Issuu on Google+

Spring Summer 2010 · no. 5

magazine

“HODGEPODGE" INTERVIEW WITH

HELLA JOOF

Spring look WOMEN’S

BO DY IM AGE

over the ages

68 LOOOVELY FASHION PAGES

Lingerie Guide Beautiful underneath

SUMMER TRENDS FROM ZIZZI, ZAY, ZJ 2010 SHAPE GUIDE • PACK YOUR SUITCASE • CLOTHES FOR THE COOL SUMMER NIGHT • I LOOOVE MY TEE SEE MY DRESS • THE ULTIMATE GIRLS’ NIGHT • JEANS GUIDE • TRENDS 2010 • SHOP GUIDE


Cardigan, Z91457A, April, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95 Tunic/dress, Z91365A, April, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Leggings w/wide lace, Z90102V, April, dkk 179,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 24,95


Sleeveless Dress, Y90878A, April, dkk 449,95 / nok 599,- / sek 549,- / eur 59,95


Jeans SANNA SLIM, J91685A, April, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95 Blouse, J91515A, April, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95


Contents

Spring 2010 we looove curves 10 12 16 17 20 23

Party Chic  Party outfits for every occasion

24

T H E Z I Z Z I COLLEC T ION

33 34

Audrey’s column

The ultimate girls’ night  Inspiration for a bash of an evening Cropped jackets  Use them on cool days or in the evenings Lingerie Guide  A veritable wonderland „Hodgepodge“ is my motto  Wise observations by Hella Joof

page 62

See my dress…  Beautiful dresses for everyday, travel and parties page 61

Shape Guide  Helpful tips for dressing right

38 T H E Z AY COLLEC T ION 46 48 51

Barbecue season is upon us  See what you should wear

52

T H E Z J COLLEC T ION

61 62 64 66 67

More tunics  Like a flower garden

Women’s body image  What influences our ideals of beauty? Time for tunics  Tunics in the Mediterranean palette

Jeans Guide  Find the jeans that match your body type Pack your suitcase  Fill your bag with all kinds of goodies I looove my Tee  The essential T-shirt Shop Guide page 16

page 23 8 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


P U B L I S H ER

Ball Wholesale Kløvermarken 29 DK-7190 Billund Tel.: +45 7698 1100 Email: info@zizzi.dk

let2010

E D I T OR - I N - C H I E F Mie Lauridsen mila@ball-group.com

WE B

www.zizzi.dk

P RO D UC T I O N

Midt Marketing A/S Dalgasgade 11 DK-7400 Herning Tel.: +45 9626 3400 www.midtmarketing.dk

TE X T A N D E DI T I NG Tine Alexandersen tia@midtmarketing.dk

A R T D I REC T OR Ella Skov ella@midtmarketing.dk

I LLUS T R A T OR

Camilla Boman Jensen

P H O T O G R A P H ERS Sigurd Grünberger Packshot Factory Jens Thau

ST Y LING

Vivi Schmidt Jeanette Lorentzo Aa

PHO T O E DI T I NG Midt Marketing A/S

P R I N T ER Stibo Graphic

C I RCUL A T I O N 81,000

ZIZZI Magazine is not liable for misprints. Please send all inquiries regarding editorial content to the publisher. The opinions and views presented in this magazine are not necessarily shared by the publisher. Any reprinting or copying of articles, photos or other material from this magazine is only permitted if Zizzi Magazine is indicated as the source and as long as the general rules concerning citations are observed. The prices listed in this magazine are recommended retail prices, and the editorial board is not liable for any errors in the information. Please note, that not all styles are available in all our shops.

be the year that we allow ourselves to speak out, live life to its fullest and set our inner divas loose... The new collections from Zizzi, ZJ and Zay are full of stylish, great-looking and classy outfits for every occasion! For those spring and summer parties, for looking great at work, for barbecuing with friends – and when you need to pack the perfect vacation wardrobe. In addition to fantastic fashions, this issue of Zizzi Magazine also features plenty of interesting reading.

We have interviewed a fantastic, clever woman to find out how she tackles various challenges, where she finds inspiration for her sensational style and what she thinks about beauty. Read Hella Joof’s insightful and humorous answers. As you flip through the magazine and check out our various collections and shape guides, remember that our models are a genuine size 46. We haven’t cheated and used slimmer models – it is our clothes that fit correctly and have flattering cuts! We present a list of ideas for how you and your girlfriends can have the ultimate girls’ night. Try Zizzi’s own cocktails, we give you the recipes. Be inspired to get ready for and host a fantastic party. There is a reason why women are created with generous curves and round forms. There was a time when these qualities were truly appreciated, and we can probably learn something from the past. In this issue, you can read about female body types and ideals of beauty over the ages. We hope you enjoy the new Zizzi Magazine.

COVER P H O T O

T-Shirt w/ sequins, J91384A, April dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95 spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

9


Tunic y91251A, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Party Chic

Leggings z90936a, February+March dkk 199,95 / nok 249,-   sek 249,- / eur 29,95

The design team has been in a party mood. They’ve created the most beautiful collection, making it easy for you to find the perfect dress for the season’s parties, confirmations and weddings…

Leggings z91078A, March dkk 249,95 / nok 299,sek 299,- / eur 34,95

Dress z90780a, February dkk 599,95 / nok 699,sek 699,- / eur 79,95 Top z91160a, May dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 399,- / eur 49,95

10 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

T-Shirt w/ sequins j91384a, April dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Top z90851A, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95


Blazer z91076a, March dkk 599,95 / nok 699,sek 699,- / eur 79,95

Top z91167a, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Dress sleeveless y90732a, May dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 499,- / eur 49,95

T-Shirt w/ sequins j91384a, April dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Pants long z91076C, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Waistcoat j91549a, May dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Pant j91568, April dkk 499,95 / nok 599,sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Short waistcoat Z90908A, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Pants long loose z91307a, May dkk 499,95 / nok 599,sek 599,- / eur 69,95

All jewelries are from Qnuz.nu

Long shirt Z90935A, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,sek 499,- / eur 69,95 Pants long z91076C, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

11


The ultimate

girls’ night

Nothing is more fun than having a great time with your best girlfriends.   We give you a mixed bouquet full of inspiration, recipes and ideas that you and your friends can try the next time you’re ready to party. Have fun!

