Hej! Are you tired of drinking tap water on hot days and want something way more refreshing and exciting but without alcohol? My family and I love making Virgin Hugos (non alcoholic) on such occasions…. Here’s the simple recipe: Recipe for Virgin Hugo: In each …
Author: Jenny Ivarsson
The winters in Scandinavia are long and dark, so the people there are naturally experts in creating cozy settings inside their homes with candles, mulled wine (Glögg) and other delicacies…
It is tradition to invite friends over for a cup of Glögg and some pepparkakor (Ginger Thin cookies). This is called “Glöggmingel”.
Do you want to try to make your own Glögg? It is easy! Here is a basic recipe (but I encourage you to experiment to find your own personal favourite):
1 bottle of red wine (low quality is fine)
1-2 sticks of cinnamon
around 15 cloves
some orange peel
5 cardamom pods
1 dl sugar (or more or less depending on your taste)
1 dl vodka (amount also up to you;-)
Heat all the ingredients but do not boil. Serve with flaked almond and raisins.
P:S: If you don’t like vodka you can use rum or cognac instead.
Hej! Today I’m very happy and excited to have my daily beauty routine featured on my beautiful Blogger friend Steffi Hidber’s Beauty Blog under: http://www.heypretty.ch/show-me-your-badezimmerschraenkli-jenny-ivarsson/ Here is a little teaser: I hope you will go and have a look at her blogpost 🙂 Ha en …
Hi everyone! A few weeks ago I was invited to an evening full of fun by BaByliss Switzerland (http://www.babyliss.ch) and Contcept PR (http://www.contcept.ch) IGers, bloggers and the press were shown the new Gold Ceramic products by BaByliss. We were kindly given the oval curling iron, …
On June 6th 2018, I organized a private tour of the Art exhibition “Fashion Drive” at Kunsthaus Zürich for my Instagram followers and friends.
It turned out to be a very interesting evening with much laughter and it was so wonderful to meet some more of my IG friends LIVE 🙂
Anna Buehler, who was our tour guide for the evening, informed us all about how fashion has evolved over the centuries and showed us examples of how this has been portrayed in art.
Jeanette, Nadia and Mira listening to Anna…
Jeanette and I enjoying the tour…
Some of the exhibits…
One of the sculptures from the regular museum stock fashionably dressed up for the exhibition…
This one, called “Metamorfosi” by Michelangelo Pistoletto, was of a more critical nature… We were reminded of Vivienne Westwood’s motto: “Buy less, choose well and make it last!”
Some examples of art on clothes by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood…
“Flow my tears I” by Mai-Thu Perret shows a copy of Elsa Schiaparelli’s skeleton dress made in collaboration with Salvador Dali. In the background the painting “La poudreuse” by Felix Vallotton.
Group Photo with fab friends 🙂
From left to right: Petra, Charlotte, Mira, Jeanette, Moi, Rosmarie, Nadia, Jeanette, Viola, Rahel and Tsitaliya.
After the exhibition we were kindly invited for drinks in Bombay Bird’s Showroom, so that we could get to know each other better and also had the possibility to view and buy beautiful earrings, scarfs and quilts…
A BIG Thank You to everyone who participated, Anna for the great tour and Lipika from Bombay Birds for having us over 🙂
If you too are interested in visiting the fascinating exhibition “Fashion Drive” at the Kunsthaus Zürich, it is on until July 15, 2018. See www.kunsthaus.ch
And if you are interested in the fabulous collection of Bombay Birds please visit www.bombaybirds.com
Have a wonderful day my friends!
Join me at the Kunsthaus Zürich on June 6th, 2018 for a Private Tour of the art exhibition ‘Fashion Drive. Extreme Mode in der Kunst’! For more information see www.kunsthaus.ch/fashion-drive Send me an email if you would like to join: Jenny@scandinavianstyleblog.ch Please Note: The …