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Die coolsten Mesh-Shirts für ungeduldige Frühlingsfans

Bis zum Frühlingsanfang dauert es noch 34 Tage – 34 Tage, an denen wir wahrscheinlich noch viele regnerische Nachmittage ertragen müssen (juhu...)! Auch wenn uns der Blick aus dem Fenster noch nicht wirklich in euphorische Frühlingsstimmung versetzt, ist es doch zumindest Zeit, dass wir uns nicht mehr von dem grauen Wetter die gute Laue verderben lassen. Und wie geht das besser, als mit neuen Lieblingen für den Kleiderschrank?Meine Empfehlung: Mesh-Shirts! In den letzten Jahren hat der durchsich...
Tags: Topshop, Fashion, Music, Cameron, Copenhagen, Asos, Da Vinci, Schwarz, Ding, Jahren, Dann, Blau, Stoff, Schnitt, Laue, Linien


Die besten Nagellacktrends für 2020 sind da

Die besten Neujahrsvorsätze sind doch die, die so simpel sind, dass du dir sicher bist, du wirst sie einhalten können: Öfter mal spazieren gehen, mehr Wasser trinken oder einfach mal mehr Zeit für Selfcare einplanen – das klingt doch alles locker machbar, stimmt's? Vor allem Letzteres scheint dabei noch am chilligsten zu sein und bereitet uns ja irgendwie auch noch richtig Vorfreude. Um den Vorsatz auch wirklich in die Tat umzusetzen, buchst du dir vielleicht ein Facial im Kosmetikstudio oder du...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Essie, Schwarz, Koi, Marken, Kopf, Wasser, Hilfe, Oder, Blau, Glanz, Lacke, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, Leder, Nagellack


Germany: Beiersdorf verteidigt sein Blau - SKW Schwarz

Das Bundespatentgericht (BPatG) hat vor Kurzem die deutsche Farbmarke Blau des Nivea-Herstellers Beiersdorf gestärkt (Beschluss vom 18.10.2019 - 27 W (pat) 1/17).
Tags: News, Germany, Schwarz, Blau, Beiersdorf, Farbmarke Blau des Nivea Herstellers Beiersdorf


Former Conde Nast Editor Claims She Was “Only Allowed” to Feature White Models

Just two months after Vogue Brazil's fashion director resigned from her role with the company after being called out for cultural insensitivity, another Condé Nast International title is in hot water. According to WWD, a beauty editor at Glamour Hungary told photographer Brenda Nasr, the magazine "is only allowed to have editorials with Caucasian models." At the time, the photographer was pitching a fashion editorial shot with a single Black model.“In an industry like this, you typically can’t ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hungary, Conde Nast, Condé Nast International, Nasr, Blau, WWD, Vogue Brazil, CNI, Wolfgang Blau, Glamour Hungary, Brenda Nasr, Krisztina Maróy, WWD Maróy, Maróy


Your laptop’s very own utility belt!

Pardon the comparison, but Batman wouldn’t be half as effective if he carried all his equipment in a backpack, constantly opening it every time he needed a Batarang or that explosive gel/goo he so famously uses. It’s called a utility belt for the exact reason that it’s a belt that’s got an impressive feature list aside from just holding your pants up.Although laptops don’t have any pants, this scenario should feel extremely familiar. You’ve set your workspace up and begun work on your laptop, ...
Tags: Deals, Design, Batman, Stationery, Popular, Product Design, Random, Blau, Drop-innovation


Condé Nast International is launching a new title, Vogue Business, and it shows Condé's growing importance overseas

Condé Nast International is launching a new B2B publication, Vogue Business. It's the company's first centrally developed global title. It shows the continued growth of the international arm of the company while Condé Nast in the US contracts. Condé Nast may be shrinking in the US, but overseas, it’s growing. On January 28, Condé Nast International is launching a B2B publication called Vogue Business, its first centrally developed global title. The editor is Lauren Indvik, who was head of new...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, London, Greece, North Korea, US, Trends, Cms, Vogue, Kim Jong Un, Vogue International, Conde, Condé Nast International, Nast, Blau, Bob Sauerberg


10 Small But Crucial Things You Have To Pay Attention To While Learning German

The German language is getting more and more popular among enthusiastic language learners all over the world. People learn it for different reasons — work opportunities, hobby, family relations, etc. Whatever your reason is, we salute your decision to become richer by learning a new language. If you decided to learn German, you’ve probably heard it’s not the world’s easiest language. There are several aspects of it which might intimidate you — grammar, pronunciation, compound nouns, you name it....
Tags: Learning, Lifehacks, Der, Geld, Lampe, Blau, Apfel, Ein Glas Wasser, Sängerin, Nahrungsmittelunverträglichkeit, Eisberg


