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Fornarina: Valerja Sestic for the Fall Winter 2013-2014 Ad Campaign

Fornarina: Valerja Sestic for the Fall Winter 2013-2014 Ad Campaign | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

The Fornarina Fall Winter 2013.14 ADV campaign see Valerja Sestic, the beautiful model with long, golden hair as the new face of Fornarina for this season. Hers is an unconventional beauty: sensual, tun and self-assured.

Total black is the common thread that runs through the new campaign, with splashes of colour here and there.

The clear stars are the new denim models together with the winter colours in the highly sought after Perfect Shape.

Hi fashion sneakers in unexpected combinations and super high-heels do not fail to astonish once again!


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Contemporary Design Italian Kitchens | Providing Inspirational Home Design Ideas

Contemporary Design Italian Kitchens | Providing Inspirational Home Design Ideas | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

Scavolini added a fresh touch to the kitchen design. Although art is not a new term anymore to the interior design, but this time Scavolini gives more colorful graphics and gravities to the furniture of kitchen’s wall. Just like in the picture, a different style of the appliances and cabinets really amaze us. Even the amazing gravity also appears as the counter decoration. A laminating flooring absolutely complete this brilliant idea. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, July 26, 2013 7:08 PM

Scavolini added a fresh touch to the kitchen design

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Wine Serving Temperature

Wine Serving Temperature | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Reliable wine serving tips you can trust. From wine serving temperature to who gets served first, you'll never be out of place... or out of wine in your glass.

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Ma Cave En France's curator insight, August 2, 2013 3:42 AM

Always good to remind the basics :)

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Tripadvisor Singles Out Greece's 10 Most Beautiful Beaches - GTP Headlines

Tripadvisor Singles Out Greece's 10 Most Beautiful Beaches - GTP Headlines | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
If you are planning to travel to Greece, it might be a good idea to check out the 10 most beautiful beaches in the country, according to leading travel review site TripAdvisor.

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Nicole Di Rocco Transports You Back In Time With Style - Swimwear brand Nicolita - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim - The Los Angeles Fashion / The LA Fashion magazine

Nicole Di Rocco Transports You Back In Time With Style - Swimwear brand Nicolita - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim - The Los Angeles Fashion / The LA Fashion magazine | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Nicole Di Rocco Transports You Back In Time With Style - Swimwear brand Nicolita - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim

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The LA FAshion's curator insight, July 23, 2013 9:07 PM

Nicole Di Rocco Transports You Back In Time With Style – Swimwear brand Nicolita

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Indian Heavy Embroidered Sarees, Beautiful Fashion Sarees Online | Indian Ramp

Indian Heavy Embroidered Sarees, Beautiful Fashion Sarees Online | Indian Ramp | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Embroidered Sarees with a classic collection of Unique Sequin designs, Indian Embroidered Sarees with Design Kundan Work which makes the Saree looks very attractive and fashionable. The emerging trends in Indian Sarees are Embroidery work.

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Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops and Garlic Spinach | Cavegirl Cuisine

Prosciutto Wrapped Scallops and Garlic Spinach | Cavegirl Cuisine | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

Back-to-basics recipe.  This is an amazingly quick and easy meal to fix.

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[I'm in love with...] Petit Bateau by Maison Kitsuné | F/W '13/'14 | Shot by Ola Rindal

[I'm in love with...] Petit Bateau by Maison Kitsuné | F/W '13/'14 | Shot by Ola Rindal | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it


Photo: © Petit Bateau 



More about Petit Bateau by Maison Kitsuné: 

Here, Here & Here



More about Ola Rindal fashion photography: 

Here! 




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Sandra Boyer's curator insight, July 13, 2013 9:09 AM

La mode, la mode, la mode ...

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Natural Alternatives for Staying Healthy

Natural Alternatives for Staying Healthy | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Summer is a busy time for most people. You’re traveling for family vacations, hauling the kids back and forth to summer camp, and staying outdoors as much as possible.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, June 14, 2013 7:42 AM

Good resource here, thanks Amy!

 

From the article:

 

Believe it or not, modern innovation has paved the way for a whole new way of checking produce items off the food pyramid.

Kirk Fontaine's curator insight, July 13, 2013 5:05 PM

No excuses for not eating healthy , Choices Choices 

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The Tasty Alternative: Double Chocolate Hazelnut Coconut Cookies (grain free, dairy free, cane-sugar free)

The Tasty Alternative: Double Chocolate Hazelnut Coconut Cookies (grain free, dairy free, cane-sugar free) | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

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Kathy Heidebrecht's curator insight, July 3, 2013 5:36 PM

1 cup whole raw hazelnuts* (soaked/dehydrated)

-1/3 cup whole raw almonds* (soaked/dehydrated)

-1/4 cup coconut flour

-1/4 cup raw organic cacao

-1/2 teaspoon baking soda

-1/8 teaspoon salt

-6 dried medjool dates (pitted and soaked in filtered water for about 3-4 hours)

-1/4 cup coconut oil, melted 

-1/2 teaspoon vanilla 

-3 or 4 tablespoons honey

 

