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Oct 20, 2022
Azerbaijan art and culture

A museum provides background on Azerbaijani carpet weaving

One of the oldest crafts in the Caucasus, dating to the Bronze Age, is carpet weaving. In this episode of Cult, Euronews travels to Baku to a renowned museum that houses both old and new carpets.

Oct 19, 2022
Culture News

Roger Waters of Pink Floyd was made “persona non grata” in Poland

Roger Waters has added his name to a lengthy list of musicians who have faced travel restrictions.

Oct 18, 2022

Everything you need to know about Balenciaga, Vetements, and Demna Gvasalia

Let’s explain the situation. When Vetements debuted its Fall/Winter 2015–2016 collection in 2015 in Paris’ Le Dépôt club, a sacred site for the city’s underground gay community, it generated a stir that has only grown in popularity since.

Oct 17, 2022
Black In Fashion

The fashion industry’s most dramatic color’s hidden meanings

Wearing black has long been a symbol of authority, rebellion, death, sex, and other things – It’s “the most slimming of colours”, said Christian Dior. “It affirms, designs and styles,” said Yves Saint-Laurent.

Oct 16, 2022
Georgian designer

Demna Gvasalia – desire to disappear

The artistic director of Balenciaga continually reveals himself in his daring, culture-altering work, even as he occasionally tries to disappear.

Oct 15, 2022
Iconic Queen

How the Queen came to be a fashion symbol

The Queen has experienced significant societal change over her 70 years in power, as well as previously unimaginable scientific and technological advances and – unavoidably – the development, decline, and reemergence of innumerable fashion fads.

Oct 12, 2022
By BBC Culture

The 10 best books of 2022 – Part 2

Introducing the top 10 books of 2022 compiled by BBC Culture , Part II.

Oct 11, 2022
By BBC Culture

The 10 best books of 2022 – Part 1

Introducing the top 10 books of 2022 compiled by BBC Culture.

Oct 9, 2022
A turbulent century

Contemporary Ukrainian writers and their opinions

Nina Murray talked about the country’s literature. “There’s a long-standing humorous tradition [in Lviv], because it’s always been a mixed city where different classes of people made fun of each other. But also the Jewish writer Sholem Aleichem is from Lviv and he was a great humorist. I’m biased because I’m from there [too]!”

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