The Sorority Girl Who Saved Your Life Gets a Series Adaptation at ABC

The Sorority Girl Who Saved Your Life gets a series adaptation at ABC Deadline reports that ABC is in the process of developing a new drama series adaptation of Tracy Walder and Jessica Anya Blau’s upcoming autobiographical book The Sorority Girl Who Saved Your Life. Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo is set to executive produce the series through her Calamity Jane banner with Arrow‘s former showrunner Wendy Mericle to pen the adaptation. “Tracy’s real-life story is fascinating, and we are hon...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, Southeast Asia, TV News, Kenya, Cia, Delta Gamma, Usc, Grey, Jane, Ellen Pompeo, St Martin s Press, Middle East Africa Europe, Pompeo, Blau


The Best Sim Cards in Germany to save on your phone bill

You’re about to go on that great trip to Germany you’ve been planning for a long time. You’ve got your tickets, the hotels are booked, you’ve packed your bags, it’s time to go. But not so fast! Chances are, there are still a few details you’ve forgotten to consider — like choosing the right phone plan for your trip. Thanks to roaming charges, you can rack up the euros if you use your US plan while traveling in Germany. To avoid the shock of a major phone bill once you’re back home, we suggest bu...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Germany, Berlin, US, Eu, Spain, Aldi, Smartphone, Munich, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Dailycheapo, Sim Cards, Mitte


Suhr Guitar Talk :: adidas ultra boost

Author: SidCocker Subject: adidas ultra boost Posted: Mon May 07, 2018 6:34 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 All diese neuen Funktionen machen adidas ultra boost diese Version zu einem einzigartigen und besonderen Feature. Das Primeknit Obermaterial ist in Blau gehalten und sitzt auf einer White Boost Zwischensohle. Genau wie die erste Parley x adidas Kollabo, die gefallen ist, erwarte nicht, dass es ein einfacher Polizist ist. Es wurde noch kein Veröffentlichungsdatum bekanntgegeben, aber bleiben ...
Tags: Music, Johnson, Seite, Namen, Marz, Schuh, Zukunft, Monat, Wahl, Blau, Farbe, Kollabo, Laufenden, Schuh Sieh, Phylon Schaum Zwischensohle, Merkmal des Modells


Book Notes - Deborah Reed "The Days When Birds Come Back"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Deborah Reed's The Days When Birds Come Back is an immersive and beautifully written novel about love and loss. Booklist wrote of the book: "Reed shines with a light hand an...
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Oregon, David, Bill Murray, Janis Joplin, Nina Simone, Pacific Northwest, Jason Isbell, Reed, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Dando, Booklist, Jameson, Anders Osborne, Blau


Broadening Virtual Reality's Appeal Is Focus of New Headset

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems to be realizing a sobering reality about virtual reality: His company's Oculus headsets that send people into artificial worlds are too expensive and confining to appeal to the masses. Zuckerberg [pictured here] on Wednesday revealed how Facebook intends to address that problem, unveiling a stand-alone headset that won't require plugging in a smartphone or a cord tethering it to a personal computer like the Oculus Rift headset does. "I am more committed than ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Samsung, Gartner, Samsung Gear, Zuckerberg, San Jose California, Brian Blau, Blau


Karl Blau – “Slow Children”

Karl Blau, the Pacific Northwest DIY-indie veteran, helped the Richmond, Virginia hippie-soul auteur Matthew E. White record his landmark 2012 album Big Inner, and now White is repaying the favor. Today, Blau is announcing his new album Out Her Space, which follows last year's Introducing Karl Blau and which will be out later this … More »
Tags: Music, Matthew E White, Richmond Virginia, Blau, Karl Blau


The Rise Of AR Will Recreate Your Filter Bubbles In The Real World

By Cade Metz for WIRED. Last week, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled what he calls the world’s first augmented reality platform, a way of layering digital effects atop anything we see through our smartphone cameras. Eventually, he says, this platform will even let you “pin” digital objects to locations in the real world, allowing anyone else who comes along to see them too — assuming they’re also using Facebook. If this effort plays out like Zuckerberg says it will, the real and the digital will merge t...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Microsoft, California, New York Times, Gartner, Wired, Huffington Post, Zuckerberg, Google Microsoft, Brian Blau, Schroepfer


Nike Hypervenom 3

Nike has just announced an updated Hypervenom boot which is their third iteration of this boot silhouette. This new version of the Hypervenom has been updated in a myriad of ways all built towards one main idea. This is a boot built for goal scorers. Below are a few of the key updates that will be seen with the Hypervenom 3: Hypervenom underwent a radical makeover that includes a shift to Flyknit and the introduction of a new plate. The emphasis on scoring is most evident in the strike zone of ...
Tags: Boots, Nike, Sport, Soccer, Blau, Nike Hypervenom, Hypervenom, Flyknit, Nike Football


