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Anastasia Masha

Well, hello there kids! We thought we could only write so much about drinking and handling a hangover (plus, we do provide a kit for the second) SO we will be spicing up your existence (hopefully weekly) with some pop culture-slash-opinion pieces. Or not. We just kind of going with the flow over here. If you are still reading, check out some things we love this spring below (wine & kittens did not make it on the list for the obvious reasons).

New Hangover Survivor Tee design

We are so excited to add the new designed Hangover Survivor t-Shirt to our online store! Thanks to a very talented, young photographer Federica, we also got some beautiful shots done for the spring! She has done work for media websites, magazines and brands like highnobietyGQ Italia and Le coq sportif just to mention a few. Our team for the shoot was squad goals! We will be sharing more images soon on our social media accounts (Instagram & Facebook), so keep an eye!  


This was the first time we picked up this publication and surprisingly it got our short attention spam until the last page. We immediately fell in love with the imagery, artists and poets that were featured, as well as bold articles on feminism and interviews with activists. An article on 'free the nipple' campaign founder Lina Esco is a must read.   

Olympia Le-Tan x Keith Haring

If we only had 1.500 euros to spare. Look it up. Cry.  

Lena Dunham

Although we religiously read Lenny Letter and binge watch Girls series as if it was Sex and The City, we were guilty on not picking up Lena Dunham's memoir 'Not That Kind Of Girl' until last week. And what a read that was! We laughed, we cried, we cried laughing. It felt as if we finally found a friend we could relate to. Her sober take on failing at adulthood and then finally succeeding is not only comforting to twenty-somethings, but also motivating-force-slash-magic-butt-kick we were so desperate for. 

Come back soon to see more things we love (or hate) next month! 

This blog post was written by Masha.