Message from the editor

October is upon us, and soon autumn will turn to winter and leave a white blanket over the city.
But before snow, some of us has been lucky enough to get a week of to do whatever we want.

Well, having returned to the middle sized town where I grew up, it seems like something is missing! Where are all the subways, all the people, even the concrete? I must say, having moved to the capital, you get used to the big city so easily. So when ones return home, it can get a bit quiet and still. Too still?

On the other hand, it's nice to have a week for relaxing and charging, for the colder months filled with assignments, tasks and work (Lot's of exciting and fun work too!).

This month you will find some great new music, videos and some fantastic photoshoots, all right here on Some Inspiration Maybe.
Also, make sure to check out the October playlist on Spotify, with a bunch of songs great for the month of October. Check it out right here


Friday, October 22, 2010


To me she is absolutely gorgeous, and she is back with her sophomore album Endlessly. The first single of the album Well Well Well premiered with a video last week, and if you haven't seen it yet, here it is for your swingin', retro, can't wait to see those danzin dudes and that Duffy strolling down the street viewing pleasure:

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Saturday, October 9, 2010


Check out the first of more to come, the October playlist! Each month a new playlist will pop up for your listening pleasure. With several gengres, moods and styles The October playlist highlights the mood of the colder, cooler fall-month, with some colorful tunes in between, just like the red, yellow and orange leaves falling from the trees. Click here to enjoy!

Thursday, August 5, 2010


I've never really found Jennifer Aniston very similar to Barbara Streisand, but I certainly do now! This videopreview for The September issue of Harpers Bazaar, includes behind the scenes footage and picture previews of The Jennifer Aniston does Barbara fashion spread. This is a playful and classic take on the September cover. It brings a retro storyline, and an interesting look on the fashions, and the two ladies.

P.S. Loving Harpers Bazaar's Feature Director Laura Brown's screensaver, does anyone know the artist/photographer?

For more on The September Cover of Harpers Bazaar, go to: