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LITHUANIAN CONCEPTUAL JEWELLERY

100

French Recommendations FASHION & STYLE

PARIS: hours spent shopping COOL HUNTING

FAWAZ GRUOSI:

the Godfather of Black Diamonds

JURGITA Modeling and Fashion magazine Issue 1 / 2012

EDITORIAL Publisher & Founder Ugnius Kiguolis, Jurgita Kiguole Editor-in-chief Sandra Kliukaite Fashion & Art Editor Reda Mickeviciute Senior Designer Justina Juozenaite Advertising Director Milda Zeimiene Photographers Natalie Berezina, Ausra Osipaviciute, Reda Mickeviciute

COVER Photography Natalie Berezina. Make Up Anastasija Kobrinska. Model Modesta (“Supermodels�). You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com Contact Us jurgita@jurgita.com

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PC „Akropolis” PC „Akropolis” PC „Akropolis” Karaliaus Mindaugo pr. 49 Taikos pr. 61 Ozo g. 25 Kaunas Klaipėda Vilnius

PC „Akropolis” Aido g. 8 Šiauliai

PC „Ozas“ Ozo g. 18 Vilnius

PC „Mega” Islandijos pl. 32 Kaunas

PC „Babilonas” PC „HYPER MAXIMA” V. Kudirkos g. 3 Savitiškio g. 61 Marijampolė Panevėžys

SUMMARY 3 EDITORIAL 5 SUMMARY 6 PHOTOSESSION // Natalie's Tribute to Paris 10 FASHION & STYLE / OUTFIT 14 FASHION & STYLE / TRENDS // Black versus White 16 FASHION & STYLE / TRENDS // Brightly 18 FASHION & STYLE / TRENDS // Vintage 20 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // PARIS: hours spent shopping 20 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // Hermès – probably the most expensive handbags in the world 21 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // Crystal and world’s most expensive perfumes 21 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // Paris in your mouth 22 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // The Chanel planet 23 FASHION & STYLE / SHOPPING // Colette vs. Merci – design that rocks 24 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: F.R.A.N.C.E. 26 PHOTOSESSION // RE: 34 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: O.C.E.A.N. 36 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: G.E.O.G.R.A.P.H.Y. 38 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: J.U.N.G.L.E. 40 FASHION & STYLE / TRENDS // Jungle 44 PHOTOSESSION // Visionaire 52 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: F.E.T.I.S.H. 54 DESIGN / MADE IN LITHUANIA // LITHUANIAN CONCEPTUAL JEWELLERY 54 DESIGN / MADE IN LITHUANIA // “aka jewellery” – the tandem of jewellery alchemists from New York 56 DESIGN / MADE IN LITHUANIA // Dark intellectual jewellery: the Our Darkest Desires collection 58 FASHION & STYLE / EVENT // “Fashion Infection” 2012 60 DESIGN / MADE IN LITHUANIA // LITHUANIAN DESIGN II 64 FASHION & STYLE / HEROES // Fawaz Gruosi: the Godfather of Black Diamonds 68 PHOTOSESSION // The Fashion Pawn 76 FASHION & STYLE / HEROES // A runway by Juozas Statkevičius: from white Mercedes to... white Horse 80 FASHION & STYLE / TRENDS // The Old Hollywood 84 PHOTOSESSION // WHITE CROW 90 STYLE & LEISURE // 100 French Recommendations: Fashion, Food, Cinema and Street 96 DESIGN / COOL HUNTING // Inspiration: K.I.T.C.H.E.N. 98 FASHION & STYLE / CATWALK // Autumn/Winter 2012-2013

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Bra “Lindex” (www.lindex.com). Leather belt by Ritvars Caunitis. Shoes by Steve Madden.

Natalie's Tribute

to Paris

Photography Natalie Berezina.

Make Up Anastasija Kobrinska.

Model Modesta (“Supermodels”). You Can Be Here.

Join Us On www.jurgita.com

Bra “Lindex” (www.lindex.com). Leather Belt by Ritvars Caunitis.

Leather bracelets by Ritvars Caunitis.

Dress “Coco Culte” (www.cococulte.com). Leather bracelets by Ritvars Caunitis. Shoes “Zara” (www.zara.com).

FASHION & STYLE outfit

ONLINE “Albino” (www.maisonalbino.com), “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Balmain” (www.balmain.com), “Jaeger London” (www.jaeger.co.uk), “Pilgrim” (www.pilgrim.dk), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

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1. Bracelet “Pilgrim” ~$ 55 2. Sunglasses “Asos” ~$ 22 3. T-Shirt “Topshop” ~$ 52 4. Coat “Jaeger London” ~$ 476 5. Trousers “Zara” 6. Handbag “Zara” ~$ 196 7. Bracelet “Pilgrim” ~$ 51 8. Shoes “Asos” ~$ 132 9. Watch “Asos” ~$ 52

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Model Agyness Deyn. Photographer David Slijper (“Elle Korea”, 2011 December).

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“Vogue” cover, 1950 April.

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ONLINE “Albino” (www.maisonalbino.com), “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), Thom Browne (www.thombrowne.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

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1. Watch “Asos” ~$ 299 2. Dress “Zara” 3. Sunglasses “Asos” ~$ 105 4. Necklace “Zara” 5. Jacket “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 99 6. Belt “Asos” ~$ 22 7. Handbag “Zara” ~$ 147 8. Shoes “Asos” ~$ 127

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FASHION & STYLE OUTFIT

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ONLINE Alexandre Herchcovitch (www.herchcovitch.uol.com.br), “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), “Taschen” (www.taschen.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

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1. Handbag “Zara” ~$ 104 2. Sunglasses “Asos” ~$ 18 3. Swimwear “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 54 4. Trousers “Zara” ~$ 81 5. “Taschen” book “Islamic Art” ~$ 9 6. Watch “Asos” ~$ 212 7. Blouse “Zara” ~$ 66 8. Necklace “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 27 9. Shoes “Asos” ~$ 257

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Vilniuje, "Panorama", Saltoniškių g. 9, tel. (8 5 ) 219 59 69, Kaune, "Akropolis", K.Mindaugo pr. 49, tel. (8 37) 211 898

FASHION & STYLE TR E N D S Collar “Topshop” ~$ 70

Watch “Armani Exchange” ~$ 140 Jacket “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 117

Sweater “Topshop” ~$ 44

Trend: blackversus white Cleanser “Oriflame Diamond Cellular” ~$ 16

Hat “Topshop” ~$ 39

Sweater “Topshop” ~$ 409

Sweater “Topshop” ~$ 102

"Fendi"

Shoes “Zara” ~$ 130

Sweater “Topshop” ~$ 108 Bag “Asos” ~$ 63 Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 11

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 16 Shirt “Topshop” ~$ 78

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Dress “Topshop” ~$ 69

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 72

Earrings “Asos” ~$ 15

Watch “Karen Millen” ~$ 149

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 118

Ring “Asos” ~$ 9

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 102

Shoes “Zara” ~$ 111

Bag “Karen Millen” ~$ 165

"Emporio Armani"

Bag “Karen Millen” ~$ 315 "Emporio Armani"

T-shirt “Zara” ~$ 37

ONLINE “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Armani Exchange” (www.armaniexchange.com), “D.Efect” (www.defectonline.com ), “Fendi” (www.fendi.com ), “Karen Millen” (www.karenmillen.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

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FASHION & STYLE TR E N D S

Sweater “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 55

Blouse “Topshop” ~$ 36

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 79

Ring “Topshop” ~$ 7

Necklace “Topshop” ~$ 39

Trend: Brightly Purse “Asos” ~$ 31

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 53

Earrings “Asos” ~$ 28

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 75

Watch “Asos” ~$ 31 Skirt “Topshop” ~$ 75 Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 19

Purse “Zara”

Bangle Set “Topshop” ~$ 15

Shoes “Zara”

Bag “Asos” ~$ 55 "Bottega Veneta"

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Dress “Topshop” ~$ 72

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 31 Necklace “Asos” ~$ 9

Shoes “River Island” ~$ 15

Earrings “Asos” ~$ 7

Earrings “Asos” ~$ 12 Dress “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 22

Watch “Asos” ~$ 31 "Asos"

Shoes “River Island” ~$ 31

Bag “Topshop” ~$ 39 Skirt “Topshop” ~$ 31

"Bottega Veneta" Skirt “Topshop” ~$ 75 Wellies “Topshop” ~$ 126

ONLINE “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Bottega Veneta” (www.bottegaveneta.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), “Miss Selfridge” (www.missselfridge.com), “River Island” (www.riverisland.com), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

