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  • CHINA 


    Sand Castle Festival

    Sand art is the practice of modeling sand into an artistic form, such as a sand brushing, sand sculpture, sand painting, or sand bottles. A sand castle is a type of sand sculpture resembling a miniature building, often a castle. […]

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    Monet or Dalí?

    In the past, we proposed you use a piece of artwork as inspiration for an outfit, do you remember? We want to propose it to you again. It all started with this famous Dalí painting “The Elephants”. Although Dali’s painting […]

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  • UK 


    Clothes on the wall

    I was strolling by in Brick Lane and came across this spectacular colourful installation, clothes covering the Stolen Space building from the ground to the roof terrace. It was raining heavily and the clothes were literally soaked and weighing down […]

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    здравей! Introducing Bulgaria’s Benetton blogger

    My name is Yana Gerova, I am 24 years old and I was born and live in Sofia. Two years ago I started my own blog – trashyellow in which I write everything connected with fashion that inspires me. From […]

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    Pinterest, the new addiction

    Hands up who is not addicted to any social network. Nobody, right? Social networks are part of our day to day and we use them to communicate with our loved ones, for reasons of work…the possibilities are endless. As a […]

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    Objet Préféré/Objet Coloré at Milan’s Triennale

    Last week, from Tuesday to Sunday, Milan served as a stage for the ‘Salone del Mobile 2012’, the world famous annual fair dedicated to furniture and industrial design. For the people of Milan, though, the big thing is the so-called […]

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  • CHINA 


    Hiding in the city (and lost in fashion)

    Liu Bolin was born in China’s Shandong province. His work has been exhibited in museums around the world. Also known as “The Invisible Man”, Liu Bolin’s most popular works are from his Hiding in the City series; photographic works that […]

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  • PERU 


    If these streets could speak

    The power of art and street intervention. Happily there are gifted hands that dare and create outdoors, messages that say a lot without words. I wanted to show you some of my favorite pictures of street art. There are marvels […]

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    ModaLisboa, Lisbon Fashion Week freedom

    After these four days of ModaLisboa | Lisboa Fashion Week we leave more certain of one thing: fashion weeks are not all about defining trends, they are a way of exchanging experiences and they provide us with a new view […]

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  • CHILE 

    A tattoo is worth a thousand words - Blog Benetton

    Tattoo mania

    When I was little I was convinced that people who had tattoos were evil (a clear preconception created by bad TV) until I realized over the years that I was very wrong: when I grew up I started to noticed […]

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    It is México!

    Es Mx (“it is México”) is an integral Project born, according to their creators “from the desire to reveal a México full of architecture design, fashion and art, as well as feminine identity and photography”. We would define Es Mx […]

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    Peaceful saturday

    I wish every Saturday was like this. I wish we would meet up with friends and have chicken tagliatelle at Bej for breakfast. Then Dali or Picasso, Rembrandt, Miro would be in the town and we would visit them. We […]

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