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what does a football loving country need to reach its goals. we'll tell you how german soccer made it back to the top. you know with special double talk come. football made in germany. everyone welcome to our highlights edition with the best of pics of the weekend here's a look at what's coming up. like a motif a good thing called a watch and her award to winning the creation. pops back out in swisscom village to relive a bygone era every winter. crossing great some of the best spots on the
greek island. his fashion style was bold brash and flamboyant to say the least i am talking about the late designer gianni versace and how he created his upon him as label in the one nine hundred seventy s. and soon became a sensation in the fashion world well not everyone watch what he produced but versace didn't seem to care and even said he didn't believe in good taste while the fashion designer was murdered outside of a villa in miami in one thousand nine hundred seven at the height of his career now some twenty years later the largest a retrospective of his work is on display right here in berlin. these creations on no account of a new connection then it's from the nineteen eighties and nineties all designed by johnny visit. this extraordinary fashion show in berlin was mounted to open
a new exhibition as a tribute to the one thousand tanya design of some of its not just film associates came to the corn princess and in berlin for the ending. his creations resigned memories. of geniuses for designing i think it was all the models for him to work with them all the sword for someone to work with and he always had the balls to bust the first of the best shows so it was really on earth to to work with the you i discovered gianni versace for germany and hotel by jani and florence and it's very important to me to be here today. boy to you she was devoted to the gentleman he was a real gentleman and a family man with a great great talent for what he did and italian for communicating that great love he had for fashion and for people with all of that. they retrospective
included so over three hundred designs covering johnny visits has an entire career and not just exhibition of its kind. in the world so far some of the highlights. dress inspired by painter and co stuff. there are pieces from his pop art collection and clothes designed for star like this tell captain sample for british singer sting's wedding. imagine that it's who shot it and we want the visitors and you feel like they're getting a good idea of the scope of his creative work not just the borrow go and gold and bling bling but the more classical things he did as well he also dressed lady di every room in the exhibition is devoted to a particular event such as famous miami print shirts for example. the gold and black cream presents pieces from the seminal bondage collection international collectors have also learned their price massages. one is alexander stefani of
brazil a collector and fan of the fashion designer since nine hundred eighty nine. it was not only after to look at it but through was something that is about more about pleasure and elegance here wally his rally about that sometimes to watch with the bad taste but in such a good way. for that the beautiful. this is the first time oleksandr stephanie has shown his pieces from the sanchez men's collection in berlin in the one nine hundred ninety s. for designing liberated men's fashion from old constrains using among other things pretty colors and striking patterns he was one of the sort of thoughtful have the same attention for the months and the woman's i mean he also uses the same inspiration for both. by the time gianni versace was murdered in one thousand nine hundred seventy he was
a legend as eccentric and flamboyant as his own creation. he gained international fame in the one thousand nine hundred. his clients include. princess diana. and singer elton john. has such a passionate in the era of supermodels like now he and. naomi campbell and kate moss. the exhibition trains his chains rise from factory to study design and. you see all just the development it was much more intellectual than it became more sexy than it was appeal for celebrities and when your soul all all this really is the first such a for everybody. swedish top model very well one of on xander stephanie's outfits in the one nine hundred ninety s. he was not just favorite male model. the model i'm a collector i still enjoy donning the designers outfits for special occasions. but
for the street next on time stephanie doesn't limit himself to vintage after around . the times has cherish the bling bling we don't dress the way we used to drive but there is always the i would be ideal freedom on that yeah i mean used to be using his every day. to retrospective in berlin presents a designer who broke fashion history now gianni versace is fashion is at least twenty years old anything but old fashioned. we turn our attention now from a famous fashion designer to a famous lighting designer luzzi called dove brings together centuries old bohemian glass art with modern lighting technology in her creations of her earned her a number of accolades including designer of the year in the czech republic well we wanted to see more of her work so we visited in her studio in prague.
