tv Arts and Culture Deutsche Welle April 1, 2019 8:45pm-9:01pm CEST
but first string is almost strong here in northern europe and it's time to put away those heavy winter coats and look forward to summer so let's see what's new on the fashion scene this year and i'll be chancy as my colleague melissa holroyd current trends to this. this spring and summer fashions are about one thing. that caught. the instance of the nineteen seventies and eighties are still making themselves felt my waistline big shoulders and of course the touch of discounters american model tyra banks is all right with that but. i feel the most beautiful in clothes from the seventies and eighties it hasn't come back totally literally but certain
trends have come through and i think it's really because of the generation of young people that didn't know the eighty's so i think millennial is today that didn't know the eighty's are looking back at that and they're saying oh and hard times that we're going through today we want to have fun and be a little bit. disco. of course be a she's also means lots of glitter and glamour out there extravagance and flashy or just to keep hearing that. you don't have something that sparkles in your wardrobe it's you know you have something that sparkles in your wardrobe can be seen but it can be worn during the day so it's not only for evening it could be a t. shirt a sequin t. shirt color fall. james and denim never really go out and. join something of a and not just. dresses denim jacket stand in shorts with optional where
i'm making their way down. in drugs. terms you want to attract attention this season can go yeah live. it's summer so colors are big yellow was one of the big trends also we had to lie and pink is a big color as well i think women love pink no matter what it was almost if you get there's lots of yellow this summer it's a very cheerful color just like the dresses we have watched the bright colors everywhere red pink coy's. one thing is guaranteed this year's spring summer collections will not be boring. thank goodness lots of color i like your waters my colleague melissa holroyd think what do you think well doesn't look like it today but i also like although i find
the neon can be a bit broad it can help my eyes yeah a retro way we've heard about retro while else other than retro is trying to tie cycling pants cycling pants cycling pants they've been going down it for years now if of the last couple of years at first they just went down sort of quite a bit but now people are putting jackets with them they're putting funny skits with them with splits they're very polarizing i have to say that that people either love them or they really hate them yeah. say are the biggest so who's our dear was this cycling pants who stopped playing they were briefly very popular in the one nine hundred ninety s. and some people credit princess diana although i don't remember her wearing them as an item of fashion i can remember her being chased about by the packer up and running in and out of gyms so if it was because of her it wasn't intentional col
lagerfeld also. had people going on his cat walk in ninety one with psychic pencil what we want to say about what about him of course not i'm not is not just young things on the catwalk started this year that's another thing i know who they has been a rush of likes to ha's as models from the eighty's and ninety's going down the catwalk if we get to heaven of the future the grace jones books will she dance down the runway for tommy hilfiger christy turlington from mark jacobs and penelope cruz paid tribute to laga filter and after fourteen absence my only candle turned up for valentino. and a nice big close back. to close a bit of a slice where it is back oversized anoraks oversized jackets are making a comeback we've seen them on the fendi from norton and. catwalks
a buzzword that people are throwing about a lot he's utilitarian in the form of pants aboard jumpsuit the style was born out of necessity by the british in the second world war at the start of the second world war it was there was standardize clothes that were made to very strict regulations no when necessary embellish mints and reasonably priced ships are going to stick to that one yeah but listen thank you very much you're welcome. now we're off to a brand new rest restaurant with a difference it's all the norwegian coast and is the first underwater restaurant in europe but when you arrive there you might think the structure slipped its moorings and tumbled into the sea however it is of course purpose built and called simply. a building just stacked in the early hours of the war on norway's southern coast surrounded by the north sea. europe's first underwater restaurant has just opened in the town of lintas name. the futuristic building was designed by the norwegian
architectural firm snow head under the direction of key a tall tree adult horse and it's going from above water and being about five meters underwater and by the it's becoming. a negotiator between what is above sea level and what is below sea level as a way of getting people in contact with themselves and their surroundings in a new way and your descend slowly slowly and from that point on more and more off the underwater bed is being revealed to the customer as he moves down. steadily down into the underwater world at sea level there's a bomb. and from there it's down to the lower level the dining room is five meters below sea level it gives a whole new meaning to the term seaview restaurant the twenty five centimeter thick penner rama window provides a unique look at the underwater world one that's impressed danish chef nikolai l.
it's cos. we get so inspired just looking out the window and so new ideas would just start popping up all the time. and just by looking out the window we got inspired to do desert would see wheat because we saw how the seaweed works dancing in the waves. the menu features cool main dishes made from ingredients from the local air. these include beech plants and algae which the chef collects near the restaurant. this one as has the truffle. is pretty cool i think seaweed has the same taste as trouble because i don't really want to use truffles as we don't have any trouble yet as our own part . of the focus is on authentic local and norwegian dishes and of course fish and seafood in the underwater restaurant. meals change seasonally and
can have up to eighteen courses. prices start at two hundred thirty euros i don't think anybody counts purely for the fourth year but i think it's for the whole experience that it will draw people the ambiance is going to be as important as the astronomy i would try to get a table at that window. and it's not just a restaurant marine biologists like kim harvest and research the biodiversity of the sea here measuring instruments and cameras are installed on the facade they also use secretis to the panoramic window with lights and sound signals and not just to maintain the guests. can help us to learn more about how fish respond to different types of stimulus responses we're already in the middle of this world just. watching and observing what happens you know you're kind of passive observer and sort of an axe to explore them all the time when i find something new or some
seaweed or a show i'm teaching them what is this what is that can we eat it and then usual idea a restaurant where a marine biologist an architect and a chef work together to create an extraordinary experience. that restaurant is booked out of the next six months. now it's time for our continuing series one hundred must reads classic books from german literature this week a book by m. god calling cold the artificial silk environment republic bolin which was a crazy head and mystic time to say the least it's about an eighteen year old go who arrives in berlin seeking fame and love. no one is immune to spring fever and even if your love life has been one big catastrophe after another maybe this time that's worth another gamble.
and. before there was bridget jones or sex in the city or girls there was the artificial soak girl coins in one nine hundred thirty two novel about a young woman who isn't too worried about her reputation eighteen year old doris works as a typist but she wants to be a movie star and she isn't afraid to use her feminine wiles to get there but she doesn't want to sleep with just anyone when she turns down her own boss she finds herself out of a job. so she packs her stolen for coats and runs away to berlin city glittering with excitement but also full of cruelty and misadventures she takes a wealthy gangster as her lover later she moves in with another guy who's still hung up on his acts doris wants to find love but she's looking in all the wrong places. if you're human you have feelings but you're human you know what it means if you want someone and they don't want you it's like an electrified waiting period
nothing more nothing less but it's enough for. the artificial silk girl is one of the last accounts of normal life in germany before hitler took over the nazis bands but book with its brash willingly unmarried female protagonist and author in god calling the darling of german literature at the time was forgotten for decades but this isn't just a historical documents doris is anything but old fashioned with her self-confidence and sass she may just when your heart. information on a full list of the. hundred books on our website at v.w. don't come slush culture so there's plenty of choice there for something to suit your tastes and we leave you with pictures from the cop walks of paris whether you're wearing. or cycling shorts we're glad you joined does fall by.
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