Christian Dior is probably one of the most famous fashion French designers in the world! His name is bounded with fashion since the early fifties from the last century. Impeccable, beautifully structured silhouettes he created, inspired many designers in the years to follow. He dressed a woman as a rosebud ready to blossom, releasing elegance and femininity from head to toes. This figure accompanied and inspired the designer through his entire life career.
Coco Chanel said: “Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress.”
A DRESS – is that garment that makes a woman look beautiful, stylish, and sexy, feminine, exquisite, and elegant, fashionable, trendy, and practical. All of it at once!
The DRESS was created to embrace and highlight a woman’s natural shape, stand out her tenderness and softness, underline her accomplishments and hide imperfections, excite a male imagination, and inspire artists.
Little Black Dress (LBD) is not something new, yet it is not something out of style (and never will be).
Since the day, the legendary Coco Chanel invented this dress to express her sorrow for the loss of the love of her life, Boy Capel, this dress has concurred the entire world and entered everybody’s wardrobes. It became more than a dress, it became an expression of femininity, status, elegance, versatility, and good taste.
Passion, design, and research, along with the culture of glass, this noble and pure material represent the core values of FIAM company. Founded in 1973 by Vittorio Livi, the goal was to make glass a focal point in the world of design, adding value and prestige to this noble material.
Glass is made of silicon and carbonates, making it the most ecological material that exist, which can be recycled endless times. It is glacial and minimal, but at the same time elegant and technological. FIAM ITALIA saw its potential and embraced its full capacity, masterfully handcrafting at high-temperature and using technological research to create unique, stylish, and technological products, that transforms with elegance and prestige the interior design of our homes.
PINK is a pale tint of red that is a combination of red and white pigments and based on the percentage of each color it can be lighter or darker. It was first used as a color name in the late 17th century. In Europe and the United States, pink is mostly associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness, childhood, femininity, and romance.
In many languages, the word for pink color is based on the name of the rose flower: rose in French, roze in Dutch, rosa in German, Latin, Portuguese, Catalan, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, and Norwegian, rozoviy in Russian, różowy in Polish.
B&B Italia was founded by the Italian visioner and entrepreneur Piero Ambrogio Busnelli in 1966. Today the company is reputed as one of the leading design furniture producers in the world, both for home and contract. It is distinguished by innovative industrial design, great collaborations with the best architects and designers of international fame, creating authentic products, and contributing to the history of Italian design.
Its headquarters are based in Novedrate (Como), north of Milan, and were designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers in 1972. Here the company has created in decades its history based on technology, creativity, and unedited style, bringing “Made in Italy” on international markets. Its products reflect contemporary culture, where products are certified by the quality and made to last over time. A unique union between creativity, innovation, and industrial know-how.
A true delight for your body: hydrating, moisturizing, intense, flavored, and protective. Has a rich texture. Is absorbed almost instantly into the skin, without living any trail of greasiness. The skin remains soft and perfumed all day long. Formulated at 96% with ingredients of natural origin, brings nutrition deep into the derma layers and protects from early aging.
Ancient Greek architecture came from the Greek-speaking people (Hellenic people) whose culture flourished on the Greek mainland, the Aegean Islands, and in colonies in Anatolia and Italy for a period from about 900 BC until the 1st century AD. It took a long walk-through and in different historical periods it embraced different characteristics. An important role played economic and social factors, which altogether brought cities in V-II centuries BC to blooming.
The Greek word for the family or household, oikos, is also the name for the house. Houses followed several different types. It is probable that many of the earliest houses were simple structures of two rooms, with an open porch or pronaos, above which rose a low-pitched gable or pediment.
Greek towns of substantial size also had other types of public buildings, among the most important being: altars (for blood sacrifice rituals), theaters (for dramatic performances), bouleuterion (the council building), gymnasium (training centers for athletes), palaestra (exercise facility for the training of wrestlers), stadium (foot races at sacred games), stoa (covered walkway for citizens), fountain houses (supply of clean drinking water), agora (marketplace to trade and acquire goods), thermae (public bathrooms), hippodrome (for horse racing) and more.
The most famous temple of Ancient Greece is the Parthenon located on the Acropolis in the city of Athens, built between 447-432 BC on the project designed by Iktinos (Ictino) and Callicrate. The origin of the Parthenon's name is from the Greek word παρθενών (parthenon), which referred to the "unmarried women's apartments" in a house. To the Athenians who built it, the Parthenon, and other Periclean monuments of the Acropolis, were seen fundamentally as a celebration of Hellenic victory over the Persian invaders and as a thanksgiving to the gods for that victory. It was dedicated to the goddess Athena. The practical purpose of the Parthenon was to serve as the city treasury.