The Fashion Bandit went to London Fashion Week and had an absolutely wonnnnderful time. Fantastic shows with brilliant and inspiring design and not least innovative street fashion everywhere – and it was fun to experience how Londoners and particularly the photographers seemed to love The Fashion Bandit’s style: they came running, demanded poses and snapped away left right and centre. It always feels great to be appreciated, doesn’t it? 😀
So now the party’s over and it’s back to normal – hence the slightly black mood… 😉
This photo is by the newest member of the Photo Bandits; the talented Antara Roychowdhury , originally from India, but now resident in Norway. Expect more great stuff from Antara! 😀
It’s fashion week time all over the world these coming weeks, which involves a lot of posing for all fashionistas. Now – no one wants to look wooden and uncomfortable in front of all those flashing cameras, so how to relax and be comfortable on the red carpet if it’s your first time? Well – learn from the highly experienced Fashion Bandit! 😀 Only… if you want the 100% blasé look of the fashion world, I’m afraid you’ll have to sort that one out yourself – or even better: consult the Fashion Police! 😀 😀
Sunglasses from Norwegian designer brand Mokki. Jacket and shorts: H&M. Running belt by Adidas. Star Wars bag by The Fashion Bandit.
Let this much be clear – there is no stopping a determined Bandit – be that a Fashion Bandit or an Arctic Bandit, on a tricycle or a racing bike. Bandits are mighty. It’s all in the mind, you know… 😉
Cycling wear by Northern Norwegian brand Zu4’r www.zu4r.no Tricycle: Mongoose. Bike: GT. Training gloves: Reebok. Cycling shoes: Shimano.
And did you think this photo was shot in winter? Oooooh nooooo, my friend…The Fashion Bandit left sunny Oslo and 28 degrees and blazing sun, went up to visit The Arctic Division, consisting of Arctic (Cycling) Bandit Sindre Solvin and Arctic Photo Bandit Kjetil Janson – and these were the conditions that met her. This is end of May in Narvik, Norway, in mighty 3 degrees and not a green bud in sight…that’s life above the Arctic Circle for ya! 😉 .