The ultimate

Now Zizzi has their very own cocktails! Developed by Martin Grauballe, head bartender at Murphy’s in Herning, Denmark.

cocktails…

Zizzi Sling

In a highball glass, combine 1/8 Bombay gin, 1/8 sour mix, 3/8 citrus mineral water and 3/8 orange juice (in that order). Add red grenadine, pouring it down the sides of a straw (so that the syrup does not get mix with the rest of the ingredients). The Zizzi Sling has a wonderful, fullbodied, fruity flavour. The orange really shines through, while the grenadine adds sweetness. This is an elegant drink – sure to be a hit for a true City Girl! 12 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

ZJ Cool

In a cocktail glass, mix 2/6 Cruzan citrus (citrus rum), crushed fresh lime and 3/6 lemon soda with crushed ice. Add 1/6 Blue Curacao, pouring it down the sides of a straw. The ZJ Cool tastes fantastic! It’s fresh, but with citrusy notes; has edge, without being sour. It’s Cool! A total Party Chic cocktail!

Zay R omance

Pour 3/5 Sprite into a cocktail glass. In a shaker, mix 1/5 Cuba Passion and 1/5 Monin Fraise (strawberry syrup) with crushed ice and a little whipped cream. Shake, then pour the contents into the cocktail glass so that the drink foams up. Zay Romance is a real girls’ drink. Mild, light and silky smooth with a nice sweetness. A drink worthy of a princess!


Music is a must...

A party with no music is like a summer with no sun. Luckily there are plenty of possibilities…

You could have everyone to bring their favourite party CDs. If you need inspiration, we can recommend Hits from the 60s and 80s, Eurovision Hits, the Beatles, ABBA etc. Anything goes, provided it’s music you can singalong to. You can also take it one step further and borrow/rent a Karaoke system that comes with party music. Or try out the latest craze with a round of Sing Star. You will need a PlayStation 2 or 3, a TV and a Sing Star set. When the text appears on the screen, just sing along as the words turn green. The objective is to hit the notes, sing in tune and have fun.

The ultimate

cocktail snacks…

Wasabi peas Available in supermarkets, specialty shops and in many other shops.   Ready to serve. Beware – they have   a kick.

Soy almonds Make your own alternative to salted peanuts. Try soy almonds. You will need approx. 100 g almonds, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar glaze (the sweet, thick balsamic vinegar) and a little olive oil. Roast the almonds in a hot, dry pan. Turn down the heat and douse them with a healthy amount of soy sauce while stirring. Add about 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar glaze and about 1 tbsp olive oil. Place the almonds on a piece of baking parchment and allow to cool before serving. They will be a bit sticky, but taste amazing!

Edamame beans Require a little more work… Available in Asian food shops. Steam the beans in slightly salty water for approx. 10 min., then pour into a bowl and sprinkle with flake salt and lemon juice. Remember – don’t eat the shells. Just squeeze the beans out like you’re blanching almonds.

Puff pastry with sesame seeds Cut a sheet of thawed puff pastry into narrow strips on the short side. Place on a baking sheet, brush with a little beaten egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake in the oven for 10-12 min. at 200ºC.

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

13


T

h

e

gi ult n i r l ima gh s’ te t

The ultimate preparation…

Face mask

Make your own luxurious face mask that adds moisture and calms the skin. It’s simple! All you need is half an avocado and half a banana. Mash them together into a nice, smooth cream. Then add a tablespoon of soft honey. The mask is now ready. Wash your face thoroughly. Cover your face and neck with the mask and massage it in. Allow it to work for 15 minutes, then rinse off with warm water. Now feel how nice and soft your skin is. Finish with a good moisturiser.

14 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

Hand massage Pamper your hands.

All you need is some oil – for example baby oil.

1. Pour a little oil in the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together to warm the oil slightly. Spread the oil evenly all over your left hand using long, stroking movements. 2. Now use your thumb to make large circle movements from the middle of the back of your left hand and out. Repeat 4-5 times. 3.

Place your thumb between the tendons on the back of your hand and massage with long, stroking movements between each tendon up towards your wrist. Repeat several times.

4. Now massage each finger on your left hand – one at a time. Rub in small circle movements the entire length of your finger. Repeat for the remaining four fingers. Move on to the palm of your hand. Again, use your thumb to make circle movements from the middle of your palm and out. Don’t be afraid to apply a bit of pressure. Repeat 4-5 times. 5.

Finally, lace your fingers together, press your palms away from you and stretch your hands. Repeat on your right hand.


False eyelashes Get the eyes of a movie or rock star in seconds. With false eyelashes, you can really enhance the beauty of your eyes. You can make them dramatic, with thick, long lashes, elegant with shorter individual lashes or cat-like with extra long lashes on the outside corners of your eyes. Give it a try. False eyelashes cost from DKK 50 and up and are avai­lable ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ at perfume departments, beauty shops and on the Internet. And while you’re at it, why not experiment with eyeliner, lots of mascara and eyeshadow in beautiful colour combinations.

Hair extensions New hair in minutes. Hair extensions are available in all styles, colours and lengths, and at all price levels. On the Internet, you can find extensions for as little as DKK 10, but of course, there is a huge difference in quality and appearance.

A girls’ night is the perfect chance to experiment with new hair styles and looks. If you and your friends have different types of hair extensions, then bring them all along and try them out. It’s amazing how little it takes to make your hair look thicker. If you have short hair, you can try what it feels like to have hair down to your shoulders – or you can see how you look with your hair up. Give it a try.

A rtificial nails

Footbath

Well-manicured nails look fantastic.

Give your feet a nice bath, and they’ll be ready to dance the night away. You will need 2 tsp coarse salt, 2 tsp baking powder and 2 tbsp table salt.

It doesn’t have to be difficult, expensive or time-consuming to have the most elegant diva nails. You can buy artificial nail sets in the perfume departments of most major department stores as well as in personal care shops. A French Manicure set costs approx. DKK 100, and comes with very helpful instructions. You will have the loveliest nails with a delicate white edge. And you decide how long you want them to be. For more colourful nails, just give them a layer or two of polish. If you follow the instructions correctly, these nails can easily last for about a week.

Use a wash tub or bucket. Mix the coarse salt with the baking powder. Pour into the tub and fill with plenty of warm water. The salt cleanses and the baking powder softens your feet. Soak for 10-15 minutes. Remove your feet from the water, massage and scrub them with the table salt and dip them back in the water. Carefully dry your feet with a terry cloth towel, check whether your toenails need trimming and finish by rubbing your feet with a good moisturiser. Now you’re ready to party!

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

15


Short jacket, J91173a, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur54,95

Bolero, Z91097a, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Bolero, J91154a, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Jacket short, Y90739a, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Jacket, z91295a, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Cardigan, z91059a, May dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Cropped jackets

Jacket, j91407A, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

16 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

A stylish cropped jacket is ideal for spring and summer. It’s perfect with jeans and dresses – shorts and skirts. Practically indispensable…

Jacket, z900092A, March dkk 599,95 / nok 699,-  sek 699,- / eur 79,95

Denim jacket, Y91010A, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Lingerie Guide Brassiere, bandeau, bra... One undergarment,   many names… The design of women’s under­garments has under­ gone signifi­cant change since 1905, when Danes were first introduced to   the concept of the bra as   the bone-stiffened foun­ dation piece that replaced   the corset as support for   the bosom.

