The beautiful shoes of your choise are too tight and your comfortable shoes are too simple for being an eye catcher. It’s no more problem! Klaus Niehaus, art-shoe-designer of the brand Shoe-Art, can solve this issue. He can make a … Continue reading
The sun is shining, the trees cover themselves with young light green leaves, the first flowers have bloomed, the birds are chirping and everything seems to be beautiful and peaceful.
Happy Easter Holidays! ))
Anselm Feuerbach was one of the most important German painters of the second half of the 19th Century. In his works Feuerbach depicted ancient objects in the garb of his modern. Accordingly, Freurbach’s muses are the reminiscence of Greek goddesses … Continue reading
Visited The Chanel Legend exhibition and blown away by Willard Wigan’s Tiny World. Absolutely stunning!
Actually, my girlfriend and me were in the Museum for Arts and Crafts to visit The Chanel Legend exhibition (experience here). On leaving the exhibition, we happened to be in a different room by chance. It looked very strange full of microscopes like in a scientific institute. We wanted to pass it, but our curiosity was stronger. You know the microscope is there and you eager to look inside. In fact we expected nothing interesting for us at most bacteria or microbes which you associate with microscopes. We were blown away by what we saw! Continue reading
The Chanel Legend exhibition was opened in MKG recently.
I attend the French course, just for fun (never thought that French can inspire me so much)! The point is I’ve got acquainted with a girl, who works in the Museum for Arts and Crafts. She gave me a tip, that there is an exhibition to (Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel) Coco Chanel at the moment. Funny, but it matched so well thematically to my French lessons.
Coco Chanel – the greatest fashion designer of the 20th century. Chanel suits and perfume Chanel No. 5 are associated with her name. She established the “little black dress”, which was presented in Continue reading