Just the thing one needs for the fashionably stroll in the park. Designed by Viscount Linley Son of the late Princess Margaret. As you can surmise this little drinking accessory , holds all that one, can need for a little bit of indulgence.
Price A little over 4.000Euros.
Staaten haben keine Privatsphäre, sie haben Geheimnisse, auf die sie nicht sonderlich gut aufgepasst haben.
So I was in München this past weekend, seems like I am always there in winter. I like to take a quick look at the windows as I find that München is one of the only places in Germany that will give you a good window, this time I was a bit disappointed. The only place of note was dare I say it Hallhuber.
Right so went to a quaint cafe called Tambosi am Hofgarten, well worth a visit if you are in town. Took a brief look at what the gay bars had to offer. I ended up chatting with someone from England that was there selling mince pies. he recommended a place called Jennifer Parks. FAB.
The following day I visited a friend of mine Cambis from Pool. (Only the best fashion house in München). He just happened to have a party that night in Cafe beer (which happened to be around the corner from the hotel), featuring Miss MaDeevah. Fate I say.
It’s not normal but I had a great time in that strange accent town. Thanks to Mr Rónán Ó Braonáin who picked me up in a ridiculously funky white BMW, that by the way did a lot of things when you placed your hand on handle.
Photo: Mr Cambis. in Cafe Beer.
“Unsere Welt hat sich verändert, als Mode aufhörte, ein Vortrag zu sein, und begann, eine Unterhaltung zu werden.” Diese Worte sagte Suzy Menkes per Videobotschaft auf einem Symposium im Rahmen der Modemesse “Premium” in Berlin. Die Stimme der Modekritikerin der britischen Herald Tribune hat in der Branche Gewicht.
Foto Source: Jak&Jil
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