Photo: Elomi


In 1912, the first bra without bone stiff­ eners was sewn in soft mesh and silk by the corset manufacturer S. Lindauer, and the following year Mary Phelps-Jacobs created a much simpler bra from two silk handkerchiefs sewn together and with ribbon edging. At the time, several manufacturers took it in turns to claim they had designed the first bra. But one thing is certain, over the nearly 100 years that have followed, the female attributes have been alternately flattened, accentuated, lifted, cupped – and at one point even liberated completely. Today, the variety of women’s foundation wear has become a veritable wonderland. Here we provide inspiration for lovely lace and delicate designs that will really make the most of your figure.

Which bra should I choose? There is no doubt that what you wear underneath plays an important role in how your clothes fit. If your bra does not fit properly, even the most expensive and beautiful bra will not provide the support you need or help you achieve the body shape you are looking for. For instance, if your bra is too large around the band or the cup size is too small, it is almost impossible to get your blouse or dress to fit properly. But luckily there is help available! Photo: Change, Florence

18 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

Change has developed an excellent bra guide that can help you when buying new lingerie.


CHANGE The Danish lingerie brand Change launched its first lingerie collection in 1998. Since then, the brand has become a key player in the Danish market. And for a good reason. Change is very good at designing beautiful and feminine lingerie for curvaceous women. Bras from Change are available in sizes 65-100/ cup sizes A–J, with pants up to size 50 – depending on the model. Find a shop near you at www.change.com

Photo: Change, Florence

Primadonna The Belgian lingerie label, PrimaDonna, has been in the market since 1865 and is known worldwide for its exclusive craftsmanship. Each bra is hand-sewn and subject to scrupulous quality control. The exclusive lingerie from PrimaDonna is dedicated to women’s natural curves – regardless of shape and size. PrimaDonna bras are available in 58 size combinations and in cup sizes from B to I – pants are available up to size 52. Find a dealer near you at www.primadonna.eu Photo: PrimaDonna

ELOMI Elomi is a new brand of lingerie from the UK launched in 2008. They design beautiful lingerie that fits women with generous, natural curves perfectly. Elomi is already very popular and has had tremendous success with its elegant lingerie consisting of perfectly fitting bras that support and shape the bosom without compromising on comfort or feminine style.

Photo: Elomi

Elomi’s core target group is beautiful women who wear bra sizes 100-110 cm and cup sizes C-H. Click here to find an Elomi dealer near you: www.elomilingerie.com

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

19


Photo: DR / Agnethe Schlichtkrull

20 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


Hella Joof

Hodge­podge is my motto We know her mostly from radio and TV. She is one of Denmark’s most exciting women – funny, sharp, talented, interesting and love­able. In addition to being an actress, she boasts a variety of other titles on her CV: scriptwriter, director, comedian, commentator and even judge. At least on Denmark’s national talent TV show – Talent 09. Behind these titles is a wonderful personality.   A woman who speaks her mind, has a huge   heart and a delightful sense of humour! Of course we are talking about Hella Joof.

Where do you find your energy and drive? My energy comes mainly from friendship and love. If things aren’t going well on the homefront, then nothing else really matters. Imagine holding a winning lottery ticket worth millions when the one you love suddenly announces that he has found someone else or your daughter comes home to tell you that she’s moving to Australia just to get away from you. I would probably just die inside. But I also have a very professional side. I have no problems working, even though I’m sad or my back hurts. I can deposit my private life in the cloak­ room. That’s something I’ve had to learn. At times, my life has been pretty chaotic, and if I had let my personal problems get the best of me, I wouldn’t have been able to achieve anything!

Are you ever afraid to be honest and speak your mind? Yes. But I try to do so anyway. I try to remember what I, personally, would prefer. I always prefer to hear the truth. I don’t like to think that people don’t tell me the truth if they think I have screwed up – or make wrong decisions. I think keeping your mouth shut when you can see that someone is going down the wrong track is actually a sign of lack of respect. But then again, you don’t necessarily have to say everything. If people ask you whether they should shave off all their beautiful long, thick hair, of course, I would shout, „No way!“ But if they come to work one day and have already done it, I would probably say, „It looks great, you have a great face for it!“

Hella Joof is also very forthcoming and was delighted to see us for an interview on her professional life and her thoughts on a variety of topics.

Have you always been good at taking chances in life, or is that something you’ve had to learn?

So settle down and enjoy Hella’s wise and humorous answers to our questions.

That is absolutely not something that I’ve always been good at! When I look back on my childhood and especial­ ly my youth, which lasted until I was 30, I am surprised at how afraid I was of not succeeding. If I could have seen

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

21


my future in a crystal ball, I probably wouldn’t have be­ lieved it. I’ve never lacked self-confidence, but I’ve had to work hard to develop a sense of my own self-worth.

bullying. Humour is what brings us through life without getting too bitter. Just think about all the truths that can be told when wrapped in humour!

What event has taught you the most about yourself?

Where would one most likely run into you?

Hmm… Well, I’m still very proud that I gave birth to my daughter at home, in my own bed without any kind of pain relief. And at times, I have probably stuck my nose up in arrogance at women who make a big deal about laughing gas and epidurals. I think they cheated them­ selves out of a fantastic personal development experien­ ce. Of course it hurts. But being a parent hurts too! But I’ve grown older, I’ve learned that people are different, and there are also things that I’m afraid of. I can wake up with an anxiety attack because of the sound of an ambulance, and parallel parking really makes me sweat!

I love Værnedamsvej in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen. There’s a wonderful butcher shop, wine merchant, coffee house, wine bar and flower shops. I go there at least once a day.

Do you feel like a role model? No, but I often think that there could be a little brown girl somewhere in Denmark who thinks that maybe looking different isn’t all that bad after all. It is possible to achieve your goals. And I never cross the street on a red light when there are kids watching. In fact, come to think of it, I never cross on a red at all.

All the time! I actually do try to hide my feelings sometimes. I’m glad I’m not a politician. I would start crying because it’s so unfair, and I would prob­ ably also end up punching a journalist or two. It’s actually kind of scary how much politi­ cians can put up with. They really have to be thick-skinned. I’m glad it’s not me!

When do you say no to a project? I’ve developed a knack for sensing bad energy. If things are too difficult in the start-up stage, it’s often because someone is trying to tell you something, as I like to say. And I’m also getting better at turning down projects if I’m too busy. You can almost always be replaced. And I’m useless when I’m stressed out!

What is your next professional project? I’m currently working on a political comedy, and I’m going to host the national charity event „Danmarks Indsamlingen“ and in connection with that I will be travelling to Mozambique. I’m also doing a radio show. And a children’s film. Plus, I have a whole host of half-written manuscripts on my computer. Finally, I hope to become a grandmother within the next few years!