 

Bake 375

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[freshly on board] Pavlina Eneva @ Women Management in Paris ('stage' division)

[freshly on board] Pavlina Eneva @ Women Management in Paris ('stage' division) | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

 

Photo: ©® Adolfo Valente for The Libertine  

 

 

 

Pavlina's portfolio: http://bit.ly/15suydn ;

 

 

 

Pavlina is also with Urban Management 

 

 


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[freshly on board] Pavlina Eneva @ Women Management in Paris ('stage' division)

[freshly on board] Pavlina Eneva @ Women Management in Paris ('stage' division) | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

 

Photo: ©® Adolfo Valente for The Libertine  

 

 

 

Pavlina's portfolio: http://bit.ly/15suydn ;

 

 

 

Pavlina is also with Urban Management 

 

 


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Tod's: Casual Elegance

Tod's: Casual Elegance | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

What does it mean to be chic? To portray elegance that incorporates comfort, timeless style and the art of pairing simple and essential pieces. This is also how I define Tod’s.
The brand is renowned for its famous ‘Gommino’ model, a moccasin with 133 rubber beads on its sole, which give the shoe a new lightness, created by Italian designer Diego Della Valle. This moccasin was inspired by a model that was initially designed for race car driving which the designer discovered during a trip to the United States.
Motivated to succeed, Diego decided to give Gianni Agnelli, CEO of Fiat, a pair of ‘Gommino’ as a gift. A few days later, he was seen wearing the shoes on an Italian television programme: a watershed in the history of Tod’s success. [...]


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Italian Food Culture in 20 rules

Italian Food Culture in 20 rules | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

There is much more to Italian food culture than many people outside Italy realize. Mastering the art of Italian cooking is not just a matter of learning recipes but rather requires coming to understand a whole approach to the preparation and eating of food. This approach can be understood, among other ways, through a series of unwritten “rules” that guide most Italians’ culinary habits. (I use the term loosely, as there are exceptions to most of these ‘rules.’ And there is no Italian food police to arrest you if you break them.)


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, July 28, 2013 3:10 PM

It is a great article, I highlight the title of the rules click on the photo to read more:

  • Rule 1: Eat in season. 
  • Rule 2: Eat locally.
  • Rule 3: Look for a harmonious combination of ingredients and avoid clashing combinations. 
  • Rule 4: There is no such thing as a ‘main course’ in a proper Italian meal. Rather, a true Italian meal is a series of courses of varying number, depending on the occasion, but usually including a primo (first course of pasta, soup, polenta, rice, etc.) and a secondo (meat, fish, vegetable), often served with a contorno (vegetable side dish). Fresh fruit usually serves as dessert. Or more formal occasions, an antipasto comes before the primo, and a proper dessert may close the meal.
  • Rule 5: The courses of a meal should provide variety without clashing. A delicate egg pasta would not generally be followed, for example, by a spicy dish like fettine di manzo alla pizzaiola. 
  • Rule 6: Pasta, risotto, gnocchi and the like are not served as side dishes but as a separate course.
  • Rule 7: Salads are most often served as contorni (side dishes).
  • Rule 8: Pasta should be eaten ‘al dente’. 
  • Rule 9: It is important to pair the ‘right’ pasta shape with the ‘right’ sauce.
  • Rule 10: It is equally important not to over-sauce your pasta.
  • Rule 11: Don’t assume that grated cheese goes on every pasta dish. 
  • Rule 12: Pasta salads are made with pasta secca, 
  • Rule 13: Except in the fanciest of restaurants, vegetables are not there for garnish. They are meant to be eaten.
  • Rule 14: Salad dressing is made from oil and vinegar (or, less frequently, lemon). 
  • Rule 15: Cappuccino is drunk only in the morning, and never after a meal. 
  • Rule 16: Mineral water and/or wine are the beverages of choice to accompany your meals. 
  • Rule 17: Use a knife and fork! 
  • Rule 18: Do not cut your spaghetti.
  • Rule 19: Do not eat bread with pasta. 
  • Rule 20: If you leave food on your plate, your host may wonder if you didn’t like it.
Bob Powell's comment, July 29, 2013 1:46 PM
They will be telling us next not to put chicken and pineapple on a pizza !!!!
BluLife Luxury VIP Lounge's curator insight, October 29, 2013 5:01 AM

ITALIAN FOOD FOREVER!!!!

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Angelo Giannini Woman Collection Summer 2013

Angelo Giannini Woman Collection Summer 2013 | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, July 23, 2013 10:28 AM

Angelo Giannini and the line Donna Serena produces comfortable quality shoes, softly lined for support and softness.
Here in a classic revisited: tip toe platform pumps


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Happy Birthday Local Search Forum - We are ONE! Come See What's New

Happy Birthday Local Search Forum - We are ONE! Come See What's New | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

We Are One and My How We've Grown! Come see what's new.

 

We got a make-over and thanks to all of our loyal members!


