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    Viktor Frankl on Our Search for Meaning, and How to Find Ours

    If you’re a book aficionado, you must be somewhat familiar with the name Viktor Frankl, or at least on the book title “Man’s Search for Meaning”. If these don’t ring a bell, here’s a little excerpt explaining the book’s content taken from God Wikipedia: Man’s Search for Meaning is a 1946 book by Viktor Frankl chronicling his experiences as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps during World War II, and describing his psychotherapeutic method, which involved identifying a purpose in life to feel positively about, and then immersively imagining that outcome. Wikipedia, as of 2019 Published originally in 1946, this book is divided into 2 main parts; Frankl’s personal experience…

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    Nina Ricci: Feminine French Fashion

    After long hiding behind the creative block and piling duty, this post would mark a comeback *cough, not really* for me. This is an article written by a friend of mine and it seems perfect to be put here. Hope you love it! Nina Ricci, the French fashion house, provides women with some of  the best in ladylike gowns, ultra feminine clothing and sensual perfumes. Offering collections that are full of lace, flowy fabrics and unique lines, Nina Ricci has become the  go-to brand for those looking for Parisian chic styles. Come in to Nina Ricci 39 avenue Montaigne Paris to get your hands on the elegance and beauty of…

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    Indonesia’s Independence Day!

    It’s like United States’ 4th of July, instead this is Indonesia’s 17th of August! (sorry for using US as an example, it’s just to knock some sense into some people who aren’t aware that there are other countries beside their own :), no offense ). ANYWAY, in the light of this day (it’s already past midnight where I am, so I’m a tad bit late  by the time this sentence was written), Google joined us Indonesians to celebrate. I don’t know if it also appears in international Google versions, but I’ll show the pic any way as a remembrance. Please don’t sue me for taking your pic. I love you Googs!…

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    Tribute to Martin Margiela 4 – Martin’s Mystery Departure

    Have you been following the previous posts? Just to recap some stuff, because I know you’d forget and because I care about you. First part: the intro to Martin Margiela Second: his early works, his actualization on the concept of anonymity, stores Third: the evolution of the Maison Martin Margiela, up until the point of Martin’s departure from his own fashion house AND NOW.. ba dum tsk! Let’s talk about his sudden and mysterious quit from HIS OWN brand. I bet you’re all pretty curious about this (No? I don’t care, I’ll still tell you anyway). In the previous series I wrote that Martin had not been involved in the…