What is good humour? Good humour is warm and playful – and points to something good. It can be as crude as you like, but if it doesn’t have a positive purpose, it’s just taunting and

22 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

What is your relationship to beauty? When I was younger, I wouldn’t step out the door with­ out my make-up. I was a lovely woman who weighed 58 kg. And despite my lovely, thin body, I had a serious inferiority complex. I thought my thighs were fat, and there was no end to what was wrong with me! Now I feel good about my body. It’s a little worn, but so what? In return, I have a beautiful daughter, and I’ve had enough of all those complexes. Life’s too short! I use skincare products and I eat a lot of vegetables. I try not to lose heart, because that just makes you look sad. Laughter and sex are my best beauty tips, and a lotion called Power Rich from Dermalogica.

What do you think is the most beautiful part of your body? My teeth are quite nice, and my skin, when I have a tan. But it’s what’s inside that’s fun!

Where do you find fashion inspiration? Oh, all kinds of places. I like colour – especially in the winter. And ethnic features. I think it’s important to mix styles. A pair of beautiful, expensive shoes look great with an old leather bag that you inherited from your aunt. Large scarves and hand-knit hats. And I shop a lot in second-hand stores. „Hodgepodge’ is my motto!

How would you describe the ultimate girls’ night? Lots of red wine and no smoking except on the balcony. And lots of food and preferably dancing. I love hanging out with women. We have the juiciest discussions at the table, everyone’s thrown off their high heals by half nine, and you don’t have to hold in your stomach!

Do you have any good advice for us girls? Yes! Here it is: Life gets better and better as you get older. Don’t be afraid, of not being slim or young enough. It’s all transitory. I have a heroine. Her name is Precious Ramotswe, a warm and wise African lady. She is wellproportioned – and calls herself a woman of „traditional build“. She is the main character in The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, and she says: „Everyone knows that we have a skeleton underneath our skin; there’s no reason to show it!“


Dress Z91310B, May dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Dress Y90878a, April dkk 449,95 / nok 599,-  sek 549,- / eur 59,95

Dress sleeveless Y90763A, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Spencer z91185a, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Dress sleeveless Y90740a, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

See my dress We can’t wait to show you all the beautiful dresses we have designed for our new collection. We bring you lovely, stylish and refined dresses for any occasion.

Dress z90971a, May dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Tunic sleeveless j91165a, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,-  sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Dress, strap z91162a, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Dress sleeveless j91182a, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,-  sek 599,- / eur 69,95 spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

23


Short cardigan, Z91479A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Blouse, Z91445B, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Waistcoat, Z91481A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Dress, Z91349A, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 T-shirt – 3/4 sleeves, Z91430A, April, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 Leggings, Z91363A, April, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95


DRess, Z91471A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Cardigan – 3/4 sleeves, Z91352A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Leggings, Z91288A, May, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95


Oversize shirt, Z91191C, April, dkk 599,95 / nok 699,- / sek 699,- / eur 79,95 Leggings, Z91483A, April, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95


pants – 7/8 lenght, Z91511A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Top, Z91512A, March, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 Pullover, Z91510A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Blouse, Z91443A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Long t-shirt – 3/4 sleeves, Z91403A, April, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95 Pants – 3/4 length, Z91104A, April, dkk 199,95,- / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95

Long blouse, Z91454A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Vivi t-shirt – 3/4 sleeves, Z90102A, May, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 Pants – long, Z91173C, May, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95


Shirt, Z91476B, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Leggings – 7/8 length, Z91407A, May, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95 Waistcoat, Z91368A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Halteneck, Z90637A, April, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 Dress, Z91456B, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Vivi legging – 3/4 length, Z90102G, April, dkk 149,95 / nok 199,- / sek 199,- / eur 19,95


Love for 400, please! By Audrey Castañeda, „Danish comedian“

BEING SINGLE HAS NOT BEEN GOOD FOR MY WAISTLINE. FOR ME, A LONG, RELAXING SUNDAY MEANS HANGING OUT WITH A BAGE OF SWEETS! Why can’t I be more devil-may-care, like in my younger days? Always on the go – I’d show the world, clenching my teeth and spinning like I was late for the Olympics. Why are images in my mind not as intense as an adult as they were in my youth? Why don’t I see my dad’s face anymore, grimacing as he shakes his head in exaspera­ tion, „Ha, you in showbiz! Hand me my sombrero, please, and let me choke on a taco!“ How I could dance with that image in my mind. I would show him and the rest of the world… and it worked. What a triumph. Whether it was a stupid ex-boyfriend, a teasing comment by someone at school… it didn’t matter. I could picture it in my mind and dance it away, get better, set goals, be the best, I wanted to win and I did!

And now? Well… I grew up, I guess. At first, I said, you deserve to eat this, because you’ve worked so hard all your life. I’d like another croissant, please! Then it got cold outside, and the dance academy seemed so far away. And then it was time for „Survivor“… Did you know you can zap between „Survivor“ and „Who Wants to Be a Millionaire“ on Mondays in Denmark? The commercial breaks alternate pretty well… „Survivor“: There’s been a row and the host says: „One of you has to leave“ cut to commercial – zap. The host has reached the 50,000 DKK question… (Just between us… that’s when it really starts to get interesting!) I yell the answer at the TV, scratch my head and decide that it must be in Nigeria. Come on, give us the answer… Now they’re at each other’s throats on „Survivor“! I can do that all evening. It’s so exciting, I think I’ll have another toffee. Loneliness sneaks into your adult body, without you realising it. A loneliness that’s trying to get your attention in the winter darkness. A mild loneliness that pushes me back onto the sofa every time I consider getting my act together and doing something healthy, like exercising or switching to rice cakes! Boyfriendless – along with half a million other fantastic women – I can’t seem to get in gear and beat the competition. On the contrary. I’ve heard myself say, “All the good men are taken“ and „I’m tired of all the dancing and hanging out in bars, acting like I’m all that“! „He’ll appear when I least expect it!“

Audrey At least that’s what I would say to myself as I lay on the couch in my sugar stupor, ready to crawl into bed. (Don’t you hate it when you finally admit the truth to yourself just before you drop off?) Yeah, he’ll come if the guy can find his way through the mail slot and past all the sweet wrappers, maybe he’ll be holding a pizza! Then something happened. I bought a ticket to Prague, I was going to a football match. My football mates called the night before, and I was so excited! My first football match outside the country! They cancelled! Now I had to decide whether to go to Prague alone with 800 other football maniacs. Because that’s what they become when you don’t know them. Deranged, the whole lot. But I really wanted to go to Prague, so I went. The next morning, I arrived at the airport all nervous. I was terri­ fied that people would recognise me now that I didn’t have any friends to hide behind. And I was forced to spend an entire day with a bunch of blokes who hate women comedians. At least I earned a few cheap points for appearing on „Zulu Devil Race“ on danish television.

