Wednesday, 30 November 2011


Dear Santa Claus, this year I have been very good and kind to people and animals. Please make sure I’ll get what's on this list (in no specific order) You can choose from delivering it directly at my door, or send it with Fedex, etc

A     -A yearly membership at Klay’s gym in Paris (+ handsome P.T)
-          -A pair of Louboutins
-          -A tailormade Chanel dress
-          -A 3-4 weeks trip to Sydney, Bali and Bahamas.
-         --A 1 week skitrip to Verbier
-          -A vintage Rolex
-          -A personal assistant
-          -A house in the Southamptons
-         -An original Andy Warhol or Jackson Pollock painting (Francis Bacon is also acceptable)
-         -A racehorse (Should I ask The Aga Kahn rather than you for this Santa?)
-         -A pair of SL1200, A pair of CDJ 2000 and a Pioneer mixer.
-       -  -Membership in the Portofino Private Club
-       -  A bottle or two of 1945# Chateau Mouton-Rothschild Jeroboam
-         -A decent husband

            Special Wishlist II   (This is from one of my favorite songs, can you guess which one?)
        -Clothes by Balmain
        -Diamonds and Pearls (hair jewelry)
        -A fancy apartment on Boulevard St Michel
        -Rolling Stones Records
        -A painting from Picasso (preferably stolen)
        -A summer vacation to Juan Les Pins
        -A topless swimsuit
        -A skitrip to St Moritz
        -Napoleon Brandy
        -A Racehorse
        Thank you very much!

Sunday, 27 November 2011


My dear friend Mr K, me, Alex from WAD Magazine and his friend at the Nokia party at Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild the other night.

Lana del Rey performed. I love Lana del Rey. Me and Mr K was in front, just a couple of meters from the scene. The concert was magic, loved every second of it.
Lana said in an interview recently; "My goal is to be a good person who lives with dignity and grace"
I couldn't agree more. 

Friday, 25 November 2011


I am thinking about this thing about getting married, is it a good idea? 
Since I’m not married myself (and never have been) but was thinking of doing it soon (as soon as a find a appropriate husband:-) I decided to interview one of my best friends Rebecka who I’ve known for about 13 years about it. Rebecka lives in Stockholm, works as a lawyer and is happily married to her husband César, they have a little daughter together. 

L: -Hi Rebecka! You are 32 years old now, how long have you been married? 
R: I have to look on the inside of my ring… From june 3 2006 it says. More than five years.

L; Have you changed as a person after getting married? 

R: No

L: -How long into the relationship do you recommend one should get married? 
R: At least two years. 

L: -Do you find that most people around you are married or are planning on getting married soon?
R:  No, all of my friends get children unmarried. Very booring.

L: -Do you feel you have to take more responsibility or sacrifice more things as a married woman? 
R: No, why? The big difference is to have children, not to be married.

L: -What do you think  are  the biggest adventages and disadventages  of  being married, compared to not being married? 
R: I actually don't think that it is such a big difference. To live with someone in a serious relationship is almost the same thing. To live together with someone is a big step from just dating. And to have children together is a big step from just living together. Marriage for me is more about legal matters it does not change that much. Advantages are that you own everything together and that the child automatically is registered as a child of both the parents. Disadvantages could be that if the child has a different father you have a problem… If you want to get divorced and did not sign prenuptial agreement it could be either an advantage or a disadvantage.

L: -Do you feel that people have more respect for you when they see you have a ring on your finger? Does that give you some kind of extra authority? 
R: Maybe. People usually think that I'm younger than I am. In my occupation thats not a good thing. With the ring I probably look a bit older and more serious.

L: -Where do you think is the best place to find a husband or wife our age? 
R: Usually someone you already know. Otherwise through other married friends or unmarried couples. I don't think you find a husband in the bar at 3 am… Maybe the internet. (I have no experience from that.)

L: -Would you recommend people to get married? 
R: Definitely. If not for other reasons to have a party. As a lawyer I do think it is important to think about what you bring into the marriage and maybe draw a prenuptial agreement.

L: -Do you ever think I will get married and in that case when? 
R: Why not! When you meet the right guy. And when you feel ready to commit. 

Thanks for your thoughtful words Rebecka!

Monday, 21 November 2011


If there's anything I hate more than mondays in november, that would be mondays in december, or mondays in january. The winter is so not my cup of tea. I am not a fan of christmas, hate the cold and the dark, and can't stand seeing christmas decorations (more than a couple of days before the actual date.) 
I wish I could take a remote control and just fast- forward me through these months of pure suffering. 
This is one of my favorite coffee cups I use for my café latte in the morning. I try hard to concentrate on what's written on it and to stop wishing I was on a beach in Bahamas all the time...

