A few months ago we published a post that we titled "From the corset to the miniskirt", and in which we talked about the fashion revolutions that changed society from the Crazy 20s, to the war years, through the New Dior's look, Pierre Cardin's vinyl suits, Courrèges Space Age or Mary Quant's mini skirt.
Yesterday music and Game of Thrones were already news when we learned that Rosalia would participate in an album of the series. Now we know something else: HBO has created exclusively for Spotify seven playlists based on the most important houses. And if that were not enough, the music platform offers us a piece of information: Spain is one of the countries with the most songs of the soundtrack and Playlists of Game of Thrones listens.
Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper have also stepped on this red carpet of the Bafta 219 Awards, although separately. Of course, we have not been able to look at their matching looks, since the Russian model has left us a very stylish look that, in fact, has meant entering through the big door in our list of best dressed at night.
The Beckham marriage is in Paris and through its crowded streets people have seen Victoria with their impeccable style. As happens to many human beings, it seems that the designer likes to go light clothes - still living a cold and icy winter. Your way to combat low temperatures without losing style with each stride?
Increasingly, we are becoming more and better aware of the dependence that the uncontrolled use of mobile phones creates. This is such a real problem that the Ministry of Health has already begun to take action on the matter and has included the Internet in its National Addiction Strategy. At the same time, apps that monitor the use we give to the smartphone and help give it a more controlled one have become popular among some users.
Three days after the 66th edition of the San Sebastián International Film Festival, the San Sebastian follow in the footsteps of Cannes signing the 'Charter for Parity and the Inclusion of Women in Cinema' which aims to work for a Spanish cinema with more female representation.