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[freshly on board] After Miami, Courtney James joined Wilhelmina Models in NY

[freshly on board] After Miami, Courtney James joined Wilhelmina Models in NY | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it


Photo: ©® Daniel Luxford - All rights reserved 



Courtney's portfolio: http://bit.ly/18xNyuW



Courtney James is also with: 

Next Models in Miami, Chic Management (Woollahra, Australia), 

Scene Model Management (Perth, Australia), Talent Models (Munich) 

and Tess Management (London)



More about Courtney on Fashion Models News:

Here!

 

 



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Is sleep connected to weight loss?

Is sleep connected to weight loss? | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Though weight loss and inadequate sleep seem to be unrelated, there is an indirect linkage which connects these two factors very strongly! Let us see how!

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Dr Manisha R Deokar's curator insight, July 24, 2013 12:17 AM

Dieters who sleep more , Burn more fats 

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[newly on website] Ally Ertel @ Muse NYC ('development' division)

[newly on website] Ally Ertel @ Muse NYC ('development' division) | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it


Photo: courtesy of Muse Model Management 

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Ally's portfolio: http://bit.ly/1auJWuo ;




 

 


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wonderwall / masamichi katayama: intersect by LEXUS - designboom

wonderwall / masamichi katayama: intersect by LEXUS - designboom | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
located in the aoyama district in tokyo, the interior design space by masamichi katayama will allow people to experience LEXUS in a unique environment.

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The Art of Evolving | A family business moves from hand-crafted to machine-made

The Art of Evolving | A family business moves from hand-crafted to machine-made | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

In Canavaccio di Urbino, a suburb of the university town, a factory welcomes visitors with a sign that reads “Artista del Legno”—Artist of Wood. Inside, countless hand-crafted, three-dimensional wooden pictures hang on the walls of the hallway and offices. The intricate inlays depict scenes of towns like Urbino, farmers, musical instruments, and the Cross; the products of patience, time and quiet craftsmanship. But behind a closed door at the end of the lobby, come the harsh noises of enormous machines. Nowadays, the factory makes laser-cut plexiglass and wooden goods such as display shelves and boxes.


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, July 13, 2013 11:23 AM

Meantime, the laser machines keep working. Like other dying crafts, inlaid woodworking becomes a memory, preserved in examples scattered around Italy, and by a few remaining practitioners.

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The BEST camera is...... | Dave Kai Piper

The BEST camera is...... | Dave Kai Piper | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it


Most people who know me will know how much affinity I have for Fuji Film. Before I loved the X-Pro, I applauded the D800, was inseparable from the Nikon D3x, and was charmed with the Pentax 645. Previous camera champions were the 5D mark 2 or maybe the D700. I love and still use my Nikon D90. (Not so much these day though I have to admit) It is quite apparent that I might be a total geek when it comes to cameras. Not quite the pixel peeping type of geek that goes on forums to debate the sharpness of sensor V’s sensor though, for me it is something a little different that makes a camera …. good….   It is not the colour rendition, it is not how fast it auto focuses, or how high the ISO goes. In-fact, I more than likely could not tell you what the mega-pixel count of the X-pro is off the top of my head. It is just not a statistic that is important to me. I could however explain how the sensor of the X-pro is different to a Bayer Sensor, or how that differs over a Foveon Sigma Sensor. I could wax lyrical on why I still love CCD sensors like the one found in the Pentax 645. But to be honest, this is all not related to why I like a camera or not. I could not tell you the frame rate of all of the cameras I have mentioned and I could not tell you which is ‘best’. I could not tell you the file sizes or recite the detail spec of the camera like a Star Trek geek could give you chapter and verse of each episode. My love stems from how the camera feels, how it balances, how it empowers me, how it challenges me and ultimately how it helps me do what I want to do. I want a camera that does just what I want and nothing more. I don’t NEED Art Filters, or auto-face detection, anti-blink, perfect shot tech messing about with MY photograph. If I was to make a camera I would not even have the option to shoot to JPEG… It would be DNG and that would be the end of that. I would have 3 dials. Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO and a slot for a battery and a shutter button. What more do you really need ?? Everything else it to make you feel better and something to play with while your not concentrating on your photograph. Before people comment, I have a clear idea that this would not suit everyone. I hear that Nikon are making a system of finger print recognition for the cameras? And no doubt people will find a marketing reason to say why they applaud it. Not for me though....


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Corn Fritter Recipe with Bacon, Mushrooms and Chilli Tomato Syrup | Shannon Smuts -

Corn Fritter Recipe with Bacon, Mushrooms and Chilli Tomato Syrup | Shannon Smuts - | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it
Shannon Smuts prepared a Corn Fritter recipe with Bacon, Mushrooms and a Chilli Tomato Syrup for her episode 3 boot camp mielie challenge on MasterChef SA.

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Happy Interior Blog: Ideas For A Happy Weekend

Happy Interior Blog: Ideas For A Happy Weekend | BEAUTY ART | Scoop.it

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Igor Josif's curator insight, June 22, 2013 8:06 PM

A few snapshots from my happy home - now on the blog. 

Sadnan Rashid's comment, June 23, 2013 7:52 AM
Haha it helped me
Valerina's comment, June 29, 2013 2:45 PM
Nice Nice :D