Sunday, 20 November 2011


Night On Earth -Jim Jarmusch
End of November. 
I do rarely feel like going out to party's this time of the year.
What I feel like is to stay at home, inside, to light my diptyque candles, make myself a cup of tea with ginger and sit in the sofa and watch cosy and dreamy movies.
I discovered Jim Jarmusch already when I was around 18. Have seen almost all of his movies already, but this one I had forget about somehow. Saw it again the other night and I really love it.
I recommend all of you to watch it. The feeling, the music and the atmosphere in this film really suits this time of the year I think...

Thursday, 17 November 2011


(A house in London, we didn't almost take any pics unfortunately)

With risk of repeating myself, I must say I love London. I love it cause I'm not bored of it yet. Still so much to see and to discover. I love strolling around in Chelsea a sunny afternoon, take a coffee or have lunch at Saatchi Gallery while looking at the garden in front where the sun sends it's last rays on the autumn leaves in the large trees outside. Having a look around in the stores, being greeted with "Hello luv" when I ask for directions from polite gentlemen dressed in brown corduroy suits and a briefcase strolling down the street on their way back from lunch break. I love the British accent and how they forcefully pronounce words like "utterly disgusting" (makes me laugh.)
Me and my friend Nanna who came over from Stockholm spent last weekend here together which was absolutely great. On thursday night we went to the ECC in Chinatown where we had cocktails before we took a "rickshaw" to go to the newly opened Le Baron London. The rickshaws in London are like three times more expensive than a normal taxi, so it's not really to recommend. Me and Nanna sang loudly to the rickshaw driver : "Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open rickshaw, hey" over and over again, while I filmed us with my iphone, I am sure he appreciated it.  At Le Baron it was my friend Chi's birthday, she was happy and dressed in a lovely black velvet dress. We went downstairs and sat in some sort of VIP corner where a lady with a little red hat served us champagne all night long. . .
The next day we went for dinner in Notting Hill with our friend Greg and Nanna's friend from N.Y and his friend, was nice. After that we went to Morton's, some private members club where there was a birthday party for someone, (don't remember who) met a couple of London people I knew since before and after that we went to some other bars & ECC (again) where we ran into the nice french guys who owns it and who we talked with for a while, they offered us some really nice and spicy cocktails, a pity I can't remember which..
On saturday we walked around in South Ken almost all day, trying to find Harrods. Do I need to say we never found it ;-) After having an incredible long and anxious taxi ride with a retarded driver who thought we were from Finland. (I confirmed by lack of patience talking to the guy.) He went on and told us the only word he knew in finnish was "moj" and insisted that I explained what it meant. We told him it meant "we like it when people are quiet" which he didn't get, so then I changed it to mean "Hello" simply. I still don't know what it really mean. That night we had dinner at a nice restaurant with a large group of people from Southampton (N.Y) who now lived in London. It was Nanna's friend A, his friends Alex and "Cashmere", Fiona who was married to a guy (who sat next to me) and who was so obviously gay it was a joke. Fiona's diamond on her left ring finger had the size of a small birds egg, (maybe to compensate the fact that her husband was secretly gay.)Then there were some other guys and girls I can't remember the names of. Me and Nanna had fixed us up on 'The Box' guest list later, but that wasn't necessary since A knew everyone and we just walked in. We were hanging out in the back at the bar and the show was amazing. I loved all of it, the extremely talanted human beatbox guy was really good. Afterwards the best female dj I've seen in my entire life took over. Dj Kayper. A tiny Indian girl, much smaller than me who was just the most incredible dj ever. She was mixing, scratching, never still for a second, her playlist was amazing, her dj technique was something I've never seen before. I was impressed. I stood and stared at her for minutes before I took her number and said I wanted to book her in Paris. Do I have to say I loved The Box? Best club I've been to for years. In the end we went up to some vip room upstairs where one of the girls and guys in our group danced so much they fell down, (unluckily so bad they had to call an ambulance) I heard it looked extremely funny though, when they fell.
The dj's upstairs invited me to an after party with them. I didn't go. I met someone I knew on the dance floor and we went for night food around the corner instead. When I later looked at my pic's in my iphone from this night after The Box I am wearing a tall police man's hat on the photos, don't ask me how and why, cause I don't have any explanation :)
To be continued...

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Sunday, 6 November 2011


Cold and dark november, last year this time I went to London a long week end to visit a friend and that was great, we went to Tate, dinners and party's  and had a really great time (you might have read about it on my blog) This november me and a girlfriend who lives in Stockholm decided to do the same thing, there is nothing better than to leave Paris and take the Eurostar over the channel to my beloved London from time to time!
I'm looking forward....