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a new museum in paris honors the legacy of eve's balogna. lego vision the new building by then a stock yacht in those. and physical illusions the body painting by serbian artist really on a mid also a bit. he was one of the most famous fashion designers in the weld. long the french designers started his career at do your in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven four years later he found his own label the many years he worked in paris in a corner building near the eiffel tower and this house has now opened its doors to the public. eaves celeron spent the better part of twenty eight years here. in this room he sketched his designs and held his fittings.
there is personal belongings lie strewn around the desk as if he just left the room . the effect is intentional. former company headquarters has now become a museum. and the concept is to leave visitors with an authentic sense of the place . it is chair of his smoke the desk is full of things he kept around all his life that were very dear to him like the park figures that stand for his dogs. we want it to be more than a museum a fashion more like a place of remembrance of a historical museum. we're trying to recreate something that doesn't exist anymore a time when you have played a major role when collections were developed in a very particular way. ok because. over five thousand dresses complete with accessories as well as sketches photos and films can be found in the new museum's archive. kept everything
including his very earliest creations. this dress from one nine hundred sixty two was the very first he made on commission for a client. museum goers can get up close to the finest gowns it's old coots you're at high level. if someone was the first designing clothes previously they used to give them to the models off the fashion shows i'll sell them straight to the customers but he kept the original prototypes so we can exhibit them today. he was also the first designer to stages fashion shows an observation exists instead of a just because your house is in a hotel for instance if. you do that made the main event and they still are today. in two thousand and two the first rock star designer took his leave of the fashion
world with a grand show. he passed on six years later at age seventy one in two thousand and fourteen his partner both professionally and in private conceive the museum project . was an exceptionally rare talent. you know. he left a colossal legacy and there's a huge influence on society. if fashion were about nothing but creating a certain aesthetic he said addressing wealthy ladies he would have no real significance for marriage but fashion as a. a lot more than that it has a social dimension. so drugs certain functional so little hope paul could. took his from men's fashion like the tuxedo or the overall and transform them and made them wearable for women. so the women kept their femininity but they
were able to feel equal to male a macbook air he latched on to the tendency in the one nine hundred sixty s. and held on to it right up until the end of his career. to total cycle here has continued. among the french designers favorite models was a young the indian model first took to the catwalk for eve celeron in one nine hundred seventy six. i mean. at first glance even celeron made a very reserved and shy impression on people. but in smaller more intimate company he could be completely different he told stories and was good at imitating people in general he was an incredibly polite respectful person. in the thirteen years i worked for him he never acted like a star during fittings he'd even ask me what i thought everyone could have a say them on their one eye view along but. after the paris museum a second eve celeron museum is due to open in america shana tova nineteenth the
fashion designer was born in algeria and spent a great deal of time in morocco and influence that could be spotted in his creations. and he originally came from north africa he grew up there. that's where he got that feel for color a completely different feel than what was normal for paris at the time. he favored warm colors and strong contrast like in india we also mix orange and pink. it's quite at home in america it reminded him of his childhood because this. will never see the two new museums opened he passed away on september eighth but his greatest wish has been granted he's made even celeron the artist and visionary the first fashion designer to have not one but two museums devoted to him.
