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Next Is Now

Copenhagen Fashion Week is just around the corner and that means taking a lot of pictures. I’d rather not drag my huge camera around all day, so I need to be able to use the camera in my phone. That being said, I have been thinking about giving the new Samsung Galaxy S6 a try. First of all it looks great (you all know I would choose the black one), but besides being chic, it has a lot of great features. 

It has enhanced battery life which is crucial when you are constantly on the move. Just 10 minutes of ‘Fast Charge’ will give you up to four hours usage. And super convenient it has built in wireless charging - simply pop your Galaxy S6 edge onto a charging pad. For the upcoming shows, I need to be snappy with the camera, and the Galaxy has Quick Launch that can launch the camera in just 0,7 seconds (and it has “two” cameras 16 mp back and 5 mp front). The body is aluminium and the glass is Gorilla Glass 4 - the most durable glass on any smartphone - not bad. Be sure to follow on Instagram - not only for Fashion Week, but this week I will, in collaboration with Samsung, show you three of my favourite spots in Copenhagen. See you on Instagram @m_nouvelle

The pictures are from last season, where I met Daiane Conterato backstage at the Sand show. See more about the Galaxy S6 here.

In collaboration with Samsung

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Monday Mood

As I told you last week I’m fixing my apartment these days, so this Monday the mood board is all about interior. Gimme! The mirror from Studiopepe for Menu and the Tip of The Tongue table lamp from Michael Anastassiades are on top of my list. Enjoy your Monday. 

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Aoiro // Fragrance Cards

A fragrant travel companion as they describe it - the honeycomb card delivers a light scent to your everyday life - whether you use it in your suitcase, your wardrobe or in your handbag. Aoiro is the Japanes word for “the colour blue” and behind Aoiro you find Japanes scent designer Shizuko Yoshikuni and Austrian communication designer Manuel Kuschnig, based in Berlin and Tokyo. They have created Colors Japonica - a series inspired by the delicate and graceful feeling of traditional Japanese colours and expressed into the four scents, Yanagi Iro, Daidai Iro, Sora Iro and Kohaku Iro. All created from 100 % natural and pure essences and absolutes - carefully distilled and extracted from flowers, woods, citruses and spices. The fragrance cards are individually infused with fragrance and comes in a smart resealable bag. I will try with one in my bedroom and wake up to the scent of Yanagi Iro tomorrow - the colours of serenity. A balancing, lively and harmonious scent made of sophisticated green notes of petitgrain, ylang ylang, ginger, grapefruit, sark and West Indian sandalwood. More on Aoiro here

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Studio Vit // Cone Lights

I’m spending most of my summer holiday re-decorating my home and besides painting, it means dreaming of new interior. I just had my floors fixed, next up is painting the kitchen and this is the light I want to hang when I’m done. The Cone Light from Studio Vit. A cone in matt white metal and a sphere in handblown glass. Minimal and stunning right? More Studio Vit here

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