Tuesday, October 30, 2007


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Tammsaare’s Park, Tallinn

My recent purchase is this coat I got from USA Today second-hand. I wasn’t looking for a one, but I’m happy I found it. My current style essentials are colorful tights. Today I also wanted to wear these ones, so I chose my outfit based on them. My style has become more feminine and I get a lot of inspiration from films, “Amelie” is a good example.

Kaisa and Evely,
Viru str, Tallinn

Shoes and bags are an essential, but you shouldn’t go after one designer label, because the collections and quality varies. We don’t like people with fake bags either. Evely just got these boots, but Kaisa is looking for a winter coat that would be suitable for local climate. We like to browse some foreign magazines, but nothing special.

Viru str, Tallinn

I’m visiting from Moscow and I think my style is all about being trendy. This year I’m going to wear a lot of grey and cute knitted hats. Today I’m wearing clothes form here and there. I just bought this coat today from Viru Centre, but other things are from Moscow. In Moscow many women constantly wear high heels and have long blonde hair, but here everyone is so relaxed.

Saturday, October 27, 2007


Tallinn versus Manchester starting this Monday and goes on for the whole week. There will be new pictures every day and as Manchester is great yet tough competitor, be sure to go and vote for us EVERY day!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Katariina’s Gate, Tallinn

I think people should wear more shiny textures and happier colours, because otherwise overall look can get really dull. At the moment I’m looking for a turtleneck top or a sweater, it is getting cold here. I’m my own inspiration – I can get exchanged 2-3 times day and from that I also get new ideas.

Müürivahe str, Tallinn

I’m looking for a pearl necklace for my wedding. I don’t think I can call my style feminine, but every now and then I like such girly touches. Today I'm very casual - perfect for running errands. My favourite colours are black, brown and bright light green.

Kaubamaja, Tallinn

I usually don’t wear so much black, I actually worried this morning that I look as if I were mourning. I really like the process of shopping and getting ideas from that. Therefore I don’t pay much attention on high-fashion and big designers, because I won’t buy them anyway.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

I currently obsess about animal prints and that’s why I’m wearing this suit today. However, my all time favourites have to be Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan. Their creations never go out of fashion and that’s why I never sell or give them away. An outfit that always works is a black suit with a white shirt. If I have to get up early and go to work and I don’t have any time to think what to wear, I always go for that look. I think Estonians dress really well, it is a misconception that we are shy.

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

There aren’t many beautiful clothes out there and you really have to spend time in order to find them. If you don’t have time or don’t want to spend any of it, you won’t find cool and unique clothes. I like to read fashion magazines and you can get a lot of inspiration from editorials and seeing what celebrities wear. My favourite labels have to be high street ones such as Topshop, Urban Outfitters and H&M.

Annika and Eva,
Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

Our current style is about mixing leather, artificial textures and flower prints. We have always liked the more feminine style. You can never do wrong with classical pieces as fur, small bags, waist belts and heels. And who could resist a perfect little black dress?

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

Today I’m here selling clothes with two of my friends and we have all gone for the over-the-top glamour look. Although I wouldn’t wear these clothes on everyday basis, I do like everything shiny and glittery and retro clothing is a big hit this season. Another thing I love is wearing heels.

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

You always have to have something intensive and interesting and then you can combine it with basic pieces. This season Monton carries a great collection of bright colours and I got this dress from there. When you are young, you should experiment with your clothes and with your hairstyle. This cut is great, because it is sleek and bit rebellious at the same time.

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

Details play a big role in my clothing. Clothes can be the same, but details will reinvent the whole look. As I’m active in fashion business, I pay attention on what is going on in the fashion world. There are many stylish people in EKA (Estonian Academy of Arts), but when you go outside Tallinn, you rarely find someone fashionable.

Cosmopolitan’s Glamour Fair (Cosmo glämmilaat)

Younger people put more effort into their appearance and look better, but the older generation here does everything to remain “invisible” and boring. I don’t think high fashion affects my own style, but if I have to name any favourites then Viktor&Rolf. My favourite Estonian designer is Ivo Nikkolo.

Müürivahe str, Tallinn

Practical aspect of clothing can never be overestimated. I don’t care much about brand-names and the same goes for magazines. I like reading them, when I’m at hairdressers, but I don’t have any favourites. Although I want to feel comfortable, I’m a big fan of different heels.

Friday, October 12, 2007

EKA, Tallinn

I prefer to feel comfortable in my skin and in my clothes, but this could actually mean the opposite. I feel better in skinny clothes. These are very often as rather uncomfortable, but not by me. Otherwise I’m spontaneous when it comes to fashion. Everything around us is evolving, you cannot say that fashion here in Tallinn doesn’t improve – even that chav there has a new Nike sweats...

FIBIT at Viru Centre, Tallinn

Black always looks good! When I go out I prefer more feminine pieces, but in the mornings and when I’m home I wear oversized t-shirts. I tend to prefer more expensive pieces, because they won’t lose their value and have a better quality. One of my favourites is this Gucci bag I’m carrying. You can get clothes from Estonia, but for shoes I always go abroad.

FIBIT at Viru Centre, Tallinn

People, wear more bold colours and this season mainly in blocks. One thing I’ve been longing after is Burberry’s belt that has been combined out of 3 similar ones. I know that all the high-street shops in London have already copied them, but it takes a while when they are big in Tallinn. My other favourites definitely include Alexander Mcqueen and Vivienne Westwood.

FIBIT at Viru Centre, Tallinn

I’m a model so I’m lucky enough to travel a lot and through that explore different styles. I just got back from Hong Kong. Skinny jeans are a big hit everywhere, but it is weird how there most of the people wear them with chic shoes, while here it is more about sneakers. One of my favourite places to shop at is Topshop – clothes are great and cheap, what more could you want! My local big love is Tanel Veenre. PS wearing this hairstyle is not my choice, it is for the show.

FIBIT at Viru Centre, Tallinn

Details play the biggest part in my wardrobe and creations. I usually see something I like and then I add something to it and in the end it turns out completely different. People need to be more open-minded when it comes to fashion and not care about what others think, because when you do, you won’t create anything new.

FIBIT at Viru Centre, Tallinn

I really admire Coco Chanel as a person. Her style was very simple yet more than chic. At the moment I’m a big fan of reserved and smart clothes and playing with different combinations of black and white. This season I like the trend of wide-legged trousers and I’m trying to find perfect ones for myself.

Viru Centre, Tallinn

I’m honest, I don’t really follow high fashion and don’t care much about the creations of Estonian designers. I prefer clothes that are more accessible and I do a lot of shopping at second-hands. When I go abroad I also go to H&M, but I don’t want to have one in Tallinn. Many people already shop there, but then everyone would.