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news n°
148970
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Kate Middleton indossa per la prima volta la mascherina durante un impegno pubblico, prima d'ora non l'avevamo mai vista con il volto coperto. La Duchessa di Cambridge non lascia nulla al caso e nel suo look perfetto abbina l'abito floreale alla mascherina. Ecco tutti i dettagli dell'outfit reale (con capelli biondi)
news n°
94446
From gossip
30 Jul 2020
Robert Eaton  International Hairstylist

Find put the latest hair collection, called “ Chromatic ”, made by “ Robert Eaton, Creative Director at Russell Eaton salons ” international hairstylist from UK

Ph: Richard Miles
Make - up: Lucy Flower
Stylist: Clare Frith

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news n°
94301
From gossip
24 Jul 2020
Fellowship ClubStar Art Team International Hairstylists

Find put the latest hair collection, called “ClubStar Shoot”, made by “ Fellowship ClubStar Art Team ” international hairstylist from UK

Ph: Andres Lesauvage
Make-up: Athena Efstathiou

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news n°
94392
From gossip
28 Jul 2020
Education SOCO Professional International Hairstylists

"Back to color" is born, the 2020 hair fashion collection of the SOCO Professional team which is inspired by nature, its colors and three fundamental atmospheres: the sea, the earth and the sky.

Hair Stylist: Team Education SOCO Professional -
Mariapina Aliperti - Giovanna Zaupa
Simone Scasso - Luca Rullo - Andrea Deluca
Ph: Ugo Ricciardi
Stylist: Annarita Mattei

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news n°
94461
From gossip
31 Jul 2020

Nella Capitale nascono GRANDI IDEE
da GRANDI STILISTI!

ANGELO DI PASCA Hairstylist Summer look 2020

ANGELO DI PASCA e SACCUCCI MASTERCLASS realizzano da sempre Hair Look straordinari, utilizzando tecniche sempre all'avanguardia, ottenendo risultatati unici come questa recentissima creazione "The New tecnique Balayage".

#saccuccimasterclass team
Balayage : Antonio Lubrano
Hair Cut : Elvio Proietti
Weves : #angelodipasca
Photo : Angelo_di_pasca_

news n°
94280
From gossip
23 Jul 2020
Imanol Oliver International Hairstylist

This collection is avant-garde in its purest state. A work of capillary goldsmithing where we took inspiration from hi-tech plastics and the aurora borealis. Treating the woman as if she were a jewel and experimenting with new materials and textures for the hair

Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: Wilder Rodriguez
Stylist: Eunnis Mesa

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news n°
148958
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

Watchmen e The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel  sono le serie del 2020 con più nomination agli Emmy

Ma se non le avete seguite durante l'anno e se non volete lanciarvi in un binge-watching da oggi alla cerimonia di premiazione del 20 settembre su tutte le stagioni di ambedue le serie, quali sono gli episodi imperdibili da guardare per avere un'idea del perché di tutto questo clamore?

Negli anni,  alcuni episodi classici come quello del funerale di Chuckles il Clown di Mary Tyler Moore, la Scommessa in Seinfeld, o la puntata sul Thanksgiving di Master of None scritta da Lena Waithe sono entrati negli annali della storia della televisione. Anche queste due serie hanno degli episodi cardine? La risposta ci arriva dalla lista completa delle nomination della The Television Academy che ci mostra quali episodi hanno ricevuto maggiore approvazione  (ogni serie manda sei episodi alla giuria, mentre gli attori inviano una puntata solamente per mostrare le loro performance).

Osservando l'intera lista di 60 pagine di nomination in tutto il suo splendore, ho notato alcuni ulteriori episodi che fanno capolino più e più volte in una serie di categorie. Ecco, i migliori episodi delle serie tv dell'anno, secondo l'opinione di chi ha stilato le nomination agli Emmy. 

RuPaul’s Drag Race, “I’m That Bitch”

Tutti in piedi per le regine della premiere della 12esima stagione, nella quale il giudice ospite Nicki Minaj (rossa rossissima dalla testa ai piedi) presiede una lip-synch battle su Starship  per scrivere ed esibirsi e presenta la sfida di riscrivere ed esibirsi (e ballare) sul suo pezzo originale. (Citando Widow VonDu: "Girls get mad when they look at these thighs / They rub together like they harmonize."). Nomination per i vestiti, contemporary hairstyling, trucco, regia e altro questo questo catwalk ai brillantini è RuPaul's Drag Race al suo meglio.

Succession, “This Is Not for Tears”

Sia Jeremy Strong che Nicholas Braun (alias Kendall Roy e Cugino Greg) —che sono nominati rispettivamente come miglior attore e attore non protagonista — hanno presentato la loro candidatore con questo finale della seconda stagione, secondo GoldDerby; la puntata anche ricevuto apprezzamenti per la regia, il montaggio e la colonna sonora. Il raffinato drama tra le altre cose contiene:: la testimonianza di Greg al Senato; la vacanza in yacht della famiglia Roy attraverso il Mediterraneo (con notevoli confronti con Below Deck) con annesso triangolo amoroso in alto mare con Shiv e Tom protagonisti; e, naturalmente, la conferenza stampa in cui Kendall sgancia una notizia bomba che colpisce l'impero familiare.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, “Comedy or Cabbage”

I vestiti del periodo rosa sono praticamente un personaggio a se stante nello spettacolo tanto amato dagli Emmy, e forse lo sono più che mai in questo episodio in cui Midge e la compagnia si trasferiscono a Miami Beach. I costumi e il trucco in questa puntata sono giustamente tra le 20 nomination dello show, ma lo è anche la regia e, per la guest star Luke Kirby che veste i panni di Lenny Bruce, che riemerge e condivide una notte al calor bianco (più di tensioni che di azioni) con Midge. Nel caso ve lo foste perso: c'è una scena particolarmente notevole in un club cubano.

Saturday Night Live hosted by Eddie Murphy

In questo dicembre 2019, il Saturday Night Live pre-pandemia è stato condotto da uno dei più grandi di tutti i tempi   — ritornato al SNL per la prima volta dal 1984 — , con momenti storici come il ritorno di Gumby durante Weekend Update e “Home for the Holidays”, una sorta di Indovina chi viene a cena? al contrario, in cui il fidanzato bianco della figlia di Murphy è trattato come un uomo strano. Insieme alle successive edizioni di SNL at Home, è tra gli episodi più indimenticabili dell'anno, e ha al suo interno una nomination per Murphy nella categoria di attore ospite in una serie comica, in lotta con Kirby e Brad Pitt per i suoi tre minuti nei panni del Dr. Anthony Fauci.

The Crown, “Aberfan”

Basato su una tragedia vera che ha causato 144 morti nel 1966, questo episodio dalle tinte dark sul crollo di una montagna di rifiuti di carbone nel villaggio gallese di Aberfan è un episodio straziante e visivamente potente che assomiglia più a un film di Hollywood che a un episodio di una serie tv. Approfondisce anche uno dei temi chiave dei Reali immaginari (e reali): la tendenza a sopprimere le emozioni e, nello specifico, il dolore. (La Regina Elisabetta impiegò più di una settimana a visitare Aberfan dopo il crollo, prefigurando, forse per alcuni spettatori, la sua risposta pubblica piuttosto lenta alla morte della principessa Diana tre decenni dopo.)

Watchmen, “It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice”

L'adattamento HBO dell'acclamata graphic novel si è conquistata gli Emmy al primo sguardo. Questo episodio della premiere compare in tutta la lista delle nomination, incluse le nomination alla regia e il production design. In esso, l'attacco del Ku Klux Klan a Tulsa - girato nell'anniversario del massacro davvero avvenuto nel 1921 - getta le basi per una stagione di sbalorditivo dramma distopico, con Regina King nel ruolo del detective sotto copertura Sister Knight e Don Johnson che interpreta il capo della polizia. Un setting poi passato alle cronache con incredibile precognizione per il raduno elettorale del Presidente Trump durante le proteste contro il razzismo. 

Cheer, “Daytona”

Cheer non è stato solo uno dei binge-watch definitivi dell'anno, ma anche sei volte candidato agli Emmy, anche nella categoria  miglior unstructured reality show,. L'episodio più volte segnalato agli Emmy è stato anche pieno di "grida di incoraggiamento", lacrime (sia nello schermo che, siamo onesti, fuori), e di un trionfo con il il finale in cui la squadra di Navarro si consacra alle nazionali di Daytona. Riprendere quelle coreografie e fare il sound editing di quei momenti pieni zeppi di urla ha richiesto innegabilmente un talento a livello Emmy.

Questo articolo è originariamente uscito su Vogue.us.

news n°
148964
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

In February 2020, Slideluck Editorial launched the third biennial global call for photographers, on the theme "Everything is connected". A reflection on how the events associated with climate change are inextricably connected either with the way we live, eat, vote, consume, act upon; but also with the unjust world we live in. The aim was to explore the theme through different ways of storytelling and documentary approach that can help reflect on the causes and consequences of the impact and responsibility of man on the health of the planet.

Now—more than ever—it is necessary to be aware of how connected we are; not only in passively suffering the consequences of climate change and its catastrophic effects, but also in the tangible possibility and in the hope that if we do the opposite, we can have a positive impact in reversing the trend.

History, and the current pandemic, is showing us how vulnerable we are and what are the effects of the unjust planet we have created. This is forcing further reflection on the acceptance that we are inextricably part of nature. We are not separate from it. We are one of the many forms that nature has taken, and in this we are part of the global problem, as well as the potential solution.

Hence, contemporary and documentary photography has the ambition to have a social role in telling stories that have the power to touch people's hearts and eyes and lead to a new level of consciousness and knowledge.

The competition attracted photographers from all over the world, touching all continents, and the jury selected the ten projects that will be part of the world tour. The selected projects: Sana Ahmadizadeh (Iran), A place to live Igor Elukov (Russia), The Book of Miracles Pietro Lo Casto (Italy), To Search the Secret of the Forest Mattia Marzorati (Italy), The Land of Holes Kaveer Rai (India), Cyclone Fani - After the storm Isadora Romero (Ecuador), Extremophiles Michele Sibiloni (Italy), Nsenene Jakub Stanek (Poland), In Anticipation of the Sun Misha Vallejo (Ecuador), Secret Sarayaku Ami Vitale (United States), The Guardian Warriors "Everything is Connected" will be presented in various festivals and platforms from Italy, England, South America, the Netherlands, Africa.

