My dear fashionistas and travellers, how are you today? I am sitting in this quarantine and thinking something about how the life was nice and easy at once, but Corona came and spoiled all the plans which we had…

But what about this “business” love of the Corona era? The main question is: “Do you still have your job?”. I am sure you have heard the various answers to this famous question, and I believe that the Corona has deeply penetrated and infected all sectors, but we have to admit that the service industry has suffered the most. The restaurants and cafes are closed, who managed to make a deal with the food delivering companies, succeeded and that’s it! The hotels are empty, the planes are grounded and the question is when they will fly again.

Of course, after returning to normal flight schedule there will again be problems because of the low occupancy of the aircraft as the recommendations of health organizations must be followed. Planes will fly at 20 to 30 percent occupancy, ticket prices will logically be drastically more expensive than before. The main question is: How long will all this really take?

Are you used to this “forced” vacation or to work from home, where you don’t even know when it’s day and night. The Corona is leaving chaos behind, many thousands of lives have been extinguished, the “river of people” has lost their jobs, and “Niagara Falls” will just collapse into Labor Department Offices around the world… And then we wonder if there is so much famine in the world that it is the guy in Wuhan had to eat that bat? And we were persuaded that people in China just eat dogs… A bit of black humor was out of the ordinary at the time of the Corona…

Otherwise, how do you “kill” time in isolation? Do you build tolet paper towers? Record some clips for Tik Tok? Do you get to know your family little better? Some studies say that during these emergencies, the highest rate of divorce and a large number of confirmed pregnancies. It would be a fine distinction between love and hate…

I stopped watching television, no one knows exactly how long this situation will last, tragedies on all sides around the world, so I decided to do some interesting things and devote myself to some of my hobbies that I neglected because of my daily work and travel.

Will our habits change after COVID – 19? Honestly, I do not know. I think it will affect our consciousness to change to some extent. Still guided by the famous quote: “The wolf changes his coat, but not his nature“, I don’t think we will be able “to keep” Anne Frank’s diary for long time, and will soon embrace freedom when the opportunity arises. Perhaps one thing will change though, at least for a short while, we will not take liberty for granted.

It may be best to put on the most beautiful fashion accessory these days, which costs nothing but is worth a lot – our smile and hope for the best. Fashion is art about playing with fashion details, each of us has the right to choose his own way of dressing and to find his place under the hot fashion sun.

As you know I always try to combine some outfits that I have for quite some time with some new details and so I decided to take this linen jacket out today again and welcome some nice days in my favourite sneakers that may be difficult to maintain but are but dear to the heart. As in life, man loves some things that are harder and more unusual, these are some of the little joys of life.


Jacket: Massimo Dutti Limited

T-Shirt: Loro Piana

Trousers: Loro Piana

Sneakers: Makia

How did you like this outfit I wore to visit the one of the most famous city sights in Belgrade such as banks of Danube? Have you been in Belgrade? Here spring is the most beautiful period of the year I have prepared this outfit for you with a lot of love and I hope you like it! This outfit is made by something new, something old and a unique balance is a result.

If you have a question, comment, suggestion or message for me, you can write me down in the comments. Of course, as always you can contact me via mail or social media, which you can find on the CONTACT page. See you soon with another interesting story about Belgrade!


This post is sponsored by Makia Clothing. This post would not have been possible without the selfless help of Loro Piana fashion house which helps me to express my fashion spirit with their iconic and fashionable pieces.

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Lieber Marko, die Situation in Hamburg ist schrecklich. Die Menschen kämpfen um Essen und Toilettenpapier. Ich weiß nicht, wann sich Deutschland und ganz Europa mit COVID-19 von dieser Situation erholen werden. Ich habe vor ein paar Tagen meinen Job verloren, aber zum Glück habe ich das Recht, 12 Monate lang eine Anstellung zu erhalten, damit ich Zeit habe, einen anderen Job zu finden.


COVID-19 will definitely change our lives, but no one is not sure how much. Our way of traveling and interacting with people will change. Also, I absolutely agree with the fact that a lot of people have lost job in this crisis… Your post is really interesting and educational because it shows us how we can behave according to this situation. I must admit that I also liked your outfit especially the jacket.


Nice post Marko, this time is really difficult for everyone. I work in airline industry and now is very hard to survive. Many of my colleagues have lost jobs and now they are working something totally out of their interests, because they need to survive and to feed their families.


You have a great sense of style Mr.M. I like beige colour so much, also your t-shirt is quite interesting model cut and the colour as well. For years I love those neutral colours such are beige, nude, sand and champagne. They are so wonderful! I wish you all the best


Du hast ein wundervolles Lächeln! Ihre Energie ist absolut erstaunlich! Ich verfolge deinen Blog jetzt seit vier Jahren. Können Sie mir bitte sagen, dass Sie planen, Kiel bald zu besuchen?