2012 m. rugsėjo 28 d., penktadienis
2012 m. rugsėjo 25 d., antradienis
============================================================================================================ You can find it on LOOK BOOK as well! :) ============================================================================================================ Jacket: H&M Dress: vintage market (Singapore) Scarf: Zara Pants: Zara Belt: vintage Ring: Bimba & Lola Shoes: Jeffrey Campbel
2012 m. rugsėjo 20 d., ketvirtadienis
2012 m. rugsėjo 18 d., antradienis
Quick Hi, my lovely stylish pumpkins!
2012 m. rugsėjo 16 d., sekmadienis
Hi, dears! One month ago i've lost my head in Benicassim, in one of the best open air festival (ROTOTOM SUNSPLASH'12) in the world! Let me share some crazy, funny and happy moments with you, guys!
Today Rototom Sunsplash, even without large sponsorship and adequate public funds, has grown so much that it is considered one of the most massive and important festivals in the world. The secret to its success is not only due to a re-birth of the general interest in reggae music, but also to a format and context that is appreciated by the people. The result is an event that stimulates the interests of a diverse public that goes beyond the simple matters of musical tastes. Nowadays, people who listen to reggae music and who come to Sunsplash are fascinated by a lifestyle and a means of connecting with others that focuses on peace, tolerance, respect, solidarity, brotherhood, and nonviolence. It is this unique and valuable social context that has led to the explosion of the “Sunsplash phenomenon,” which has been reviewed, studied, and explained by groups ranging from the media to university students as a significant cultural event, much more than just a simple musical experience. Here you can easily become friends with your neighbours. Courtesy is the rule, and spontaneous solidarity and exchanges of kindness are abundant. Instead of mistrust for those who are “different,” people show curiosity and the will to understand. Everyone, at least for one week, trusts in each other, opens themselves, and lives in peace. This is some sort of “parallel world”, created by the good will of all who are present. This is the most important aspect of the festival: it’s not “who’s playing on stage” that really matters, but rather the experience of being there and living these emotions and values together, and listening to the music that, above all, addresses what we believe in. And that’s the essence of reggae music. ============================================================================================================ P.S. Can't wait for next year! :) ============================================================================================================ ============================================================================================================ Peace, my lovely ones!