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FASHION & STYLE TR E N D S

Collar “Pilgrim” ~$ 108

Hat “Topshop” ~$ 39 Earrings “Ted Baker” ~$ 55

Fragrance “Paradise” ~$ 39

Trend:

Blouse “Topshop” ~$ 87

Vintage

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 107

Watch “Asos” ~$ 31

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 60 Bag “Asos” ~$ 60

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 110

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 158

Skirt “Topshop” ~$ 56

Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 102

"SUNO" Dress “Topshop” ~$ 126

"Marc Jacobs"

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Sunglasses “Oxydo” ~$ 130

Necklace “Asos” ~$ 77

Shirt “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 58

Fragrance “Zara Woman”

Handbag “Zara” ~$ 148 Sunglasses “Topshop” ~$ 25 Shoes “Topshop” ~$ 134

Dress “Asos” ~$ 75 Dress “Topshop” ~$ 53 Headband “Asos” ~$ 15

Coat “Topshop” ~$ 134

Watch “Asos” ~$ 79 Earrings “Stiklė” ~$ 24

ONLINE “Asos” (www.asos.com), “Band of Outsiders” (www.bandofoutsiders.com), “Marc Jacobs” (www.marcjacobs.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), “Miss Selfridge” (www.missselfridge.com), “Nahm” (www.nahm-ny.com), “Oxydo” (www.oxydo.be), “Pilgrim” (www.pilgrim.dk ), “Oriflame” (www.oriflame.lt), “Stiklė” (www.stikle.lt), “SUNO” (www.sunony.com), “Ted Baker” (www.tedbaker.com), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

"Nahm" Bag “Asos” ~$ 71

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Fashion & Style Shopping

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Paris is too good to spend your time in shops or fitting rooms. And yet, if you happen to be stuck in it for a longer period and find yourself tired of the Louvre, Montmartre and other bohemian endeavours, then you can visit places where things cannot be purchased by just any ordinary mortal. Those with weak nervous system should definitely avoid Chanel and YSL shops, and should stay out of the Elysian Fields at large. But this time we’ll do everything just the opposite by going where one can spend a pay check in a heartbeat, and gaze upon breathtaking interiors…

“Hermes” boutique in Paris, 1952 m. “Hermes” boutique in Paris, 1952 m. (Photo by N. R. Farbman, “LIFE” magazine).

“Hermes”

Hermès – probably the most expensive handbags in the world Fashion house Hermès is another legend of Paris. It has surpassed the Baccarat itself when French perfumers Maurice Roucel and Bernard Bourjois created the fragrance 24 Faubourg. Sold for €1700 per 30 ml bottle, the perfume is rated as the 2nd world’s most expensive. It is a limited edition fragrance produced only in 1000 bottles a year. Of course, the perfume is only a prelude to the arsenal of Hermès, the manufacturer of probably the most expensive handbags in the world, located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, 24 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Founded in 1837, the fashion house employed such fashion icons as Eric Bergère, Martin Margiela, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Christophe Lemaire (current creative director of Hermès) and still has every piece made by hand. That is why their works of art are so darn expensive. Few months ago, for instance, Lady Gaga has bought the famous Hermès Birkin handbag for £49,000…

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“Hermès Birkin” handbag. Price: $ 129 000.

www.hermes.com

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tocrat Marie-Laure de Noailles into the Bacarrat’s headquarters and luxurious crystal store, an adjacent museum with more than just an impressive collection of crystal, and finally – an extravagant Starck-style decor restaurant with dining room infused with hand-made glass chandeliers. To see it for yourselves, look for historical building at 11 Place des États-Unis (approx. 500 meters from the Triumphal Arch).

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Paris is a city of contrasts. And so are its shops: from haute couture classics to contemporary modernism. If you want to get a taste of Paris, try the Ladurée. So if you wish to feel or even to digest Paris in your mouth, go straight to Ladurée shop and restaurant at the Elysian Fields. Its interior will immediately take you back a century ago, to the times where one talented French named Louis-Ernest Ladurée has started to make colourful, melt-in-your-mouth cookies called the macaroons. By the way, if you plan to eat at the Ladurée, be prepared to spend up to €50 for a couple of cookies packed in a magnificent French box. And if that is not enough, take a tour through the Saint-Germain district, where you will find a truly Parisian atmosphere and probably all possible French delicatecies in one place.

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Paris in your mouth

„H s „C on e r m ha „L n a d B a ès “ „ C el B u r é cca „ M ol e ou e“ rat “ e r t t e ti q ci “ u e“ “

Philippe Starck

"Ladurée"

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Fashion & Style

“Chanel”, 2011-2012 A/W.

www.chanel.com

Shopping

Inside Coco Chanel's Private Apartment.

The Chanel planet “Chanel Boutique”

Fancy something far more thrilling than a perfume bottle for the price of a car or pure crystal chandeliers? In that case you should stop by the Chanel Boutique, located in the legendary 31 Rue Cambon. Naturally, one could chat about the Chanel stores and tweedy suits all night long, but it will be enough to say that Rue Cambon is something more than just an address for Chanel store filled with handbags designed by Carl Lagerfeld’s assistants and Chanel no. 5, the 10th world’s most expensive perfume sold for €170 per bottle. It is the house of mademoiselle Coco Chanel herself. Rumour has it though, that Coco had never spent a night in the several-floor apartments above the store. For throughout the thirty years she would stay in a nearby luxurious hotel Ritz. Nevertheless, Rue Cambon apartments remained as it were at the time when the flighty designer used to come back from the Ritz in the mornings. The ground floor, now occupied by the Chanel boutique, still has the spectacular mirrored staircase featured in every movie ever cretaed about Chanel, and when you climb upstairs you reach the astonishing world of Coco Chanel interiors. Her personal sitting room, still predominated with the art deco, stores a number of items from the Coco collection: glass figures, crystal balls, stuffed deers, books, luxurious armchairs upholstered in flowered and beige gobelin, as well as the legendary modern sofa designed by mis Chanel herself, 18th-century crystal chandelier, Chinese screens and other extravagant details.

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Inside Coco Chanel's Private Apartment.

Coco Chanel's Private Apartment in Rue Cambon, Paris.

Coco Chanel,1962. (Photo by Douglas Kirkland).

“Chanel No. 5”. Price: ~$ 218.

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Souvenir by Colette. Merci's iconic car – vintage “Fiat 500”.

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Design Cool Hunting 3. 1.

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1. Earrings “Les Nereides Love Paris” (www.asos.com) ~$ 197; 2. Vintage Camera “Seagull 4B-1” (www.lomography.com) ~$ 291; 3. Shea Butter Hand Cream “L'Occitane”, 30 ml (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 8; 4. Necklace “Les Nereides Love Paris” (www.asos.com) ~$ 174; 5. Scented Candle “Maison Guedin Paris Sous la Pluie” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 56; 6. Bag-in-box Drip-free Carafe “Eva Solo” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 74; 7. Rose 4 Reines Solid Perfume “L'Occitane” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 10; 8. The New York Times Bestseller – a novel by Paula McLain “The Paris Wife” (www.amazon.com) ~$ 15; 9. Perfume “Le Labo. Santal 33” (www.colette.fr) ~$ 142; 10. Shea Ultra Rich Face Cream “L'Occitane” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 45; 11. Bourgie Table lamp “Kartell” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 294; 12. Reed Diffuser “Cochine Saigon” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 77; ~$ 13. Cherry Blossom eau de Toilette “Cherry Princess” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 41; 14. Magis - Proust Armchair by Alessandro Mendini (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 1.101; 15. Sambonet Skin Set Of 6 Moka Spoons (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 63.

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1. Smoke Chandelier “Moooi” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 1.172; 2. Louise Gray French Fries Pendant Necklace (www.asos.com) ~$ 275; 3. Oenotravel Box - Olfactive guide “L'Atelier du Vin” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 161; 4. Bonne Mere Soap – Madreselva (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 4; 5. Authentic Model French Trunk (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 798; 6. Floor Lamp “Eichholtz Monaco” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.170; 7. Extra Gentle Soap - Cinnamon Orange “Savon Extra-Doux” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 5; 8. Rabbit Lamp “Moooi” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 539; 9. Velo Cushion “Ferm Living” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 123; 10. Luxuous Box by 100drine pour Sentou Edition (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 25; 11. Authentic Trunk “Louis Vuitton” (www.louisvuitton.com); 12. Yuan Plate - Set of 4 “Ibride. Yuan” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 65; 13. Vienna Plate & Dome “LSA” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 72; 14. Ambroise Tray - Frame “Ibride” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 150; 15. Luxury Scented Candle - Amber “Maison Guedin” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 56.