lucio called over plays with the light and the energy that radiates glass is her favorite material. the designer works with it to make objects that are both translucent and colorful like here with her lamp. told of also combines different materials here and onyx stone divides the fragile glass hemispheres of this limp called. life is a phenomenal it's something that you cannot fully understand i mean it's it's very emotional it's a strong source of energy. so this is the main thing what fascinates me and together with glass and the transparencies the translucency is the color of the gloss and this. after completing her studies at the academy of art architecture and design in the czech capital prague told of
a move to paris that was back in two thousand and nine. in the meantime she's returned to prague where she has her studio. for her creativity involves teamwork designing a lamp is a complex task takes time she says sometimes more than a year. the source is essential for lights and when i start designing i always keep in mind what kind of source i need and i build up the concepts based on the source you have. filament volves so so many different kinds of source sources that you can play with. this year luci of cold over was a special guest of the i am cologne furniture trade fair. she was invited to design does house and you will installation there present selected designers ideas about living space. it comes as no surprise that in color of his interior lights plays
the main role some of her lighting fixtures were created especially for the i am. i wanted to show people what light can do in the interior in terms of atmospheres i think that if you are at home. the ideal case you should recover you should feel safe you should be able to recharge your batteries and lights shoots should. provide you this this conference. call of as lamps are manufactured one hundred fifty kilometers southeast of prague and young stein in the broker's company's glass factory. when it was founded in the early nineteenth century it made every day glass objects. in one nine hundred ninety seven young rebel but the factory modernized it and developed a new product line. he's been working with lucy it called of us since two thousand
and ten. richard we're also making glasses very all. is very traditional knowledge and classic bought to the mains the main seeing eye seeing the glass blowers one tool more to simplify the seeing swarm through to logon to. mule and apply the cern technique all combine different techniques. to yes to make the product. called of his creations often challenge the glass blowers the shapes and sizes are unusual and require great skill. the pieces are entirely handmade mufon the first lamp that the designer created for brokenness was her international breakthrough.
now she's the company's art director. i follow my instincts. basically i try to express what i have inside and this is this like creates are so feeling that you think that you have something to say and i'm trying to express by objects and by lights. and then if the under the other people if they understand what i have to say and they cherish the work and the objects then it's like an added value. in your search for something new to cold of often pushes the limits of what's possible and in doing so she creates timeless and poetic shapes of life. with all the religious conflicts in the middle east and the rhetoric surrounding the global war on terror it is quite easy to forget that christianity judaism and
islam are inevitably intertwined at least that is what one finish for tara for would like you to see all our call in maine and has brought out a book combining photographs of churches mosques and synagogues in a kind of photographic religious utopia regardless of your beliefs it's hard to argue the beauty of these pictures. the pantheon in rome. the i.s.o. fia in istanbul. and the star temple synagogue in india. often you can't tell whether it's a mosque a church or a synagogue till the second or third look. centuries old houses of worship are all a color mine and subjects before he presses the button the chemistry has to be just right. when i go in i need to have the kind of enlightenment of the space or in light mint of the light so there's something
a driven forth that i'm looking for. some places it's very easy to find somebody says it's a little bit more difficult sometimes it's easier to find but very hard to capture . this time call a mine in his turn in his lens on berlin's cathedral he looks for just the right subject the optimal position and especially the perfect light. the challenge for him is to capture the particular mood and spatial dimensions on film. divide the image in federal parts. deconstruct the space and then reconstruct it but it's not perfect and that the certain point. when the viewer is looking the work. so you send three dimensionality. in creates his artwork after the shoot. in his berlin studio here ranges his photos like the tiles of a mosaic into larger panoramas. all of this is possible to get through
but i like to do it on a lot of my work is not photography architecture i mean struck to get. the native of finland discovered his fascination for houses of worship in two thousand and thirteen in istanbul he spent months photographing must after that he spent more than three years visiting over fifty sacred sites all around europe the result was a book of photos and an exhibition titled sacred spaces in the house. the walls and spaces themselves became part of the installation. there were twenty seven works in the exhibition and there are twenty five colors. so it becomes. a coal mine is a photographer of what's known as the helsinki school studying in the finnish capital in the one nine hundred ninety s. he began to specialize in images of spaces and facades. he made his name which have
strict photos of architecture. he compiled his sacred spaces from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen years during which tensions between the world religions were growing in europe and elsewhere. did his photo project have a political message for. not doing political odd product think oh look at the team and how it's handled bring something. but what i'm thinking about it. all and colin mine and images reveal that when seen from a distance christian jewish and muslim houses of worship are visually at least not all that different. time now for a bit of time travel back to the turn of the twentieth century now every year the swiss town of can dash relives the ballot for an entire week the whole village gets
involved and dresses for the occasion the women even don heavy old fashioned wooden skis and attempt a salon in long dresses or we went there to see for ourselves how and why this small town embarks on such a journey to another era. it looks as if time has stood still. as if condor steak is stuck in the pre-war belly. once a year for a whole week at the end of january the entire village turns back the clocks. one county you really get a feel for what it was like in the bella puck i love that me and. look at the women walking right now that's what's so great and it's the passion of the bella park for the better pokey stink it's called i think it's simply wonderful the whole atmosphere and the way people are parading around the sides of the pot as these were it's fabulous to feel like an elegant lady almost the whole village gets into
