Sandra is back on our blog! As a true MCM lover you probably know this lovely Mademoiselle from Zurich, her awesome smile and her unique style. She hosted our MCM opening in Zurich and she's got a true passion-for-fashion and for MCM: the founder of Sandra's Closet studied fashion design and also worked as an editor for Marie Claire magazine, she's a stylist, and one of Switzerland's top-bloggers!
Her baby: Sandra's Closet is one of Suisse's top addresses and her sense of fashion is pretty awesome. The self-made fashionista, Sandra is "constantly editing and looking for the perfect pieces, picking out the most important accessories and clothing."
Vist her site, Sandra's Closet, to get insider tips, MCM news, a little fashion history and most important be up-to-date. (You might even find some finds before they appear in the fashion mags and hit the stores!)
On the other side, and that is most important for true blogger fans, you will get an insight into Sandra's personal styling ideas with vintage and new pieces, and of course meet new designers.
Take a closer look - it's worth it!
For our latest project Sandra and us from This is Jane Wayne have been asked to switch the cities:
The mission: Discover the other city and discover five different spots recommended by the local blogger.
Let's start with Sandra! Nike and I recommended to visit the following spots and Sandra did a great job discovering all those places. Let's take a closer look and read Sandra's thoughts during the trip:
#1 THE KURFURSTENDAMM
Known locally as the Ku’damm, one of the most famous avenues in the city is home to many shops, such as the MCM boutique, hotels and restaurants. It’s often considered the Champs-Elysees of Berlin.
#2 DAS STUE
Located right next to the Tiergarten (central park of Berlin), the stylish design hotel Das Stue offers all the comforts of a quiet urban refuge within the heart of Berlin.
#3 CAFE AM NEUEN SEE
Christoph and I had a fabulous lunch at this fun place outside in the garden area with waiter service (there is also a self-service beer garden part directly by the lake) and planned the rest of our shoot. I had a piece of very yummy cheesecake (German cheesecake is the best) that went so fast I forgot to take a picture. #4 SIEGESSAULE
Berlin’s “Victory Column” is a famous monument and probably one of the best known symbols of the city. The “Golden Lizzie,” as it is known in local slang, was originally built around 1864 to celebrate Prussia’s victory in the German-Danish war.
#5 BRANDENBURGER TOR
Located at the heart of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate is standing at the western end of the avenue Unter den Linden. It has been a symbol for both, the divided Cold War city and the country’s reunification. Today, it is one of the metropole’s most-visited landmarks.