At home: Nina Egli

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Though I usually refrain from characterising people by their nationality, I have to say Swiss people are, even to me, a distant by heart German, very reserved people, who usually do not invite you home before knowing you some time. But not Nina. I got her contact from Pascal and she instantly agreed on inviting me into her home. Without having met me before, she welcomed me with a big smile, wearing a bright yellow silk dress she got at a Zürich fleamarket for 5 Franken (about 4 Euros — she will show me this secret gem in summer). Nina spends one half of her life in Zürich, where she lives almost in the middle of a forest in the south of the city, and the other half in New York working on her jewelry and clothing line Toujours Toi and Family Affairs.

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  1. SabinePsynopsis on

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    Your portrayed Swiss homes look very organised and beautiful (the inhabitants, too, beautiful I mean; no idea about organised).

  2. Cheek on

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    These indoor portraits remind me of portraits from the turn of the century. She creates such beautiful pieces.

  3. ♥Lola on

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    Her home looks gorgeous and I love her dress :)

  4. Hugo Hase on

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    Her hair and the dress look great – and the pose fits so great for that!

  5. Cecylia on

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    Wow, gorgeous!

  6. Laura on

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    Very beautiful!

  7. denparser on

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    Nice dress. She looks so gorgeous with it.

  8. semi formal dresses on

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    Beautiful, soft and very flattering on her skintone.

  9. Army bases on

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    Looks like very nice vintage style apartment

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