DON´T GET IT TWISTED

Last week I wrote about the box designed by Frank Gehry for Louis Vuitton that I´m wearing on today´s post, walking around Brooklyn and photographed by Diana Kunst. Diana is also someone I have a lot of respect for, I love meeting up with her, she´s one of those people that is always up to something, always working on new projects, she really inspires me. I also wrote about how this Celebrating Monogram collection was one of the reasons why...

 

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about last week

Almost three weeks in the US and I still don´t think it´s enough! There are too many things to do and see in New York and too little time. I´ve been here many times before but this city always manages to surprise me. This past week I made a little trip to Dia:Beacon, a huge art foundation in Beacon (about an hour away from the NYC), where I had the chance to walk around Richard Serra´s installation, under one of those beautiful Louise Bourgeois spiders, look into the deepness of...

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FRANK GEHRY X LOUIS VUITTON

Not that we need any reasons for one of my favorite architects in the world, and who I had the pleasure to meet and visit his studio on my last visit to L.A, to collaborate with Louis Vuitton. But Frank Gehry was, among the dream-list of six other creative minds, invited to celebrate Monogram´s anniversary by creating a special piece. Yes, it´s been 160 years since Louis Vuitton son, Georges Vuitton, created the famous Monogram to honor his father, and to...

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CONCRETE HEAVEN

After a few days in Miami (wow) I´m back in New York City! Vibrant, energetic, unstoppable... I can think of so many words to describe New York that it would probably be easier to think of things that this city is not. The best part of visiting for such a long time is experimenting a bit of a routine: Early in the morning I go down in the lift still half asleep but once I step in Central Park, that green giant that I see from the window and who challenges me every morning, I start...

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