the spirit of the ballet park even the local supermarket gets a different name. the contents of the bar magic are based on recipes from the time and of course there's absinthe and aniseed flavored spirit that was all the rage at the turn of the century. the baker to has turned back the clock he's waffles are made from only flour and water chocolate is lucky used to be two. chocolates in the belly of weren't so sweet they were made of seventy percent cocoa and were slightly grainy so not so smooth. thought. but what really gets you an uncanny feeling of time travel all the clothes the man in the top hat some titles and the women in their fancy hats and gowns back then the wealthier women would have changed their outfits several times a day they could choose from
a whole series of local trance makers but now people have to go further afield which. meant that i had my dress made by a tailor in poland the cost between five and six hundred euros apiece depending on outfit and fabric and i would be happy if we simply. and to these lovely dresses this far to me the little black coat comes from the states and the furs from scotland the company i always bring things back from my travels that i can combine with other items of course. one of the most beloved events of the bella park week is the scream of course it goes without saying that the outfits are just as they used to pay. has come here for the first time she found her outfits in the classified ad section. outside moscow but i tried it out once before on the slopes that it's going to be an adventure no doubt about it if you wipe that stands but we'll give it
a try to be as i thought. there was any chance of steering the ballot box so skiers go up the mountain on forty. it's hard to get the hang of skiing with century old equipment but this event isn't about speed and performance so much is fun. for celebrity games usually a good skier but she needs a lot of practice. a cot not an inch of carving it's about weight distribution and you need to concentrate more on think you. less adventurous partaken often in team rich ladies used to meet to drink tea and the sandwiches and cakes first of all to gossip about other rich waiters. even here there are some who find it hard to leave the digital era behind completely.
teaches people how to dance like they used to and in our nouveau ballroom this scottish dance was particularly popular at the end of the nineteenth century. figure dancing started going out of fashion joining the better the long summer. wanted to be a bit wilder so they love this gallup poll they found it fascinating for. baseline if you dancing double time is just one of the dancers at the century ball which marks the glorious and to the sea is barely talk week dancing the night away in congress stand. now a trip of another kind next up we are after the beautiful greek island of crete it's a tourist magnet in the summer time thanks to the pristine beaches but what about in winter creates a mild climate and sunny days allow tourists to embark on a number of activities now swimming in the seeing may only be for the brave hearted
but there are plenty of other things to do for the adventurous traveler. with its different styles of architecture is one of the most beautiful cities in the mediterranean one of its most famous landmarks is a lighthouse which dates from the the mission era the harbor and deal town behind are very lively in the evening when the locals and tourists throng to the restaurants and bars during the day the area is quite peaceful. but simply because the sun is a local tour guide. your thinking is that you can read the history of the city from its architecture and you can see who occupied it over the centuries and fed off the. beginning with the present teens then the phoenicians and then the ottomans for the among those. the byzantine wall was built during the early
middle ages remains from the previous while the rector during the hellenistic period are still visible. the church of ideals nikolaus says an illustration of the influence of different religions and culture as it has both a bell tower and the minaret. of the first the mosque to be built after the ottoman conquest in the seventeenth century is now an exhibition space. the venetians built in your ear shipyards to repair ships in winter they can be seen clearly from the water and early afternoon is a good time to go on a boat trip the boat has a glass floor which makes it easier to see what's in the water oh see the article in the records of that you'll get if you're very sick to. his rescue it's in the second world war by the german warfare. like a car going through
a super and sometimes like a revolver and spoke there. and now there's no right way to take includes natural beauty the mountains and valleys the word isn't high plains is to go tandem paragliding yes and react is running as a paragliding school. you could if you measure the gaps but unless the source of the creature is known for its be a choose and some that are also fantastic mountain see other you paragliding is the best way of getting to know creature from a bar and checking out the beaches for instance to go to later. the adventurous tourists agree with a. mother in the biblical you get a view of the whole of the west of crete. so if there was some you can practically see the whole island from top to bottom it's no mazing view that you couldn't get otherwise. those who prefer to stay on the ground can take
a gentle ride in the evening sun. i really like your end of each cause it's nothing new. you do it don't do it every day and it's just really nice. there are roads among the of the island it boasts some thirty million on live trees in total. including one that's toted as being the oldest in the world it's estimated to be five thousand years old creech is also famous for its all of oil a crucial ingredient of the local cuisine for a new novel. only one has always been the most important ingredients in traditional recipes feel is really still in is. one of the traditional recipes in western creech is still goat's meat that is slow roasted with onions herbs lemon and all of oil. spilled his
restaurant phobos in ruins from the venetian era in the old town just behind the porch over twenty years ago he's been cooking traditional cretin cuisine ever since . the restaurant is particularly popular in the evening when the atmosphere was quite magical. and then with that we wrap up another week don't forget to check out our social media pages for more on the program from my wonderful producer robin merrill and the rest of the crew here at euro mags as always thanks for joining us you're listening to and.
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