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26 Jan

Emma Chamberlain- You Tube veteran

Emma Chamberlain- You Tube veteran Growing up in 21st century means to watch a lot of videos and make them, too. Emma Chamberlain did it as well and in 2017 changed the world of online video and created her online empire. It is curious that her audience is more than 10 millions but it feels like she’s sharing her life only with you. “I remember when I first started making YouTube videos, I was kind of emulating the style of the time, which for girls my age was make-up and clothing-focussed, and very pristinely produced. I loved consuming that content. But I had this epiphany where I was like, why am I doing this? There’s no need to be emulating what’s already there. So what do...
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6 Jan

Eve Babitz – Girl of California in 70’s

Eve Babitz - Girl of California in 70’s. Eve Babitz - a hedonist with a notebook, a muse, a bookworm, a party girl, a master of entrance, a journalist and an artist. She always wanted to feel luxuriously involved in an unsolvable mystery, her favorite way to feel alive. We could see her naked on the iconic photo of  Julien Wasser.  Two brilliant minds,  Eve Babitz and Marcel Duchamp, the father of Conceptual art, playing chess. Eve was immortalized as the nude beauty facing down Duchamp. In the light of the picture was shot, Babitz was 20-year old “It” girl in Los Angeles of 70’s. “It takes a certain kind of innocence to like L.A., anyway. It requires a certain plain happiness inside to be happy in L.A.,...
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15 Dec

Odile Decq – Space, freedom and body.

Odile Decq - Space, freedom and body. Odile Decq's aesthetic is both contrast and continuity. Her mission is to find continuity into a context.  Her  work is joyful, sensual, and intuitive. Decq's biggest wish is to reintroduce architecture as a central core in the world. “In the Académie des Beaux-Arts teaches that architecture is the mother of all arts, but in my opinion it is much more than that. It goes beyond designing objects, for it is also about sociology, politics, geography, economics, law etc.. We have to bring these disciplines together into a synthesis that addresses all the relevant issues. This synthesis generates an idea, and this idea is the project. The idea is more than the building, because it deals with all the scales involved from the smallest details...
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8 Dec

Joanna Gong in breathtaking business

Joanna Gong in breathtaking business. What is jewellery? A perfect spice, and ice on the cake, a fairytale, a little peace that makes you unique, a good vibe, a happiness in the box, the best friend, an obsession… What was first jewellery impression for Joanna Gong, private sales director, gemologist and jewelry specialist at Sotheby’s? As a little girl, she was attracted with the arms-and-armor collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. “Even if it wasn’t considered jewellery, my first love in metal crafts was a wearable piece of metal, tied to the function of the body. " Her breath was completely taken away after spending hours trying to understand the mechanism of the details. Nowadays she prefers antique jewellery and the contemporary design...
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4 Nov

Tunde Oyeneyin -Just S.P.E.A.K.

Tunde Oyeneyin - Just S.P.E.A.K. "When you live a life, it should be a life of service. A life of service is lived in purpose, on purpose and of purpose. My purpose is to speak” - says Peloton trainer and public speaker Tunde Oyeneyin. According to her life manifesto S.P.E.A.K. also could be Surrender Power Empathy Authenticity Knowledge Nowadays Tunde is working on the soul care. It sounds luxury but in fact it‘s time to do something for the good of the soul. But at the very beginning it was not so nice and easy. As a young she has always been the biggest girl in class. “I was plus-size growing up. I was also the darkest person, and chubby at school, so I stood out. As a kid, the last...
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21 Oct

Ivy Getty – It girl on the rise

Ivy Getty - It girl on the rise “My style is a mix of my dad’s rock-star style and classicism from my grandmother” – says Ivy Getty, jet-setting scion, artist, model, socialite and oil heiress. Ivy launched her modeling career with Ford Models. After attending Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Ivy Getty moved to New York and modelled for the young designers. Imagine her sitting barefoot on a silk velvet sofa in her family home overlooking San Francisco Bay or in the penthouse in Lower Manhattan. Young lady has grown up among paintings by Utrillo, Degas, Renoir, Monet, Cezanne and Matisse. Her turquoise eyes were impressed by Getty’s family collections of fragile Chinese porcelain and rare English and French antiquites. “I collect vintage fashions, and especially...
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