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RE:

Photography Ausra Osipaviciute (www.pixstudija.lt, www.aography.com) Stylist Ieva Daugirdaite (www.ievadaugirdaite.com) Set Designer Ramune Piekautaite (www.ramunepiekautaite.com) Make Up Greta Babarskaite Hair Stylist Giedrė Jarockaitė Models Rimantė and Enrika (“Supermodels”) You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com

Clothes “Zara” (www.zara.com)

Coat “V2 Concept Store” (www.v2-online.com)

Clothes “Zara” (www.zara.com)

Clothes by designer Ramune Piekautaite (www.ramunepiekautaite.com)

Clothes “Zara” (www.zara.com)

Clothes by designer Egle Ziemyte / D.EFECT (www.defectonline.com) and Ieva Daugirdaite (www.ievadaugirdaite.com) Shoes “V2 Concept Store” (www.v2-online.com)

Clothes by designer Egle Ziemyte / D.EFECT (www.defectonline.com) Shoes “V2 Concept Store” (www.v2-online.com)

Design Cool Hunting

Necklace “Topshop” (www.topshop.com) ~$ 15

Bonne Mere Soap – Lavender (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 4

Pointer A.F.D Espadrille Lace Up Flat Shoes (www.asos.com) ~$ 71

Cushion “Lexington” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 68

Headphones “Joana Astolfi: iShells” (www.colette.fr) ~$ 107

Lavender Eau de Cologne “L‘Occitane” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 56

Inspiration:

Neoprene Nora Bag “Juicy Couture” (www.asos.com) ~$ 247

O.C.E.A.N.

Blue Check Napkin “Lexington” (www. occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 19

La Sardina Camera & Flash – Fischers Fritze (www.lomography.com) ~$ 119

Sunglasses “Prada Minima Baroque” (www.asos.com) ~$ 340 Ceramic Diffuser “Mr & Mrs Fred” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 49

Summer Beach Towel “Lexington” (www.occahome.co.uk) ~$ 77

Hanging Clock “Eichholtz Goldschmied” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 194

Bedding Set - Single “Lexington” (www.occahome.co.uk) ~$ 220

Mug Set of 4 “Lexington” (www. occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 50

Extra Gentle Wash for Hands & Body “L‘Occitane” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 19

“Pull & Bear” 2012 spring/summer (www.pullandbear.com)

“Marc O'Polo” 2012 spring/summer (www.marc-o-polo.com)

Steam Cream Fish Tin “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 16

Show Case “Eva Solo” (www.connox.com) ~$ 67

Basic Stripe Espadrilles “ Asos Marley” (www.asos.com) ~$ 15

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Cushion “Lexington” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 69 Necklace “Topshop” (www.topshop.com) ~$ 15

Andrew Martin Tea Chest (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 403

Men's White Summer Robe “Lexington” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 181

Wood Tray “Occa Home” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 66

Surfboard “Lacoste LAB” (www.colette.fr) Sunglasses “Marc by Marc Jacobs” (www.marcjacobs.com) ~$ 243

Fragrance “Henrik Vibskov: Type C” (www.colette.fr) ~$ 109

“Pull & Bear” 2012 spring/summer (www.pullandbear.com)

“Marc O'Polo” 2012 spring/summer (www.marc-o-polo.com)

Authentic Models Classic Ship “Dragon Antique” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 251

Power Berry Facial Wash “Neal‘s Yard Remedies” (www.asos.com) ~$ 22

Smartphone “Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini pro” (www.sonymobile.com)

Fritz the Blitz Flash + La Sardina Sea Pride (www.lomography.com) ~$ 112

Summer Beach Bag “Lexington” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 59

Kiade Models Riva Aquarama Special (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 540

Socks “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 7

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G.E.O.G.R.A.P.H.Y.

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1. Intrecciato Notebook “Bottega Veneta” (www.bottegaveneta.com) ~$ 440; 2. Puzzle Globe “Philippi Extravaganza” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 85; 3. Valencia Candleholder “Gaia & Gino” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 122; 4. Olloclip Quick-Connect Lens Solution for iPhone 4 (www.apple.com) ~$ 69; 5. Louis Vuitton City Guide – Kyoto/Nara (www.louisvuitton.com); 6. Globe Terrestre “Menu” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 216; 7. World Map Cushion “Ferm Living” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 86; 8. Agent18 HipstaCase for iPod touch (4th Gen.) (www.apple.com) ~$ 34; 9. Authentic Models Large Game Table (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.388; 10. Wide Brim Panama Hat Traditionally crafted “ Lock & Co.” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 322; 11. “Juicy Couture” New Crest Case for iPod touch (4th Gen.) (www.apple.com) ~$ 39; 12. Chic Chestnut Leather Headboard (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 882; 13. Sketchbook Napkin Idea (www.donkey-products.com) ~$ 7; 14. Perfume “Amouage Reflection Woman” (www.cremedelacreme.lt); 15. Punchout Backpack “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 58; 16. Sunglasses “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 18; 17. Lighter “Burn your Dollars” (www.donkey-products.com) ~$ 8.

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1. Al Fresco Cocktail Set “G. Lorenzi” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 3.322; 2. Sunglasses “Ray-Ban” (www.ray-ban.com) ~$ 184; 3. Comfort Station Long Sliced Atlas Necklace “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 299; 4. Bag “Marc O'Polo” (www.marc-o-polo.com) 5. Andrew Martin Parchment Side Chest (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.987; 6. Barbour Caramel Canvas Beacon Backpack (www.asos.com) ~$ 244; 7. Cooper Trunk “Eichholtz” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.949; 8. iPad 2 Case “Travelteq” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 290; 9. Watch “Marc By Marc Jacobs” (www.asos.com) ~$ 428; 10. Pencils and Pencil Holder “Travelteq”. Handmade in Italy. (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 107; 11. Vivienne Westwood iPhone Case (www.asos.com) ~$ 171; 12. Objects Leonardo Set of 3 “Eichholtz” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 443; 13. Triwa Leather Watch “Triwa” (www.asos.com) ~$ 199; 14. Compact snapshot camera “LC-A+ Silver Lake” (www.lomography.com) ~$ 488; 15. Authentic Models Bombay Box (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 630; 16. Trash Messenger “Travelteq”. Handmade in Italy. (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 735; 17. Cocobolo Wood Corkscrew “G. Lorenzi” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 369; 18. Nazareth Interior Spray “Cire Trudon” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 161; 19. Chinese Palladium Lighter “Dupont”. Made in Paris. (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 882; 20. Authentic Models Bronze Spyglass (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 181.

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Inspiration:

6.

"Prada"

J.U.N.G.L.E. 7.

Michael Kors

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"Altuzarra"

1. Belt “Mango” (www.mango.com) ~$ 29; 2. Sunglasses “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 18; 3. Shelf “Moustache” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 70; 4. Crocodile Tuilerie Wallet “CoutureLab Travel” (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 1360; 5. Crocodile Tote Bag by Nancy Gonzalez. Handmade in Columbia (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 6.971; 6. Snake Wrap Bracelet “Mango” (www.mango.com) ~$ 59; 7. Lakota Bead Bag (www.freepeople.com) ~$ 1204,70 Lt; 8. Leather Leopard Laptop Case “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 61; 9. Animal Texture Wallet “Mango” (www.mango.com) ~$ 20; 10. Passport Holder “Asos” (www.asos.com) ~$ 12; 11. Coiled Snake Ring by Loree Rodkin (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 61.128; 12. Salad Servers by Fontenille Pataud (www.couturelab. com) ~$ 22.270; 13. Fisheye No.2 “Python” (www.lomography.com) ~$ 101; 14. Shoes “Marc O'Polo” (www.marc-o-polo.com).

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1. Yellow Sapphire Snake Ring Sazingg (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 1.083; 2. T-shirt “Mango” (www.mango.com) ~$ 25; 3. Camera “Holga CFN 120” (www.lomography.com) ~$ 89; 4. Spice Holder “Banana Band” (www.alessi.com) ~$ 57; 5. Zebra Coasters by Jonathan Adler (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 73; 6. Tray - Frame “Ibride – Cornélius” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 137; 7. Andrew Martin Thai Drum (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.060; 8. Peacock Backgammon “Nardai”. Handmade by Alexandra Llewellyn (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 2.745; 9. Shea Ultra Rich Body Cream Cocoa Flower “L'Occitane” (www.loccitane.com) ~$ 26; 10. Silver Lizard Tissue Box by “Lotus Arts de Vivre”. Handcrafted in Thailand (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 3.660; 11. Andrew Martin Distressed Safari Trunk (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.670; 12. Wild Cat Evening Bag by Judith Leiber. Handcrafted in New York (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 6.246; 13. Sunglasses “Burberry Havana” (www.burberry.com) ~$ 273; 14. Python Tote Bag by Nancy Gonzalez. Handmade in Columbia (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 3.354; 15. “Girl with Pineapple Swimsuit” by painter Michael Roberts (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 15.253; 16. Perfume “Amouage Lyric Woman” (www.cremedelacreme.lt) 17. Michael Kors Resin Link Chronograph Watch (www.asos.com) ~$ 303; 18. Tortoise Evening Bag by Judith Leiber. Handcrafted in New York (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 6.089.

