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Monday, 21 January 2013

The sky is the limit










Davidelfin biker coat, American Apparel hoodie, Céline bag and Balenciaga shoes


Hello from one of the top five most incredible places I've ever been. I wanted to visit The Memorial to
 the Murdered Jews of Europe ever since it got inaugurated in 2005 and the wait was definitely worth
 it. I can't really describe how it feels to walk between concrete blocks trying to reach the sky but the
 good thing is that is that it doesn't make you think about the past, only the future, and that's something
I love being involved with

Hola desde uno de los cinco lugares más increibles en los que he estado. Tenía ganas de visitar el
 Monumento a los Judios Asesinados de Europa desde que se inaugurara en 2005 y la espera ha
 merecido la pena. No puedo describir que se siente al caminar entre esos bloques de cemento que
 intentan alcanzar el cielo pero lo mejor de ese sitio es que no te hace pensar en el pasado, sólo el 
futuro y eso es algo con lo que me gusta identificarme




47 comments:

Christian said...

Loving that coat from Davi. The golden details is just a dream.

:)
www.fashiongentrix.com

Charlotte said...

Your coat is the best and the shoes!
http://fashiongirl134.blogspot.com

Jose de Frutos Lafuente said...

Que imágenes tan futuristas! Esa chaqueta de David es puro amor!

Http://phemarpe.blogspot.com

Miss Coco said...

Me encanta el toque de color del Céline!!
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MarieAntoinette said...

amazing *_*

Octavio Di Gianni said...

Wow, no tenía ni idea de la existencia de ese monumento, pero es genial, desde luego! Molaría que tuviese nombres de gente que murió en los muros. Muy buenas fotos Pelayo, y una pose muy gay! Un saludo, pásate por mi blog!http://princeofeight.blogspot.com/
:D

Iván García said...

Muy chulo el sitio! Una pasada! Y las fotos muy buenas!
Me encanta el abrigo!
Un abrazo

Inez An said...

Awesome look, that coat os just fab!

I've been there roughly two years ago and I remember it made the same impression to me ..


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Duck said...

A memorial space called Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe, which was specifically constructed to make the visitor feel disoriented and uneasy, doesn't make you think about the horrific past? Really effective memorial then.

Iván Moya said...

Me encanta ese abrigo!

Un abrazo

Iván
nomellameustedmoderno.wordpress.com

lachicadelcuarto said...

me encantas pelayo. tienes toda la razón, lo mejor es pensar en el futuro.
xxxxxxxx

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Anonymous said...

sí, yo también me 'identicio' con ese lugar

Tamara Díaz said...

ME REQUETENCANTAN LAS FOTOS Y EL LOOK!!nunca defraudas!!

besos desde Asturias
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straphalariolist said...

Everything's cool, but We'd like to see from behind.

http://straphalariolist.blogspot.com.es/

dimitri said...

I've been there. I agree entirely with your impression.
Love your coat!

Sofía Chanel said...

Sin duda, un lugar que todos deberíamos visitar antes de morir. Impresionante, al igual que tu look. Adoro el contraste del color del bolso con el resto del conjunto.
Besitos
http://chanel-inmyveins.blogspot.com.es/

Vasilieva said...

loving these black and white balenciagas with a biker coat


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STEEL BETWEEN FASHION said...

vas mu mono
pero un pelín desabrigao no????

Rosa, Rosita, Rose,Rosina, Rosiña said...

Sencillamente increíble, ayer y hoy mejor que nunca....

dandyman said...

Ese sitio es precioso, yo estuve hace un par de años y me encanto. Te sigo desde que tenias fotolog y siempre he sido una enamorada de tu estilo.
http://thedandiman.blogspot.com.es/

Funniest Thing said...

Good job! Menudos fotones y gran reflexión. Es un lugar mágico capaz de hacer sentir cosas diferentes a cada uno.
Esta semana estoy sorteando en el blog un collar elaborado a partir del tapete de la abuela, si te quieres pasar serás más que bienvenido :)
http://2ndfunniestthing.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/new-giveaway.html
Un abrazo artista

rocking lace said...

I love your blog, your style, everything. Great!

is ist possible to follow you via google?

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Berta said...

Como me encanta el abrigo de David Delfin es una pasada!!!
Un besote

Naiara Valdano said...

Adoro el abrigo! una autentica pasada!!! :)

Adrián Huerta Espinosa said...

Me encanta el ppst y el sitio!

Y del abrigo que decir... Que es impresionante!

Un saludo!

http://adrianhe.blogspot.com.es/?m=1

Miri said...

Wow - the post & pictures turned out great. It was so freezing yet you look so chic and cool. And I am not getting tired of admiring your neon pink Céline!
Hope to see you again soon!

XX


IN BED WITH FASHION

Nacho Uve said...

Me encanta el abrigo!!

V

Juden said...

