Stylish style guide


In the last issue of Vogue I found a nice term


* a pinch of opulence *


And immediately I saw in my mind the new The Morris porcelain lines .

The Morris in blue

Today the color blue - dedicated to an elegant woman, who (-n) in one word describes - the unexpected.


How do you recognize such a woman, a customer, a partner - when the male world comes to you to buy?

They recognize their casual elegance, their vivacious walk, their surprising sense of humor. So extroverted and spontaneous, she brings her personality to bear with power and momentum but without aggressiveness.

Spontaneous, dazzling, always disarming, she is the personified charm. She takes life with humor, can laugh about a lot, even about herself.

Bold and changeable, she loves daring play of colors, surprising contrasts, skillful still-breaks, unusual compositions.

She is mobile, ultra active and lives today! She prefers fashion, and is interested in everything current, original and versatile. Her interests stroll from the film - Oscar crowned to music - Grammy suspects, modern art that has just been issued to literature - failed and very in vogue ...

This woman can be found at a premiere in the theater, in the Kunsthalle, as well as ....

She loves champagne because she is sparkling and bubbling like herself, good restaurants and also bistros ... an environment of carefree cheerfulness that she needs to develop her personality.

What fits your best? What can man (s) enjoy? Which color emphasizes your uniqueness?



The Morris in blue - for example TwinTassen - 2 cups 2 saucers, 2 porcelain spoons. This color variant undoubtedly crowns the desk in the office.

The single cups - XL - for the coffee in bed - a must in the morning or jasmine tea in the evening from the cup with a strainer ... in the other hand a novel as a book .... But not as Kindl edition.

DAS - does not fit with her!


.. on my desk is also the Morris in blue ... I wear "Rive Gauche" by Yves St.Laurent ... as I have already mentioned - a pinch of opulence ...



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