The Most Underrated Part Of 'You're The Worst' Is The Music

”You’re the Worst” is a dark, filthy, sex-addled comedy that’s been praised for its attentive handling of gravely serious issues like death, mental illness and reproductive rights. Welcome to television in 2016. Created by Stephen Falk, the show centers on a quartet of friends (and a few comically genius hanger-ons) who struggle with unceasing anxiety and a perpetual desire to flee from life’s problems. Gretchen the publicist, Jimmy the writer, Lindsay the housewife and Edgar the veteran caper ...
Tags: Google, News, Los Angeles, Mars, Sam, Huffington Post, Stephen, Stephen Falk, Katherine Brooks, Lindsay, Edgar, Jimmy, Gretchen, Sarah Marshall, Falk, Jason Segel


Tim Cook laid out the playbook for Apple's next big thing (AAPL)

Apple is the most valuable company in the world, and it makes a lot of profit, but its long-term future depends on it coming up with a new product, a new "one more thing." The Apple Watch, which has been selling poorly for Apple, isn't going to do it. Apple needs a new platform. And Apple CEO Tim Cook knows it. That's why he's been dropping hint after hint that Apple's next major technology initiative is augmented reality — basically, integrating software into the real world.  What is AR? "It ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Utah, Cook, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Israel, Trends, Tim Cook, Gartner, Steve Ballmer, Ubs, Vr, Silicon Valley, Google Cardboard, Magic Leap


Richard Walters - Where Were You?

Blau und Rot Die weitläufige Kategorie „Singer-Songwriter“ riecht immer etwas ungekämmt nach Lagerfeuer. Richard Walters zieht auf seinem neuen Album den Pop-Joker und zeigt, dass Folk auch anders kann. mehr (in post Richard Walters - A.M. from Tonspion. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Blau, Richard Walters


How Nike Is Creating A “Traction Revolution”

Over the past few seasons, Nike has been working in-depth to advance a somewhat unseen part of the boot; the soleplate. Traction is an aspect of boots the we as players somewhat take for granted, primarily because their have been minimal changes underfoot through the years. And when it comes to a new release, it is the last few lines where you will find hidden details about the functionality of the soleplate. But, across recent Nike releases there has been a new trend and a larger piece of the...
Tags: Nike, Sport, Soccer, Latest, AG, Magista, Jeremy Walker, Blau, Texon, Finite Element Analysis FEA, Boot Tech, Nike Anti Clog Traction, Nike Football


Songs We Love: Karl Blau, 'That's How I Got To Memphis'

The Washington singer-songwriter reworks a Tom T. Hall classic with warmth and respect. In the video, Blau picks up hitchhikers here and there, until he becomes one himself.
Tags: Washington, Memphis, Blau, Karl Blau


Twitter Relaxes 140-Character Rules in Bid to Boost Growth

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, speaking of the platform’s famed 140-character limit in March, rejected swirling rumors it might drop the limit by telling NBC’s Today show: “It’s staying…. It’s a good constraint for us. It allows for of-the-moment brevity.” Instead — as announced today — users will be able to get more from the 140 characters they do have as Twitter drops some of the picky requirements that can make tweeting onerous, especially for new users. Now, users will have access to all 140 char...
Tags: Mobile, Twitter, Technology, Nbc, Advertising, Digital, Social Media, Social Marketing, Customer Experience, Bbc, User Experience, Ux, Jack Dorsey, Dorsey, Brian Blau, Retweet


BLAU’s innovative Link Hybrid Towers will bring green urban living to Graz, Austria

December 2015, BLAU took part in the Europan 13 competition “The Adaptable City 2”. They got shortlisted for their proposal of the new station area in Graz, Austria, called Link Hybrid Towers. BLAU designed a mixed use space that combines residential, office and retail but also cultural and social facilities. The aim of this urban scale project is to link the East and the West sides of the city into a dense urban node that enhances high life quality and introduces natural elements in the neighb...
Tags: Architecture, Austria, Urban Design, Solar Power, Sustainable Design, Reader Submitted Content, Graz, Blau, Graz Austria, Urban Gardens, Link Hybrid Towers, BLAU adaptable city, Europan project, Solar Powered Cities, The Adaptable City


Las Vegas Review-Journal Pushes Job Choice Myth To Dismiss Gender Pay Gap

The Las Vegas Review-Journal's editorial board dismissed the gender pay gap as an "injustice that doesn't actually exist," asserting that pay inequality between women and men is due to women's job choices. In reality, studies repeatedly show that gender pay inequality plagues women regardless of job choice, "at all education levels, after work experience is taken into account," and "gets worse as women's careers progress." Review-Journal: Gender Pay Gap Is An "Injustice That Doesn't Actually Exi...
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