It was because I was alone that my   vulnerability came out. People were   so nice to me, I left my armour back in Denmark. I was open, and I drank in every word, every minute. I had no idea what would happen next, I had no one to hide behind. I wondered what we would find if we took a right? A bell went off in my head. I realised that I’d been ob­ serving everyone else for a long time, but always kept on the outside. I always have something to say about them and about myself. But it had been ages since I’d walked into a room on my own, just to see what would happen. Tried something new, alone, just for the fun of it. That has become my motto for 2010! Do it for the fun of it. Hey, maybe you’ll make new friends – and maybe love will have a chance to ask you to dance after all! That’s enough to make you want to dig into that rice cake and turn off the telly.

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

33


Susanne

Mette

Shape Guide We make it easy for you to look great! Find your body type and get helpful tips on how you can accentuate your assets beautifully with clothing in specific silhouettes and colours.

34 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

Ea


larger Wears om n bott o e z i s n top than o

PEAR Small bust Narrow waist Full hips and thighs

1

1

NO THANKS: Tops that end at the hips Narrow and tight trousers Hipster trousers and hip belts Bright colours on the bottom

2

With a pear-shaped figure, you want to create harmony   between your smaller upper body and your curvy, full-figured lower body.

3

YES PLEASE: Light tops with some volume in light colours Cuts at the waist Boat necks Tops with small shoulder pads give you a broader silhouette Trousers with high waistlines and straight legs in discrete colours or straight skirts with a slight A-line Belt at the waist – preferably high on the waist High heals make your lower body appear longer

1 Out of stock 2 Top, J90192K, March, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 / Leggings, J90192F, March, dkk 179,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 24,95 3 Long shirt, Z90935A, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 499,- / eur 69,95 / Short waistcoat, Z90908A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 / Jeans, J91259A, April, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95


ger Wears lar n size o top than on bottom

APPLE Full figure on top Tendency to be round in the middle Narrow hips and thighs

1

NO THANKS: Tight tops Horizontal stripes, large patterns and light colours on top Trousers and skirts with high waistlines make your upper body appear shorter and wider Baggy bottoms, like baggy trousers

2

With an apple-shaped figure, you want to focus on vertical lines on top and on accessories.   Remember to show off your beautiful, slim legs.

3

YES PLEASE: Plunging V-necks Long tops in dark colours Long scarves and necklaces Short and tight skirts Trousers with low waistlines, wide waistbands and narrow legs Trousers/skirts in striking colours and materials with patterns

1 Out of stock 2 Top, J90192K, March, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 / Leggings, J90192F, March, dkk 179,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / 3 Tunic, Z91028B, February, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 / Leggings, Z91150A, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

eur 24,95


e Wears sam p o t size on m o and bott

STRAW­BERRY Harmonious body structure Well-proportioned bust,   waist and hips

1

NO THANKS: Big bows and ruffles Cropped and wide tops Big pockets placed around the thighs on trousers and skirts Avoid cuts that accentuate your widest points (such as calves and hips) Clothes that are too big or too small create an ’unfortunate’ look

2

If you have a strawberry­ shaped figure, you should accentuate your lovely bosom. Remember to make your body appear longer with vertical lines. A strawberryshaped figure can wear almost anything.

3

YES PLEASE:

Plunging necklines

Wearing your blouse outside your trousers or skirt makes your upper body appear longer Short blouses and tucking your blouse into your trousers/skirt makes your legs appear longer Tunics and blouses with some length Dresses with a slight A-line Slightly fitted dresses and jackets Asymmetric layers on top Choose cuts that accentuate your narrow points

1 Out of stock 2 Top, J90192K, March, dkk 199,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 29,95 / Leggings, J90192F, March, dkk 179,95 / nok 249,- / sek 249,- / eur 24,95 3 Tunic, Z91184A, April, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 / Jeans – SUS LOW SLIM, J91464A, May, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95


Spring 2010 Short Denim Jacket, Y90904A, January+March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Short Sleeved Top, Y90940A, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 3/4 pant, Y90835A, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95


Short sleeved top, Y90888A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Jumpsuit, Y91081A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Bat Sleeved Tunic, Y91359A, May, dkk 449,95 / nok 599,- / sek 549,- / eur 59,95 3/4 Pant, Y91212A, April, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95


3/4 Pant, Y91055A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Strap Innerdress, Y91393a, May, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95 Long Sleeved Tunic, Y91206A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95


Sleeveless Tunic, Y90456A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Short jacket, Y90739A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95

dress, Y90893A, April, dkk 599,95 / nok 699,- / sek 699,- / eur 79,95

Sleeveless Tunic, Y90814A, March, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95

3/4 Pant, Y90845A, April, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95


Sleeveless top, Y91388A, June, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Waistcoat, Y91389A, June, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 7/8 Pant, Y91390A, June, dkk 449,95 / nok 599,- / sek 549,- / eur 59,95


Short Sleeved Tunic, Y91005A, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Short Sleeved Tunic, Y90820A, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 3/4 pant, Y90944A, May, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95


Barbecue season is upon us

3

The sooner we get started, the longer the delightful barbecue season will last. Here is a selection of great and easy recipes for a perfect barbecue with friends.

Norway lobster parsley Banzai Norway lobster olive oil lemon garlic

1

Place the lobster on its back. Slice it open with a large, sharp knife – cut between the legs. Press down hard with the knife to break the back shell – Banzai! Remove the innards.

Marinade: parsley, oil, lemon rind, garlic and salt. Mince everything and mash in a mortar. Rub generously all over the split lobster. Barbecue for 2 minutes open side down.

2 46 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


6

Simple celeriac Peel the celeriac and cut into 1/2-3/4 centimetre thick slices. Coat in oil and grill them. Season with salt, pepper and lemon before serving.

celeri lemoanc olive oil

7

4

5

gies g e v d grille

8

Gira ffe aspa ragus Thoroughly rinse a bunch of green asparagus and break off the woody ends. Pat dry and toss onto a smoking hot grill for a couple of minutes until they develop giraffe spots. Carefully remove from the grill and enjoy as is or with cold butter... Yum.

green cold bu asparagus tter

1 Blouse, Z90996a, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 2 Blouse, y91048A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 3 Jeans, J91240A, April, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 4 zip cardigan, z91189b, March, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95 5 pants – long wide, Z91251a, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 6 cardigan, j90013a, March, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 7 Jeans, J91260B, March, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95 8 Jacket – two way wearing, Z91181a, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

47


Women’s bo dy im age

over the ages Ideals of female beauty have changed throughout history. An ideal body image is more than just a question of aesthetics. Cultural and societal aspects also play a major role. That was the case in the Stone Age, and that is the case today. However, another factor influences today’s conventional view of the ideal female body – fashion!