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FASHION & STYLE TR E N D S Swimwear “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 18

Shoes “Mango” ~$ 108

Belt “Asos” ~$ 34

Necklace “Topshop” ~$ 28 "Givenchy"

Trend:

Jungle

Sunglasses “Mango” ~$ 25 Roberto Cavalli

Bag “Asos” ~$ 50; Purse “Zara”

Dress “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 53

Purse "Mango"

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Dress “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 99

Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 19

Earrings “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 7

Necklace “Mango” ~$ 20 Belt “Asos” ~$ 33

Shoes “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 48 Necklace “Topshop” ~$ 61

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 220

Dress “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 36

Giambattista Valli

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 220

"Givenchy"

Bag “Asos” ~$ 135

Bangles “Topshop” ~$ 19

Bag “Asos” ~$ 320

Cap “French Connection” ~$ 27 Shoes “Asos” ~$ 160

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Sunglasses “Giorgio Armani”

Purse “French Connection” ~$ 171

Dress “Mango” ~$ 111

Necklace “Mango” ~$ 20

Michael Kors

Earrings “Mango” ~$ 13

Purse “Asos” ~$ 50

Michael Kors Dress “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 74

Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 30

Purse “Sonia Rykiel” ~$ 160,91

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 313

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ONLINE “Altuzarra” (www. josephaltuzarra.com), “Asos” (www.asos.com), “French Connection” (www.frenchconnection.com), Giambattista Valli (www.giambattistavalli.com), “Giorgio Armani” (www.armani.com), “Givenchy” (www.givenchy.com), “Mango” (www.mango.com), Michael Kors (www.michaelkors.com), “Miss Selfridge” (www.missselfridge.com), Roberto Cavalli (www.robertocavalli.com), Sonia Rykiel (www. soniarykiel.com), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Zara” (www.zara.com).

Blouse “Topshop” ~$ 55 Shoes “Asos” ~$ 269

Purse “Asos” ~$ 228

Jacket “Mango” ~$ 65 „Altuzarra“

Shoes “Mango” ~$ 139 Dress “Miss Selfridge” ~$ 39

Belt “Mango” ~$ 29 Roberto Cavalli

Earrings “Mango” ~$ 16

Dress “Zara” ~$ 48

Necklace “Mango” ~$ 33

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Womenswear collection “Visionaire” by designer Laura Dailideniene. 2012 spring/summer. Photography Reda Mickeviciute (www.redaphoto.com) Style Laura Dailideniene (www.daili.lt) Make Up Ugne Ezerinskaite Model Dovile (“Supermodels”) You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com

Design Cool Hunting

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Inspiration:

F.E.T.I.S.H.

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8. 5. 6.

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1. Black Tea Scented Candle Box Set “Maison Guedin” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 91; 2. Pendant Light by Ron Gilad “Moooi. Dear Ingo” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 3.461; 3. Vacuum Jug “Eva Solo” (www.evasolo.com) ~$ 70; 4. “iBride” Diva Ostrich Wall Console by Benoit Convers (www.switchmodern.com) ~$ 525; 5. Cake Server by Philippi Cinderella (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 34; 6. Libra King & Queen Bookends (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 89; 7. Dining Chair “Moooi Smoke” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 1.875; 8. Trikojis Heathfield & Co Tripod Floor Lamp With Black Shade (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.078; 9. Linari Grandezza Imperiale Room Fragrance Diffuser, 5000 ml (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 997; 10. “LSA Ania” Plate White Black - Set Of 4 (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 39; 11. Fashion Cushion “Ferm Living Fashion” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 122; 12. Flos Spun Floor Lamp (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 1.771; 13. Large Foil Stamped Logo Leather Belt by Peter Jensen (www.asos.com) ~$ 100; 14. Room Spray “Maison Guedin” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 46; 15. Vase “LSA Zofia” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 145; 16. Scented Candle - Black Tea by “Maison Guedin” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 56; 17. Ceramic Watch “Juicy Couture” (www.asos.com) ~$ 551; 18. Pulpo Stubborn Goat Bookend (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 53.

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1. Key Chain “Volvo” by Björn Alskog (www.daiktuviesbutis.lt) ~$ 16; 2. Watch “Skagen” (www.skagen.com) ~$ 361; 3. Linari Room Fragrance Spray, 100 ml (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 64; 4. “Diesel” Cage Rocket Table Lamp (www.diesel.com) ~$ 401; 5. “Diesel” Tool Suspension Pendant Lamp (www.diesel.com) ~$ 244; 6. Josephine Candle stick - Set of 4 by Pols Potten (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 77; 7. Floor Lamp “Moooi. Horse” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 5.849; 8. Travel Tealight “Philippi” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 34; 9. Heathfield & Co Cuba Floor Lamp With Black Shade (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 931; 10. Frame “Moooi” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 2.764; 11. “Diesel” Graf Table Lamp - Techno (www.diesel.com) ~$ 404; 12. Table “Moooi. Pig” (www.moooi.com) ~$ 2.577; 13. Sunglasses by Thom Browne x Dita (www.colette.fr); 14. Fritz the Blitz Flash + Sprocket Rocket Camera (www.lomography.com) ~$ 71; 15. Mini Kettle Barbeque “Sagaform” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 87; 16. Picture Frame “Eichholtz Mulholland” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 102.

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“aka jewellery” – the tandem of jewellery alchemists from New York

gn "Blue blood"

"Albedo"

Silver and glass tubes used to take blood (USSR).

Location: Hotel Chelsea @ The Chelsea Room, New York, NY. September 14th, 2011.

Few years ago two Lithuanian jewellers Ausra Bankauskaite and Mante Maskoliunaite, working under “aka jewellery” name, have moved to NYC and for awhile now are creating decadent and very conceptual jewellery. Not everyone, or maybe no one, would have the guts to wear their conceptual pieces. JEWELLERY RAVERS-ALCHEMISTS. You could say they’re sort of jewellery reivers or modern alchemists from Brooklyn. Things they use for making jewellery ranges from medical syringes to Haribo gummies, from silver to rubber, from blood

tubes to antifreeze, from white amber to magnets, from ribbons to the machine oil, from pills to gasoline, from brake fluid to resin... “We create in several directions. Some of our works are “portable jewellery”, affordable to someone who appreciates the aesthetics of our works and is looking for something original. Another direction that brings us as the artists the greatest satisfaction is conceptual jewellery. It conveys our thoughts and ideas”, says the tandem.

www.akajewellery.com

"Albedo"

MEDICAL THEME AND FASHION. “We won’t deny that our recent works are dominated by the medical theme. It’s because we often combine metal with medical glass which complements our architectural style with its transparency and purity. We discover materials during the creative process; it’s not a primary indicator, it’s only a mean to express the idea. Thus, the ideas for works shift from one to another. We focus on what we believe to be the sensitive problems of modern society, such as racism (“blue blood”) or fitting the human body to standards (“Perfect

Beauty”). Currently we work on a joint project with visual artists Viktorija Medvedeva from Amsterdam and Zara Zerny from New York. Soon we’ll introduce the series of short fashion films called the Albedo. Albedo (en. whiteness) is the second of four alchemical stages, the transition from darkness to light. When the flashes of white silverish light fill the space, the shapes appear. None but illumination paves the way to development”.

DESIGN MA D E IN LIT H UANIA

Dark intellectual jewellery: the Our Darkest Desires collection

“A Roe-deer Tale”. Three types of agate and natural deer horn.

“Black perfumery”. Necklace with a tiny scent bottle of scent. Agate, obsidian, onyx, coral, ceramics, leather.

