On My Own

|| Shirt: Vanishing Elephant| Chinos: Vanishing Elephant | Shoes: Vanishing Elephant | Watch: Daniel Wellington ||


Today I show you a very relaxed look I wore when I got back to Frankfurt from my life in Australia.
I took the chance to colaborate with the Australian brand Vanishing Elephant.
They used to create unique colourful pieces as well as classic ones.

As you know me I took some classics.
Being comfortable with the combination of a minimal white button-down shirt, some kaki Chinos, which are btw the most comfortable ones I ever wore and creme desert boots. A simple biker leather jacket rounds it all up. A easy cross over look.

Courtesy by Vanishing Elephant



This time I try to take you on the journey with me to the Blue Mountains National Park in New South Wales, Australia. We took the chance to spent our weekend there, and drove from Sydney to Katoomba.
2 days, 29 kilometers afoot and a bunch of breathtaking views in the beautiful nature of this National Park. Friends from France, Sweden and Germany and the unique vicinity have made this weekend trip a very good one.

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| Bomber Jacket: Reiss Hardcourt | T-Shirt: Reiss Dazzler | Watch: Daniel Wellington St. Andrews|


Hello Folks,

today I want to talk you through my second outfit I created for Reiss within the scope of my roadtrip up the Australian East Coast.
I always try to keep my outfit very simple and straight as you may know me and so I did.

Setting up my Reiss bomber jacket and T-shirt with a simple black on brown, desert boots jeans combination.

This time we shooted the look on top of the highest hill at Byron Bay, at it’s beacon. From this location, which is btw the easternmost point Australias,one has the most stunning view ever if you visit it during golden hour.

Byron is in my opinion one of the coolest little cities on the East Coast. You got a big beach which is not so crowded, a little dreamy dowtown with several small pubs, cool people and ingenious music all over the place when it comes to Indie Rock / Reggae. And if you are lucky you may get the chance to listen to Sticky Fingers, one of the most awesome bands ever who are recording in Byron Bay most of their songs.

So keep up and join me on the rest of my journey on the Australian East Coast and stay tuned for hopefully amazing photos.

X Marvin

Courtesy of Reiss Fashion

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Wearing || Reiss Talbot Cotton Mac | Reiss Zoot Double Monk Straps ||


This time I have the pleasure to work with Reiss, one of my favourite British brands.
Together with Reiss Fashion I try to give you some impressions on how beautiful life in Sydney can be.

Always nice to take a stroll on George Street even on a gloomy day.

The next stop is Newtown, which is in my eyes the most beautiful and special borough of Sydney with its small streets full of graffity and the 1970 look that takes place on nearly every spot there.

If you are looking for a place to withdraw back into oneself you defiently go right with having a moment at Homebush Bay located around 40 minutes from the city centre.

Back in the city one of the many flea markets, like the Paddington, the Glebe or Fishmarket is a must see.

Another very old fashioned but spectacular sight is the arcade called “The Strand” based on George Street.
Perfect to have a good coffee in a very moody location.

Outfitshots by Maurine Toussaint

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Life as a Sydneysider Part I

Now time is on to give you guys some impressions on how life in Sydney can be after more than two months of unique days with things such as delicious food, nice weather and cool people.

Sydney has a lot to offer even at first sight, from visiting the Operahouse, which is just a three minute walk from my school btw, to the beautiful view on the Harbour Bridge on a sunny day.
Furthermore you have lots and lots of wonderful beaches such as Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte or Coogee, just to name a few to take a surf or just to take some time off.

The mixture of breathtaking ocean views, nice beach days and the big city life is unique.
Taking an afterschool surf, having a barbe (barbeceau) and finally partying all night in Darling Harbour or in one of the gorgeous small pubs in Sydneys suburbs (Newtown,Bondi,Paddington or Surry Hills).
Thats how life should be like.

There a also many different museums for those who are interrested in art. A very special exhibition is the so called “Sculptures By The Sea”, where local artists present their art at the very moody coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee.

This city has definetly something to offer for everyone.

Stay tuned for the next part of my Australian adventure.

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Hong Kong Part II





The first thing my friends Oscar and Bryant showed me on my second day in Hong Kong was the Victoria Peak as shown in my first part, one of the most beautiful views over HK I have seen so far. On one side you can see city and on the other one the mountians. It`s definetly a place which is really worth visiting.

Some impressions on my accommodation, based in Causeway Bay, the Lanson Place Hotel, very good located. My highlight every morning was the view from my apartment. I got to see the skyscrapers in the front and the mountains in the background, which was just amazing!

Streets of Causeway Bay, Central and Mongkok.

Up next, the crossing by ferry of the narrow body of water separating Hong Kong island and Kowloon.

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When it comes to such a steamy weather as such it was in Hong Kong (35 degrees) it’s worth a lot to keep it as comfy as possible. I´m not the biggest fan of shorts as you may noticed, therefore I only putted out my most cozy shirt by Relic NYC

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Hong Kong Part I

Now up the first part of my Hong Kong post.
I took the chance to stop by in Hong Kong for a week to explore the city before heading to Sydney, Australia.
The city was full of many impressive places I explored.
I also got to meet some new friends ( Bryant & Oscar ) who showed me around in the city. We went to the Victoria Peak, to Mongkok and Kowloon.
It was defintely worth it stopping by even if there was a very steamy climate ( 35 degrees ).