So, we went to see the Maas from the other side. Please meet our guest, miss Laurien Nagels-Coune who is also the first intern at Researchista, you probably heard about her before 😉 This story is not so much about a Research topic, since Laurien is in her first year of PhD. This story is aContinue reading “fashionista #3: Maaspuntweg & Stenenwal.”
This photoshoot is part of Researchista_fashionista story. The location of our second photoshoot is one of the main streets in Maastricht: Maasboulevard. It is main because it runs through the junction between Stationstraat, a street that takes you from the train station directly to the city centre… and with thee mmm, street itself. Basically, it’s at the cross-roadContinue reading “fashionista# 2: Maasboulevard.”
This photoshoot is part of Researchista_fashionista story. # 1: Lage Barakken street. p.s. Before anything, this is not how Researchers dress for work. I do not want to make Research sexy, neither do I want to promote a distorted image of people doing Research. I just want to make sure to remind that Researchers are creative peopleContinue reading “fashionista #1. Lage Barakken.”
Be a little Researcher for few days! This week, I want to invite you to leave everything we know and learned about how our clothes are made aside.
You can listen to the post here: “So, ok, I buy a new piece of cloth (a t-shirt, trousers or a dress) from H&M or Zara for example, because it looks good and has a nice price, BUT I know that if the price is low, it probably comes from less developed countries. The label confirmsContinue reading “(27) Fashion&Research, part 3: wake up your motivation for change!”
:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIW_Ah0wg-w “Some day, when I’m awfully low and the world is cold. I will feel a glow, just thinking of you, and the way you look tonight….”, Frank Sinatra. Going that extra mile for that beautiful dress, that good quality shirt or those cool pair of jeans is not unfamiliar to probably most of us.Continue reading “(25) Fashion & Research, part 2: the Industry.”
Browsing through the Fashion Bible – “VOGUE” just like I would do with a book, I am looking for its introduction. It took me 12 pages of pictures with clothes and accessories to find the compass through a book: the introduction.