They can also be designed with precious gemstones: rubies or black and white diamonds to name a few. Each pair is handmade and they are not currently in factory production. Other unique features, such as gold-plated lenses, make these sunglasses stand out from the crowd. For an extra special touch, Linda Farrow can also engrave the sunglasses with a personalised message. The service is already offered at selected outlets and department stores but will be a main focus of the Mount Street store.
The designer opened the doors to a New York flagship store, hosted a London Fashion Week show and expanded her Bond Street store to include a new bespoke floor. Anya has worked with architect Ilse Crawford to design both stores which launched this month. The V V team managed to meet Anya and managed to find out a bit more about the exciting developments to her successful fashion empire. V V: What do you define as bespoke? For me it is about sealing a moment in time and making something to treasure.
It was born out of my love for giving presents. V V: Do you have a must-have accessory you can't be without? In fact I pack them away one inside the other; my Georgiana clutch inside the Featherweight Ebury carry me through the day in to the evening — like a Russian doll effect! And my AH diary which contains all my lists. I would be lost without them. V V: What inspires your creations? People inspire me as well as architecture, travel and chocolate V V: If you could design a bag for anyone, who would it be?
H: Selfishly I love designing bags for myself as I am probably my most demanding and critical customer. V V: Why have you decided to have craftsmen in the stores? People these days have become too removed from the process. The craftsmen are the heroes in luxury, not the celebrities wearing the product.
V V: If you could have any message engraved on an item, what would it be? V V: Do you have a cherished bespoke possession? V V: What colours do you recommend for the winter? Despite all of her commitments, Patricia found some time to offer us an exclusive interview. PK: The main reason is that it is 50th anniversary of her death this year. Actually, it was not my idea; my friends and people who I work with came up with it.
They were sure I was up to it. Although Edith Piaf is an icon from another century, her songs have stood the test of time and so I wanted the show to be contemporary and modern using an urban style with elements of street and hip-hop dance. In my opinion, the most important thing was to show people her emotions: her love, her joy, her sadness, her pain when Marcel Cerdan died. I also know what it is to lose someone you love. I also wanted to reference important people in her life, such as Jean Cocteau.
Everything in my show is linked to her. It is not about copying her songs; I wanted them to be a part of me, and I brought my life experience to get those emotions.
We performed more than 90 shows and each one was very emotional. They say that the Russian language is one of the most difficult languages in the world. How did you manage it? PK: It was the phonetics that was difficult and I had to learn it with a tutor. Ah, it was horrible! The thing is, when you record a song in a studio you can stop and start it again, but I was singing the whole song live on stage by myself. V V: You have performed in Russia several times.
What are your impressions of Russian audiences? PK: Good, very good. I like Russian audiences. Sometimes, I find them too quiet, but for me it shows certain kind of respect.
In general, Russian audiences are also very loyal. V V: You have been famous all over the world for more than 20 years. What is the secret of your success? PK: I think my strong character, my passion and a dream to become a singer have been the key factors of my success. Every time I do the show I perform my best and I also try to bring my shows to small towns.
My contract with L'Etoile has given me more of those opportunities. Also, a lot of things have been going on in my life for the last three years.
I wrote my autobiography which was an interesting experience because it made me realise what I was ready to say about my life and how far I was prepared to go. It was important to me, a kind of a therapy almost. Then I starred in a movie in a dramatic role which was very emotional and hard to play; I played a mother who lost her daughter. V V: Apart from your fabulous voice, you look amazing. Tell us please about your beauty secrets.
PK: The main secret, in my opinion, is happiness that comes from the inside. V V: You look stunning on stage, but what everyday clothes do you like to wear? PK: I have a casual style, but I always try to have one nice accessory or an unusual bag. When I wear jeans, for instance, I like to have some high heels on. I also like to V V: You mentioned in an interview that you have a lot of shoes. Which are your most comfortable?
PK: Ugg style shoes, of course. Big flat shoes are the most comfortable. PK: I must say that it was a very difficult process. We started working on a flacon design first. I wanted it to reflect my personality and to explain that I had to invite the designers to my flat, which I decorated myself. I love to use a contrast of black and white colours with a touch of red in an interior design. I prefer a more modern style, but one which includes classic elements. Once we decided on a design, we started working on the fragrance itself.
We had about four appointments with a perfumer before I decided to bring all my favourite perfumed cosmetics that I use every day to help us to find the perfect fragrance. V V: A lot of celebrities launch their own fashion brands these days. Have you ever thought of doing it? If so, what kind of clothes or shoe line would it be?
After my experience with the perfume, I can see how far I would be able to go and how I would be able to balance all my music and movie commitments with other creative projects. V V: You once mentioned that sometimes you enjoy just sitting alone in silence. Is there a place other than your home where you feel completely comfortable? PK: Oh yes, I love being at home on my own. I really savour it because I travel too much.
My friends do not see me very often and they always complain about it. I like silence and I think there are a lot of different kinds of silence. I enjoy silence on the street, silence in a park, silence in a hotel room — silence is a kind of meditation for me.
V V: Are there any places in the world you would like to visit? PK: Well, there are a lot. I have been to so many countries and I have visited so many places, but I have never had the chance to explore them as a tourist.
I have never been to Argentina, Mexico, Brazil… It would be great to visit those places. Celebrity hairdresser Matthew David opened the doors to his bespoke hair salon in the heart of London's Mayfair over a year ago. Now, the salon runs over two floors and offers hairdressing services tailored to every client's individual needs.