Yeah just so amazing that you did a fashion shoot at a memorial to the deaths of six million people. Awesome coat, you should be swigging from a bottle of wine though yeah.

Anonymous said...

You do realize that place is a holocaust memorial and that only stupid 14 year old girls take pictures there?

Anonymous said...

I WONDER WHY THESE FRUSTRATED FASHION BLOGGERS ( IF BLOGGING MEANS POSTING PHOTOS OF DAILY BUYS FROM ONLINE STORES) ARE SO OFFENDED BY THIS POST WHEN THEY ARE NOT BOTHERED BY FASHION STORIES SET IN GRAVEYARDS, FOR EXAMPLE. I RECALL A 90S PHOTO OF KATE MOSS SET IN A GRAVEYARD , SURE U KNOW THE PHOTO I AM REFERRING TO. ARENT GRAVEYARD SHOOTS OFFENSIVE TO DEAD PEOPLE, THEN?
THEY ARE REACTING AS IF YOU TOOK THE PHOTO IN A CONCENTRATION CAMP OR SOMETHING. ITS QUITE THE CONTRARY, I BELIVE ITS DARING WHAT YOU DO. THEY ARE ONLY JEALOUS. BEST WISHES.

Maria Alyssa Martinez said...

I've seen other bloggers posed on that same memorial place too. NY Mag just created an article about you because you are way more popular than them. I don't see anything offensive on this post and it certainly made me respect the place and want to visit it more because the photos are so good.

Lela said...

Well, this post is going to get you some hits today!

It is, however, completely innocent. You are lovely, P.

xo,
Lela - www.LelaLONDON.com

Anonymous said...

Yes , NY mag is just after you to create their cheap buzz. it's a good story for their opportunist selves as long as they can provide scandal where there is not. next thing you know, you will be condemned for being an antisemitist.

love from paris

Arabelle said...

way more popular than ny mag? girl.

Oonagh Montague said...

I like your blog - and you appear to be a positive person. So I don;t think you'll shut me down for asking reasonably asking if your loved ones had been tortured and killed - honestly, how would you feel if I turned up in my best outfit for a cracking good photo op at their memorial?

1.5 murdered children. And that's just the kids. Can you see why people might object?

Allegra said...

usually love to read your blog but this time you terribly failed - I mean, how doesn't it make you think about the past? because, just so you know, that's exactly what memorials should do! sorry but that's nothing but ignorant and irreverent.

Anonymous said...

i felt your post was fine... take pictures everywhere, it is what you do, but in this picture, you also bring people to think about something more important than balenciaga, without being preachy or forcing your impressions on people.

some people are so deeply moved by this place and the horrific events it references that they cannot see it from your perspective, but i hear you clearly saying that, for you:

the memorial did NOT evoke the horrible past, but a reaching for the sky, for the future, for new possibilities.

architecture, like all art, can have very different effects of different people. even many which are not the intent of the artist.

i hope you keep seeing the world through your own, unique lens, and finding ways to share that with the world.

Anonymous said...

You're probably forgetting that without the past there is no future and should not, especially us Jews never forget our past.
But you probably never understand that

CACANITO© said...

there are so many opinions about this post.
some think it's inappropriate to make pictures at a memorial...
but when you look at the internet you will find a zillion pictures at this memorial in Berlin...
i don´t think that this post is disrespectful...

btw i love your Balenciaga shoes ;)

Anonymous said...

http://fashionista.com/2013/01/fashion-blogger-responds-to-holocaust-fashion-shoot-backlash/

Anonymous said...

http://fashionista.com/2013/01/fashion-blogger-responds-to-holocaust-fashion-shoot-backlash/

Anonymous said...

People are sooo annoying!!! GET OVER IT!

So what! Millions more kids/people die in 3rd world countries every day and we live in 2013, I think thats alot more worrying....

Instead of wasting your energy abusing Pelayo for a few photos he took. Just a thought maybe email and abuse your government to help people in need..... You guys have way to much time on your hands to worry bout stuff like a few pictures..... :s


On a side note PELAYO YOUR SUCH A BABE!! love the blog!

XX

T.

Anonymous said...

your energy is verry dark.as you are. :)

Blondorun said...

It's unappropriated to post looks in this kind of place with your electric pink bag and shoes. This place is to remember horrible things happened to Jewish people and remind us what is Nazism. It is really insulting for relatives of those people who died during holocaust and so many families are not recovered yet.

Anonymous said...

probably not the most appropriate place to pose, but if you take this issue so seriously, you basicly shouldn't pose anywhere in berlin. not in front of the reichstag, not in front of the branderburger gate, not anywhere near the mauer, the hausvogteiplatz, not on potsdamer platz, nowhere... also, this particular memorial is huge, and if you walk around ignorantly, you won't be able to find out easily what this actually is.

Anonymous said...

How is a Memorial only about the future o.O?

Irene said...

Lovely Pics ;-)
Irene
www.fashionablylate.es