Watch the gallery to learn more about the winning projects.

Everything is connected • The gallery
Sana Ahmadizade
Sana Ahmadizade
Igor Elukov 
Igor Elukov
Pietro Lo Casto
Pietro Lo Casto
Mattia Marzorati
Mattia Marzorati
Kaveer Rai
Kaveer Rai
Isadora Romero
Isadora Romero
Michele Sibiloni
Michele Sibiloni
Jakub Stanek
Jakub Stanek
Misha Vallejo
Misha Vallejo
Ami Vitale
Ami Vitale
news n°
148975
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

Qualche giorno fa, Kendall Jenner è stata avvistata fuori da un ristorante di Los Angeles mentre sfoggiava un capo del brand peruviano di moda sostenibile Mozh Mozh. La gonna crochet indossata da Jenner fa parte della collezione primavera estate 2020 del brand ed è interamente realizzata a mano da un gruppo di artigiane in una cittadina vicino Lima. Mozh Mozh che nel 2019 ha fatto parte di The Next Green Talents, è un marchio apprezzato in tutto il mondo per le sue pratiche sostenibili e responsabili e anche per la sua estetica spiccatamente contemporanea. Di base a Lima e creato da Mozhdeh Matin sviluppa capi innovativi fatti a mano in collaborazione con artigiani locali di varie zone del Perù, valorizzando e dando un nuovo significato alle tecniche ancestrali e tradizionali di maglieria del Paese. Il suo lavoro creativo si svolge a fianco degli artigiani, scegliendo i colori e le tecniche più adatte a raccontare la storia di ogni collezione. Fin dagli esordi, Mozh Mozh ha guadagnato l’apprezzamento da parte della stampa e dei mercati internazionali, e quindi non sorprende che anche le celeb lo abbiano scoperto. “Già da un po’ lavoriamo con Dani Michelle, la celebrity stylist, lo scorso febbraio le abbiamo mandato degli abiti per Bella Hadid, e ora per Kendall”, spiega Matin. “Gli inviamo le nostre collezioni e loro scelgono cosa gli piacerebbe indossare.”

Bella Hadid è stata vista lo scorso febbraio alla Milano Fashion Week con pantaloni e cappotto abbinati, realizzati nel tessuto che il brand ha da poco sviluppato: un latex a base vegetale - o shiringa – che sembra pelle. Un materiale biodegradabile che per Mozh Mozh è l’alternativa sostenibile ai pellami di origine animale. Il materiale viene creato con la gomma estratta da una serie di alberi in Amazzonia e poi spalmato su un tessuto in cotone, una pratica tradizionale che oggi assume un nuovo significato, e al contempo incoraggia le imprese locali a produrre in modo pulito e consapevole. “Apprezziamo molto il fatto che modelle come Bella o Kendall sostengano piccole imprese sostenibili come la nostra, aiuta a rafforzare la nostra presenza sul mercato”, un gesto semplice che serve a veicolare il messaggio di un designer a livello globale.  

Il brand di moda sostenibile è in procinto di lanciare la collezione autunno inverno 2020 2021, “Love Letters to Lima”, collezione che è rimasta in stand-by per quasi tre mesi a causa della pandemia, e che ha fatto riflettere Matin sul suo rapporto con il suo amatissimo Perù. “Abbiamo ricominciato a lavorare coinvolgendo i nostri artigiani, e la nuova collezione sarà disponibile online da settembre”, continua Matin. “E stiamo anche preparando la collezione primavera estate 2021, che rivisiterà gli archivi di Mozh Mozh, facendo il punto sul lavoro fatto negli ultimi 5 anni per una reinterpretazione dei nostri capi tricot e dei modelli già conosciuti, mettendo sempre in primo piano le nostre idee e i nostri valori”.

 

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news n°
94290
From gossip
23 Jul 2020
Raquel Saiz  International Hairstylist

With its fresh beauty and natural elegance, Chérie possesses the authentic sophistication of the Parisians.  Naturalness, romanticism and elegance, without the adjectives that define it.  It reflects a self-confident woman, capable of overcoming any challenge that may arise. "Elegance is the only beauty that never fades" Audrey Hepburn.

Ph: Esteban Roca
Make-up: Manuela Gimenez
tylist: Raquel Saiz / Ulises Mesa

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news n°
148963
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

La terribile esplosione che ha colpito Beirut in Libano ha provocato danni profondissimi in una città dall'equilibrio molto delicato. Le difficoltà che tutto il mondo sta vivendo per via della pandemia, avevano già aggravato la situazione della città libanese, che è stata così messa ulteriormente alla prova. In questo 2020 pieno di momenti davvero complessi, anche i designer stanno combattendo per trovare soluzioni alternative, per lavorare nonostante le restrizioni e per portare avanti i propri brand, reinventandosi costantemente e cercando di adattarsi a una realtà inedita e precaria, visti i continui e imprevedibili cambiamenti. Questo nuovo e inaspettato evento rappresenta un durissimo colpo per i designer libanesi che ora hanno perso uffici e atelier, andati completamente distrutti per la potenza dell'impatto che ha raggiunto anche i quartieri più lontani dal porto della città di Beirut, dove l'esplosione si è generata. Dare un supporto a questi designer, spesso seguiti da Vogue Talents fin dagli esordi, diventa un imperativo morale, e per loro potrebbe almeno rappresentare un piccolo sostegno. Vi indichiamo alcuni nomi di designer libanesi di talento nella speranza che questo possa aiutarli, anche solo nella forma di un supporto morale. 

Ashi Studio è il brand lanciato nel 2007 da Mohammed Ashi con l'obiettivo di portare nell'Haute Couture un mix cosmopolita di riferimenti che partono inevitabilmente dalla cultura araba. I volumi teatrali e le decorazioni intricate sono sicuramente l'elemento distintivo del brand. 

Krikor Jabotian ha fondato il suo brand omonimo a soli ventitré anni, trasformandolo in un'impresa familiare grazie al supporto del padre, la madre e la sorella che lavorano al suo fianco. Gli abiti incredibilmente voluminosi, fatti di stratificazioni scultoree sono preziose creazioni appartenenti a un'alta moda moderna e di impatto. 

La homepage del sito di Bazaza, brand di Hussein Bazaza, si apre con un cuore che riempiendosi svela i contenuti creati dal designer. La passione è sicuramente uno dei motivi che ha spinto Bazaza a creare il suo brand e a portarlo avanti, ottenendo diversi riconoscimenti tra i quali la vittoria a Who is on Next? Dubai, concorso organizzato da Vogue Italia. 

Roni Helou con il suo brand omonimo sostiene l'idea di un approccio responsabile attraverso l'utilizzo e il recupero di tessuti di scarto e vintage, evitando così la produzione di nuovi materiali. Il suo design moderno fonde insieme un'estetica androgina con dettagli a contrasto che ne evidenziano il forte eclettismo. 

Salim Azzam collabora con le donne del suo villaggio d'origine per raccontare, attraverso ricami realizzati con tecniche antiche, delle vere e proprie storie, usando i suoi capi come le pagine di un libro. Tutto è realizzato tra i monti del Libano dove racconti rurali diventano decori che condivide così con il mondo. 

Il designer Eric Mathieu Ritter ha fondato il brand Emergency Room con l'obiettivo di creare una reale alternativa al fast-fashion. L'idea è quella di concentrarsi sulla tecnica dell'upcycling applicandola a materiali insoliti, come tovaglie e lenzuola, che così diventano capi unici. 

Nell'ambito del supporto ai designer libanesi va sicuramente menzionato il Creative Space Beirut, una scuola gratuita per tutti coloro che vogliono studiare fashion design, dedicata a chi ha del talento, ma si trova in una posizione difficile. Questo spazio quindi offre una possibilità a quei giovani che desiderano davvero percorrere questa strada, pur non avendo i mezzi per farlo. 

Sempre nell'ottica del sostegno, offerto soprattutto ai designer che provengono da Paesi medio-orientali e dal mondo arabo, è necessario fare riferimento allo Showroom Maison Pyramide che attraverso un rete globale di contatti crea opportunità per una accurata selezione di creativi, con un'attenzione particolare per coloro che scelgono un approccio responsabile. 

news n°
94335
From gossip
24 Jul 2020

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GLOBElife.com ❤ ospita le Aziende, i Distributori e gli Hairstylists più prestigiosi del settore

Ha un network di 1.621 domini collegati, tutti dedicati all’hairfashion e 31 pagine collegate di Facebook
È riconosciuto come n° 1 al mondo per informazioni su: tendenze moda degli stilisti internazionali più famosi, prodotti e attrezzature professionali più innovative, avvenimenti quotidiani del settore ma anche della bellezza e dello spettacolo, fiere internazionali, show e pedane di formazione.

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GLOBElife ospita le Aziende, i Distributori e gli Hairstylists più prestigiosi del settore.

È web-sponsor ufficiale dei più IMPORTANTI eventi internazionali: Alternative Hair (London - UK); Salon International (UK); Expo Beauty SHow (MX); Salon LOOK (ES); Beyond Beauty (T);Beauty e Spa (IND); Beauty Expo (UZ); MCB (FR).

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news n°
94518
From gossip
04 Aug 2020

ENVIE VEGAN GREEN HAIR COLOR è la nuova filosofia produttiva: rispetto dei capelli, rispetto dell'ambiente


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news n°
148957
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

Martedì 4 agosto un paio di esplosioni hanno scosso Beirut, il secondo abbastanza grande da essere sentito a 150 miglia di distanza, a Cipro. La causa delle esplosioni nella capitale del Libano è ancora da definire in questo momento, ma le conseguenze sono già visibili a tutti e sono pesanti. Oltre alla morte di almeno 100 persone e al ferimento di oltre 4.000, le esplosioni hanno anche danneggiato diverse strutture in tutta la città - richiedendo l’evacuazione di almeno 300.000 persone già a partire da mercoledì - e hanno reso non commestibile una grande quantità di scorte alimentari.

