Sunday, April 26, 2015

Street Fashion in Rome

Hello everyone, how are you? I hope you are great. This Sunday is so beautiful! The best day in the week to relax and have some fun with friends and family! Or, you can relax at home and check out our new posts!

So as you know, Rose and I traveled to Italy for the Easter holidays and we have so much to share with you from there, especially from Rome. Today we decided to write a  street fashion post after a long time. We went to a country that has so much fashion history, so it was impossible for us not to notice how people were dressed in Rome!

So we thought to do a tribute to the people of Rome and their fashion sense. We took our cameras and went out for photo shoot. If you ask me, Italian people confirm the rumors that Italians know a lot about fashion and style. We took photos of female and male outfits and we made sure to include all styles in our collection. As you can see in the photos below, there are daily outfits, sportswear, and some more formal ones. Our collection also has colorful schemes, alternative styles, and some  very unique.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Ciao Roma!

Hello everyone, or should we say ... Ciao? How are you? How were your Easter Holidays? We don't know about yours, but we would like to tell a little about ours. So,  Theo and Rose from Bogibo team chose to spend their Easter holidays abroad place this year.

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Interactive Event

Wow, I'm actually writing a blog post! It's been so long since I wrote one myself. I've been super busy with my university projects, mid-terms and procrastinating  and also I had writer's block so the last 2-or-so months I wasn't able to post anything here. Luckily, I have finally found some time and thank God, because I had missed this!

So, last weekend, there was an interactive event in our city, part of Playful Interactive Design: The Social Experimenta series of similar events. My friend Maggie's Interior Design class was part of it which is how I heard about it. She asked me if I could attend to take some photos of them setting it up and also while it's going on and I was very happy to do so because it was something unique. We don't see events like this much in our town and I really liked it. The event was taking place at the Medieval Castle of Limassol and it was very interesting to see them turn a historical monument into an interactive piece of art! Below are some photos of them setting the whole thing up (using colorful tapes, a huge bubble and more!) and some of the final look.