The salon which is situated in Duke Street boasts an entire floor downstairs which can be hired privately and is equipped with its own nail station and barbering room. Matthew and his team can count many celebrities, models and royalty as clients to the salon and he is often travelling to do session shoots as well as styling hair for many campaigns and magazines.
The V V team managed to catch him despite his busy schedule for some advice on hair trends for the winter. For those who are blonde, I suggest you lift the colour of the hair to make it brighter and go for creamier tones. The best thing to do is to use silicon based products that will open and smooth the hair cuticles to prevent frizz.
Argon oil, for example, is a great way to moisturise the hair. V V: Do you have a must-have quick fix? Every woman should carry a miniature spray in their bag for those last minute touch ups. V V: Are there any trends for the winter? Off-centred pony tails and plaits are also a great way of making an effortless-looking style.
V V: Any advice for men? I recommend using matt products such as a hard wax. Direction Why do locals love Truffe? Sure because of its effortless elegance, divine natural flavours and friendly atmosphere. But there must be something else, a secret, no? These include the legendary Werner in Tartu and Fabrik in Tallinn, which has only been open for a year, but has already reached the top of Estonian restaurants as well as the Nordic White Guide list.
Joel is also a partner at the Gustav patisserie and bakery and owns an eponymously named food chain that produces casseroles and quiches. Joel is an initiator, partner, and chef. He has built up a true Estonian empire that provides jobs to more than people, whom Joel cannot appreciate enough.
Chefs, cooks, barmen, waiters — they are all part of his success. As of this summer, Truffe is bigger and fresher thanks to renovation works. Before it seated 70 people, now it is almost twice as big and can serve guests. It also offers more variety of spaces for private celebrations such as birthdays.
Plus, there is now a summer terrace that seats people. Oh yes, while sitting at the tall wide window of the restaurant, I discovered another secret — it is also a great place to observe the Tartu life. On a weekday it is still possible to spontaneously walk in and get a table, but at the weekend, be sure to book ahead.
For him, it meant diving head first into a new world. To set up the meat restaurant, he travelled around the world — including visiting Brazilian veal farms — to see where ingredients came from and learn the specialty of each piece.
All this only to provide the best dining experience and ensure no one who eats at Meat Market ever leaves disappointed. So far, everybody is satisfied. The student life, bohemian vibe, wonderful street art and neighbourhoods of wooden houses create a good atmosphere. Supilinn Soup town , for example, is close to the centre and easy to visit on foot, by bike or even a scooter, as is Karlova with its cosy cafes and creative hub Aparaaditehas www. A more traditional art experience can be had at the Tartu Kunstimuuseum www.
Its satellite, EstCube-1, was launched in May , making Estonia the 41st space nation in the world. From November 25, backstage life of the film world will be explored. The new Estonian National Museum www. A math room, workshops, historical medicine collection, science theatre and planetarium are just a few examples of the fun it offers. Near Tartu, visit the Aviation Museum www. V Spa Hotel www. Festival: Fall of the Leaf Music www. Daring to be different enter the building and see reception.
Pleasant aromas waft in from the adjacent cafeteria. On first look, the building seems to be a simple, but good quality, hotel. But why is it called a hostel?
Hektor Design Hostel in the vibrant student-city of Tartu, Estonia, is a new breed of accommodation and has delivered a breath of fresh air into travelling on a budget. The concept is smart. Everything is simple, clean and all the basic needs for a comfortable stay are provided. Almost every room has a kitchenette, and if you need anything more, then you ask and you get.
If you are a hostel price. Hektor Design Hostel effortlessly combines hotel quality with hostel prices. You pay only for the things you use and need. If you would like to visit the gym, you can buy access or visit the yoga room that is gaining in popularity by the day. So if you want just a bed to crash, then you get only a bed, surrounded with a beautiful and modern room. By the way, every room in the house is different. The hostel is in an old commercial space and warehouse built in the s.
The hostel service can accommodate both short and long-term guests. It awarded Berlin the title of City of Design — which came as no surprise to art lovers who have long flocked to the German capital.
This makes it the largest gallery city in all of Europe, with some 5, visual artists calling it home. Founded in , the eight storey-high sales floor stretches over 60,sqm — equal to nine football pitches. Sixty-four escalators and 26 lifts move more than 80, shoppers around the store each day; 40 per cent of them are tourists. The gourmet food department is particularly famous.
It alone covers 7,sqm, offers some 34, different products and is the largest food department in Europe and the second largest in the world. Corners of houses, 64 Direction. Unconventional forms of art such as urban knitting and guerrilla gardening offer new options for aesthetic expression that serve the common good. Public art inspires Berliners and visitors alike. It makes the cityscape more colourful and can be appreciated by everyone.
Even Banksy has been immortalized in Berlin. As a design museum, it presents key works in a building designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius; as an international research facility, it examines the history and influence of the Bauhaus. At the same time, the Bauhaus-Archiv has increasingly committed itself to questions related to contemporary architecture and current developments in design. In addition to its permanent collection, the Bauhaus-Archiv also presents several special exhibitions a year in a sqm space.
These exhibitions are devoted to historical themes related to the Bauhaus as well as current architecture and design. Where is the bathroom? Does someone there speak English? Who speaks English? Good morning. How are you doing? How are you getting along? How is it going? What's up? It's nice to meet you. I'm glad to see you again. What's new? Long time no see. I am pleased to do so. Saying goodbye Goodbye.
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