È difficile sapere cosa fare quando una tragedia di questa portata colpisce l’umanità, ma ci sono sempre tanti modi di aiutare. Hamad Hasan, ministro della sanità del Libano, ha affermato che il paese "sta esaurendo tutto il necessario per salvare" e curare le vittime. Di seguito, allora un elenco di modalità per aiutare a ridurre la sofferenza delle persone colpite dalle esplosioni di Beirut.

Croce rossa libanese: questa unità di pronto intervento offre soccorso alle vittime delle calamità naturali e umane e sta cercando da subito di raggiungere il luogo dell'esplosione per curare i feriti

Impact Lebanon: questa organizzazione non profit sta attualmente supportando i primi soccorritori che sono corsi in aiuto dei feriti dell’esplosione.

Save the Children: questo ente di beneficenza si concentra sui più giovani. I loro uffici sono stati danneggiato dall'esplosione, e hanno recentemente lanciato una richiesta di donazioni, con il direttore della sede libanese, Jad Sakr, che ha affermato: "È vitale che i bambini e le loro famiglie abbiano accesso ai servizi di prima necessità, comprese le cure mediche e la protezione fisica ed emotiva ".

BASSMA: Questa organizzazione non profit si dedica a sradicare la povertà e l'ingiustizia economica in Libano attraverso la fornitura di pasti, prodotti sanitari, istruzione, lavoro di corrispondenza e altro ancora.

Baytna Baytak: questa associazione di beneficenza, che ha fornito alloggi gratuiti agli operatori sanitari durante la pandemia di COVID-19, sta ora lavorando con Impact Lebanon per fornire rifugio alle persone sfollate a seguito delle esplosioni.

news n°
148956
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

Sales season is in full swing but, before buying on impulse thinking we are making the bargain of a lifetime, we recommend you take a look at our guide to the best men’s fashion sneakers to buy online in the sales.

White Sneakers
Valentino Garavani
Valentino
Valentino Garavani
Gorunway

The sneakers from Valentino Garavani feature a VLTN logo, a recurring element in the recent menswear collections by Pierpaolo Piccioli. The monochrome style will not go out of fashion at the end of the season, and the leather waterproof design will come handy under the first autumnal rains.

Versace
Versace
Versace
Gorunway

The Squalo sneaker we spotted on the Versace men’s runway stands out for its two-tone sole, the wavy design and the signature greek motif of the house. The Squalo is among the most coveted shoes of 2020 and some of the styles are already for sale at a reduced price on the house’s official website versace.com.

Givenchy
Givenchy
Givenchy
Gorunway

The new Spectre sneakers from Givenchy (already featured in our edit of men’s shoes for 2020) is like a glove enveloping the foot up to the ankle. The soft nylon upper is waterproof yet breathable and features a grip sole and elements inspired by outdoor apparel.

Other men’s fashion sneakers to look for in the sales online
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Acne Studios
Gorunway

The N3W men’s sneakers from Acne Studios feature a mesh upper that shows through the foot or the sock. The design is already available at a reduced price on a number of websites (see ssense.com) and is the brand’s offering also for the next season. Its latest sheer PVC edition is now sold out on the label’s official website acnestudios.com.

Marcelo Burlon County of Milan
Marcelo Burlon
Marcelo Burlon County of Milan
Gorunway

The C-Run 3000 design from Marcelo Burlon to look for in the sales comes in Klee blue, which the designer has chosen as County of Milan’s new distinctive shade. You might even found them on sale online at (almost) half the price.

Off White
Off White
Off White
Gorunway

Finally, the last 2020 men’s sneakers we suggest to look for in the online sales is an Off White design, a provocation for all Virgil Abloh fans who are aware they might find the shoes at a higher price on some reselling portal, and not discounted, as they probably dream of.

news n°
148974
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Sapete perché la carta igienica viene decorata con dei disegnini stampati? Non si tratta di un semplice dettaglio estetico, è qualcosa di utilissimo e funzionale: ecco la spiegazione dettagliata.
news n°
148960
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Cardi B è riuscita ancora una volta a sorprendere i fan con uno dei suoi look esuberanti. Si è vestita graffata letteralmente dalla testa ai piedi, puntando su un outfit vintage di Louis Vuitton. Il dettaglio che non è passato inosservato? Ha lasciato imprimere l'iconico logo Monogram anche sui capelli.
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94430
From gossip
29 Jul 2020
Sam Wall International Hairstylist

This collection is a spin off from a previous collection from Sam (Cast). This collection aims to highlight the individual personality of everyone – regardless of their job or role in society. The hair is part of their visual persona that reflects their character – the Romantic, the Influencer, the Bohemian, the Free Spirit, the Modernist & the Minimalist.

Ph: Marie Harkness
Models: TTM Management

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94408
From gossip
28 Jul 2020
Sevda Durukan International Hairstylist

This Collection from JOICO European Design Team member, Sevda Durukan fuses many sources of inspiration including art, poetry, history and images of her grandmother to create a beautiful showcase of her imagination and creativity. Inspired by the past, but with a contemporary feel, the soft tones of the images are reminiscent of a beautiful painting by one of the grand masters

Ph: Gpluskphoto
Make-up: Magdalena Loza
Stylist: julia muller styling

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148971
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Gli specchi ingranditori per il trucco permettono di avere una visuale completa e dettagliata del viso. Sono molto utili per realizzare un trucco preciso, eliminare i peli superflui dal volto o rifinire la barba. I modelli disponibili in commercio sono da tavolo, a parete, con luce o portatili, tutti dotati di uno specchio con ingranditore che permette di concentrarsi su determinate parti del viso. Scopriamo insieme quali sono i migliori di quest'anno, come utilizzarli e quali sono le differenze con uno specchio normale.
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94257
From gossip
21 Jul 2020
Takara Belmont

TAKARA BELMONT è sulla copertina di BEAUTYBAZAR fashion.

TAKARA BELMONT ITALY non è solo la filiale italiana del gruppo giapponese leader nel mondo per la progettazione e realizzazione di centri beauty & wellness. È prima di tutto una grande squadra di manager ed esperti in grado di assistere il professionista del benessere in tutte le fasi che precedono, affiancano e seguono l’apertura di un salone d’acconciatura/estetica/SPA.

Marco Bursi, amministratore delegato di Takara Belmont Italy, ci tiene a sottolineare i valori che guidano in Italia la strategia commerciale:
“I progetti firmati Takara Belmont rispettano tutti gli standard qualitativi per i quali il nostro gruppo è riconosciuto nel mondo. Sottolineo la parola ‘progetto’ in quanto non vendiamo semplicemente un prodotto o un modello di design, ma abbiniamo un servizio di consulenza che supporta il processo decisionale, la realizzazione e tutto il post-vendita, oltre che un sistema di garanzia evoluto.
In molti casi questo può significare la progettazione di interi ambienti con particolari personalizzazioni o la ricerca di soluzioni che soddisfino le specifiche esigenze di spazio, budget, stile e personalità.
Per questa ragione, scegliere Takara Belmont significa acquistare insieme ad un prodotto di alta qualità il valore di un know-how che affianca il cliente in tutto il percorso connesso alla realizzazione o ristrutturazione di un ambiente”.
“In quest’ottica” continua Bursi “si inserisce anche il potenziamento del centro di produzione italiano per garantire un Made in Italy di eccellenza, oltre che soluzioni personalizzate. La nostra rete vendita è la prima espressione di questa filosofia che pone il cliente al centro delle proposte commerciali, condividendo appieno il valore della ricerca, dell’innovazione, della tecnologia, del design, della tradizione”.

BEAUTYBAZAR fashion è lo short magazine dedicato alla moda-capelli di tendenza e TAKARA BELMONT si è aggiudicato la copertina di questo numero.

TAKARA BELMONT è in copertina !

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TAKARA BELMONT ITALY
Via Marino Mazzacurati, 4/1
42019 Scandiano (RE) | Italy
Telefono +39 0522 086548

Per maggiori informazioni: info@globelife.com

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94503
From gossip
31 Jul 2020

This year it is going to be impossible to organise a live Alternative Hair Show and Visionary Award

IMAGINE ❤️ A Virtual Alternative Hair Show

As many of you will have heard and I’m sure realised by now, this year it is going to be impossible to organise a live Alternative Hair Show and Visionary Award, but I’m sure you will also have realised that a little thing like a pandemic isn’t going to stop Tony Rizzo!

Which is why, he and Anthony Mascolo have come up with the idea of IMAGINE, a virtual show that will link to supporting artistic teams across the Globe and can be watched at convenience by hairdressers in time-zones that don’t allow watching the live performances.

The show will be held on Sunday 11th October and will be linked to Anthony Mascolo’s studio: The Library, in South London, where a ‘socially distanced few’ will compere the evening and communicate with the audience. The audience will be asked to make a donation to the charity, Fighting Leukaemia.

That’s not all! Over the last few weeks, Tony has had all of the previous shows made into a digital format and these will be made available to a new Alternative Hair Community - Can you imagine 38 years of shows!!
There will be a small subscription charge to join the community and then to receive more communication from Alternative Hair as well as a free ‘ticket’ to the show.

In these difficult times, Tony is still committed to raising an annual sum of money to support several projects with which Alternative Hair is involved.

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94318
From gossip
24 Jul 2020
Victor Alonso International Hairstylist

Origen by Víctor Alonso is a retrospective view of more than 30 years of his career as a hairdresser. A return to his beginnings, a commitment to fidelity to himself, an expression of his essence, and a need to leave a mark of his soul.  

Ph: Juanjo Martín
Make-up: Victoria
Stylist: Aaron Gil

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94514
From gossip
04 Aug 2020

GREMBIULI PROFESSIONALI by European Estrella

Caratteristiche del Prodotto:
> MATERIALE IN MISTO COTONE e LINO
> DIMENSIONE 30x22"
> COLORI NERO e ROSSO
> CINTURA REGOLABILE
> 3 GRANDI TASCHE CON SEPARATORI

European Estrella garantisce consegna in 24/48 ore.