Vilius Venckevicius. If this costume designer and jeweller would be compared with foreign fashion designers, he could subjectively be compared with such fashion industry radicals as Gareth Pugh, Rick Owens or even Alexander McQueen. Vilius himself often says that he admires works by Maison Martin Margiela and Ann Demeulemeester, whom he had met in person while studying at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Lots of black, complex design, dark stones, skulls, stuffed animals – decadent attributes that often help to identifying the works of Vilius, jewellery in particular. He’s like a jewellery Goth. JEWELLERY’S GOTH-INTELECTUAL. The Our Darkest Desires collection is premoninated by one memorable and contraversial element or symbol – a tiny skull placed here and there

among the stones, hidden in every piece. “A skull, at first impression largely associated with death, actually carries a symbolic meaning of change, transition, evolution, transformation, and certainly not in a bad way”, says Vilius. “As a designer, I’ve always understood a costume as a combination of elements, some sort of a puzzle, consisting of individual, yet delicately interconnected details. The whole is composed out of segments, thus every each of them is very important and plays a certain role. An accessory for me is not just a simple adornment, a supplement. At the same time (and for a long time) it has been an amulet, protection, symbol, one’s beliefs and certain vows, a worldview and important information about the owner. It is both a sign and a quote”, claims Vilius, “I’ve decided to create the Our Darkest Desires collection due to my passion for natural stones. I collect

Pagan and Christian elements. Mountain crystal, quartz, silver, metals (nickel and lead free), ceramics.

Photography Reda Mickeviciute (www.redaphoto.com)

“Frozen Keymaker”. Natural rabbit fur, antique keys, rock crystal, white sardonikso, coral, glass.

“Dark Medicine Man”. Horn shape necklace. Pomander, the container odors, which can be hand scented with natural scents of wool, a piece of cloth or expensive thing. Onyx, obsidian, agate, meteorites and volcanic lava.

“The Spell”. This ring is created from ceramics, silver, agate, smoky quartz, freshwater pearls and lava.

them myself, I use them to create jewellery, I sleep, eat and meditate with them, and I carry one or another with me practically every day”. STONES AND SKULLS. “Every mineral, stone or a metal piece is made up of mineral and sometimes of organic substances, and is very close to a human being himself. After all, our body encompasses the entire Mendeleev’s table! Our bodies contain sulphur, iron, gold and so on. Therefore, I believe that a mineral carried close to the body can enrich us with that we sometimes have a lack of. This is why they say it’s the stones that choose us and not the other way around. I feel personally attached to every piece I’ve made. A kind of confession... self-portrait. I’ve limited myself to two “colours”, achromatic to be precise, the two most

mysterious tones – black and white”, the designer introduces his philosophy. “I use probably the strongest stones in terms of energy that bring considerable changes to one’s life: onyx, obsidian, agate, quartz and rock crystal, smoky quartz, tourmaline and tourmalinated quartz, rutile quarz also known as the Venus-hair stone, gagat, sardonic, volcanic lava and meteors, complementing them with genuine leather, fur, animal horns, various metals, glass and human hair. My goal was to make an amulet from every piece of jewellery, a magical symbol, protective measure, just as in the initial function of an accessory”. Presently, some of Vilius works leave Lithuania to find their “masters” in the Netherlands, Germany or Great Britain. Every piece of this collection is unique and has no equivalent, primarily because there are no two identical stones.

FASHION & STYLE E V E NT

“Fashion Infection”

2012

Mados Infekcija (Fashion Infection) – is the most prominent annual fashion festival in Lithuania. Bohemian spirit, extraordinary and unconventional fashion shows, the fuse of music, video, photography and other fields of art make the festival a unique 3-day experience of fashion which takes place in the capital of Lithuania Vilnius. Mados Infekcija was started in 1999. Twice a year (in spring and autumn) its schedule involves catwalk shows, exhibitions, seminars, showrooms and free events for fashion devotees.

Ieva Daugirdaitė.

Jean//Phillip.

Laura Dailidėnienė.

Laura Dailidėnienė.

Lina Gudanavičiūtė.

Lina Gudanavičiūtė.

Egidijus Sidaras.

Egidijus Sidaras.

Ramunė Strazdaitė.

Kristina Kruopienytė.

Diana Kuzmickaitė/ Aušra Urbanavičiūtė.

Diana Kuzmickaitė/ Aušra Urbanavičiūtė.

Pirosmani

Pirosmani

„Tribe“

„Tribe“

Creative Director: Sandra Straukaitė. Producer: Renata Mikailionytė. Fresh Blood: Eglė Čekanavičiūtė (Lithuania/United Kingdom). Ieva Daugirdaitė (Lithuania). “Tribe” (Lithuania). Veterans: Egidijus Sidaras (Lithuania). Kristina Kruopienytė (Lithuania). Sandra Straukaitė (Lithuania). Diana Paukštytė (Lithuania). Laura Dailidėnienė (Lithuania). Lina Gudanavičiūtė (Lithuania/United Kingdom). Jurgita Januškevičiūtė (Lithuania). Diana Kuzmickaitė ir Aušra Urbanavičiūtė (Lithuania/United Kingdom). Eglė Žiemytė (Lithuania). Ramunė Strazdaitė (Lithuania). NORDIC LOOK (Scandinavian and other fashion designers): Josefinstrid (Sweden). Pirosmani (St. Petersburg, Russia). C/Bruerberg (Norway). Jean//phillip (Denmark). Hans Schwarz (Estonia). Ivana Helsinki (Finland). Kristina Vikøren (Lithuania/Norway). “Fashion TV” / I LOVE FASHION. Photography Visvaldas Morkevicius (www.visvaldas.com) www.madosinfekcija.lt

C/Bruerberg.

C/Bruerberg.

Diana Paukštytė.

Diana Paukštytė.

Hans Schwarz.

Hans Schwarz.

Sandra Straukaitė.

Sandra Straukaitė.

Eglė Čekanavičiūtė.

Eglė Čekanavičiūtė.

Ivana Helsinki.

Ivana Helsinki.

FTV.

Kristina Vikøren

Kristina Vikøren

Josefinstrid.

Jurgita Januškevičiūtė.

Jurgita Januškevičiūtė.

Eglė Žiemytė.

Eglė Žiemytė.

Design

The Kitchen of BOSS 60

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Photo by DUALHEAD (www.dualhead.lt) Make Up Greta Juozaponyte Models Donata Porvaneckaite, Julijonas Urbonas

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M a de i n L i t h u a n i a

Shirt Collar Apron By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.notjustalabel.com) The design of this apron was inspired by the people who like multitasking or occasionally switch between different tasks, for example, from cooking to writing an email and from fixing a bike to gardening. Now they don't need to worry how they look in any situation, they will always look solemn and elegant.

Magnetic money box LUNA By Juozas Brundza/LTD STUDIO (www.contraforma.com) Do you have piles of coins? You come home, empty your pockets - and there it sits, slipping and sliding all over the place? You could make things more organized by simply using a “piggy bank�. But it doesn't have to be shaped like animal! If you'd prefer a more serious-looking money box - here is a simple and elegant container for your change. Whether you're saving for a holiday, or new shoes - or a number of other options - there's a MAGNETIC MONEY BOX, designed specifically for you. Just place it on fridge door or other steel surfaces.

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Coffee table VERTEX By Jonas Piet (www.contraforma.com)

Dishwasher BIFOLIATE By Toma Brundzaite

Formal Collar Apron By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.notjustalabel.com) These aprons in the style of business suit, are designed for those who consider cooking a serious business as much as an affair of art.

Universal holder “Delicious” By Egle Ugintaite In a past life it was a fork... Now it is for something you want to keep on your desk: napkins, postcards, business cards...

The Kitchen of BOSS

Photo by DUALHEAD (www.dualhead.lt) Make Up Greta Juozaponyte Models Donata Porvaneckaite, Julijonas Urbonas

"Bifoliate" is a space-saving, wall-mounted double dishwasher that allows the user to put dirty dishes in one compartment and use the other as a shelf for clean dishes. Finalist of “Design Lab 2009”.

Sticker with Idea Table T-RUSTED By Nauris Kalinauskas (www.contraforma.com)

By Sticker Design (www.stickerdesign.eu) Say No to Boredom! Choose your favourite stickers!

Pad “Shine” By Vytautas Puzeras (www.puzero.lt) Inspired by the electric jellyfish, Shine pad is made of electro-luminescent polymer compound. Presentation at “100 % design” in London. Exhibition “In Praise of Shadows” at Victoria and Albert Museum.

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Design Made in Lithuania

Jewelry from collection “NEXT LAST” By Adolfas Šaulys and Mari Relo-Šaulys (www. av17gallery.com)

Key box “LUNA” By Juozas Brundza (www.ltdstudio.lt)

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Don't be mistaken – it is not a bandolier but a wearable pouch for those fighting with pens, pencils, and brushes. This pouch helps you keep pens and pencils in place and it is also a great accessory.

Dress (colour: latte) By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.daiktuviesbutis.lt)

“Fan_tas” By Kenduandu (www.kenduandu.lt) Do you wanna know what is inside this box? Maybe a toy called “JO-JO” or one pocket-sized box for small things, vitamins, pins, etc. It can be used as an ashtray too.

