No, I am not referring to the French fashion house founded by monsieur Louis Vuitton in 1854 on Rue Neuve des Capucines in Paris. I am talking about another pride of the French capital – the Fondation Louis Vuitton.
Every summer, people from around the world gather in Amsterdam to celebrate freedom, equality, love and diversity. Attracting hundreds of thousands of spectators, Amsterdam Gay Pride is, without a doubt, one of Holland’s hottest publicly-held events of the year.
In July Austrian capital welcomed one of the living phenomenons of world’s contemporary art scene, Ai Weiwei, to present his newest exhibition entitled translocation - transformation. Spread throughout the Belvedere museum complex, the exhibit features a uniquely comprehensive body of work of this Chinese conceptual artist.
Today, I’m sharing with you coverage of my experience at The London Design Festival. For those of you who don’t know, LDF is an annual event that aims to, as the title suggests, celebrate creativity and all things design. The week-long festival takes place in London towards the end of September and is considered one of the world’s leading design-related events.
After a frosty morning of constant shivering, two packs of peanuts and one hour on a plane I am back home again.
I am using the word ‘again’, because the last few days I spent with a friend of mine enjoying the city of Berlin. Our trip had started on Wednesday and lasted until earlier today. And as it’s only been few hours that we left the German’s capital, the city is still very much on my mind. Therefore, I’m turning this into a productive afternoon and using my Berlin-occupied brain to write a new blog post. So, here we go: A little taste of Berlin from me to you.