Richiedi maggiori informazioni: info@globelife.com

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94358
From gossip
27 Jul 2020
Tony Haresign International Hairstylist

The Block Rockin’ Collection is a homage to the long hair and rebellious styles of the rock bands of the 70’s and 80’s. Influenced by Queen, Led Zepplin and Whitesnake who championed the 'Rock God' , this collections brings back to life this iconic look, combining untamed hair, vintage clothes and smokey makeup to add the punch.

Ph: Marie Harkness
Make-Up: Ellie Gibsonn
Stylist: Ellie Gibsonn

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94264
From gossip
22 Jul 2020
Chrystofer Benson International Hairstylist

This collection by Chrystofer Benson explores the unique feel and look of
enamel paints and finishes. While using various detailed cutting, dressing and classic styling techniques to create a different shapes and textures, this
collections is fused together by the cool translucent tones and sheen of
Enamels.

Ph: John Rawson
Make-Up: Danielle Donahue
Stylist: Hannah Leigh

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148968
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Elettra Lamborghini risponde ai fan che l'accusano di pubblicare immagini sui suoi social ritoccate con Photoshop. La twerking queen che ha appena lanciato il singolo dell'estate 'La isla' con Giusy Ferreri non ci sta e risponde con un video mostrando il corpo.
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148965
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Sana Ahmadizadeh (Iran), A place to live
The oil-rich and industrial city in Khuzestan Province supplies about 87% of Iran’s oil demand. Ahvaz is at the peak of its environmental crisis due to drought in the wetlands, Karun river water transmission, and dust storms; the city which respiratory patients’ data are still classified. Dust storms have increased respiratory diseases mortality and immigration from Ahvaz since 2002. In addition to the internal sources of dust, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are also two main sources of particulates. This environmental crisis has become more complicated war and continuous drought in Iraq, economic pressures brought about by re-enforced nuclear sanctions on Iran by the United States, increased diplomatic tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the lack of cooperation of the Arab countries in the region.
Sana left Ahvaz in 2017 on the advice of doctors due to my respiratory illness. These images reflect the days when breathing have become a bitter and painful experience for her.
“A Place to Live” is a personal journey about her emotions and relationships with the environment where she stayed until partial improvement of my health, an environment that reminds her two generations of displaced people. This is a long term series intended to picture her personal experiences affected by this environmental crisis, whose impacts could go beyond the geographical boundaries of Iran.
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Sana Ahmadizadeh (Iran), A place to live The oil-rich and industrial city in Khuzestan Province supplies about 87% of Iran’s oil demand. Ahvaz is at the peak of its environmental crisis due to drought in the wetlands, Karun river water transmission, and dust storms; the city which respiratory patients’ data are still classified. Dust storms have increased respiratory diseases mortality and immigration from Ahvaz since 2002. In addition to the internal sources of dust, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are also two main sources of particulates. This environmental crisis has become more complicated war and continuous drought in Iraq, economic pressures brought about by re-enforced nuclear sanctions on Iran by the United States, increased diplomatic tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the lack of cooperation of the Arab countries in the region. Sana left Ahvaz in 2017 on the advice of doctors due to my respiratory illness. These images reflect the days when breathing have become a bitter and painful experience for her. “A Place to Live” is a personal journey about her emotions and relationships with the environment where she stayed until partial improvement of my health, an environment that reminds her two generations of displaced people. This is a long term series intended to picture her personal experiences affected by this environmental crisis, whose impacts could go beyond the geographical boundaries of Iran.
Sana Ahmadizade
Sana Ahmadizadeh (Iran), A place to live
The oil-rich and industrial city in Khuzestan Province supplies about 87% of Iran’s oil demand. Ahvaz is at the peak of its environmental crisis due to drought in the wetlands, Karun river water transmission, and dust storms; the city which respiratory patients’ data are still classified. Dust storms have increased respiratory diseases mortality and immigration from Ahvaz since 2002. In addition to the internal sources of dust, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are also two main sources of particulates. This environmental crisis has become more complicated war and continuous drought in Iraq, economic pressures brought about by re-enforced nuclear sanctions on Iran by the United States, increased diplomatic tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the lack of cooperation of the Arab countries in the region.
Sana left Ahvaz in 2017 on the advice of doctors due to my respiratory illness. These images reflect the days when breathing have become a bitter and painful experience for her.
“A Place to Live” is a personal journey about her emotions and relationships with the environment where she stayed until partial improvement of my health, an environment that reminds her two generations of displaced people. This is a long term series intended to picture her personal experiences affected by this environmental crisis, whose impacts could go beyond the geographical boundaries of Iran.
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Sana Ahmadizadeh (Iran), A place to live The oil-rich and industrial city in Khuzestan Province supplies about 87% of Iran’s oil demand. Ahvaz is at the peak of its environmental crisis due to drought in the wetlands, Karun river water transmission, and dust storms; the city which respiratory patients’ data are still classified. Dust storms have increased respiratory diseases mortality and immigration from Ahvaz since 2002. In addition to the internal sources of dust, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are also two main sources of particulates. This environmental crisis has become more complicated war and continuous drought in Iraq, economic pressures brought about by re-enforced nuclear sanctions on Iran by the United States, increased diplomatic tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the lack of cooperation of the Arab countries in the region. Sana left Ahvaz in 2017 on the advice of doctors due to my respiratory illness. These images reflect the days when breathing have become a bitter and painful experience for her. “A Place to Live” is a personal journey about her emotions and relationships with the environment where she stayed until partial improvement of my health, an environment that reminds her two generations of displaced people. This is a long term series intended to picture her personal experiences affected by this environmental crisis, whose impacts could go beyond the geographical boundaries of Iran.
Sana Ahmadizade
Igor Elukov (Russia), The Book of Miracles
The series is titled after the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a 16th century German illustrated manuscript listing the supernatural phenomena from the Flood to the time of the book’s completion. The events described in the manuscript reveal the involvement of God in the human world. In contrast, Igor read “The Book of Miracles” from the position of cosmocentrism. It is a story about forces and elements that are indifferent to us and capable of destroying us; and about the need to seek harmony with these forces. About good and unkind premonitions and fragility of life. This is a view at an ecosystem in which it is impossible to separate a man from nature and nature from space. The goal of the project was to find technology that allows only partial control of the result, so that each picture was taken in collaboration with the elements, landscape, fauna. Creating images in reality, rather than using computer technology, gave the necessary restrictions on the artist’s “all-powerful”, helping to compress the essence of the vision into a concentrated form, as in the art of Japanese haiku. Production was based on staged photographs of real objects and locations, the use of pyrotechnic effects, the creation of light installations, large- scale physical layouts integrated into the natural environment, and work with animals.
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Igor Elukov (Russia), The Book of Miracles The series is titled after the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a 16th century German illustrated manuscript listing the supernatural phenomena from the Flood to the time of the book’s completion. The events described in the manuscript reveal the involvement of God in the human world. In contrast, Igor read “The Book of Miracles” from the position of cosmocentrism. It is a story about forces and elements that are indifferent to us and capable of destroying us; and about the need to seek harmony with these forces. About good and unkind premonitions and fragility of life. This is a view at an ecosystem in which it is impossible to separate a man from nature and nature from space. The goal of the project was to find technology that allows only partial control of the result, so that each picture was taken in collaboration with the elements, landscape, fauna. Creating images in reality, rather than using computer technology, gave the necessary restrictions on the artist’s “all-powerful”, helping to compress the essence of the vision into a concentrated form, as in the art of Japanese haiku. Production was based on staged photographs of real objects and locations, the use of pyrotechnic effects, the creation of light installations, large- scale physical layouts integrated into the natural environment, and work with animals.
Igor Elukov 
Igor Elukov (Russia), The Book of Miracles
The series is titled after the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a 16th century German illustrated manuscript listing the supernatural phenomena from the Flood to the time of the book’s completion. The events described in the manuscript reveal the involvement of God in the human world. In contrast, Igor read “The Book of Miracles” from the position of cosmocentrism. It is a story about forces and elements that are indifferent to us and capable of destroying us; and about the need to seek harmony with these forces. About good and unkind premonitions and fragility of life. This is a view at an ecosystem in which it is impossible to separate a man from nature and nature from space. The goal of the project was to find technology that allows only partial control of the result, so that each picture was taken in collaboration with the elements, landscape, fauna. Creating images in reality, rather than using computer technology, gave the necessary restrictions on the artist’s “all-powerful”, helping to compress the essence of the vision into a concentrated form, as in the art of Japanese haiku. Production was based on staged photographs of real objects and locations, the use of pyrotechnic effects, the creation of light installations, large- scale physical layouts integrated into the natural environment, and work with animals.
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Igor Elukov (Russia), The Book of Miracles The series is titled after the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a 16th century German illustrated manuscript listing the supernatural phenomena from the Flood to the time of the book’s completion. The events described in the manuscript reveal the involvement of God in the human world. In contrast, Igor read “The Book of Miracles” from the position of cosmocentrism. It is a story about forces and elements that are indifferent to us and capable of destroying us; and about the need to seek harmony with these forces. About good and unkind premonitions and fragility of life. This is a view at an ecosystem in which it is impossible to separate a man from nature and nature from space. The goal of the project was to find technology that allows only partial control of the result, so that each picture was taken in collaboration with the elements, landscape, fauna. Creating images in reality, rather than using computer technology, gave the necessary restrictions on the artist’s “all-powerful”, helping to compress the essence of the vision into a concentrated form, as in the art of Japanese haiku. Production was based on staged photographs of real objects and locations, the use of pyrotechnic effects, the creation of light installations, large- scale physical layouts integrated into the natural environment, and work with animals.
Igor Elukov
Pietro Lo Casto (Italy), To Search the Secret of the Forest
A complex relationship between man and nature defines life in the village of Tangia Basti. A sprawling forest surrounding the community provides and, at times, even takes away. Inherited cultural beliefs and mysterious rituals bind the lives of the inhabitants to the land. The community has been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 25 years due to the proposed construction of an airport. The village is completely cut off from the national electricity grid, houses have no running water and there's no telephone connection. In spite of this fragility, people have built roads and schools, grown resilient and created a lively existence. In recent times discussions around the project have intensified. If built, Nijghad International Airport will cause displacement and large deforestation. What will be the consequences of the impending development? How can the destruction of our very habitat be seen as our economic and social growth? How do we compensate for the displacement of a community? What kind of life lies beyond the forest for the people of Tangia Basti?
