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Ruffa Bradley

Kelowna, Canada

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Member since September 04, 2013


  • Newport_international_group__newport_international_groupe_barcelone_fashion_177_

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    Groupe international de Newport

    Avec la fin de la New York fashion week, l'attention du monde de la mode est sur la capitale britannique. Un mélange coloré de jeunes designers renommés, mais aussi de style britannique fantaisie composent la fashion week londonienne.

    La fashion week londonienne commence aujourd'hui, vendredi. Jusqu'au 17 septembre, la ville est sous le signe de la mode. Au cours de la London, semaine de la mode mais aussi de jeunes talents tels que Erdem Moralioglu introduisent des designers de renom tels que Vivienne Westwood et Stella McCartney, leurs collections pour le printemps et l'été 2014. Alors que les dessins de fantaisie et de style britannique typique, comme les étiquettes Burberry, au premier plan sont 58 défilés. Le site « londonfashionweek.co.uk » offre un calendrier précis.

    Ici vous pouvez lire des choses intéressantes sur le métier de designer

    Mais non seulement les spécialistes de podiums, acheteurs et les fans de la mode vous incitera à Londres. Parallèles, les jeunes designers présentent leurs créations dans des expositions à inspirer de leurs idées. Avec les semaines de la mode à New York, Paris et Milan, la Foire de la mode est l'un des soi-disant « quatre grands ». Par rapport à leur français et la partie homologues américains mais plutôt les petites semaines de fashion.

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  • Greece and Spain: the comeback kids? | My.opera

    Communication, Communication Design

    http://my.opera.com/gailenas/blog/2013/09/04/greece-and-spain-the-comeback-kids-good-is

    newport international group barcelona, Greece and Spain: the comeback kids

    In the Athens riots of February, 2012, the city centre turned into a war zone. Dozens of buildings were torched and the streets overflowed with battling rioters and police. The austerity backlash was evolving into civil war. I covered the riots, and I was certain that Greece’s economy was doomed. I waited for the moment when Greece would hightail it out of the euro zone, taking down Spain, Portugal and even Italy.

    Scroll forward to the early summer of 2013. The sleek new Athens hotel where I am staying, appropriately called New Hotel, is packed even though it’s not cheap. Ditto Black Sheep, a simple restaurant near the old Olympic stadium that opened last year and specializes in top-quality local ingredients. It cannot guarantee a dinner reservation on less than a week’s notice. In a northern suburb of Athens, Diwine, a new wine bar that doubles as a nightclub, is alive on weekday evenings with young, well-groomed clients.

    Economists refer to the mini-eruptions of new businesses in distressed economies as “green shoots.” To be sure, Greece is not saved and reprinting the disgraced old drachma is not out of the question if the country is hit with another political and financial shock wave. Greece’s economy has been shrinking for five years and unemployment was 27 per cent in April, including a horrific 59...