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Turkish Breakfast: Van Kahvaltı Evi

A beautiful Turkish breakfast at Van Kahvalti Evi followed by fresh pomegranate juice in Cihangir. I’m still ever so in love with Istanbul.

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photos by De Quelle Planète Es-Tu?

Cleopatra’s Bling Look Book Spring/Summer 2013

Last weekend I created the special Look Book for the current and upcoming collection for Cleopatra’s Bling. It’s for the dreamers, lovers and seekers.

For more like our page here and follow our adventures.

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Photography by Kevin Stramp.
Model Clara Duval.
Styling and arts direction Olivia Cummings.

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I love you still, Istanbul

It’s been three months since my love for Istanbul flourished and it’s safe to say that it hasn’t faded. We came for a two-night weekend getaway and it did so much good to get away from Paris for a few days.

Home-made olives and Turkish cheese.

Our wonderful friend.

Two of the lovliest people in Istanbul. They have such warm hearts.

Emrah is quite the chef. He made these incredible potato balls with lots of herbs and dill.

A new friend. In a cat hat.

After a bit too much wine!

Polaroids and Turkish tea.

At one of the best cafés in Istanbul: mavra galata.

Istanbul I’ll be back soon, I promise.

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The Beginnings of Cleopatra’s Bling.

I am thrilled to announce the birth of Cleopatra’s Bling.  For a while now I have been thinking about bringing together the best of all my traveling and the beauties of the places I visit in starting a small online e-boutique.

I can now offer you the best of these worlds; jewelry inspired by the gorgeous women in Turkey and India.

All my pieces come from the local artisans. I have met the families that craft these pieces, they are all unique, thought up by the locals. I have seen them make the pieces, and there are no underpaid workers involved, they are families.

Here are a few examples of what I sourced on my last trip to Istanbul.

For all details and the whole collection, click here and here and here.

Oh, and to help me get started feel free to share my links with your friends and loved ones ♥

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