and from this design his house we go to visit the lego house in denmark yes nearly sixty years after the first leg a building block was painted there is now a life size lego house in the hind town of the brand it was designed by denmark most lovers architects bjarke ingels and his big who let the playful creativity run wild on this project. multi-colored the new legal house in below and then mark looks like a gigantic version of a child's twenty one brick lego house. with a surface area of twelve thousand square metres the whole building is a celebration of these popular plastic building blocks for danish architect and his architecture firm a big this was a labor of love. honestly i love lego ever since i was a kid when i was five i got my first lego set the yellow castle probably the best
lego set ever made i actually told my team that if big had been founded with the purpose of building just a single building it would be the lego house inside it's a huge waterfall made of lego bricks everything here is designed so that visitors can touch and play with it. especially impressive is the gallery of masterpieces these lego dinosaurs are made up of three hundred thousand bricks and they weigh more than four hundred kilos fundamental to their league wide learning through play so the children develop best by playing and one way to sign this lego house the idea was to really show what's behind the lake why and when you look at it i think it is an architectural masterpiece it couldn't have been any different and it really expresses what licorice all about. the building is crowned with a gigantic lego brick complete with typical legal starts the building block motif can be seen everywhere here the rooms dominant colors represent the stages of
a child's development blue stands for called mission red for creativity and yellow for emotional development. architect. wanted to create an ambience that was light and transparent. if you arrive and everything feels almost effortless but there's a lightness and a playfulness and how it's done and when you walk around here so for you of course like everything flows very naturally you have a feeling of the architects they just stack the lego bricks. and then they were done when you come you know the likeness and the effortlessness really strikes you that. you can sense how much work actually got into this because it really feels very simple the lego house the new a sensation from the big architecture it's expected to draw a million visitors the. among the first to come danish crown prince
frederick and his family who are right for the grand opening of the lego house. but the kids love that one now if you look up the cake a studio on you cheap i guarantee that you will keep watching for hours that's because seventy a makeup artist may. have it she creates phenomenally lesions on her body i've never seen anything quite like it but painting isn't something we know that but to do it on your requires another level of skill and that's partly why i keep a has so many followers and has managed to make a living from. the illusions are mind boggling. not just because they're nearly perfect but because they're actually on a body. committee on a mineral ship which. has seen her you tube channel get millions of clicks by
viewers worldwide. she set up a little studio in her apartment and spread to over fifty kilometers from the serbian capital belgrade. she learnt to draw as a child and taught herself to paint today illusionist videos are her trademark. i live challenges and that's why i choose to do it lucian and it's very funny when you make an up and not in your stomach or you are i'm enjoying to do this because every day i'm someone else. could go launched her own video channel in two thousand and sixteen her international breakthrough came with wooden puppet dog a video that won or a top makeup artists award in serbia. she also made an appearance on spanish television. more than one hundred thirty thousand fans have subscribed to her you
tube channel and regularly watch her videos she can't believe her luck. i'm so happy i am we don't know people you know from all over the world and you're talking and when they write he says for rosie okies phone from oz i have the feeling that i was there or i am there you know so it's a very special feeling. a mother of two in her mid thirty's she makes a living from her channel posting to new videos a week she gets feedback from near and far she can read the comments written in spanish. think that what you do is spectacular you surprise me every time. i wish you all the best carry on the mantle see you got to see. what doesn't the last few of them. kicker can spend two days preparing her designs scrutinizing them in the mirror to see what works and what doesn't like the not on
her stomach. she can work on a new body painting for up to eight hours drawing inspiration from music and her own experience. i had a problem with my way and. i couldn't eat i lost my appetite and. i felt that my stomach is you know not you know. the tricky part for the makeup artist is holding our breath for long stretches while she paints in the fine details of her works of art involve magic of some kind and blackwall. poke poke. at braehead that right. not like. the body painting illusionist can do more than tires off into knots she can put a spring in her belly. it was part of her wooden property illusion one of her
biggest challenges so far. that spring gave me sole watch trouble because it's very difficult when you're still work on your skin on star trek because you can't move if you want to make picture really good and perfect. it's motivated to keep perfecting her body paintings by her dream of what the future could hold. my dream is. one day to be on the red carpet and. cold. hollywood may or may not be on the horizon in the meantime she's busily creating body painted art and tutorials for her fans. among those who shared his videos as american actor charlie sheen but she remains dedicated to perfecting her art and
she certainly isn't the type to lose their head over her success. very racy there are. now and this is a scene with the release of us called fifty kitchens one city your eyes has been featuring bolin restaurants and their recipes on our website social media and. one that we lobbed it was a portuguese establishment in friedrich stein run by a native who took a while to get used to his new ballin. there are many things you have to overcome first the language then if you're portuguese the climate and the way people are and of course the weather it took me years to a climatologist. i know my dad was born in northern prosecco in one nine hundred seventy seven he grew up in has been in the capital after finishing school he
trained as a cook. his passion for mother as a child he watched how she cooked. moved to berlin when he was twenty one working in various restaurants and as a d.j. in the sun until he opened his list in twenty ten. then he. has a huge market where you can buy everything from i was a child it fascinated me to walk through the market and see the contrasting colors and fruits. how was that how was it prepared the market always fired my curiosity. with these cuisine is relatively unknown in germany and financial medo wants to change that the emphasis is on the small dishes. they said just advertises much like the spanish top us and in portugal they pass of every.
restaurant come from portugal. in portugal people eat a lot. when i go home to visit my mom she sees me taking a small plate of food and says you all starve to death you have to eat something. and i see it with other people. thirteen the portuguese spend a quarter of their earnings on food. sometimes more than a quarter the innocent in this. manner which charge less as and is a portuguese steve that comes in many variations. the recipe originated in southern portugal. the dish is named after the pot it's prepared and.
