Travelling to Naxos as a fashion dj this Summer was a great luck. I visited this beautiful cycladic island for the second time in my life . Music and fashion became one in a great happening at Santana beach bar at Agia Anna. Despite the short time I had, I decided to visit Apeirathos, a pretty village on the slopes of Mount Fanari at 650 metres altitude ,which is supposed to have originally been settled by Cretans. The architectural design of the houses in Apeiranthos has remained almost untouched since the time of the Venetian Empire: narrow marble paved mule tracks, often covered by archways. Although the temperature was high I had a walk on these traditional marble paths and enjoyed a coffee with a view of the mountains. I feel grateful to be living in such a scenically rich country like Greece and I will be grabbing any given chance to show you its beauties!
Hope you like it too.
Wearing: jumpsuit: toi&moi, bag: Loommade, sandals: S.Piero Sow