Bench “Obliging” By Eugenijus Juozapavicius Model from office‘s furniture series – “Kamasutra of Caree”.

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Photo by DUALHEAD (www.dualhead.lt)

The Office of BOSS

Photo by DUALHEAD (www.dualhead.lt) Make Up Greta Juozaponyte Model Donata Porvaneckaite Shoes Agne Kuzmickaite (www.agnekuzmickaite.com)

By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.notjustalabel.com)

Dress (colour: dark grey)

Expressive Shelf “QUAD”

By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.daiktuviesbutis.lt)

DUALHEAD nuotr.

By Nauris Kalinauskas (www.contraforma.com)

T-shirt “TIMES” By DADADA Studio (www.dadadastudio.eu)

Computer Case By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.daiktuviesbutis.lt)

Red shirt scarf By Aiste Nesterovaite (www.aistenesterovaite.com) Add part of a sweater, part of a jacket, a few scraps of a carefully selected fabric. Mix all the ingredients in the proportions of weightlessness.

Cardboard Chair “Pencils” By “NokNok” (www.noknokchair.co.uk)

The Office of BOSS

Photo by DUALHEAD (www.dualhead.lt) Make Up Greta Juozaponyte Model Donata Porvaneckaite

The mixture of simplicity, elegance and military-grade robustness. It is cushioned, made from a very long strip and keeps your laptop (up to 15") or documents safe. The squared ears make zipping comfortable.

Shelf “WINGS” By Nauris Kalinauskas (www.contraforma.com)

Leather Bracelets By Juozas Statkevicius (www.statkevicius.com)

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Fawaz Gruosi:

the Godfather of

He is titled as the king of diamonds, his business card – black diamonds. Being only 18 years old, he started working as a jeweller’s assistant in Florence and his fascination with gems has shortly guaranteed him a breathtaking career in the diamond business and jewellery design for life. He was the first jeweller to have started using black diamonds, long forgotten by his colleagues, thus giving them the new meaning and the title of an incredible luxury – de Grisogono. As if the godfather of black diamonds, he used to buy up a lot of these gems from the remote African mines and turn them into shining polished diamonds. Today de Grisogono is more than just a jewellery house in Switzerland. Today it is one of the most famous brands of high jewellery and luxury watches in the world. And Italian-born Fawaz Gruosi is not simply the founder. He is the soul of de Grisogono.

This year, first time ever de Grisogono gems appeared in Lithuania. Fawaz Gruosi himself has chosen the jewellery for the latest collection by Juozas Statkevičius, held in Vilnius. Only that this time the black de Grisogono diamonds were replaced with the white ones, yet no less sparkly, whereas with the designer himself we were unexpectedly introduced by London-based Lithuanian model Ditė Antanaitytė.

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Black Diamonds Thus, we invite you to get acquainted with a man who made the hardly processed black diamonds shiny and astonishing.

How did you first get into a real diamonds industry? I started to work for Bulgari and Harry Winston; I used to be General Manager in South-Arabia for Harry Winston. Therefore I was representing Bulgari and visiting the VIP’s where they had no Boutiques, at that time they had only 9, so I was going all over the world and I happened to meet a lot of people and then I decided to start my own company and creations. “de Grisogono” is one of the most famous high jewellery brand now. What is your future plans for the brand you have created in 1993? I want to pursue the creativity and keep it very exclusive.

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What you can say about “Harry Winston” and “Bulgari”, and other luxury jewellery brands that you have worked with some years ago... As I said before, both companies and beautiful brands and I am very glad to have worked for them at that time, it was such a great era! Working with diamonds and luxury jewellery – what does it mean to you? I love my job I have the chance to evolve in this business for many years. I love gems and I love jewellery. It’s a perfect habit for me. “The Spirit of de Grisogono” is the world's largest cut black diamond. How did you get your hands on it? What was the price of it back in the days and how much does it cost now? As I was the first one to make jewellery with black diamonds, it was easier to find pure and beautiful stones. Someone came to propose me this astonishing diamonds, I sold it after a year for 1.5 mio. Which is your favourite piece of jewellery that you worked on? My favourite piece is still in my head and not designed yet. I am thrilled and very excited to the pieces that I will design and not about what I have done. The future is very important to me.

My home is in planes, hotels and in my bed.

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What is the latest fashion trend in diamonds industry? I like the fact that people can be inspired by de GRISOGONO and I don’t follow any trend. I don’t really see Fashion trend in the jewellery industry, I see more inspiration depending on the moment and life. Are Diamonds a Girl's Best Friends? (like Marilyn Monroe said) :) Diamonds are embellishing women and give them character. I prefer to say that they are Women’s security. I heard, you are travelling a lot. Where is your home and the main workplace at this time? My home is in planes, hotels and in my bed. I feel at home when I am in Geneva, where is the Head Office of de GRISOGONO.

www.degrisogono.com

Would you like to visit Lithuania? What things have you heard about it? Yes, I would love to visit Lithuania. I heard only good things from my friends about this country, I look forward to discovering it in a better way. What can we expect from “de Grisogono” next year? Wait and see…

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The Fashion Pawn Photography Reda Mickeviciute (www.redaphoto.com) Style Milda Metlovaite Make Up Greta Subataviciute Model Raminta (“Supermodels”) You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com “Citroen DS”, 1971 (www.retrorent.lt) Coat and dress “Decolte” Earrings “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt)

Jewelry “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt), blouse “Zara” (www.zara.com). p Jacket and scarf “Mango” (www.mango.com) , necklace “Decolte”, earrings “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt). u

Dress by Lilija Larionova. Gloves “Mango” (www.mango.com). Jewelry “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt). Belt “Mango” (www.mango.com).

Blouse and trousers “Zara” (www.zara.com). Belt “Mango” (www.mango.com). Jewelry “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt).

Earrings “Decolte”. Dress and sweater “Zara” (www.zara.com). Scarf “Mango” (www.mango.com). t Suknelė “Mango” (www.mango.com). Shoes by Kristina Kruopienyte (www.kristinakruopienyte.com). Coat “Gedimino 22” (www.gedimino22.lt). Scarf “De'Zavu - Vintage Boutique” Jewelry “Fashion Zone” (www.fzone.lt). u

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A runway by

Juozas

Statkevičius:

from white Mercedes to... white Horse

Photography Reda Mickeviciute (www.redaphoto.com)

Can we make parallels between the most famous Lithuanian designer Juozas Statkevičius and Karl Lagerfeld? Of course not. However, just as Karl’s show is the most anticipated show during the Paris fashion week, in Lithuania the most anticipated fashion show of the year is that of Juozas! No one but Karl is capable of dragging an iceberg to the Chanel runway directly from the Atlantic Ocean, a part of Place Vendôme in Paris, to build a farm in a museum or pave the entire runway. Meanwhile, Juozas does his mighty works in Vilnius. Only Juozas would think of erecting evolution relicts and dinosaur skeletons on the runway. And this year he surprised the audience with three rows of Mercedes cars with full auxiliary staff, gas cylinders and... a white horse.

Yes, that was the spring/summer collection 2012 by Juozas Statkevičius. By the way, it was double. Literally. The new collection was launched two times, and there is nothing strange about that. Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld holds two fashion shows in a row as well (one for clients and one for the press). So Juozas Couture show did no worse than those in Paris, and the guests practically filled up the venue twice. Of course, at first it appeared that luxurious high auto “coaches” sponsored by MercedesBenz would soon upstage his models, but that did not happen. There’s no car that could upstage Dexter Fletcher, Arvydas Sabonis women, famous models, including Ditė Antanaitytė (London), Margarita Švėgždaitė-Becu (Paris) and many others, modelling Juozas collection. And of course – the famous Lithuanian ballet-dancer Eglė Špokaitė, wearing the fabulous wedding dress to culiminate the show. Not to mention the diamond jewellery and MANOLO BLAHNIK cult shoes, designed specifically for the fashion show…

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The latest collection by Juozas Statkevičius has started far away from here. Wondering around the repositories of Paris modern art museum the Centre Georges Pompidou together with the Centre‘s employee Nicole Richy, Juozas Statkevičius saw the works of Piet Mondrian, an early abstractionist and the pioneer of de Stijl movement. “In the Pompidou repositories I saw a different, unfamiliar, non-chrestomathic Mondrian. It has stunned me, the gentleness of his works, full of contrasts between rigid rectangular compositions and pearlescent pink shades of grey”, said Juozas long before the fashion show. From this moment he knew that the predominant theme of his new collection shall be the early works of Mondrian… “When you’ll be looking at the models, don’t waste your time trying to find the equally reflected and transferred rectangulars. That would have been too easy, let alone the fact that it has already been done. But the sharp-sighted will notice the tribute to Mondrian structures: in a wavy organza skirt, made of horizontal and vertical parts, or the fabric made by the famous Dormeuil Ltd. under a special order by Juozas Statkevičius Couture. However, it is mostly revealed through the purity of forms, and the search for an abstract beauty”.