As God created woman… Women are created differently to men. And for a good reason. Women differ from men in their special ability to reproduce. However, this ability to produce life has also formed the basis for a strangely divided view of the female body. On the one hand, the female body is a wonderful creation – a part of nature whose powerful, hidden forces and potent fertility came with curvaceousness, generous proportions and a solid constitution in order to be able to handle pregnancy in the tough life in ancient times. On the other hand, the female body has also been placed on a pedestal for thousands of years as a symbol of beauty and status to be shaped, plumped up or emaciated according to the ideals of the day.

48 

From behind

A woman’s hips are built for giving birth. And   regardless of the size of the waistline above them, wide hips send an ancient signal that this woman   is capable of bearing children. There is also a perfectly good reason why our bums stick out the way they do. The buttocks developed when humans began to walk upright on their hind legs. This required large, powerful muscles in the   lower back. And thanks to the wide hips on the female body, the bottom is also generously proportioned. A plump, curvaceous bum has been considered a sign of beauty for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks worshipped the goddess of love Aphrodite   for her beautiful, round bottom. While in Africa,   women with large protruding bums are still envied.

In front

We mustn’t forget our breasts. No other part of the  female body has attracted more attention over the ages than the breasts. First of all, these round hemispheres are created by nature to produce the healthiest meal for babies. But they are also an established symbol of femininity, and big or small, they have an unparalleled ability to attract the opposite sex.

Female attributes

The female body as status symbol

For several centuries, a narrow waistline has been the desired look. The slimmer the better, which is actually rather absurd, because a woman’s waistline often changes when she gives birth to her first child. Due to changes beyond our control that take place in the abdominal region during and after pregnancy, women naturally become more full-figured after giving birth. Furthermore, hormonal changes in a woman’s body have a tendency to cause the waist and abdomen to become heavier and broader with age. That is how the female body naturally works, and it can be very difficult fight nature.

Regardless of era, continent or culture, humans have never been fully satisfied with the bodies nature gave them. And so they have introduced various methods of decorating the body or reshaping it to achieve a new look – tattoos, scratches in the skin, piercing. These „artistic“ alterations played an important role and were given ritual or magical functions.

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


Giraffe women Other types of changes to the body have been introduced for social reasons, such as to denote the social status of a person or family. The Padaung women in Burma are a good example. At the age of five, girls have a brass ring attached around their necks. Year after year, an extra ring is added, until as adults they wear 22-24 rings. They can work with the rings on, but if the rings are removed, their throat and neck collapse.

Lily foot In China, having tiny feet was considered a sign of high status for women. Thus, from the age of six, girls in wealthy families had their feet tightly bound. These tiny feet were called lily feet or Golden Lotus. As adults, the women could hardly walk on their deformed feet, but certainly looked noble! People in primitive or distant cultures are not alone in seeking to reshape the body to conform to the ideals of the day. The practice has also taken place in Europe – even in Scandinavia. The most notable difference is

that in primitive cultures the practice often applies to both men and women, while in the so-called civilised society, women have been the primary subjects of unending torture in order to achieve a body that corresponds to the status-generating ideal body image.

The corset In Scandinavia, the corset gained popularity in the late 1800s. But it was by no means a new phenomenon. It had been known in Europe for several hundred years in various styles. But the 1880s saw a boom. This was partly the result of the development of new aesthetic ideals and partly due to a growing need to differentiate between upper and middle-class women. The tightly laced corsets were harmful, but women wore them nonetheless as a status symbol. It was not possible to work when your body was laced up tight, and so as a symbol of higher social standing, the lady of the house tied herself up like a roast beef.

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

49


Sandro Boticelli’s, La nascita di Venere, 1484.

Ideals of beauty then and now

The return of curves

One of the oldest examples of an ideal image of the female body is the little Venus of Willendorf statuette discovered in Austria in the early 1900s. The statuette of Venus dates back to around 21,000 B.C. and depicts an idealised image of the female body of that era.

In the 1940s and 1950s, the female form returned for a brief period. Especially on the big screen. Shapely women like Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe and Anita Ekberg made feminine forms attractive again. And while the waist was still enhanced, the female body as a whole was now soft, curvy and sensual.

Renaissance painters like Botticelli, Tizian and Rafael also depicted idealised images of the female body, presenting it as both voluptuous and graceful. Women were primarily viewed as mothers, and their beauty was inextricably linked to their ability to bear children. This called attention to the abdominal region of the body, making the round, full female figure the aesthetic interpretation of the perfect beauty at that time.

New times The natural, curved female body was the ideal for seve­ral centuries. All the way up to the beginning of the 1900s, when the slim body image became popular and the wasp waist saw the light of day. After World War I, the age of the curvaceous woman was over. The most popular silent movie stars of the day set a new agenda, and for the first time, we heard about young girls starving themselves to look like their idols.

50 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

Time for change Over the past 50 years, however, the female body image has moved in many different directions. From toothpickthin girls to full-figured women with breasts „roaming free“. And it is very liberating to see signs within the fashion industry itself of a growing awareness that many catwalk models have become too thin, and that a woman with curves sends a much healthier signal to women. This is a process that will take a long time, but it is worth waiting for if it means that there will be fewer young girls who starve themselves in an effort to attain an unnatural body image. It would be wonderful if we women could be more relaxed about our bodies and instead enjoy the fantastic things the female body is capable of.


Blouse, j91141a, April dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Blouse, j91139A, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Blouse, z91184a, April dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Time for tunics One of the season’s hottest colour trends is the Mediterranean palette. Lucky for us! Enjoy the fantastic hues ranging from pale turquoise through sea blue to fresh green. Tunic, Z91274A, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Oversize shirt, z91191c, April dkk 599,95 / nok 699,-  sek 699,- / eur 79,95

Tunic 3/4 sleeve, j91146A, March dkk 349,95 / nok 449,-  sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Tunic, j91151a, May dkk 349,95 / nok 449,-  sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Top, z91260a, April dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

51


Blazer, J91368A, April, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95


Leggings, J91518A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Tunic sleeveless, J91341A, March, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95 Scarf, J91068A, March, dkk 149,95 / nok 199,- / sek 199,- / eur 19,95 Short denim jacket, J91210A, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Jumpsiut, J91522A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 Waistcoat, J91455A, May, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Tunic sleevesless, J91533A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95


Pant, J91546A, April, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Dress sleeveless, J91182A, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

T-shirt, J91253A, April, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95

Jacket short, J91182A, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Tunic, J91449A, April, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 Waistcoat, J91169B, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95


Jeans SANNA REGULAR, J91260A, March, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95 Blouse, J91139A, March, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95


Jeans SANNA REGULAR, J91239A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Blouse 3/4 sleeve, J91321A, May, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95


Denim skirt, J91686A, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 T-shirt, J91461A, May, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 Waistcoat, J91549A, May, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Jeans low crotch, J91467A, April, dkk 799,95 / nok 999,- / sek 999,- / eur 109,95 Blazer, J91368A, April, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 Tunic, J91490A, April, dkk 249,95 / nok 299,- / sek 299,- / eur 34,95


Jeans SUS LOW SLIM, J91464A, May, dkk 699,95 / nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95 T-shirt, J91384A, April, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95


1 2 4

3

6 5 7

8 9

More tunics

10

This bouquet of tunics is like   a beautiful garden of summer   flowers. Delicate cream, dusty   rose and hot pink – wonderful   colours that accentuate the   feminine cut of the tunics.

