“Daniel Lismore is a London based artist, designer, celebrity stylist, writer and campaigner. He has been named by British Vogue as England’s most outrageous dresser and is known for his elaborate and extravagant ensembles that brilliantly combine haute couture with his own designs created out of vintage fabrics, found objects, chain mail, ethnic jewellery, millinery and more in an expression of eccentric creative energy. The exhibition, Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken was co-curated and first shown by SCAD FASH Museum of fashion + Film in Atlanta in 2016. It offers an immersion into Lismore’s unique sartorial point of view – living as art.  Inspired since childhood by the Terracotta Army, Lismore has created life-size sculptural warriors – each wearing an ensemble worn by the artist at a key point in his life, each a reflection of his multidimensional identity, together an army forming a tapestry of his journey to his true self.”


Me and my mom went to this show the other day, it was really really interesting and we even had the pleasure of meeting Daniel himself and hear a few stories from him. The show goes on until the 30th of June and I totally recommend checking it out ! Also love the exhibition name – Be Yourself, everyone else is already taken

Tickets here 

x hilrag.




I bought this set from Six Ámes in GK Reykjavík the other day.

I’ve been on the hunt for some sort of set for a while and stumble across this in their store.
It can be dressed up with heels and statement jewellery, laid back look with some sneakers or loafers and super nice to be worn separately.

I might be saving it for the wedding of the year but I’m not sure If I can wait long enough not to wear it and if I think its fancy enough. What do you guys think? A-OK for a wedding party outfit or too chilled?

x hilrag.




Here are my most used and favourite skincare products.
(beside my fav face masks – see my fav here!)
Body lotion : Elizabeth Arden green tea honey drop body cream
Face cream : Skyn Iceland  & Origins 
Eye creams : Pep-start from Clinique & Enchanted from Lush 
Facial sprays : Origins & Mario Badescu
Facial cleanser : Enzyme Cleansing gel from Mario Badescu
Extra pick me up : Skyn Iceland eye gels
SOS : Origins super spot remover

I’m always super interested in skincare products and routines would love to hear if you feel like there are some out there that I H A V E to try…Pls comment below ♡

x hilrag.

PS. Just to be clear none of these products were given to me and this is not a sponsored post (but how effin’ sweet would that be? Holla at ya girl! LOL) 




I’ve been doing this thing for a some months now (with some pauses tho I will admit) and I really like it. Its a perfect way to unwind after the day and going to bed with a proud and thankful heart. I write in my notebook every night :

Three things I did well that day

Three things I am thankful for 

And it can be anything you can think of (I have seriously written “Had fish for dinner” and “Said how I was feeling towards something” and everything in between) We tend to focus on the things we didn’t manage to do and what went wrong, instead of focusing on the things that went well that day (no matter how small they are)

As for the things we are thankful for, it can be anything you can think of, instead of focusing on what you don’t have rather focusing on what we have to be thankful for.

Hopefully some of you will try this exercise.. It doesn’t have to be in a notebook, but I personally prefer the notebook instead of the phone (also better for your sleep!)

If you like these kind of “personal motivational posts” pls click on ♡ the below

Happy Monday

x hilrag.





Came across this editorial from ELLE Australia June issue shot by Christopher Ferguson.
L o v e the colours in this and the PJ’s vibe mixed with statement jewellery

Happy Sunday

x hilrag.


Fashion Stylist: Rachel Wayman.
Hair Stylist: Michele McQuillan.
Makeup Artist: Victoria Baron
Model: Zoe Barnard.