Mayflower

Mayflower

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Inhale

Just the fact that this movie takes place in Mexico, was already a go for me. Diane Kruger was just a pleasant bonus for me! I didn't hear about this movie beforehand, but it's definitely one to watch. Hopefully this movie will sensibilize people all over the world about a very serious and horrible problem of third world countries: organ trafficking. The best part of the movie? No, not Mexico. But the powerful message: you always have a choice and every life has the same value.


Sunday, June 21, 2015

Into the wild

Some movies are so magical and at the same time realistic, that you'll remember them forever. Into the wild is that kind of movie. So pure, so simple, yet so touching. And the greatest thing of all, is that this movie is based on a true story. I admit, I would never be this brave to go on that kind of adventure...


Saturday, June 13, 2015

Frida Kahlo

To anybody who knows me, my passion for everything Mexican doesn't come as a surprise. Since I lived there a couple of years ago, I'm obsessed with the colorful Mexican culture. And Frida Kahlo has become a personal muse of mine. I've always wanted some professional photos taken of me, but I didn't wanted it to be some lame studio photos. When I secretly told my friend Ana that I wanted a Frida inspired shoot in my favorite city Bruges, she was as enthusiastic as I and we got to work! I got the honor to work with not only one, but two incredibly gifted photographers. I'm also happy that I can call these beautiful Mexicans my dear friends. They made me feel like a Mexican princess and I'm going to cherish these photos forever and ever. Thank you Ana and Tati ♥ And ofcourse a big shoutout to Karla for the breathtaking make up. When can we do another shoot? :)



































Clothes & jewelry : Mexico
Arty oval Ring YSL
Photo credits: Ana García // Tati

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Pocahontas

I don't know why, but it seems that I'm the only one of my generation who thinks that Pocahontas is one of the best Disney movies of all time. Whenever we talk about Disney and I tell that Pocahontas is my favorite (together with The Lion King), they tell me that they didn't like it all. What can I say, I was already intrigued by indigenous culture from an early age: living in harmony with the nature (and animals) has always be one of my priorities, I try to respect, care and value Mother Nature at all times.This and the fact that my great grandfather was an indian from North America, made Pocahontas my idol when I was little.

P.S. I still get goosebumps when I listen to Colors of the Wind... ♥



Friday, May 1, 2015

Frozen

Let it go, let it goooooo! Disney did it again! Is it normal that I still sing alone and cry while watching Disney movies? Bueno, I honestly don't care, because I'm in love with Frozen! Disney does moral lessons best! A guy that wants to marry you after knowing you only 3 hours? What a creep! And what about true love? You always have to put family first!

Frozen is just a must see for everybody between 0-150 years old, seriously! And I don't know about you guys, but I'm in love with Olaf ♥



Monday, April 27, 2015

Robin Hood

I've always been intrigued by the legend of Robin Hood: first by Disney, later on by Robin Hood, prince of thieves with Kevin Costner. And more recently, I fell in love with the newest Robin Hood movie. I like the fact that this movie is very realistic, and less "romantic adventure movie". And ofcourse the fact that two of my favorite actors of all time, Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett, play Robin and Marion is a big plus. It's once again proven : Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe are a golden team!



I am just so obsessed with Cate Blanchett. Blonde or brown, with or without make up, young or aging gracefully... She seems always so charismatic and regal to me ♥









Sunday, April 26, 2015

Eragon

By now you all know that I'm a sucker for anything fantasy. So when I found out that they would broadcast Eragon, I made it a movie night. Eragon is almost ten years old, but it doesn't show. The movie is (like always) about the battle between good and evil. And about dragons. Who knew that baby dragons could be so cute?! Now I want one myself haha. It's a pity that they didn't film the other books of the Eragon trilogy. I guess I just have to read the books then!