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What a millennial must be able to survive in the modern world

13th November 2019

SHARE The generation born between 1980 and 2000 is the engine of the modern world. They rely on the economy and the entertainment industry. But is it so easy to be born and form at the turn of the eras? We list the skills that will brighten up the difficult fate of the millennials. Be […]

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How Stella McCartney Changes the Fashion World for the Better

13th September 2019

Stella McCartney is not only the daughter of Sir Paul McCartney and fashion photographer Linda Eastman, but also a doctor of law, an animal and environmental advocate, a world-renowned designer whose clothes have become a real cult for classy fashion designers around the world, and winner of an award for innovation and outstanding a contribution […]

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What Sonia Rykiel has done for the fashion world

27th July 2019

The fashion house Sonia Rykiel briefly outlived its founder (the designer passed away in 2016). The Paris court decided to liquidate it after it failed to find a new investor – all potential candidates were deemed financially unreliable, and the brand already had enough debts. Even before the death of Sonia Rykiel in 2016, the […]

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BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE VIOLATE THE WORLD EQUILIBRIUM

12th July 2019

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE VIOLATE THE WORLD EQUILIBRIUM

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Provence, Farm and the 80s: What does the world of Simon Port Jacmeus consist of

25th June 2019

Heart thief and favorite designer of the entire fashion industry – Simon Port Jacmus dresses the main it-girls of the world, dedicates the collections to his mother (and France) and says that at any moment he can close the brand and become a farmer in Provence. If you believe biographies on Instagram, Simon loves blue […]

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In the footsteps of Michelangelo: How does classical sculpture survive in the modern world?

23rd May 2019

White marble from Carrara is synonymous with the Italian Renaissance. Donatello, Michelangelo and Raffaello created their masterpieces from Carrara marble, and Bernini and Borromini embodied their architectural concepts in it. The Roman Pantheon, “David” by Michelangelo and other Italian masterpieces were made of precisely this stone. Not surprisingly, it was in Carrara in 1863 that […]

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