Rebecca Laurey is to us, the epitome of the Missoma Muse. Smart, cool, fun and fashionable. Her style is fashion forward but relaxed, always leaving things a little undone - shirts un-tucked, trainers with skirts and jeans under dresses. Chic, comfortable and attainable to her readership.
Making waves in fashion (indeed shes grabbed the attention of the likes W, Vogue and the New York Times), this Dutch gal has been living between Amsterdam and New-York... until now. As I write this, Rebecca is on a flight to New York with a one way ticket, accompanied by DJ husband Ralph.
We wanted to catch up with Rebecca before she left Amsterdam for the Big Apple... so we did just that.
Rebecca suggested we meet at The Pulitzer Hotel, a icon of 9 Straatjes for its 'unique blend of up-market, traditional and modern Dutch craftsmanship hidden amongst the city’s iconic canals'. Marisa is passionate about interiors, and The Pulitzer is a feast for the eyes... every corner you turn new a beautifully curated space is discovered, Velvet armchairs, huge romanesque vases, richly coloured walls and art.. everywhere. A veritable playground for anyone who appreciates design... something which the dutch do effortlessly. Next time you hit Amsterdam we would highly recommend a visit.
Rebecca on Missoma...
"When accessorizing my looks, I like to keep things simple. I don't wear a lot of jewellery and I'm a bit lazy when it comes to taking my earrings and necklaces on and off. I love dainty jewellery that I can wear day to night without having to think twice. That's why I love Missoma! It's beautiful, relatively understated and it works in every single one of my looks! I've been wearing the star bracelet and lightning bolt earrings non stop for the past month or so. Love!"
Rebecca on Amsterdam...
"Amsterdam has been my hometown for almost 8 years now and I still love it here. It's a stunning city with a lot of character, it's a great place to live in! It's quite small, but that's also the charm of it. You constantly bump into people you know, a social aspect that I really like. Walking around the canals feels like walking around in an open air museum, its beautiful with cute little bars and boutiques everywhere."