The collection 2012 also included 20 impressive men designs for stylish leisure. This year they were less structural. On the contrary, floating lines of CADI silk suits, silk and cotton shirts and jackets, as well as all the necessary male accessories – non-clichéd and comfortably made from selected materials. The line should be interesting to an open-minded, large-calibre men concerned about their looks and image. These clothes will make them look bohemian and aristocratic both in Vilnius, Paris, London or New York.

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Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 25

Bracelet “Asos” ~$ 150

Purse “Asos” ~$ 59

Trend: the Old Hollywood Ralph Lauren

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 151

Ralph Lauren

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 89

Jacket “French Connection” ~$ 461 Shoes “Asos” ~$ 161

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 221

Bracelet “Asos” ~$ 20 Purse “Asos” ~$ 34 Skirt “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 70

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Sunglasses “Prada”

Necklace “Pilgrim” ~$ 127

„Marchesa“

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 204

Blouse “French Connection” ~$ 207

Dress “French Connection” ~$ 253

Parfume “Amouage Honour”

Purse “Asos” ~$ 76 „Valentino“

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 298

Dress “French Connection” ~$ 245

Earrings “Juicy Couture Princess” ~$ 102

Purse “Asos” ~$ 25

Skirt “French Connection” ~$ 192 Corset “Marks & Spencer” ~$ 55

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Earrings “Topshop” ~$ 11

Purse “Asos” ~$ 76

Bag “Asos” ~$ 68

„Valentino“

Dress “Topshop” ~$ 92

Blouse “French Connection” ~$ 95 Sunglasses “Prada”

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 30 Dress “French Connection” ~$ 169

„Marchesa“

Hairpins “Asos” ~$ 11

Shoes “Asos” ~$ 37

Purse “Asos” ~$ 42

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ONLINE: “Amouage” (www.amouage.com), “Asos” (www.asos.com), “French Connection” (www.frenchconnection.com), “Juicy Couture” (www.juicycouture.com), “Marchesa” (www.marchesa.com), “Marks & Spencer” (www.marksandspencer.com), “Pilgrim” (www.pilgrim.dk), “Prada” (www.prada.com), Ralph Lauren (www.ralphlauren.com), “Topshop” (www.topshop.com), “Valentino” (www.valentino.com).

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VARNA D.EFECT (designer Egle Ziemyte) is based in Lithuania. Collection “White Crow” (SS/2012) was presented at fashion festival “Fashion infection” in Vilnius. Photography Reda Mickevičiūtė (PIX Studio). Designer Eglė Žiemytė (D.efect), www.defectonline.com Make Up Ugnė Ežerinskaitė. Model Brigita. (“Supermodels”). You Can Be Here. Join Us On www.jurgita.com Location “Lofttown” (www.lofttown.lt/en)

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French Recommendations: Fashion, Food, Cinema and Street ... back from Paris, one colleague has started using French perfume. The other one has started reading Honoré de Balzac and Jean-Paul Sartre, yet another one has begun showing interest in French cinema. Parisian inspiration was spreading like a virus. The videoteque was complemented with French movies. The editorial office bookshelves were filled with beautiful books, French fashion magazines and articles about the legendary Paris designers, the true couturiers... The headphones played the wonderful soundtrack from the Fabulous Life of Amélie Poulain, mesmerising electronic Air music, and even George Bizet and Maurice Ravel classics. It seemed that the only thing missing was the good old French record-player and a typewriter instead of computer. French atmosphere was everywhere. There was no need to plan a trip to Paris anymore so that to feel the Paris for real...

FASHION (20 Recommendations) • “Balenciaga”. 10 Avenue Georges V 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Alma Marceau. • “Balmain”. 44 Rue Francois 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt. • “Céline”. 24 Rue de Sčvres 75007, Paryžius. Metro: Sčvres - Babylone. • “Chloé”. 54/56 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Madeleine. • “Christian Lacroix”. 73 Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Miromesnil. • “Chanel”. 31 Rue Cambon 75001 ir 40 Avenue Montaigne 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Madeleine. • “Comme des Garçons”. 23 Place Marché St-Honoré 75001, Paryžius. Metro: Pyramides. • “Dior”. 30 Avenue Montaigne 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Alma Marceau. • “Givenchy”. 3 Avenue Georges V 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Alma Marceau. • “Hermès”. 42 Avenue George V 75008, Paryžius. Metro: George V. • “Isabel Marant”. 47 Rue de Saintonge 75003, Paryžius. Metro: Filles du Calvaire. • “Yves Saint Laurent”. 38 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Madeleine. • “Jean-Charles de Castelbajac”. 61 Rue des Saints-Pčres 75006, Paryžius. Metro: Saint-Sulpice. • “Jean Paul Gaultier”. 44 Avenue George V 75008, Paryžius. Metro: George V. • “Kenzo”. 1 Rue du Pont Neuf 75001, Paryžius. Metro: Pont Neuf. • “Lanvin”. 22 ir 15 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Madeleine. • “Louis Vuitton”. 40 Boulevard Haussmann 75009, Paryžius. Metro: Chaussée d'Antin - La Fayette. • “Paco Rabanne”. 83 Rue des Saints-Pčres 75006, Paryžius. Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Prés. • “Pierre Cardin”. 59 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008, Paryžius. Metro: Miromesnil. • “Sonia Rykiel”. 175 Boulevard Saint-Germain 75006, Paryžius. Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Kamambero sūrio dėžutė.

FOOD (25 Recommendations) • Baguette – a long thin white stick of bread, typical to France. • Boeuf Bourguignon – beef Burgundy. • Boudin Blanc – smoked sausage with delicate taste • Coq au Vin – rooster cooked with wine. • Crème Brûlée – classic French dessert. • Crème de Carottes – carrot soup. • Crêpes Normandes – Normandy crepes. • Croissant – buttery flaky pastry. • Éclair – a long cream-filled pastry. • Foie gras – French delicacy made of the liver of a duck or goose. • Fromage – cheese. There are about 250 types of cheese in France. Some of the best: Camembert – a soft, creamy cheese, originating from Normandy; Brie de Meaux cheese and Roquefort – blue cheese. • Huître – oysters, French cuisine is unimaginable without these bivalve molluscs and other seafood. • Macaron – colourful meringue-based confectionery. • Madeleine – traditional French small sponge cakes. • Mousse au Chocolat – French chocolate mousse. • Quiches aux Légumes – vegetable quiche. • Oeufs Brouillés sur Mousseline de Petits Pois – omelette with green peas puree. • Pamplemousse en Soufflé – grapefruit soufflé. • Ratatouille – a stew. Traditional meal from Provence made of stewed vegetables, originating from Nice. • Salade de Lotte aux Pamplemousse – monkfish salad with grapefruit. • Soupe a l'Oignon – French onion soup. • Tajine d’Agneau – grilled lamb. • Truffe / Champignon – truffles, French mushrooms, delicacy. • Vin – wine. France is world’s largest wine producer. Most famous wine regions: Bordeaux, Beaujolais, Bourgogne. • Vin de Champagne – champagne, French sparkling wine. Champagne is the most famous region.