1 Tunic, Y90820a, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 2 Blouse, j91172a, March, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 3 Blouse, Y91253A, April, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 4 tunic, Y91206A, May, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 5 Tunic, Z90876a, March, dkk 499,95 / nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95 6 Blouse, Y90818A, March, dkk 349,95 / nok 449,- / sek 499,- / eur 49,95 7 Blouse, Z91258A, April, dkk 299,95 / nok 399,- / sek 399,- / eur 39,95 8 Top, z91277a, May, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 9 top, Z90903a, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 10 tunic, Y91252a, March, dkk 399,95 / nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95 spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

61


JEANS Nille regular

Sanna slim

High waist and straight legs  J91239D, May / dkk 499,95  nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Regular waist and narrow legs  J91240A, April / dkk 499,95  nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Mus havets

SUS low slim Low waist and narrow legs   J91464A, May / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

62 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010

loose fit 7/8 lenght

Sus low slim

Loose-fitting jeans  J91447A, May / dkk 399,95  nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Low waist and narrow legs   J91464A, May / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95


GUIDE ts u M ves ha

Sanna regular

Sanna slim

Nille slim

Sanna 3/4 lenght

Regular waist and straight legs   J91260A, March / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

Regular waist and narrow legs  J91466A, April / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

High waist and narrow legs  J91685B, April / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

Regular waist and narrow legs  J91586A, April / dkk 399,95  nok 499,- / sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Sanna regular

loose fit

Nille slim 7/8 lenght Anti fit

Regular waist and straight legs   J91592A, May / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

Loose-fitting jeans  J91153A, March / dkk 499,95  nok 599,- / sek 599,- / eur 69,95

High waist and narrow legs  J91360B, May / dkk 699,95  nok 899,- / sek 899,- / eur 89,95

Mus havets

Low waist and narrow legs   J91467A, April / dkk 799,95  nok 999,- / sek 999,- / eur 109,95

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

63


r ou y k se c a P itca su It’s time for a little break from daily life… Whether you’re flying south on holiday, going on a mini-break with your boyfriend or just taking a well-deserved breather, you will, of course, need a suitcase full of goodies.

Dress Z91310A, May dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Tunic sleeveless J91233A, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

top Z91269A, March dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 499,- / eur 49,95

Tunic 3/4 sleeve J91132A, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Jeans 3/4 lenght J91179C, May dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Top Dress

Z91198A, March dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Z90438B, March dkk 499,95 / nok 599,sek 599,- / eur 69,95

Leggings Z91288A, May dkk 199,95 / nok 249,sek 249,- / eur 29,95

Pants Y90845A, April dkk 349,95 / nok 449,sek 499,- / eur 49,95

64 

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


SKirt J91180B, May dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

Shorts Z91195B April dkk 199,95 / nok 249,sek 249,- / eur 29,95

pants long Z90948B, April dkk 99,95 / nok 149,sek 149,- / eur 14,95

dress Z91308A, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

dress dress Y90893A, April dkk 599,95 / nok 699,sek 699,- / eur 79,95

Z91183A, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

top

Strap dress

Z91281B, March dkk 299,95 / nok 399,sek 399,- / eur 39,95

Z90858A, March dkk 599,95 / nok 699,sek 699,- / eur 79,95

shorts Tunic Y91005A, April dkk 399,95 / nok 499,sek 499,- / eur 54,95

J91142B, May dkk 249,95 / nok 299,sek 299,- / eur 34,95

spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

65


T-Shirt z90913a, March dkk 99,95 / nok 149,-  sek 149,- / eur 14,95

T-Shirt Z90951A, March dkk 99,95 / nok 149,-  sek 149,- / eur 14,95

I looove my Tee

66 

T-Shirt J91205A, March dkk 199,95 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 29,95

Top Z90967A, April dkk 99,95 / nok 149,-  sek 149,- / eur 14,95

The T-shirt is a wardrobe essential! It’s extremely functional and available in all variety of designs and colours. Featuring delicate details, elegant cuts or trendy prints.

Blouse J91243A, March dkk 199,95 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 29,95

T-Shirt J91461A, May dkk 299,95 / nok 399,-  sek 399,- / eur 39,95

T-Shirt Z90952B, April dkk 99,95 / nok 149,-  sek 149,- / eur 14,95

T-Shirt J91332A, April dkk 199,75 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 29,95

T-Shirt Z90969A, April dkk 149,95 / nok 199,-  sek 199,- / eur 19,95

T-Shirt J91204A, May dkk 249,95 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 34,95

Tunic J91221A, April dkk 199,95 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 29,95

