, Tallinn
If I have enough time, I’ll try to customize my clothes. For example I changed my coat’s buttons, because I wanted them to be more colourful. I spent a year in Portugal and people there are bit too bohemian and don’t care what they wear, while here people overthink their clothes – you should go for something in the middle.