Karl Lagerfield, Chanel and Space

    source: nationalpost.com For the Fall- Winter 2017/18 Ready to Wear Chanel show watched by well over almost one million and two hundred views the theme was Space. Then Karl Lagerfield explains his reasons for designing Chanel’s Space inspired FW17 show.  Lagerfeld spent 6 months creating the final frontier and the show was highlighted… Continue reading Karl Lagerfield, Chanel and Space

Future of space travel in Nagoya

source: PDAerospace   I was on the train and the countryside seemed to stretch miles away. Where I am travelling to only a few hours away from Tokyo, but in every sense of the word, it is a different place – countryside, small corner shops, temples and shrines, but most importantly one notices the sense… Continue reading Future of space travel in Nagoya

BE Bold

source: BOLD Awards   BOLD Awards recognizes top companies, projects and individuals powering breakthroughs around the world. Crowdsourcing Week & H-FARM came together to organize the most innovative Awards program. Hosted in Venice, Italy @ H-FARM, this will be a unique awarding event which combines the power of the crowd and the hard work of… Continue reading BE Bold

Exploring Space, Exploring Astrax

  source: http://www.astrax-by-iss.com Most entrepreneurs that I meet in NewSpace are talented, enthusiastic and energic people  There are few that I would say really are at the peak of that mountain of entrepreneurs and here is where I would like to introduce Taichi Yamazaki, CEO and Founder of Astrax. For the people and by the… Continue reading Exploring Space, Exploring Astrax

Visiting X-Nihonbashi

source: ni-honbashi-tokyo.jp   It was around 3pm, strolling along the streets of Nihonbashi, one could sense history in the air.  Nihonbashi first emerged in the 17th century from the residential and commercial areas called ‘chonin-chi’ that gathered around Edo castle. The Nihonbashi Bridge is an iconic symbol of the region.  It was first built in… Continue reading Visiting X-Nihonbashi