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Pietro Lo Casto (Italy), To Search the Secret of the Forest A complex relationship between man and nature defines life in the village of Tangia Basti. A sprawling forest surrounding the community provides and, at times, even takes away. Inherited cultural beliefs and mysterious rituals bind the lives of the inhabitants to the land. The community has been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 25 years due to the proposed construction of an airport. The village is completely cut off from the national electricity grid, houses have no running water and there's no telephone connection. In spite of this fragility, people have built roads and schools, grown resilient and created a lively existence. In recent times discussions around the project have intensified. If built, Nijghad International Airport will cause displacement and large deforestation. What will be the consequences of the impending development? How can the destruction of our very habitat be seen as our economic and social growth? How do we compensate for the displacement of a community? What kind of life lies beyond the forest for the people of Tangia Basti?
Pietro Lo Casto
Pietro Lo Casto (Italy), To Search the Secret of the Forest
A complex relationship between man and nature defines life in the village of Tangia Basti. A sprawling forest surrounding the community provides and, at times, even takes away. Inherited cultural beliefs and mysterious rituals bind the lives of the inhabitants to the land. The community has been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 25 years due to the proposed construction of an airport. The village is completely cut off from the national electricity grid, houses have no running water and there's no telephone connection. In spite of this fragility, people have built roads and schools, grown resilient and created a lively existence. In recent times discussions around the project have intensified. If built, Nijghad International Airport will cause displacement and large deforestation. What will be the consequences of the impending development? How can the destruction of our very habitat be seen as our economic and social growth? How do we compensate for the displacement of a community? What kind of life lies beyond the forest for the people of Tangia Basti?
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Pietro Lo Casto (Italy), To Search the Secret of the Forest A complex relationship between man and nature defines life in the village of Tangia Basti. A sprawling forest surrounding the community provides and, at times, even takes away. Inherited cultural beliefs and mysterious rituals bind the lives of the inhabitants to the land. The community has been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 25 years due to the proposed construction of an airport. The village is completely cut off from the national electricity grid, houses have no running water and there's no telephone connection. In spite of this fragility, people have built roads and schools, grown resilient and created a lively existence. In recent times discussions around the project have intensified. If built, Nijghad International Airport will cause displacement and large deforestation. What will be the consequences of the impending development? How can the destruction of our very habitat be seen as our economic and social growth? How do we compensate for the displacement of a community? What kind of life lies beyond the forest for the people of Tangia Basti?
Pietro Lo Casto
Mattia Marzorati (Italy), The Land of Holes
Over the last hundred years the city of Brescia and its province have experienced an exceptional economic development, mainly thanks to the engineering and mining sectors, to whose gravel and sand quarries we owe the name of
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Mattia Marzorati (Italy), The Land of Holes Over the last hundred years the city of Brescia and its province have experienced an exceptional economic development, mainly thanks to the engineering and mining sectors, to whose gravel and sand quarries we owe the name of "land of holes". Thanks to the presence of these huge quarries to be filled, the business of waste and the uncontrolled production by many companies have led to disastrous consequences for the territory and the people: the incidence of cancer and other pathologies is much higher here than in rest of the country; moreover, the province can boast the presence of one of the biggest incinerators in Europe, the greatest concentration of landfills in the continent, the largest radioactive site in Italy, the widest and worst contamination by PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) ever recorded in the world. People living in the area reflect the contradictions created by an unsustainable, self-destructive and difficult-to-eradicate economic system. Public committees and environmentalists, who are trying to fight these policies, face the stark opposition from institutions and the indifference of most of their fellow-citizens, poorly informed and mainly concerned about maintaining their economic well-being. During the last weeks many studies are linking the exceptional spread and lethality of covid-19 in this area with the pre-existing extremely serious air contamination. In this context, the struggle of a few people seems to be the only – perhaps utopic – form of opposition.
Mattia Marzorati
Mattia Marzorati (Italy), The Land of Holes
Over the last hundred years the city of Brescia and its province have experienced an exceptional economic development, mainly thanks to the engineering and mining sectors, to whose gravel and sand quarries we owe the name of
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Mattia Marzorati (Italy), The Land of Holes Over the last hundred years the city of Brescia and its province have experienced an exceptional economic development, mainly thanks to the engineering and mining sectors, to whose gravel and sand quarries we owe the name of "land of holes". Thanks to the presence of these huge quarries to be filled, the business of waste and the uncontrolled production by many companies have led to disastrous consequences for the territory and the people: the incidence of cancer and other pathologies is much higher here than in rest of the country; moreover, the province can boast the presence of one of the biggest incinerators in Europe, the greatest concentration of landfills in the continent, the largest radioactive site in Italy, the widest and worst contamination by PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) ever recorded in the world. People living in the area reflect the contradictions created by an unsustainable, self-destructive and difficult-to-eradicate economic system. Public committees and environmentalists, who are trying to fight these policies, face the stark opposition from institutions and the indifference of most of their fellow-citizens, poorly informed and mainly concerned about maintaining their economic well-being. During the last weeks many studies are linking the exceptional spread and lethality of covid-19 in this area with the pre-existing extremely serious air contamination. In this context, the struggle of a few people seems to be the only – perhaps utopic – form of opposition.
Mattia Marzorati
Kaveer Rai (India), Cyclone Fani - After the storm
Cyclone Fani originated from a tropical depression that formed west of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean on 26 April, and traveled towards India, making landfall with the speed of 175 kilometers per hour to 185 kilometers per hour on the morning of 3 May, 2019 at Puri, Orissa. 64 people lost their lives in the cyclone, while earlier cyclones had claimed thousands of lives in the region. The world hailed the Orissa government for its successful evacuation of 11,000,000 people against an ‘Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm’. The estimated loss in the state is approximately Rs 12,000 crore, and basic resources like housing, electricity, water and telecommunications have been badly hit. The Orissa government announced help for all those who suffered; the relief for each family comprises 50 kilos of rice, one tarpaulin sheet and a sum of Rs 2,000 per month. Puri district was found to be the most affected, and in the aftermath of the storm, those who have been left behind to pick up the scattered pieces of the past with a hope to survive and rebuild in the present.
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Kaveer Rai (India), Cyclone Fani - After the storm Cyclone Fani originated from a tropical depression that formed west of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean on 26 April, and traveled towards India, making landfall with the speed of 175 kilometers per hour to 185 kilometers per hour on the morning of 3 May, 2019 at Puri, Orissa. 64 people lost their lives in the cyclone, while earlier cyclones had claimed thousands of lives in the region. The world hailed the Orissa government for its successful evacuation of 11,000,000 people against an ‘Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm’. The estimated loss in the state is approximately Rs 12,000 crore, and basic resources like housing, electricity, water and telecommunications have been badly hit. The Orissa government announced help for all those who suffered; the relief for each family comprises 50 kilos of rice, one tarpaulin sheet and a sum of Rs 2,000 per month. Puri district was found to be the most affected, and in the aftermath of the storm, those who have been left behind to pick up the scattered pieces of the past with a hope to survive and rebuild in the present.
Kaveer Rai
Kaveer Rai (India), Cyclone Fani - After the storm
Cyclone Fani originated from a tropical depression that formed west of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean on 26 April, and traveled towards India, making landfall with the speed of 175 kilometers per hour to 185 kilometers per hour on the morning of 3 May, 2019 at Puri, Orissa. 64 people lost their lives in the cyclone, while earlier cyclones had claimed thousands of lives in the region. The world hailed the Orissa government for its successful evacuation of 11,000,000 people against an ‘Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm’. The estimated loss in the state is approximately Rs 12,000 crore, and basic resources like housing, electricity, water and telecommunications have been badly hit. The Orissa government announced help for all those who suffered; the relief for each family comprises 50 kilos of rice, one tarpaulin sheet and a sum of Rs 2,000 per month. Puri district was found to be the most affected, and in the aftermath of the storm, those who have been left behind to pick up the scattered pieces of the past with a hope to survive and rebuild in the present.
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Kaveer Rai (India), Cyclone Fani - After the storm Cyclone Fani originated from a tropical depression that formed west of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean on 26 April, and traveled towards India, making landfall with the speed of 175 kilometers per hour to 185 kilometers per hour on the morning of 3 May, 2019 at Puri, Orissa. 64 people lost their lives in the cyclone, while earlier cyclones had claimed thousands of lives in the region. The world hailed the Orissa government for its successful evacuation of 11,000,000 people against an ‘Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm’. The estimated loss in the state is approximately Rs 12,000 crore, and basic resources like housing, electricity, water and telecommunications have been badly hit. The Orissa government announced help for all those who suffered; the relief for each family comprises 50 kilos of rice, one tarpaulin sheet and a sum of Rs 2,000 per month. Puri district was found to be the most affected, and in the aftermath of the storm, those who have been left behind to pick up the scattered pieces of the past with a hope to survive and rebuild in the present.
Kaveer Rai
Isadora Romero (Ecuador), Extremophiles
This is a visual story that contains photographs and objects obtained during the XXIII Ecuadorian Antarctic expedition. This project explores the human presence on the white continent, bringing out the absurdities and contradictions of the human species. At a time when the need for conservation of the planet is being urgently discussed, but the actions needed directly contradicts the geopolitical and economic interests that prevail in human societies that abuse natural resources, it is strange to think of a utopian and mysterious continent like Antarctica. A place destined merely for scientific study, but where nevertheless, many exploitations interests are latent. This space of which we have widely known its landscapes and fauna, in our imagination the human species does not appear as one that arrives by seasons and intervenes in its environment. As part of the scientific committee of the XXIII Ecuadorian expedition to the continent, Isadora decided to carry out an artistic-anthropological-scientific study of the human species, in turn questioning the hegemony that Western science has in our collective imaginary.
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Isadora Romero (Ecuador), Extremophiles This is a visual story that contains photographs and objects obtained during the XXIII Ecuadorian Antarctic expedition. This project explores the human presence on the white continent, bringing out the absurdities and contradictions of the human species. At a time when the need for conservation of the planet is being urgently discussed, but the actions needed directly contradicts the geopolitical and economic interests that prevail in human societies that abuse natural resources, it is strange to think of a utopian and mysterious continent like Antarctica. A place destined merely for scientific study, but where nevertheless, many exploitations interests are latent. This space of which we have widely known its landscapes and fauna, in our imagination the human species does not appear as one that arrives by seasons and intervenes in its environment. As part of the scientific committee of the XXIII Ecuadorian expedition to the continent, Isadora decided to carry out an artistic-anthropological-scientific study of the human species, in turn questioning the hegemony that Western science has in our collective imaginary.
Isadora Romero
Isadora Romero (Ecuador), Extremophiles
This is a visual story that contains photographs and objects obtained during the XXIII Ecuadorian Antarctic expedition. This project explores the human presence on the white continent, bringing out the absurdities and contradictions of the human species. At a time when the need for conservation of the planet is being urgently discussed, but the actions needed directly contradicts the geopolitical and economic interests that prevail in human societies that abuse natural resources, it is strange to think of a utopian and mysterious continent like Antarctica. A place destined merely for scientific study, but where nevertheless, many exploitations interests are latent. This space of which we have widely known its landscapes and fauna, in our imagination the human species does not appear as one that arrives by seasons and intervenes in its environment. As part of the scientific committee of the XXIII Ecuadorian expedition to the continent, Isadora decided to carry out an artistic-anthropological-scientific study of the human species, in turn questioning the hegemony that Western science has in our collective imaginary.
