Placed in a peaceful scenery and warmed up by the autumn sun, the dress doesn’t look as one having been born in the midst of another field. A field of war.
Everything changes when put in another context. And yet the point of departure is there to stay.
Mierpilnā ainavā un siltā rudens saulē viss izskatās savādāk. Neviens ij nepateiktu, ka kleitas apdruku iedvesmojis cits lauks. Karalauks.
Viss mainās, kad nomaina kontekstu. Bet izejas skatupunkts tāpēc nepazūd.
Photo: Vika Anisko
For some time now Riga city centre has been migrating too. Either it's getting bigger or simply drifting in the direction of Terbatas and Stabu streets. There are new restaurants popping up, a city bar has opened and since last week there's a little go-to shoe paradise for every city girl.
Over the summer I've been lucky to give a voice to a few meaningful brands. Here is one of them. KIIN. It has been created to give the world natural, true honey from wild meadows untouched by human hands. While we here in Latvia are blessed with organic, fragrant honey (every Latvian knows at least one person who can supply with natural honey coming from a diehard traditional beekeeper), it's a rarity in many places across the globe.
Every time my iPhone goes dead and I'm in the middle of town I get that sudden (and somehow sad) feeling that now I won't be able to tell time. Strange how it's so important to people even if there's no more plans for the day. However, everything is different when one has a wrist watch.
The thing about most men is that they have plenty of stuff but no bag to put it all in. Jeans' pockets may be only so good for a wallet and iPhone, but what about a tablet, a laptop and an occasional book? Finally, the problem is solved. Now there's a brand I will designate to all of them asking me where to get a good, resistant and, most importantly, manly bag - the name is I'M YOUR BAG and it's made in Latvia.