My Linnea Lund : Yasmin Kayser

My Linnea Lund : Yasmin Kayser

By clara Molinier

My Linnea Lund : Yasmin Kayser

Today, Yasmin flaunts our Angela in Smoked Grass and Anette in Off White for #MyLinneaLund. 

Discover members of the Linnea Lund community every week as they share their views on their personal style and how they mix and match our iconic Julien, Clara, Berit… It’s personal, it's easy, it's from the eye of the LL community, with love and care.

Yasmin is part of LL's close circle, one of the inspiring people around us we're passionate about and love to put the spotlight on. 

She's a fashion insider who built a great career and established legitimacy through her experience in the fashion industry. 

Charlotte met her when she was working at Vogue, and now she's bringing all her talent as CDO at @tagwalk, a revolutionary fashion search engine where you can search the looks which drew your attention after seeing them on the runway. 

As an inspiring and chic person, we're glad to have met her and to be able to welcome her for MyLinneaLund today. 

As she wears our Angela in smoked grass and our Anette in off white, she talks to us about her style and how she revisits our pieces to make them hers and feel cosy and confident.

 

How would you define your style ?  

Effortless chic 

Your favorite color in the Linnea Lund palette ?

I love the neutral and greys but also have a huge crush for the honey yellow or green. Linnea Lund's colors are unique. 

How do you wear the Linnea Lund cashmere ?

Linnea Lund cashmere automatically makes you feel amazing. Cosy and confident. 

I love wearing a piece like the poncho with bell bottom jeans and a chunky belt to add a bit of a retro twist. 

Even a thick cardigan with just a pair of black jeans, boots and an Hermes bracelet to give it a classical twist. 

I’m never without my necklaces : several have charms which represent important people or moments in my life. As well as my ANTIDOTE kiku-ishi necklace  by Mineralosophie which I wear everyday and brings me serenity and protection.

Which object represents Sweden for you ?

A piece of design by Josef Frank or a Dalahäst wooden horse.