Hehey, you seem to have formed an attachment to Scandinavia, Stockholm especially. Coming from a nearby Estonia, I could not agree more. You should visit our Tallinn some time, a boat trip away from Stockholm. We have not become as endearing and amazing as the rest of the capitals in the region but I’m sure you’d like it here. It’s fresher and we have some gorgeous women here (men are a whole other issue..). Anyhow, lots of new discoveries this time around this part of the world. And I must say your pictures are becoming better technically speaking. Love your blog.
I am sure you will not go on vacation without your camera… and you will bring us inspiring pictures from wherever you go. When you are in Stockholm, look for a small men’s clothing shop in Gamla Stan in Vasterlanggatan, run by a Sicilian guy called Gaetano Garofalo (hum, I used to go there back in 1996…).
WHAAAAAAT!!!…days without the SART…what are design hungry eyes to do in the meantime…seriously though…have a great break…sure you will think of or spot some fresh ideas to share with us when you are back…
jeans and t-shirting it for the next few days in TO…
Nice to have you coming to Stockholm(my hometown!)… Hope you can find some cool styles and nice people among us swedes… I would recomend you to meet Musse Hasselvall, swedens most interesting and stylish media-profile. He has fought in BJJ(brazilian ju-jutsu) but is a very down to earth friendly guy with a great sense for fashion!
If you realy want to relax, you should go up to “The high coast” when you go to Stockholm next week. It takes about four hours with train to get there, but it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world, I think. You may not find so many stylish people here, but the nature will compensate that. ;) (and it would be interesting to see if you actually could find some material for this blog here, and what it then would look like)
This is actually my first ever comment on Sart, but i’ve been around for a while!
ENJOY your holiday(!), it’s nice to know that you’re coming to Stockholm, where I actually live :)
I really look forward to see your photos! Don’t think too much about the weather though, it was alot warmer some weeks ago.
On a warm, sunny day, i’d recommend you to hunt for some good shots around Gamla Stan, or even better, south of Gamla Stan, maybe at Medborgarplatsen or in the close vicinity. You can still try your luck there though, even if it’s not warm outside. :)