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Isadora Romero (Ecuador), Extremophiles This is a visual story that contains photographs and objects obtained during the XXIII Ecuadorian Antarctic expedition. This project explores the human presence on the white continent, bringing out the absurdities and contradictions of the human species. At a time when the need for conservation of the planet is being urgently discussed, but the actions needed directly contradicts the geopolitical and economic interests that prevail in human societies that abuse natural resources, it is strange to think of a utopian and mysterious continent like Antarctica. A place destined merely for scientific study, but where nevertheless, many exploitations interests are latent. This space of which we have widely known its landscapes and fauna, in our imagination the human species does not appear as one that arrives by seasons and intervenes in its environment. As part of the scientific committee of the XXIII Ecuadorian expedition to the continent, Isadora decided to carry out an artistic-anthropological-scientific study of the human species, in turn questioning the hegemony that Western science has in our collective imaginary.
Isadora Romero
Michele Sibiloni (Italy), Nsenene
Grasshoppers,
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Michele Sibiloni (Italy), Nsenene Grasshoppers, "nsenene" in the local language, are both a delicacy and a source of income in Uganda. They migrate en masse twice a year, right after the rainy seasons, flooding the sky in huge flocks before daybreak. Every night, a large part of the population stays up till twilight to hunt and sell them. Traps made of barrels and metal sheets are placed everywhere, even on rooftops, and strong light bulbs are used to attract the insects. The ubiquitous presence of the crickets and the overall green shade dispersed by the night mist and the smoke of bonfires create a otherworldly scenario, enhanced by the oddness of the hunting techniques and self-made equipment. In recent years, though, deforestation has heavily reduced the number of insects that migrate and climate change across Africa has made seasonal rains difficult to predict. Timing when to set the traps is crucial and doing it imprecisely can jeopardize the harvest and result in a serious loss. This body of work aims to create an opportunity for reflection on the relationship between humankind and nature. As global crisis such as climate emergency and COVID19 are demonstrating, any event that we first perceive as remote could in fact drastically change our daily lives. The project wants to underline that even what looks like a dystopian future is part of our present; in its dangers, but also in its potentials. For example, the crickets’ high protein content makes them a potential food resource for the future, which could reduce world hunger and improve food safety.
Michele Sibiloni
Michele Sibiloni (Italy), Nsenene
Grasshoppers,
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Michele Sibiloni (Italy), Nsenene Grasshoppers, "nsenene" in the local language, are both a delicacy and a source of income in Uganda. They migrate en masse twice a year, right after the rainy seasons, flooding the sky in huge flocks before daybreak. Every night, a large part of the population stays up till twilight to hunt and sell them. Traps made of barrels and metal sheets are placed everywhere, even on rooftops, and strong light bulbs are used to attract the insects. The ubiquitous presence of the crickets and the overall green shade dispersed by the night mist and the smoke of bonfires create a otherworldly scenario, enhanced by the oddness of the hunting techniques and self-made equipment. In recent years, though, deforestation has heavily reduced the number of insects that migrate and climate change across Africa has made seasonal rains difficult to predict. Timing when to set the traps is crucial and doing it imprecisely can jeopardize the harvest and result in a serious loss. This body of work aims to create an opportunity for reflection on the relationship between humankind and nature. As global crisis such as climate emergency and COVID19 are demonstrating, any event that we first perceive as remote could in fact drastically change our daily lives. The project wants to underline that even what looks like a dystopian future is part of our present; in its dangers, but also in its potentials. For example, the crickets’ high protein content makes them a potential food resource for the future, which could reduce world hunger and improve food safety.
Michele Sibiloni
Jakub Stanek (Poland), In Anticipation of the Sun
Something stopped us that day. Even now, I don’t know exactly what it was. It all began at an unnaturally early hour. For me at least. Kajtek is an old hand at spooning down porridge at 5:30 in the morning. Outside the window, Egyptian darkness. We were waiting for the sun. In winter, it sleeps in, rolls out of bed hours after Kajtek, who was already sitting astride his sled in the hallway. I opened the window, encouraging the caffeine to circulate through my veins. Chest pain hit with the first inhalation. Asthma was up, too. Smell of chimneys burning. It wasn’t smoke rising from the familiar shapes in the yard, not exactly. It was a fog, dense as the dead of night. A violent act perpetrated against a pinned-down sun. I rubbed my gummy eyes. Called to Kajtek. Nose squished to the windowpane, eyes open wide, his mouth forming the question of the day: “Dad, what’s that?” Through a mental mist, an answer emerged from a geography lesson of yore. “Clouds on Earth, son!” Something stopped us that day. Alert! Alarm! Smog! So we took off our hats and one-piece snowsuits, disappointedly stowed the sled. I closed the window. The smog transmogrified into a baleful dragon, writhing in the skies above the city. Kajtek had already armed himself with sword and shield. I, too, believed we could defend ourselves. I answered questions. I wove a tale, of verbs and adjectives, with exclamation points! Kajtek covered a sheet of paper as white as snow with grey and black graphite. We spun the globe, seeking to pinpoint the dragon’s lair. Brush-stroked Chinese characters appeared before my mind’s eye. Cough. I cannot speak. I cannot write. But I can look. I can show. The idea expelled itself from me like a cough. Biological, organic. An unconditional reflex of a concept. I owe it to my son. To you, too. And to the planet. To exhibit smog to the world. To expose its nebulous face. Something stopped us that day. We were held motionless, in anticipation of the sun.
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Jakub Stanek (Poland), In Anticipation of the Sun Something stopped us that day. Even now, I don’t know exactly what it was. It all began at an unnaturally early hour. For me at least. Kajtek is an old hand at spooning down porridge at 5:30 in the morning. Outside the window, Egyptian darkness. We were waiting for the sun. In winter, it sleeps in, rolls out of bed hours after Kajtek, who was already sitting astride his sled in the hallway. I opened the window, encouraging the caffeine to circulate through my veins. Chest pain hit with the first inhalation. Asthma was up, too. Smell of chimneys burning. It wasn’t smoke rising from the familiar shapes in the yard, not exactly. It was a fog, dense as the dead of night. A violent act perpetrated against a pinned-down sun. I rubbed my gummy eyes. Called to Kajtek. Nose squished to the windowpane, eyes open wide, his mouth forming the question of the day: “Dad, what’s that?” Through a mental mist, an answer emerged from a geography lesson of yore. “Clouds on Earth, son!” Something stopped us that day. Alert! Alarm! Smog! So we took off our hats and one-piece snowsuits, disappointedly stowed the sled. I closed the window. The smog transmogrified into a baleful dragon, writhing in the skies above the city. Kajtek had already armed himself with sword and shield. I, too, believed we could defend ourselves. I answered questions. I wove a tale, of verbs and adjectives, with exclamation points! Kajtek covered a sheet of paper as white as snow with grey and black graphite. We spun the globe, seeking to pinpoint the dragon’s lair. Brush-stroked Chinese characters appeared before my mind’s eye. Cough. I cannot speak. I cannot write. But I can look. I can show. The idea expelled itself from me like a cough. Biological, organic. An unconditional reflex of a concept. I owe it to my son. To you, too. And to the planet. To exhibit smog to the world. To expose its nebulous face. Something stopped us that day. We were held motionless, in anticipation of the sun.
Jakub Stanek
Jakub Stanek (Poland), In Anticipation of the Sun
Something stopped us that day. Even now, I don’t know exactly what it was. It all began at an unnaturally early hour. For me at least. Kajtek is an old hand at spooning down porridge at 5:30 in the morning. Outside the window, Egyptian darkness. We were waiting for the sun. In winter, it sleeps in, rolls out of bed hours after Kajtek, who was already sitting astride his sled in the hallway. I opened the window, encouraging the caffeine to circulate through my veins. Chest pain hit with the first inhalation. Asthma was up, too. Smell of chimneys burning. It wasn’t smoke rising from the familiar shapes in the yard, not exactly. It was a fog, dense as the dead of night. A violent act perpetrated against a pinned-down sun. I rubbed my gummy eyes. Called to Kajtek. Nose squished to the windowpane, eyes open wide, his mouth forming the question of the day: “Dad, what’s that?” Through a mental mist, an answer emerged from a geography lesson of yore. “Clouds on Earth, son!” Something stopped us that day. Alert! Alarm! Smog! So we took off our hats and one-piece snowsuits, disappointedly stowed the sled. I closed the window. The smog transmogrified into a baleful dragon, writhing in the skies above the city. Kajtek had already armed himself with sword and shield. I, too, believed we could defend ourselves. I answered questions. I wove a tale, of verbs and adjectives, with exclamation points! Kajtek covered a sheet of paper as white as snow with grey and black graphite. We spun the globe, seeking to pinpoint the dragon’s lair. Brush-stroked Chinese characters appeared before my mind’s eye. Cough. I cannot speak. I cannot write. But I can look. I can show. The idea expelled itself from me like a cough. Biological, organic. An unconditional reflex of a concept. I owe it to my son. To you, too. And to the planet. To exhibit smog to the world. To expose its nebulous face. Something stopped us that day. We were held motionless, in anticipation of the sun.
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Jakub Stanek (Poland), In Anticipation of the Sun Something stopped us that day. Even now, I don’t know exactly what it was. It all began at an unnaturally early hour. For me at least. Kajtek is an old hand at spooning down porridge at 5:30 in the morning. Outside the window, Egyptian darkness. We were waiting for the sun. In winter, it sleeps in, rolls out of bed hours after Kajtek, who was already sitting astride his sled in the hallway. I opened the window, encouraging the caffeine to circulate through my veins. Chest pain hit with the first inhalation. Asthma was up, too. Smell of chimneys burning. It wasn’t smoke rising from the familiar shapes in the yard, not exactly. It was a fog, dense as the dead of night. A violent act perpetrated against a pinned-down sun. I rubbed my gummy eyes. Called to Kajtek. Nose squished to the windowpane, eyes open wide, his mouth forming the question of the day: “Dad, what’s that?” Through a mental mist, an answer emerged from a geography lesson of yore. “Clouds on Earth, son!” Something stopped us that day. Alert! Alarm! Smog! So we took off our hats and one-piece snowsuits, disappointedly stowed the sled. I closed the window. The smog transmogrified into a baleful dragon, writhing in the skies above the city. Kajtek had already armed himself with sword and shield. I, too, believed we could defend ourselves. I answered questions. I wove a tale, of verbs and adjectives, with exclamation points! Kajtek covered a sheet of paper as white as snow with grey and black graphite. We spun the globe, seeking to pinpoint the dragon’s lair. Brush-stroked Chinese characters appeared before my mind’s eye. Cough. I cannot speak. I cannot write. But I can look. I can show. The idea expelled itself from me like a cough. Biological, organic. An unconditional reflex of a concept. I owe it to my son. To you, too. And to the planet. To exhibit smog to the world. To expose its nebulous face. Something stopped us that day. We were held motionless, in anticipation of the sun.
Jakub Stanek
Misha Vallejo (Ecuador), Secret Sarayaku
Amazon Rainforest: A small indigenous community, confronted with the interests of Big Oil, fights to preserve its land using the tools of its ancestors and the Internet. The Kichwa people of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest have always held a physical and spiritual connection with the jungle in order to maintain equilibrium within their world. They believe in the Kawsak Sacha or Living Forest, which is based on the idea that the jungle is a living, conscious and rights-bearing entity, where all elements, including plants, animals, humans, rivers, wind, stars, etc., are alive, have a spirit and are interconnected. If one is damaged, it will trigger a chain reaction affecting all other parts of the jungle. Thus, the Kichwa take from the jungle only what they need to survive and nothing more. They believe that protecting their home is fundamental not only to their own survival, but to that of humanity. The community believes that we are all part of this big and complex organism that we call Earth. Everything that affects them, affects all of us. Everything is connected. In emphasis with this connection, the Sarayaku have used social media to become cyber-activists: they spread their environmental message and connect with supporters across the globe via a social media through a satellite Internet connection. The community is convinced that by sharing their ancestral knowledge, they will inspire people around the globe to implement different strategies in the fight against climate change. They want to get known internationally, not out of vanity but rather because in this way it will be much harder for the government or big oil companies to disappear them. Nevertheless, this Internet connection with the “outside world” is a double-edged sword and has resulted in an ever-greater presence of Western culture within their everyday life. This is the price they pay while being at the forefront of climate change struggle.The question is where are we in this fight?
