Our summer house in Sweden is literally heaven on Earth for us. The house is not fancy nor big, but to us nothing could be more luxurious! We all become the best versions of ourselves here. I think this might be because of the incredible “energy” in the surroundings.
Right outside our door the most beautiful flowers grow. I am just blown away with the beauty and diversity of nature. It is truly perfection – and for free!
I think the oak tree that grows beside the house proves that there is something unusual with the energy of this place. Not every acorn becomes a tree of this magnitude. The girls named the tree Albus. Last summer we had this amazing treehouse built for our girls.
They love to have dinner in Albus. See Margaux on the ladder? And the basket on the left? The girls use it as an “elevator” for food.
The girls cousins from Norway came to visit.
Although we are in our country house things have been kind of hectic since we got to Sweden, with practical things that needs sorting, such as renewing Passports etc. Therefore I didn’t have time to go check out my own exhibition at the restaurant Gnesta Strand until the other day.
Gnesta Strand is very well worth a visit, with or without my photos. The girls and I had a lovely lunch on the terrass overlooking the lake.
A few weeks ago we welcomed famous Chinese actress, Bea Hayden and Modern Fashion Lifestyle Channel to the Bag-all store on Mott Street.
Bea was documenting one of her days in New York and ended up finding some favorite bags, which she aslo monogrammed with her name.
They filmed their visit and if you speak Chinese, you can watch the full video here.
Thank you for visiting Bea, you are welcome back any time!
Finally! Its time to start packing away your gloves and beanies and start unpacking your caps and t-shirts.
Protect your leather gloves from dust, scratches and excess moisture by storing them in our new Gloves organizing bag.
To all our Japanese followers, here is an interview with founder and owner Jennifer that was made by Ships Magazine during her trip to Japan. Ships sells a selected range of Bag-alls items in stores around the country.
To read the full interview and see more images, click here