Hellow from London! On Thursday I flew to this metropolis that I would like to call home one day. Swatch invited me to attend the launch of their new Skin collection and the #yourmove campaign. I had the best time with the Dutchies that went along on this trip. Thank you so much for having me Swatch team. You were an amazing host!
— Happy birthday Laris —
We got hours of free time before the Swatch event started. It was time to publish a new ambassador photo of Southern Comfort again and I couldn’t think of a better timing to cheers to Larissa’s birtday in London!!
— Sketch —
And the birthday celebration continues at a pink hotspot called Sketch that we all were dying to see. We had a tea and cake here, but we couldn’t sit at the pink room because it’s reservations only. So make sure to make your reservations if you come here.
Another reason why you should visit this place is the restroom. It’s literally from out of space. It’s such a fun experience to eat at Sketch.
address: 9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG
— Carlo Giordanetti —
In the afternoon there was some time scheduled to meet the Creative Director of Swatch, Carlo Giordanetti. You could clearly tell that Carlo is a man with passion by the way he was telling us about the designs of the new Skin collection, while we had a preview of the watches before the official launch.
He selected the black and white watch for me to finish my look for the night. Lucky me that we received that watch in a goodie bag at the end of the night :)
— Swatch bus —
Speaking of the coolest ride to the event. A Swatch London bus! Soooo awesome!
— OOTD —
top: Storm & Marie / pants: Mango / bag: Pinko / shoes: Zara
— Swatch #yourmove launch —
At 7.30PM it was finally time for the reveal. Everything was kept so secretive that it got me all curious. Well, the skin collection was launched spectacularly with an awesome dance performance. After the show there was still lots to do at the venue. Larissa and I even took over the stage at some point to dance away with the cool technology that mirrored our moves on the wall.