Thursday, 19 November 2015

Some time ago I was asked, what was my favourite building in my town.  I don't think there ara many nice pieces of architecture in PoznaƄ, but one worths attention. I mean Stary Browar. Maybe it is not the tallest or the biggest in the world, but it has many other qualities. I love the deep red colour of the bricks combined with grey details. When you go inside,  you can see various examples of marvellous modern art, like sculptures or a floor covered with a chess-board  pattern. Around Stary Browar there is a small park, where you can sit in the summer afternoon and in the evening- watch a good movie which is played every weekend.  Stary Browar is definitely a source of inspiration, you can always find something to do there. If it's not shopping, drinking coffee or having a dinner, it can be attending some art event or relaxing in the park.

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Last week I went to the cinema to watch, as it tourned out, an amazing movie called "The walk". This film is about a young French whose dream is to walk between two World Trade Center towers on a line. I havent't seen any 3D movie for a long time, but this time I thought the effects would be really nice. And I was not dissapointed! But that's only one good aspect, and what I find the most surprising are the actors. I would never think that Joseph Gordon-Levitt could imitate a french accent that well! At first I couldn't even recognise him at all! The make up artists did a great job there, he looked much younger than normally. The very plot was also interesting, besides all the things that attracted my attention. It tells a story about Philippe Petit, a thightrope walker who does crazy things, like walking on a rope at the Notre Dame cathedral, and many, many other. I can recommend this movie to everyone who is interested in how it ends. Will he make his dream true? Will he manage to walk between the World Trade Center towers without any insurance? Well, you have to watch it to find out :)

Saturday, 10 October 2015

This blog will be about everything, fashion, movies, music, books, nice things that happened to me, travels or places I'd like to go. So let's start :)

5th of November is going to be a big day in the world of fashion. H&M has invited Balmain to make a collection available in selected shops. Olivier Rousteing, Balmain's creative director is an absolute genious and all of the clothes are amazing. I fell in love especially in black and gold dresses and beautiful boots. I like the iniciative of H&M to invite designers to colaboration. It's an opportunity for an "average" pearson to be able to buy something made by a fashion designer, without ruining her wallet. But of course, the prices won't be the same as for normal clothes in the shop, we will have to pay a lot for the quality. I'm looking forward to see the whole collection and I'm sure that the queue is going to be really long.