I’ve made up my mind, maybe I’m a different breed…the perfect hybrid!
I love simplicity in fashion but hate simple thinking individuals, I crave certain brands but I don’t make them my goals, I love this blog and all of you but there are certain people and events in my life that I keep to myself and most important of all, I gossip but very rare judge.
Ok, ok, relax, I’ll stop bragging!
Moving on with our daily agenda… here’s a new thing you should hear about! At least you can give me that…I tell you guys only the coolest things you should search for or invest in.
Now, you might tend to say here’s another alternative fashion/cultural magazine…
Well my friend, you are positively right! Here’s another alternative/fashion/cultural magazine! Started online, ended up in print. Great hell of a deal, I might say! (and I’m not a bit ironical)
They called it ALL HOLLOW
If you are somehow related to this field – called here figuratively “fashion” – you have heard about ID, Numero, WWD, Purple, Love and so on.
Some of them don’t actually say something meaningful, they sell themselves as an underground alternative to the mainstream ones. But when we find one that actually does and on top of it it’s a Romanian one, well my friend, that is a moment of glory!
I love what Barna wrote in the editor’s letter. Modesty in creative people is a very rare quality!
They aimed for non commercial and they actually did it! With common sense, originality and passion. I loved Veronica’s daring and Monica Birladeanu proved that simplicity is only for the sophisticated ones. So did Oana and Bianca with the impeccable styling.
Before I go I have a surprise for you! – ha! And you were about to say that I’m not jolly anymore!
You all heard about Moleskine, no?
As documented by many art collections and museums, in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, these nameless notebooks became a prominent creative tool for avant-garde artists who enjoyed drawing and writing outdoors; putting down impressions on paper; painting from life in the streets and cafés; and capturing scenes, ideas, and emotions.
Among artists who used similar black notebooks were Oscar Wilde, Picasso, Hemingway, Matisse and Van Gogh.
All you have to do is:
We’ll have a winner, on Friday, the 27th.
Till then visit their online library, from art and fashion albums to all sorts of books, you’ll find everything! And their delivery services are among the most efficient I’ve seen in this field.
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