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November 2017



This is not a fashion pictorial. It is about being the light in a crowd. Fashion is not something that reflects in clothes only – it is the light. Fashion can empower you, fashion is trust, it is a statement …



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Merz b. Schwanen | The Expression of Gratitude for the Good Moments in Life


Quality, Character, Tradition, Authenticity define a style that in the past 20 years has shaped an established niche in the fashion industry. Sustainable textiles and materials, traditional manufacturing techniques, a close cultural and geographical link between design and production, passion and love for the process and the people involved, are principles that stand behind the philosophy this niche promotes.

And Merz b. Schwanen is a well-known name in this industry.

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[People & Objects] ANDA ROMAN | Flag Halyard Lounge Chair by Hans Wegner


Why did you choose the Flag Halyard lounge chair designed by Hans Wegner?

I chose the Flag Halyard lounge chair designed by Hans Wegner because it is my favourite object. It was love at first sight when I saw it in Copenhagen two and a half years ago. Keep Reading

[Interview] CARMEN CASIUC | Nicodim Gallery, Bucharest


What does an artistic director of an art gallery do? What are your duties and responsibilities?

I started working at Nicodim Gallery four months ago, when Mihai Nicodim proposed this collaboration having in mind to increase awareness of the gallery’s activities within the local and international art scene. It was already a known fact that Mihai has an eccentric taste and the irreverence to show artists and curatorial projects which exuberantly question the contemporary cultural and political status quo. Now we want to become even more uncomfortable and capture within the gallery space the complex dynamics of contemporary life. And that’s one of my duties: to seize new collaborations with artists of the younger generation, curators and galleries from Europe who would articulate our gallery’s discourse on contemporary art and its role today. At present, we are working on the publication of two exhibition books for The Basilisk and The Hierophant, curated by Aaron Moulton – a pseudo-scientific exercise in participative anthropology –, for which I contributed a text on self-fulfilling prophecies in our present landscape. For Ecaterina Vrana’ solo show, I wrote the exhibition text, installed the show and communicated the event. So, I ensure that our fantasies invade the reality and experiment with the challenges it brings along each day – I’ll come back with an experience journal on my first work anniversary. Keep Reading

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