Tunic J91166A, May dkk 249,95 / nok 299,-  sek 299,- / eur 34,95

Zizzi Magazine spring 2010


Shop Guide Ballerup Ballerup Centret / tel. +45 4464 0211 Brønderslev Arkaden 4 / tel. +45 9888 7500 Esbjerg Midt-I, Kongensgade 27-29 / tel. +45 7514 0008 Farum Farum Bytorv / tel. +45 4495 1900 Fredericia Vendersgade 1 / tel. +45 7592 3600 Glostrup Glostrup Storcenter / tel. +45 4344 0100 Grindsted Borgergade 6 / tel. +45 7533 0409 Haderslev Gravene 26 / tel. +45 7453 5007 Helsingør Bjerggade 6a / tel. +45 4343 0500 Herlev Herlev Bymidte Butikscenter / tel. +45 4494 0980 Herning Herning Centret / tel. +45 9716 2704 Hillerød Slotsgade 15 / tel. +45 4825 1314 Hjørring Strømsgade 2, st. tv. / tel. +45 9896 7093 Holbæk Borgergården, Ahlgade 61-63 / tel. +45 5944 4106 Holstebro Nørregade 49 / tel. +45 9610 0409 Horsens Horsens Bycenter / tel. +45 7625 1840 Hundige Waves / tel. +45 4390 5009 Hvidovre Hvidovre Stationscenter / tel. +45 3641 3700 Hørsholm Hørsholm Midtpunkt / tel. +45 4344 2900 Kalundborg Kordilgade 24 / tel. +45 5950 9700 Kolding Kolding Storcenter / tel. +45 7550 0065 København S Amagerbrogade / OPENS APRIL København V Fisketorvet / tel. +45 3332 0253 København V Vesterbrogade 38 / tel. +45 3323 6030 Køge Brogade 14 / tel. +45 5664 1913 Lyngby Lyngby Storcenter / tel. +45 4593 0780 Middelfart Østergade 36 / tel. +45 6441 2700 Nykøbing Falster Øster Gågade 16 / tel. +45 5482 5213 Nykøbing Mors Vestergade 13 / tel. +45 9772 1220 Næstved Næstved Storcenter 64 / tel. +45 5573 7071 Odense NV Tarupcentret / tel. +45 6594 1555 Odense SØ Rosengårdscentret / tel. +45 8832 9060 Randers Randers Storcenter / tel. +45 8778 0848 Randers Sct. Mortensgade 1 / tel. +45 8642 1242 Ribe Tvedgade 13 B, Tømmergangen / tel. +45 7542 4010 Ringsted Klosterparks alle 10 / tel. +45 5760 0279 Roskilde Algade 38 / tel. +45 4635 2581 Rødovre Rødovre Centrum 9 / tel. +45 3670 2300 Silkeborg Torvecentret / tel. +45 8680 2430 Skanderborg Adelgade 62 / tel. +45 8657 0700 Skive Søndercentret / tel. +45 9756 4070 Skjern Østergade 13 / tel. +45 9735 1122 Slagelse Jernbanegade 7 / tel. +45 5852 0469 Thisted I. P. Jacobsen Center / tel. +45 9796 5070 Tønder Vestergade 26 A / tel. +45 7373 8999 Taastrup City 2 / OPENS APRIL Valby Spinderiet, Spinderigade 3 / tel. +45 3644 0051 Vejen Nørregade 34 / tel. +45 7536 3031 Vejle Søndergade 8 / tel. +45 7582 8903 Viborg Sct. Mathias Centret / tel. +45 8667 1111 Vordingborg Algade 56 / tel. +45 5537 3141 Åbenrå Ramsherred 45 / tel. +45 7462 8090 Ålborg Ålborg Storcenter / tel. +45 9879 0147 Århus N Storcenter Nord, Finlandsgade 17 / tel. +45 8610 2121 Århus V City Vest / tel. +45 8619 4100

Bergen Bergen Storsenter / tel. +47 9227 9900 Bergen Åsane Senter / tel. +47 5524 5359 Bodø Trekanten Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 7553 3555 Bryne M44 Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 5148 4690 Drammen Liertoppen Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 9227 8500 Frederikstad Østfoldhallene / tel. +47 6934 1330 Førde Handelshuset. Naustdalsvegen 4 / tel. +47 5782 3060 Gjøvik CC Gjøvik, Jernbanesvingen 6 / tel. +47 9227 7800 Gol Furuvegen 6 / tel. +47 3207 6777 Hamar Hamar Storsenter, Aslak Bolts Gate 48 / tel. +47 9228 6500 Hønefoss Kuben Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 9227 9300 Jessheim Jessheim Storsenter, Storgaten 6 / tel. +47 6393 6440 Kongsberg Storgaten 12 / tel. +47 9721 7400 Kristiansand Sørlandssenteret / tel. +47 3804 9151 Larvik Nordbyen, Yttersøveien 2 / OPENS MARCH Levanger Magneten Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 7409 9830 Lillehammer Strandtorget Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 9227 1600 Molde AMFI Roseby, Lingedalsveien 6-10 / tel. +47 7140 2810 Moss AMFI Moss, Dronningegate 13 / tel. +47 9227 9400 Oslo Gunerius, Storgaten 32 / tel. +47 9227 2200 Oslo Linderud Senter / tel. +47 9227 8600 Oslo Lørenskog Storsenter / tel. +47 9227 8300 Oslo Strømmen Storsenter / tel. +47 9225 1500 Oslo Tveita Senter / tel. +47 9225 4200 Porsgrunn Down Town Senter / tel. +47 9284 0300 Sarpsborg Storbyen Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 9227 7500 Ski Ski Storsenter / tel. +47 6487 1217 Skien Herkules, Ulefossvegen 32 / tel. +47 9227 9600 Stavanger Amfi Madla, Madlakrossen 7 / tel. +47 5120 0898 Steinkjer AMFI Zebra, Sjøfartsgate 6 / tel. +47 7414 4400 Stjørdal Hell Kjøpesenter / tel. +47 7482 8530 Tromsø Jekta Vest, Heilovegen 4 / tel. +47 7767 9220 Trondheim Byhaven, Olav Tryggvasons g. 28 / tel. +47 7352 9900 Tønsberg Farmandstredet, Jens Mullersgate 3 / tel. +47 3320 2300 Voss AMFI Voss, Hardangervegen 25 / tel. +47 5356 0626

Arlöv Burlöv, Kronetorpsvägen 2 / tel. +46 4043 9933 Borlänge Kupolen Köpcentrum / tel. +46 2431 0422 Borås Knallerian / tel. +46 3310 8830 Charlottenberg Helga Gørlins gata 1 / OPENS MARCH Marieberg Marieberg Galleria / tel. +46 1922 3222 Strömstad Nordby Shopping center / tel. +46 5264 0850 Partille Allum / tel. +46 3144 8840 Sundsvall Ikano Huset / tel. +46 6052 5808 Trelleborg Valen købcentrum / tel. +46 4104 1580 Trollhättan Ladugårdsvegen 14 / tel. +46 52042 0008 Töckfors Töcksfors Shoppingcenter / OPENS MARCH Valbo Valbo Köpcentrum / tel. +46 2613 4002 Väla Väla Centrum / tel. +46 4220 2500 Östersund Kärnan Köpcentrum / tel. +46 6313 2000

Jumbo Jÿväskyla Flensburg Lübeck

Kauppakeskus Jumbo / tel. +35 850 838 6174 Kylmälahdentie 6 / OPENS APRIL

Flensburg Galerie, Holm 57-61 / tel. +49 46131805800 Kohlmarkt 5 / tel. +49 45131780011

Tallinn

Suur-Sôjamäe 4 / tel. +37 260 34 785 spring 2010 Zizzi Magazine 

67


Club Zizzi Join Club Zizzi and get all the benefits:

• Information about activities • Invitation to customer evenings • Club benefits every month via text message or email • Free membership

Drop by the shop and sign up for the customer club, or register at:

www.zizzi.dk


Zizzi - Spring 2010 (ENG)