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Misha Vallejo (Ecuador), Secret Sarayaku Amazon Rainforest: A small indigenous community, confronted with the interests of Big Oil, fights to preserve its land using the tools of its ancestors and the Internet. The Kichwa people of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest have always held a physical and spiritual connection with the jungle in order to maintain equilibrium within their world. They believe in the Kawsak Sacha or Living Forest, which is based on the idea that the jungle is a living, conscious and rights-bearing entity, where all elements, including plants, animals, humans, rivers, wind, stars, etc., are alive, have a spirit and are interconnected. If one is damaged, it will trigger a chain reaction affecting all other parts of the jungle. Thus, the Kichwa take from the jungle only what they need to survive and nothing more. They believe that protecting their home is fundamental not only to their own survival, but to that of humanity. The community believes that we are all part of this big and complex organism that we call Earth. Everything that affects them, affects all of us. Everything is connected. In emphasis with this connection, the Sarayaku have used social media to become cyber-activists: they spread their environmental message and connect with supporters across the globe via a social media through a satellite Internet connection. The community is convinced that by sharing their ancestral knowledge, they will inspire people around the globe to implement different strategies in the fight against climate change. They want to get known internationally, not out of vanity but rather because in this way it will be much harder for the government or big oil companies to disappear them. Nevertheless, this Internet connection with the “outside world” is a double-edged sword and has resulted in an ever-greater presence of Western culture within their everyday life. This is the price they pay while being at the forefront of climate change struggle.The question is where are we in this fight?
Misha Vallejo
Misha Vallejo (Ecuador), Secret Sarayaku
Amazon Rainforest: A small indigenous community, confronted with the interests of Big Oil, fights to preserve its land using the tools of its ancestors and the Internet. The Kichwa people of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest have always held a physical and spiritual connection with the jungle in order to maintain equilibrium within their world. They believe in the Kawsak Sacha or Living Forest, which is based on the idea that the jungle is a living, conscious and rights-bearing entity, where all elements, including plants, animals, humans, rivers, wind, stars, etc., are alive, have a spirit and are interconnected. If one is damaged, it will trigger a chain reaction affecting all other parts of the jungle. Thus, the Kichwa take from the jungle only what they need to survive and nothing more. They believe that protecting their home is fundamental not only to their own survival, but to that of humanity. The community believes that we are all part of this big and complex organism that we call Earth. Everything that affects them, affects all of us. Everything is connected. In emphasis with this connection, the Sarayaku have used social media to become cyber-activists: they spread their environmental message and connect with supporters across the globe via a social media through a satellite Internet connection. The community is convinced that by sharing their ancestral knowledge, they will inspire people around the globe to implement different strategies in the fight against climate change. They want to get known internationally, not out of vanity but rather because in this way it will be much harder for the government or big oil companies to disappear them. Nevertheless, this Internet connection with the “outside world” is a double-edged sword and has resulted in an ever-greater presence of Western culture within their everyday life. This is the price they pay while being at the forefront of climate change struggle.The question is where are we in this fight?
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Misha Vallejo (Ecuador), Secret Sarayaku Amazon Rainforest: A small indigenous community, confronted with the interests of Big Oil, fights to preserve its land using the tools of its ancestors and the Internet. The Kichwa people of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest have always held a physical and spiritual connection with the jungle in order to maintain equilibrium within their world. They believe in the Kawsak Sacha or Living Forest, which is based on the idea that the jungle is a living, conscious and rights-bearing entity, where all elements, including plants, animals, humans, rivers, wind, stars, etc., are alive, have a spirit and are interconnected. If one is damaged, it will trigger a chain reaction affecting all other parts of the jungle. Thus, the Kichwa take from the jungle only what they need to survive and nothing more. They believe that protecting their home is fundamental not only to their own survival, but to that of humanity. The community believes that we are all part of this big and complex organism that we call Earth. Everything that affects them, affects all of us. Everything is connected. In emphasis with this connection, the Sarayaku have used social media to become cyber-activists: they spread their environmental message and connect with supporters across the globe via a social media through a satellite Internet connection. The community is convinced that by sharing their ancestral knowledge, they will inspire people around the globe to implement different strategies in the fight against climate change. They want to get known internationally, not out of vanity but rather because in this way it will be much harder for the government or big oil companies to disappear them. Nevertheless, this Internet connection with the “outside world” is a double-edged sword and has resulted in an ever-greater presence of Western culture within their everyday life. This is the price they pay while being at the forefront of climate change struggle.The question is where are we in this fight?
Misha Vallejo
Ami Vitale (United States), The Guardian Warriors
I began this story ten years ago, after I heard about a plan to airlift four of the world’s last northern white rhinos from a zoo in the Czech Republic to Kenya. It was a desperate, last-ditch effort to save a species. At the time, there were only eight of these rhinos left, all living in captivity. When I saw this gentle, hulking creature in the Czech snow, surrounded by smokestacks and humanity, it seemed so unfair. He looked ancient, part of a species that has lived on this planet for millions of years, yet could not survive humanity. On March 19, 2018, I made the heartbreaking journey back to Kenya to say goodbye to Sudan, the world's LAST male northern white rhino alive on the planet. This image is of the final moment when Joseph Wachira, one of Sudan's dedicated keepers, went to give him one more rub behind his ear before he died. Sudan leaned his heavy head into his. I took the photo of two old friends together for the last time. We are witnessing extinction right now, on our watch. Poaching is not slowing down. If the current trajectory of killing continues, it’s entirely possible that rhinos will be functionally extinct in our lifetime. Without rhinos and elephants and other wildlife we suffer more than loss of ecosystem health. We suffer a loss of imagination, a loss of wonder, a loss of beautiful possibilities. When we see ourselves as part of nature, we understand that saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Sudan taught me that. These are a series of images about the relationships and bonds between humans and endangered species. They understand how important our interconnectedness is for a healthy planet and not just with one another, but with the creatures we coexist with. We must begin to see our world as part of the natural world; the natural world as part of our world. Our fates are linked. Losing one part of nature, is a loss for all of nature.
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Ami Vitale (United States), The Guardian Warriors I began this story ten years ago, after I heard about a plan to airlift four of the world’s last northern white rhinos from a zoo in the Czech Republic to Kenya. It was a desperate, last-ditch effort to save a species. At the time, there were only eight of these rhinos left, all living in captivity. When I saw this gentle, hulking creature in the Czech snow, surrounded by smokestacks and humanity, it seemed so unfair. He looked ancient, part of a species that has lived on this planet for millions of years, yet could not survive humanity. On March 19, 2018, I made the heartbreaking journey back to Kenya to say goodbye to Sudan, the world's LAST male northern white rhino alive on the planet. This image is of the final moment when Joseph Wachira, one of Sudan's dedicated keepers, went to give him one more rub behind his ear before he died. Sudan leaned his heavy head into his. I took the photo of two old friends together for the last time. We are witnessing extinction right now, on our watch. Poaching is not slowing down. If the current trajectory of killing continues, it’s entirely possible that rhinos will be functionally extinct in our lifetime. Without rhinos and elephants and other wildlife we suffer more than loss of ecosystem health. We suffer a loss of imagination, a loss of wonder, a loss of beautiful possibilities. When we see ourselves as part of nature, we understand that saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Sudan taught me that. These are a series of images about the relationships and bonds between humans and endangered species. They understand how important our interconnectedness is for a healthy planet and not just with one another, but with the creatures we coexist with. We must begin to see our world as part of the natural world; the natural world as part of our world. Our fates are linked. Losing one part of nature, is a loss for all of nature.
Ami Vitale
Ami Vitale (United States), The Guardian Warriors
I began this story ten years ago, after I heard about a plan to airlift four of the world’s last northern white rhinos from a zoo in the Czech Republic to Kenya. It was a desperate, last-ditch effort to save a species. At the time, there were only eight of these rhinos left, all living in captivity. When I saw this gentle, hulking creature in the Czech snow, surrounded by smokestacks and humanity, it seemed so unfair. He looked ancient, part of a species that has lived on this planet for millions of years, yet could not survive humanity. On March 19, 2018, I made the heartbreaking journey back to Kenya to say goodbye to Sudan, the world's LAST male northern white rhino alive on the planet. This image is of the final moment when Joseph Wachira, one of Sudan's dedicated keepers, went to give him one more rub behind his ear before he died. Sudan leaned his heavy head into his. I took the photo of two old friends together for the last time. We are witnessing extinction right now, on our watch. Poaching is not slowing down. If the current trajectory of killing continues, it’s entirely possible that rhinos will be functionally extinct in our lifetime. Without rhinos and elephants and other wildlife we suffer more than loss of ecosystem health. We suffer a loss of imagination, a loss of wonder, a loss of beautiful possibilities. When we see ourselves as part of nature, we understand that saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Sudan taught me that. These are a series of images about the relationships and bonds between humans and endangered species. They understand how important our interconnectedness is for a healthy planet and not just with one another, but with the creatures we coexist with. We must begin to see our world as part of the natural world; the natural world as part of our world. Our fates are linked. Losing one part of nature, is a loss for all of nature.
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Ami Vitale (United States), The Guardian Warriors I began this story ten years ago, after I heard about a plan to airlift four of the world’s last northern white rhinos from a zoo in the Czech Republic to Kenya. It was a desperate, last-ditch effort to save a species. At the time, there were only eight of these rhinos left, all living in captivity. When I saw this gentle, hulking creature in the Czech snow, surrounded by smokestacks and humanity, it seemed so unfair. He looked ancient, part of a species that has lived on this planet for millions of years, yet could not survive humanity. On March 19, 2018, I made the heartbreaking journey back to Kenya to say goodbye to Sudan, the world's LAST male northern white rhino alive on the planet. This image is of the final moment when Joseph Wachira, one of Sudan's dedicated keepers, went to give him one more rub behind his ear before he died. Sudan leaned his heavy head into his. I took the photo of two old friends together for the last time. We are witnessing extinction right now, on our watch. Poaching is not slowing down. If the current trajectory of killing continues, it’s entirely possible that rhinos will be functionally extinct in our lifetime. Without rhinos and elephants and other wildlife we suffer more than loss of ecosystem health. We suffer a loss of imagination, a loss of wonder, a loss of beautiful possibilities. When we see ourselves as part of nature, we understand that saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Sudan taught me that. These are a series of images about the relationships and bonds between humans and endangered species. They understand how important our interconnectedness is for a healthy planet and not just with one another, but with the creatures we coexist with. We must begin to see our world as part of the natural world; the natural world as part of our world. Our fates are linked. Losing one part of nature, is a loss for all of nature.
Ami Vitale
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148966
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Anche la più semplice e automatica delle azioni, come l'atto del respirare, può essere migliorata e controllata. Il professor Mike Maric, esperto di respirazione, campione di apnea e allenatore di campioni come Federica Pellegrini e Igor Cassina, spiega perché respirare bene è importantissimo per la nostra salute.
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94345
From gossip
24 Jul 2020
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94527
From gossip
04 Aug 2020

