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A propos de tiphainemarie.com

tiphainemarie.com a été fondé en 2012 par Tiphaine Marie, passionnée de mode, et Luca Tornese, photographe. Ce qui a commencé comme un simple journal de style a rapidement évolué pour devenir l’un des blogs mode et voyage les plus lus en Suisse, avec une grande audience non seulement en Suisse mais également dans le monde entier.

Au fil des années, Tiphaine et Luca ont eu la chance de pouvoir travailler avec certaines de leurs marques préférées, telles que Christian Louboutin, Dior et Bobbi Brown, ce qui leur a valu l’attention de magazines tels que Glamour, Grazia, et Refinery 29. L’audience de tiphainemarie.com est jeune et tendance, intéressée par la mode et la beauté, et plus généralement par l’opinion d’une girl next door qui découvre l’industrie de la mode. Le voyage est aussi très présent autant sur le blog que sur les réseaux sociaux de Tiphaine, qui partage ses coups de coeurs et bonnes adresses avec ses abonnés. 



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  • #whomademyclothes ?

Six years ago, on 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history. There were five garment factories in Rana Plaza all manufacturing clothing for the western market. The people who died and were injured were making our clothes, the ones we wear everyday without even thinking about were they came from. The fast, cheap fashion, the quick fixes to our « I have nothing to wear » moments. The things we buy without thinking about it because they’re so accessible. The things we discard just as easily because we end up not liking them after all and didn’t spend that much money on them anyway.

Don’t get me wrong, I am absolutely not pointing fingers or judging anyone here. I am a part of this too. I used to (and still do more often than I’d wish) buy a lot of my stuff from fast fashion companies. It’s not easy to step away from these behaviors completely - but hopefully, slowly but surely we can start to put more thoughts into our buying habits. Try to find out where our clothes are coming from. Who made them. Buy less, but better. Buy from vintage shops, or from sustainable, respectful labels. It’s not about being perfect, it’s about getting better.

We’re all in this together 🖤 @fash_rev
  • hi insta im back ✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼
  • social media detox for a few days ✌🏼see ya soon
  • throwback to last summer’s roadtrip
  • back to london town 🖤
  • AD / easter plans:
1. eat a LOT of chocolate bunnies & raspberry and strawberry sorbet
2. more of the same
3. go back to one
🐰🐰🐰#DiscoverMovenpick #Movenpick