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TOP 10 GETAWAY TRIPS TO MAKE THIS WINTER

With the winter holidays approaching, the one word we're all thinking of is vacation. Whether you're looking to go somewhere that resembles a real-life snow globe, or you want to get away from the cold and soak in the sun, take advantage of the various deals that are currently going. Save up to 50% off for your Thanksgiving travels, and save up to 20%…

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IGOR ESKINJA EXHIBIT AT ADNGALERIA – BARCELONA – MAY 25 – JULY 28

Igor Eškinja Right Constructions  May 25th  to July 28 th , 2012 ANGgaleria Barcelona  After Fugaz (2008) and Nowheristan (2010), Igor Eškinja will open on May 25th, 2012 his third personal exhibition at ADNGalería, Right Constructions. The photographic compositions and installations displayed in Right Constructions transversally address the notion of construction as a creative principle and,…

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FRACTURE AT MINDPIRATES – BERLIN – APRIL 28 – MAY 18

Galerie Gabriel Rolt and Paradise Row have come together to create a new pop-up exhibition at the Mindpirates gallery in Berlin called Fracture.  The exhibition, which includes a divers range of artistic mediums and styles, will coincide with the gallery weekend held annually in Berlin.  The exhibition is focused around the theme of ruptures and…

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AMAYA ARZUAGA – PARIS F/W 2012 FASHION SHOW AND BACKSTAGE

Amaya Arzuaga’s Fall 2012 collection was shown in the sumptuous Spanish embassy, a highly appropriate venue considering Arzuaga’s Spanish background and design influence.  Sonia Delaunay’s paintings and textiles inspired the looks in the collection, as well as the artistic movement started by Sonia’s husband, Robert Delaunay, called Orphism.  Sonia’s artwork was translated into the garments…

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EMILIO DE LA MORENA – LONDON F/W 2012 FASHION SHOW AND BACKSTAGE INTERVIEW

EMILIO DE LA MORENA - LONDON F/W 2012 RUNWAY The A/W 2012-13 collection marked Emilio de la Morena’s return to his Spanish heritage, drawing inspiration from historical Spanish garments.  The traditional costume de ceremonia worn by Spanish royalty was translated into long, structured skirts, voluminous sculptural coats, cinched waists, and oversized hoods.  The color palette was…

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