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CINEMA (25 Recommendations) • “Amélie” / “Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain” (2001. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Cast: Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz). • “Angel-A” (2005. Director Luc Besson. Cast: Rie Rasmussen, Jamel Debbouze). • “99 francs” / “99 f” (2007. Director Jan Kounen. Cast: Jean Dujardin, Jocelyn Quivrin). • “Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky” (2009. Director Jan Kounen. Cast: Anna Mouglalis, Mads Mikkelsen). • “Coco before Chanel” / “Coco avant Chanel” (2009. Director Anne Fontaine. Cast: Audrey Tautou, Benoīt Poelvoorde). • “2 Days in Paris” / “Deux jours à Paris” (2007. Director Julie Delpy. Cast: Julie Delpy, Adam Goldberg). • “La Vie en Rose” / “La môme” (2007. Director Olivier Dahan. Cast: Marion Cotillard, Gérard Depardieu). • “The Story of Richard O” / “L'histoire de Richard O” (2007. Director Damien Odoul. Cast: Mathieu Amalric, Rhizlaine El Cohen). • “Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life” / “Gainsbourg (Vie héroique)” (2010. Director Joann Sfar. Cast: Eric Elmosnino, Laetitia Casta). • “Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye” (2003. Director Heinz Bütler. Cast: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Alexander Brooks). • “A Very Long Engagement” / “Un long dimanche de fiançailles” (2004. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Cast: Audrey Tautou, Gaspard Ulliel). • “The Illusionist” / “L'illusionniste” (2010. Director Sylvain Chomet. Cast: Jean-Claude Donda, Eilidh Rankin). • “The Daydreams of Angels” / “La Vie Rêvée des Anges” (1998. Director Erick Zonca. Cast: Élodie Bouchez, Natacha Régnier). • “Girl on the Bridge” / “La fille sur le Pont” (1999. Director Patrice Leconte. Cast: Vanessa Paradis, Daniel Auteuil). • “The Science of Sleep” / “La science des rêves” (2006. Director Michel Gondry. Cast: Gael Garcķa Bernal, Charlotte Gainsbourg). • “Micmacs” / “Micmacs à tire-larigot” (2009. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Cast: Dany Boon, André Dussollier). • “Paris, I Love You” / “Paris, je t'aime” (2006. Director Olivier Assayas, Frédéric Auburtin ir kt. Cast: Juliette Binoche, Gérard Depardieu). • “Adèle and the Secret of the Mummy” / “Les aventures extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec” (2010. Director Luc Besson. Cast: Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric). • “La Femme Nikita” (1990. Director Luc Besson. Cast: Anne Parillaud, Patrick Fontana). • “Paris” (2008. Director Cédric Klapisch. Cast: Juliette Binoche, Romain Duris). • “Persepolis” (2007. Director Vincent Paronnaud, Marjane Satrapi. Cast: Chiara Mastroianni, Catherine Deneuve). • “The Dreamers” / “Innocents” (2003. Director Bernardo Bertolucci. Cast: Michael Pitt, Louis Garrel, Eva Green). • “Heartbreaker” / “L'arnacoeur” (2010. Director Pascal Chaumeil. Cast: Romain Duris, Vanessa Paradis). • “The Triplets of Belleville” / “Les triplettes de Belleville” (2003. Director Sylvain Chomet. Cast: Michele Caucheteux, Jean-Claude Donda). • “Vargdieniai” / “Les Misérables” (1995. Director Claude Lelouch. Cast: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michel Boujenah). • “Midnight in Paris” (2011. Director Woody Allen. Cast: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams).

Filmo „Širdžių ėdikas“ afiša.

STREET (30 Recommendations) • Colette – cult concept design shop in Patris, 213 Rue Saint Honoré 75001, Paris. Metro: Palais des Tuileries. • Yukiko Paris – vintage boutique selling French designer clothing (Chanel, Lanvin, etc.) 97 Rue Vieille-du-Temple 75003, Paris. Metro: Filles-du-Calvaire. • Jardin du Luxembourg – Luxembourg Gardens, a classic French park. Metro: Odéon. Stalls loaded with seafood in the streets of Montmartre and other Paris districts in the mornings. • Kong – an impressive bar & restaurant on the roof of the fashion house Kenzo with interior created by the cult French designer Philippe Starck. 1 Rue du Pont Neuf 75001, Paris. Metro: Pont Neuf. • Kooples – new and incredibly interesting French brand, inspired by street fashion, making stylish couples fashion ads. (www.thekooples.com). • La Défense – Paris skyscraper district. For modern architecture gourmets. • La Mer de Pianos – the oldest piano shop in Paris. 85 Rue Pascal 75013, Paris. Metro: Glacičre. • Ladurée – legendary French pastry shop in the Elysian Fields. 75 Avenue des Champs Elysées 75008, Paris. Metro: Georges V. • Lafayette Gourmet – luxurious gourmet food market under the roof. 40 Boulevard Haussmann 75009, Paris. Metro: Chaussée d’Antin. • Le Batofar – soul, funk and electronic music club on water. Port de la Gare 75013, Paris. Metro: Bibliotheque Franēois Mitterrand. • Le Café de Flore – probably the most famous typical French café. 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain 75006, Paris. Metro: Saint Germain des Pres. • Le marché aux fleurs – old French flee market. Place Louis Lépine 75004, Paris. Metro: Cité.

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• Les deux Moulins – café, featured the movie The Fabulous Life of Amélie Poulain. 15 Rue Lepic 75018, Paris. Metro: Abbesses. • Les Galleries Lafayette – another impressive Paris department store located in the same street as the Printemps. 40 Boulevard Haussmann 75009, Paris. Metro: Chaussée d’Antin. • L'Occitane en Provence – the largest L'Occitane shop. 84 Avenue Champs Elysées, 75008. Metro: George V. • Lomography Gallery Store. 6 Place Franz Liszt 75010, Paris. Metro: Gare du Nord. • Merci – concept design department store. 111 Boulevard Beaumarchais 75003, Paris. Metro: Saint-Sébastien - Froissart. • Mokuba – ribbon shop in Montmartre. 18 Rue Montmartre 75001, Paris. Metro: Etienne Marcel. • Musée de la Mode et du Textile – fashion museum with spectacular fashion and art book library. 107 Rue de Rivoli 75001, Paris. Metro: Louvre Rivoli. • Musée du Louvre. One of the largest museums in the world. 34 Cour Napoléon 75001, Paris. Metro: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre. • Musée Yves Saint Laurent – museum of the legendary French designer. 5 Avenue Marceau and 1 Rue Léonce Reynaud 75116, Paris. Metro Alma - Marceau. • Numéro – French alternative fashion magazine, sold in every street newsstand. • Pompidou – modern art museum in Beaubourg arrondissement in Paris. Place Georges Pompidou F-75004, Paris. Metro: Rambuteau. • Printemps – one of the most beautiful and luxurious French department stores. 64 Boulevard Haussmann 75009, Paris. Metro: Havre Caumartin. • Saint Martin canal – a place adored by true Parisians. Metro: République, Goncourt, Jaurès. Metro: Jacques Bonsergent. Seine riverbanks, Paris centre. • The Five Hotel – modern hotel in Latin district with interior created considering the five major human senses. 3 Rue Flatters 75005, Paris. Metro: Les Gobelins. • TASCHEN Paris – bookstore selling world’s most beautiful books. 2 Rue de Buci 75006, Paris. Metro: Odéon. • Vogue Paris – legendary fashion magazine, sold in every street newsstand.

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1. Candle To Go “Easter Brunch” (www.donkey-products.com) ~$ 8 2. Garlic Press “Eva Solo” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 89 3. Rolling Pin “Nuance” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 44 4. Salt and Pepper Grinder “Menu - Bottle” (www.connox.com) ~$ 44 5. Pestle “Nuance” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 28 6. Frame Bowl “Skagerak” (www.connox.com) ~$ 101 7. Electric Soft Touch Pepper Mill “Peugeot Zest” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 66 8. Beak Thermo Jug “Georg Jensen” (www.connox.com) ~$ 115 9. Potholder - Set of 2 “Eva Solo” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 44 10. Oil and Vinegar Carafe “Eva Solo” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 44 11. Innermost Petit Fours Plate (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 38 12. Drink Sticks - Set of 4 “Nuance” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 26 13. Whisk “Normann Copenhagen” (www.finnishdesignshop.com) ~$ 25 14. Decorative Sculptural Bowl “Eva Solo – Big Smiley” (www.connox.com) ~$ 150 15. Dinner Plates - Set Of 4 “LSA Ania” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 63 16. Canned Light by Ingo Maurer (www.connox.com) ~$ 259 17. Muse Salt and Pepper Shakers by Jonathan Adler (www.couturelab.com) ~$ 72 18. Cakestand & Dome “LSA Vienna” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 34 19. Dressing Shaker ““Eva Solo” (www.occa-home.co.uk) ~$ 38 20. Cristal Carafe and Set of 4 Cups “Normann Copenhagen” (www.madeindesign.co.uk) ~$ 55

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FASHION & STYLE CATWAL K

New York Fashion Week A/W 2012-2013

"Ohne Titel"

Gary Graham

"Preen"

Ralph Lauren

"DKNY"

London Fashion Week A/W 2012-2013

"Belsatff"

"McQ"

"Burberry Prorsum"

Meadham Kirchoff

"Basso & Brooke"

Milan Fashion Week A/W 2012-2013

"Dolce & Gabbana"

"Etro"

"Fendi"

"Marni"

"Prada"

Paris Fashion Week A/W 2012-2013

"Christian Dior"

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Christophe Lemaire

Thierry Mugler

"Balmain"

"Balenciaga"

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