FASHION I LIVE IN

Blogger’s day-to-day fashion shopping, style, life and travel

Jeffrey Campbell outfit inspirations

Jeffrey Campbell shoes are always a challenge to style. The geometrically cut and sculptured wooden wedges make the designer’s creations some of the most appealing “it” items of every season. This is my favourite pair of Jeffrey Campbells. It’s an A/W 2010-11 for Office Shoes, still it’s typical of the designer’s signature style. Thanks to the added volume at the…

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An exciting 2 days of events in CHORA Arts Space

One of the most memorable moments of this summer was the 2 days of events I organised in a very special venue near my hometown, Lamia, Greece. CHORA Arts’ Space is a private estate in the middle of the countryside in Central Greece, where the owner, Makis Georgiou, a person with a deep understanding of every form of art and artistic…

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PaulaTrendsets to be re-launched

For those of you who wonder why there have not been updates on the blog since the 6th March, and even for those who don’t, I have to announce that PaulaTrendsets is going under a spectacular re-launch and that has kept us quite busy during the past few weeks. The new website will soon be available under the same domain name www.PaulaTrendsets.com.…

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Starting 2011 with the best of 2010

A few weeks before the S/S 2011 collections hit the stores and the A/W 2011-12 Fashion Weeks begin, through an exclusive series of articles I’ll be guiding you through the best fashion or fashion related events I attended in 2010 and haven’t still been presented on PaulaTrendsets. I’ll soon be uploading my trendspotting column from Madame Figaro Cyprus as well. From catwalk shows to book-signings, stay tuned…

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May I introduce myself…

“Paula Trendsets” blog is a long time dream come true. My name is Paula Tsoni and I have been working in Greek and Cypriot media since 2005. Starting my career as a cinema and theatre cultural editor for the Greek web portal www.enjoy.gr, I’d never imagined becoming a journalist would actually be a far more fascinating profession than I had…

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