November 25, 2013 § Leave a comment
Get to know MARIA –
Born in Setubal (Portugal) she lived in Lisbon and Paris where she studied Stage Design and interned at the museum Les Arts Decoratifs being part of the organisation of the exhibition “Hussein Chalayan: recits de mode”.
Moved to London at the end of 2011 and has been working at Fannie Schiavoni ever since. Briefly studied Womenswear at London College of Fashion and gained work experience with designers such as Craig Lawrence, Peter Pilotto, Richard Nicoll and Pam Hogg.
Launched her first capsule collection in August 2013.
All her work is extremely inspired by art and music and her background in scenography, jewellery and knitwear can be seen in her intricate, slowly hand-crafted work that aims to experiment and discover new techniques in textile modification and the use of unexpected materials.
Her latests designs are simply sensual, do check em out below –
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March 23, 2013 § Leave a comment
This is another video pick of the week for me!!!
It looks like this show is about to take off. Its going to be delivering new authentic music, fashion and Art. Always like to see new fresh content online to be honest.
Best stay tuned as some fresh talents are about to be exposed
December 17, 2012 § Leave a comment
Can somebody remedy me this… how can raw and fresh be in one music video all at the same time.
I came across this music video and those where the two words that came to my mind. “Raw” stood for the raw beauty and simplicity of the video while “fresh” just stood for how clean cut it was shot and how direct the message came through from the get go of the music video. Please experience it for yourself and let me know what words come to your mind.
June 21, 2012 § 1 Comment
Here is a brief interview of Mr Bill. I. Am aka Billers aka Bilal on BOLLYWOOD!!! Enjoy! 🙂
Tell us the basic features and aspects we need to know about Bollywood films?
erm…Ok here are the basics, an average film lasts 3 ½ hours. It has 6-8 songs and/or dances, and there are no kissing, nudity, sex or excessive swearing, or at least there was not for a long time…now I hear there might just be some breaking of these rules a little.
What are the story lines/plot like in a typical Bollywood film really?
They are based in downtown India then, there is a dance, boy meets girl…another dance, heart break, another dance…then they are reunited and finally guess what?
Another grand finale DANCE!!!!!
Name a couple of big stars in Bollywood?
Amitabh Bachan – he’s like the big actor of bollywood, people worship him and featured in a lot of films! He is like a mix between Sean Connery and George Clooney.
Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai – they are like the power couple of bollywood. She is the former miss world and he is the son of the biggest bollywood star, so a match made in heaven ( also very convenient). They are like the Brad and Angelina
Shahrukh Khan – he is the next big thing, the younger cooler version of Amitabh Bachan and will soon take over as the king of bollywood. He is sort of like a Leonardo Di’Caprio.
Kareena Kapoor – she is like the cool young IT girl of bollywood, she is like the acting version of Paris Hilton….
Shilpa Shetty – she had a mediocre career, but then her stint on Big Brother UK boosted her career and she was hot property for a while, but her career has dwindled again. She says she is like Angelina but she really isn’t.
Any reality TV shows in india?
Yes, there is one, which is the equivalent of Big Brother.
It is called Big Boss !!!
Big Boss!! ha ha Amazing, Finally what are your views on Bollywood films?
They are very good in many ways especially off the screen, meaning they help the economy, provide a form of escapism as most cinematic experiences do and they are an extension of the values of the indian culture! Love it!
Why thank you for your time MR BILL. I. AM.
Thank you for interviewing me, it was tots groovy!
P.S. Below are some Eye opening facts by Bilal on Bollywood VS. Hollywood:
FILMS PRODUCED: 1013
TICKETS SOLD: 3.6 billion
WORLDWIDE REVENUE: $1.3 billion
ANNUAL GROWTH RATE: 12.6%
AVG. COST PER FILM: $1.5 million
AVG.MARKETING COST: $500,000
FILMS PRODUCED: 739
TICKETS SOLD: 2.6 billion
WORLDWIDE REVENUE: $51 billion
ANNUAL GROWTH RATE: 5.6%
AVG. COST PER FILM: $47.7 million
AVG.MARKETING COST: $27.3 million
Follow Bill.I.Am aka Bilal on twitter @billersalam ……