Anonymous beautiful faces from around the world with amazing style. Their fashion flair is undeniable. It reminds you how strongly we are inspired by them in the world of fashion.
The styles or the looks that we admire on Paris, London, NY or Milan catwalks simply interpret the fashion flair coming from these different parts of the world.
As the expression goes “The devil is in the detail ” and here the details are paramount: tattoos, patterns, paisley, ornaments, beads, feathers, shells, batik, sheepskin lining, silks, painted faces, layered fabric, mix and match, florals, stripes – the list is endless.
A style is so personal, so defining.
Each of their styles is a feast for the eyes.
“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” – Buddha
Mill+’s blog, is the creative studio responsible for the Show Package, Nomination Package, and In Memoriam Sequence.
Created by creative directors Manija Emran and Henry Hobson, each poster was “specifically designed to echo the concept and tell the individual story of each nominee”.
My personal favourite…after all it was all about the hair
The first in Russia private museum dedicated to the famous jeweler Carl Faberge has opened in St. Petersburg. Works of the Russian jewelry art of late XIX – early XX centuries are on show. The unique collection belongs to the cultural historic Link of Times Foundation set up by the billionaire Victor Vekselberg.
A major new cultural venue opened in São Paulo in November 2013 in the form of Red Bull Station, in the heart of the city’s downtown in a stunningly repurposed, previously neglected 1920s building.
Two main differences mark Red Bull Station out from the rest of the city’s sterling array of cultural hubs: it was conceived as a space for the production of culture, in the form of music and art, rather than as a platform for ready-made exhibitions and shows; and it’s sponsored – or to be more exact, 100 per cent paid for – by the makers of a well-known energy drink. via TimeOut