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People, events, ideas and best practices that make a positive change in the world we all live in.

Interview with an astronaut

The first Greek astronaut, famous wealth strategist and author of the best-seller “The Thrillionaire”, Nik Halik, gave me an interview for Simerini newspaper and Sigmalive.com, ahead of his seminars in Cyprus today and tomorrow afternoon. So at the same time as the publication of the interview in Cyprus media, I thought I should share the original english interview with you too,…

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Elena Antoniades shopping event supports good cause

World-renowned Cypriot designer Elena Antoniades joins forces with The Cyprus Anticancer Society for a shopping event which will provide financial support to those battling with cancer. From the 30th March to the 1st April, 15% of all sales in the designer’s Nicosia boutique (Kyriacou Matsi 11), will be offered to The Cyprus Anticancer Society. The shopping event includes previous collections which will…

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Designer t-shirts to help the young homeless

Shopping becomes even more enjoyable whenever fashion meets charity and the next best thing of such an alliance will hit London in mid-February. A limited edition of designer t-shirts will be launched by Topshop to celebrate 10 years of sponsoring the British Fashion Council’s NEWGEN scheme. World-reknown designers Christopher Kane, Richard Nicoll, Erdem, Mary Katrantzou, Louise Gray and Michael van der Ham will be contributing to the…

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Yoga by the pool, under the full moon

Such a bright idea for a starry night. “Multi Culti…passion for life” organises a spiritual yet fun evening with Yoga and Gong Therapy tonight at 20.00, by the pool of Alma Club in Alimos, Greece (Athens region)  The event will combine Yoga exercise and sound catharsis under the sounds of the Gong, to open your chakras and free your senses under the…

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Pachacuti hats win “The Observer” Ethical Award

Having talked about ethics in fashion in another article on PaulaTrendsets earlier this week, the announcement of  The Observer Ethical Awards came as a pleasant reminder that the world of fashion does applaud and honour those ethics indeed.  Derbyshire-based hat brand Pachacuti (means “upside down world” in Quechua),  the first company in the world to be accredited by the World Fair Trade…

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