TK PURE è sulla copertina di BEAUTYBAZAR fashion.

TK PURE ha un laboratorio di ricerca e sviluppo che ha concentrato la sua attenzione per formulare una linea di trattamenti costituita da ingredienti selezionati, estratti naturali e provenienti da agricoltura biologica. La scelta degli ingredienti tiene conto anche della temperatura di produzione in modo da preservare eventuali ingredienti termolabili.

La scelta di “essere vegani” non ha effetto solo sull’alimentazione, perciò TK PURE ha lavorato nella formulazione dei prodotti, escludendo qualsiasi materia prima di derivazione animale.

BEAUTYBAZAR fashion è lo short magazine dedicato alla moda-capelli di tendenza e TK PURE si è aggiudicato la copertina di questo numero.

TK PURE è in copertina !

Sfoglia on line la rivista.

TK PURE

TK PURE
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148967
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020

Cari Duchi di Cambridge, abbiamo un problema con le mascherine. Ieri, William e Kate hanno deciso di fare una sorpresa agli abitanti di Barry Island e sono andati a fare una visita nei luoghi in cui la serie della BBC Gavin and Stacey (che vede come protagonisti Ruth Jones e James Corden) è ambientata. Un viaggio informale contraddistinto da momenti di sano divertimento culminato, alla fine,  con una visita al parco giochi dell'isola che è una delle location principali dello show televisivo.

William e Kate sull'Isola di Barry
The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit South Wales
William e Kate sull'Isola di Barry
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Il che è tutto estremamente bello nonché ampiamente documentato da un video uscito sul profilo Instagram dei Duchi di Cambridge. Ed è stato proprio il video, oltre che le foto, ad aver scatenato una discreta polemica. 

 Se infatti Kate e William subito dopo la visita hanno sfoggiato le loro mascherine protettive,  per la visita a Barry Island la Duchessa e il Duca hanno rinunciato al dispositivo medico per la protezione dell'infezione da covid-19 che, ricordiamolo, è obbligatorio nel Regno Unito. La loro visita senza mascherina e senza adeguato distanziamento sociale, così come raccontata dal video pubblicato, ha scatenato una serie di reazioni contrariate per il messaggio inviato dalla coppia. 

Kate e William a Barry
The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit South Wales
Kate e William a Barry
WPA Pool

Certo, come abbiamo già raccontato, ci sono leggi che i Royals possono non rispettare, ma quelle legate alla sanità pubblica di sicuro non rientra tra queste. Di sicuro William e Kate sono estremamente coscienti della pericolosità del coronavirus perché, oltre ad aver seguito con attenzione le operazioni degli operatori sanitari del Regno Unito,  hanno vissuto il da vicino il dramma della malattia che aveva colpito il Principe Charles. Tuttavia da oggi forse dovranno fare un po' più di attenzione non solo per preservare la propria salute ma per mandare un messaggio che preservi anche quella di tutto il Paese. 

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148961
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
Emma Marrone, che sarà uno dei nuovi giudici dell'edizione 2020 di X Factor, non è ancora al mare e in città sfoggia un outfit con abiti neri, jeans skinny e particolari stivaletti dalla punta doppia. Dietro le originali scarpe della cantante c'è una storia particolare, ecco di cosa si tratta e quanto costano.
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94367
From gossip
27 Jul 2020
XXL Team  International Hairstylists

The collection is inspired by the Valkyries, the characters from Scandinavian mythology that in the battles chose the heroes that would have to die, and in heaven, they served them as drink-pourers. The hair features cuts break with the established and cold tones that, despite their differences, harmonize with each other. They play with different volumes, though they are always short, to get a challenging effect. The looks reflect the inner strength of a woman who knows and likes herself different.

Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: Pía Quin
Stylist: Jose Vicente Martínez

hair-collections

news n°
94381
From gossip
27 Jul 2020
TONI&GUY International Hairstylists

Just before the lockdown, in the beautiful Villa Antona Traversi in Meda, TONI & GUY Italia made a flash trend shooting for the new season ahead. A few months have passed, the launch of these shots has inevitably been postponed, but regarding them today these hair styles seem more current than ever and show the image of a spontaneous, feminine and authentic woman. Hair will in fact be the protagonists of next summer and the frame that will make the look of a woman unique, hypnotic and magnetic even behind a mask, because behind the mask your eyes and your hair will speak for you and you!

Collection: LA RINASCITA DELLA BELLEZZA AUTENTICA
Hair: Toni&Guy Italia

hair-collections

news n°
148959
From beautynews
08 Aug 2020
La tendenza più originale e cool dell'estate 2020 prevede l'abbinamento di abiti e accessori dalle tonalità decise e accese da abbinare a contrasto. Ecco come creare un outfit in color block, i look dalle passerelle e quelli delle star a cui ispirarsi per essere trendy.
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