Wanna play with Mr Can? A good match with a lot of players can be won and that’s why Greek Idol contestant Maria Theodotou teams up with Dimitris Fotiou and the band “For Sale” for this funds raising concert to support cancer patient Dimitra Pappa, who has to be transferred to Switzerland asap for a surgery to her right eye. The effort was initiated by actress Christina…View Post
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Don’t you just love it when fashion shopping meets social awareness? I do and I thought you might as well 🙂 So if you find yourself in Athens tomorrow, Sunday, you may pop by and enjoy your coffee at Rhinocerus Cafe, Asklipiou 22, in the very heart of the city near the University of Athens Headquarters (Academy). An interesting selection…View Post
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…View Post
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…View Post
One of the most interesting interviews in my career so far is the one with Dr John Demartini, one of the writers and teachers of the best-selling “The Secret” book and film. The interview was done via Skype and, much to my surprise, Dr Demartini was willing to answer even to my most skeptikal questions about the doctrine of “The…View Post