Posts tagged with ‘Art’

  • The perfect fabric: Assuit, Asyut, Tulle bi telli…

    How many times have you desired an old Assuit panel in your wardrobe? Today I’ll tell you a little bit about...

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  • We want it back: 1920 Egyptian revival jewelry

    We’re not worried because we know it’ll be right back! Fortunately, the Egyptian revival jewelry trend returns every few decades. This topic...

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  • La Catrina and José Posada

    November 1, Halloween is close and I need to talk about José G.Posada and the Mexican folklore. A Mexican...

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  • We want it back! African trade beads

    If you are a super fan of antique ornaments like me, I’m sure you were interested in African trade...

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  • Sarah Bernhardt: The queen of drama

    Sarah Bernhardt was the first global superstar, with huge fan crowds in Europe and America. Mark Twain said: “There...

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  • bill willis

    The great interior designer, Bill Willis

    Bill Willis (1937-2009) was one of the most influential interior designers of the XXI century. He’s certainly the father...

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  • Erté, the Art Deco genius

    Erté (French pronunciation of his initials R and T) is the pseudonym of the Russian artist Romain de Tirtoff. He...

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  • Vali Myers, the first boho “it girl”

    Today, August 2, we celebrate 84 years from the birth of Vali Myers, an exceptional woman, a free and transgressive spirit that was ahead of its time. Born...

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  • Koloman Moser

    Koloman Moser

    Koloman Moser (1868-1918) was an Austrian multidisciplinary artist of the early twentieth century. In 1897, along with Gustav Klimt, he...

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