He has recovered many stolen art and antique masterpieces among which are ‘Adolescence’ by Salvador Dali, two bronze horse sculptures, by Josef Thorak, that flanked the door of Hitler’s Reichstag, 1300-year-old Peruvian artifacts, and now St. Mark’s mosaic stolen from the Kanakaria church in Cyprus in 1974 after the turks invasion. Arthur Brand, also known as ‘Indiana Jones of the art world’, is passionate about art history and is serious about keeping his word.
When you see so much energy and passion for life, you feel like that is the way things should go. Stay fit, stay open-minded and be truthful to yourself. Ray Woolley proves with his way of life and his personal records that all is possible.
Marios Kyriazis – a fourth generation medical doctor, a biomedical gerontologist, the Nobel Prize nominee, the Man of the Year (2017), author of more than 1000 articles, owner of the Kyriazis Medical Museum in Larnaca.
We met at the traditional mansion in the centre of Larnaca which is now occupied by the Kyriazis Medical Museum named by its owner. The white hall with colourful floor tiles leads from the entrance to the backyard. Dr Marios Kyriazis comes out from the second room on the right side and greets me with a handshake. The first things I see in the room are huge portraits.
It is easy to answer ‘what a girl wants’ question if you are a jewellery company that owns several mono and multi brands boutiques. Gold Union is the official distributor of luxury jewellery in Russia. It’s collection has masterpieces from Boucheron, Korloff, Palmiero, Mattia Cielo, Mariani, Gavello, Crow’s Nest, Van Der Bauwede, Tirisi, Mandgiarotti, Oro Trend, Yoko London brands.
St. Petersburg’s white nights are the key to every successful event, especially fashion one. Closing this spring season, Igor Chapurin, one of the greatest designers of modern Russia, presented his 2018/2019 collection in the Central Exhibition Hall of the Northern Capital. All guests in total black, champagne, old friends and he, who took the first prize in the competition of young designers organised by Nina Ricci in 1992.
That is true. When I first saw the Off-White Fall 2018 fashion show I realised, I’m ready to wear each piece of the collection. It’s so juicy, feminine, comfortable and looks like a real wardrobe of a fashionista. The collection was inspired by a New York girl who does business on weekdays and rides horses, goes shopping at the end of the week. She is powerful, self-motivated, knows her strong sides and never afraid of showing her girlish blush. Not a superman in a skirt, but so alive and inspiring for others.
Italian brand Pinko founded in the 1980s attracted world’s attention by its ‘fast fashion’ lines and high-quality production. It always stood for up-to-date trends and competitive pricing. Later on, the brand switched to creating recognizable core collections and interact with supermodels who were true fashion icons. Naomi Campbell, Michelle Wood, Elle McPherson, Eva Herzigova — these are the names of celebrity fashionistas who took part in Pinko promotional campaigns.
Street trends lead nowadays fashion. Streetstyle is unique, fresh and you won’t meet two fashionistas dressed in the same clothes, as you can sometimes see after runway shows. They may use the same accessories, shoes or apparel but there always will be a cherry on the cake that distinguishes and accents girl’s own style. Fashion Weeks around the world have the magic of street style. Paris, London, Milan, New York. Photographers get inspired by fashionistas’ imagination and temper and present us a selection of even more colourful and bold shoots than the shows themselves. Today a well-known street style photographer TheStreetPie shared her own story of fashion events, travelling and how she sees the world through the lens. This girl’s life is truly inspiring — well-educated, pursues her dreams, finds motivation in everything she does and makes it all a success!
Knitwear is always a good idea. It could warm you up when it’s cold outside and add more style to your look (no limits to perfection, right?). I love the way it makes me feel cosy and weightless. And knitwear goes pretty much with anything.