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What a superb show. I highly recommend it to anyone wishing to see a show whilst in Vegas.
The elaborate mechanism of the stage and performers are there to wow the spectators!
Brilliant show that capture the use of water elements!
This April 2014 we are proud to introduce Italian Brand – Rosso Prezioso on Cultave.com
ROSSO PREZIOSO is the result of the strong desire of creative experimentation, and the long experience of marketing and design activities by Cristina Bacchetti and Roberta Romoli, also owners of the Mdp Studio.
“I wanted a line of accessory strictly linked with fashion trend – Bacchetti explained – which doesn’t lose proportion, sophistication and care in details and the finish. The simple but fascinating style of ROSSO prezioso really fits any kind of woman’s style”.
ROSSO prezioso is a brand of handmade italian high quality bijouterie strictly linked with fashion and design. Hot items in Italy, key to success is the free interpretation of traditional jewelry using unusual and cutting edge materials.
Here is preview of Rosso Prezioso, exciting brand new flagship store at Fiori Chiari 16 Milan, Italy.
Cult Avenue Quiz for Our Head Buyer: Mr. Mak Sin Wee Instagram: @knswee
You will know it’s me from afar when you see dark hair, black tee, jeans and dark colored shoes.
The designs I handpicked are inspired by functionality, era of design and quality.
The most dominant colour in my closet: checkered, red, blue. Eventhough I was told to wear purple, yellow and pink more often by a family friend.
If I were to raid a closet, it would be Nicola Formichetti’s.
I feel naked without my wallet.
I can’t resist buying shoes and writing instruments.
I always shop in MUJI, Givenchy and CultAvenue of course!
The craziest thing I do for fashion: wearing UGG boots in Singapore Humid Weather. (it was comfy and I felt it wasn’t utilized enough)
Girls/guys, do NOT wear too much bracelets on one hand.
1. What’s a typical day in the office like for you?
I don’t really frequent the office, Usually cuppa coffee to start, read the online news, check company account balances and start a to-do-list & email and make sure I finish the list before the day ends.
2. Whats the one trend you love/hate?
Love: Gold tones are in.
Hate: Chrome Hearts on Hermes.
3. Who is your fashion role model?
Marcelo Burlon is my fashion role model.
4. What’s that one brand you’d wear exclusively?
5. What are your go-to fashion pieces?
Tod’s footwear, Eddie Borgo Jewelry, GoPro!
6. Tell us about your shopping habits.
I browse them online and wait for sales period especially on Mr.Porter
7. What’s your style philosophy?
Never stop traveling.
8. What are your latest clothing obsessions?
Christian Dada and Nicopanda.
9. Any style tip for the CultAvenue blog readers?
Comfort is utmost importance and pair it with a statement pieces like a unique ring or bracelet to grab everyone’s attention.
10. What is your vision for CultAvenue?
To be the number one cult brands online retailer in South East Asia.
It’s pretty terrifying. We had an inkling of what it was like, thanks to our reporter’s first hand account of the events, but we never could have envisioned this. People actually fought–as in they slapped and punched each other–for the goods.
“I love reaching out directly to our audience; to have a dialog that provokes and at the same time has a sense of wit and irony,” Wang said in a statement. “Nothing is formulaic with T. This project was viral and street at the same time, which allowed us not only to communicate with our audience through different avenues, but to activate them. I liked the idea of creating a destination that’s unknown, mysterious, and fun, where people can connect.”
The video was directed by Darren Stein, who directed the cult hit Jawbreaker. Apparently the final scene, where enraged prom-goers throw things at Rose McGowan and her tiara slips, is a favorite of Wang’s, and it served as the inspiration for the video. Wang has been experimenting with video lately to great effect. We thought it was genius when he brought back MADtv‘s Bon Qui Qui. This is better.
Author: Tyler McCall