the portuguese have been cooking in this cup of pot since the eighth century it's especially good for gently preparing food because when the lid is on the food is steamed that preserves the flavor of the individual ingredients. which it is because even is very very on the coast people traditionally eat a lot of fish in the interior more meat comes to the table. what's special about cuts a plan a moderate tara is that all the ingredients cook together with the meat even the seafood. the second this is a typical portuguese dish a very special. man mr makes the meats and the fish fish i don't know
why but i do know that the portuguese are always ready to try new things just like in seafaring. the portuguese were always willing to discover a new land even though the dangers were greater say. one shaped portuguese culture. this is shown. in the. finale i spent three months renovating the ruins of what had been a store and even built some of the furniture himself he wanted a rustic ambience like in a country inn in portugal. his small restaurant has room for fifty five guests. many come specifically for fernando's homemade pastel the not-a a traditional putting tartlet. the list is located on blocks hard enough plots interest on district it's the only portuguese restaurant in this
district which is home to many young people students and families. and there's a certain freedom here people do what they want. and it's still very much an alternative neighborhood even when all this is in the not so she. and i really like the mix of people that come here. as many regular guests from the neighborhood they like the product atmosphere and when fernando might or has time he brings the food to the table himself. for me looks good now what makes a city worth living in the price is the greenery the transport system well the
british lifestyle magazine in monaco has recently published a ranking of the top twenty five most populous cities to live in so many went to into consideration leisure pollution traffic travel as well as the price of coffee the number one spot went to tokyo japan but the swiss city observed featured in the top ten to so we paid a visit. zurich switzerland speaking city and the country's financial capital it regularly reaches the top ten in surveys of the world's most livable cities lifestyle magazine monocle has just placed so rick at number eight in its latest quality of life city ranking editor in chief tyler brulé says one reason is that everything here works like clockwork swiss clock of course we think that great cities are friction free and that means public transport works means
communications function it means that you can have a really seamless existence in a city real to jump in a river or lake in the morning and have an easy commute to work and be in a great office environment. zurich is home to a population of about four hundred thousand the old town is in the heart of the city and manages to combine the excitement of the big city with the charm of the village and everything's easy to reach even the alps proximity to nature is another of zurich's big attractions. it has lake zurich and the river lima on its doorstep all this water is lovely to look at and it's a key factor in quality of life. and even take a boat across the if you want to get to the office you have it as soon will like i think it's one of really one of the great things come as a. you see that zurich really turns into
a mediterranean city the way the city uses its rivers the way use its lakes i can't think of many european cities that have that and then are really using fresh bodies of water in the way that europe does. bahnhof strasser in downtown so it has one of the most upmarket shopping streets in the world. the city is a hub of international finance traditionally one of its main features are banks but zurich is changing the creative scene is flourishing and helping to regenerate neighborhoods that used to be rundown n.c.d. . i think of all of the cities that we've looked at in our quality of life rankings zurich has witnessed the most extraordinary transformation if i look back fifteen years ago sixteen years ago zurich was still very buttoned up but that's changed now and you see that because whole structures of the city that the
reinvention of christ fear try these these neighborhoods which actually start to feel like a slightly more sanitized swiss a fide version of berlin kai sphere is the former red light district these days it's popular with a young crowd and google opened offices here in the summer two thousand people from around the world to now work here. a spate of new hotels restaurants and shops have opened breathing new life into the neighborhood a former pharmacy houses the ultra hip pseudo design stores places like this are turning the area into zurich's most cosmopolitan district. such as a coffee it's got good cafes good nightclubs good bars very specialized sessions to do with a shift it's a district that represents who we are it's lively district it attracts a mixed crowd and we feel very at home here at odds with who is his award. monocle magazine also gives. top marks for the fifty plus theaters museums and opera houses
here they're part of what makes zurich such a great place to live. because there's culture and cullen air experiences new things happening lots of innovation great hotels that need it big you know each neighborhood has its own character they've all got their own flair today and great places to eat those with this. small everything's within easy reach . everything. it does have to be said but zurich is also one of the most expensive cities in europe it could do with becoming more affordable even monocle says so apart from zurich strikes the perfect balance between financial hub modern metropolis and small town coziness. another one for the bucket list then that is all we have time for today they say thanks for joining in everyone and until i see you again take care bye for now.
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