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What everybody appreciates about H&M the most is the affordable price range, and that the quality lives up to the price. On the other hand I also find it very exciting that they are doing an ‘H&M Home’ line or as they are collaborating with established, as well as upcoming designers and lately showcased trend collections, which are produced in lesser quantity and yet from quality materials. But to get back to my point and highlight my gladness towards to their home decor products, I have to admit that I could probably spend more on the latter than on clothes. The designs are highly contemporary, mixing bold typographic prints and splashes of bright accents, which create the perfect opportunity to spring-up your homes.
Was alle an H&M so lieben, sind die erschwinglichen Preise und die Qualität, die man dafür bekommt. Außerdem finde ich es sehr spannend, dass es auch eine ‘H&M Home’ Linie gibt und die verschiedenen Zusammenarbeiten mit sowohl etablierten als auch aufstrebenden Designern. (more…)
During my previous stay in Paris, I ran into the eponymous diptyque Store on Boulevard St Germain, where it all begun back in 1961. It happened to be that three friends named Desmond Knox-Leet, Christiane Gautrot, and Yves Coueslant, all from the world of fine arts and décor, decided to open a store. It wasn’t a conventional one, mainly not at the time – they displayed and sold their own plain print designs, besides traditional British fragrances. Since then, guided by this rich heritage, the brand got widely known from its iconic oval shape logo with the number ’34’ on it, hence referring to the street number of the shop on Boulevard St Germain. By moving on the wallpapers and print designs, there was born a unique fragrance, one for both body and home, both encompassing love for the nature, through carefully chosen raw materials and yet giving them a clear, distinctive signature. Wrap yourself in luxury with diptyque products!
Während meines letzten Aufenthaltes in Paris, bin ich auf den namensgebenden diptyque Laden auf dem Boulevard St Germain gestoßen, wo 1961 alles begann. (more…)