Here are some pictures I took from this weekend in São Paulo. My boyfriend and I went to see a theatrical interpretation of the 1922 Nosferatu movie with a very German expressionist touch. The theater company, Subsolo, has presented a very minimalist version of the classic based on Bram Stoker's Dracula novel inside a chapel at the Araçá Cemetery. It was raining, so most people were afraid it wouldn't be possible to watch them, but as it was inside the chapel, it went fine. My boyfriend and I arrived a bit late to get the tickets (they recommend to be there one hour earlier), but we managed to join the audience, which is limited as the presentation is free and the chapel is small.
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Now that we're in the midst of summer, there may be a few items you still want to add to your wardrobe to show off for a few more weeks. If so, what should you include in the summer fashion wish list of items you plan on buying? These are some additions to consider for your closet space.
So here we are with another outfit post. Today I'm featuring two Sammydress items, the white t-shirt and the geometric bag. It's funny because it really resembles of an Issey Miyake's design I saw in a store when I traveled to Vienna in 2013. The strangest thing is that the bag came with a tag with the name of the designer, so I'm really not sure if it's a fake or if they're selling an original with a cheaper price, since it costs less than $30 on their website. I mean, I'm not able to afford a real purse by Issey Miyake, but I also don't like to support fake stuff. I would rather buy a random bag with a nice style instead of buying something that is clearly copying and using the name of an artist. But I really don't know what's behind this piece, to be honest.