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Where the tame West meets the wild East: Belgrade, Serbia

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    Belgrade, Serbia, Marinas

I know what you’re thinking, “Where’s Serbia?” If you just thought of Russia, you’re wrong but it was a good try. Serbia, once a part of the Former Yugoslavia, is in central/southern Europe and basically, divides West from East. Now, if you know anything about history, you’ll know that they went through their fair share…

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Top 10 Horror Movies to watch this Halloween Night!

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    Scene from Suspiria (1977)

If you love fashion and art, then why wouldn’t you horror movies? You didn’t expect that, did you? But, horror movies can be the portray an array of emotions that can be shown through fashion. Sure, you have your screamer films, but I’m not talking about those movies. I’m talking about visual art. If you…

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Top five places to eat as a Parisian

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    Brasserie Barbes, Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris
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In Paris you can find anything and everything, specially if what you are looking for is food or fashion. In Flur we invite you to check out our top five places to eat as a Parisian. Daroco Daroco is the first on the list simply because it is brand new. The food is a mixture…

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Amsterdam: Nightclub haven or a breeding ground for dull hipsters?

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“Hey, you having a good night?”Amsterdam has undoubtedly gained the reputation of being an epicentre for partying, indie art movements and a non-stop raving scene. For the past few decades, Europeans have found solace in having an ace night out; whether it’s cutting shapes to electronic music, celebrating freedom of expression, finding temporary relief from…

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A day in the Paris by Samantha Jensen

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    La Strada Café, Paris
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    Montsouris Parc, Paris
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    Latin Quarter, Paris
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    Paris, France - aerial city view with Sorbonne University chapel

The alarm goes off and I open the curtains to look out over the beautiful residential apartments that fill the Montsouris neighborhood. The walk through the park to the Métro stop is a nice one, as Parc Montsouris is bustling with the morning crowd: people walking to work, runners, dog walkers, and families enjoying the…

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Café Society a film by Woody Allen

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    Café Society, Woody Allen

Woody Allen has always been left-field of Hollywood. Unlike fellow directors, he has used New York as a never-ending backdrop for the shifting minutiae of daily life that imbues the narrative of his films – all whilst taking advantage of acerbic, self-deprecating comedy. Yet with Café Society, Woody Allen has shifted his focus on Hollywood…

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Diamonds on the Silver Screen: Sixty Years of BFI London

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Amma Asante’s film, A United Kingdom

In 1956, television was still a novel luxury. In the UK at least, commercial television was only a year old and colour TV was over a decade away. Yet cinema was 70 years old at the time and it surely was a wonder of sound and Technicolor. That year however, the charitable foundation Royal Charter…

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Premieres and Palazzos: The Venice Film Festival 2016

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La la land/ Venice Film Festival

The golden lion roared across Saint Mark’s square as the Venice Film Festival rolled out the red carpet for the 73rd year. Once a rival to its French neighbour Cannes, Venice’s popularity has dimmed over the years, but its reputation as one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world remains incontestable. This year,…

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Elie Saab, Tuileries garden, Paris

PARISIAN STREET As Paris fashion week is upon us once again, we take a look at some of our favourite street style looks that graced the rues, avenues and boulevards of the French capital. This lady nails rock ’n’ roll chic with messy bedhead and her envious cool-girl aura. Eye-catching lip and eye patches scattered…

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Factory Worker: The Photographic Production Line of Billy Name

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    Andy Warhol on payphone-at Worlds Fair-1964© Billy Name /Reel Art Press
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    Billy and Jackie by Andy © Billy Name /Reel Art Press
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    Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol © Billy Name /Reel Art Press
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    Detail of Edie Sedgwick Screen Test-1965 © Billy Name /Reel Art Press

Andy Warhol, who infamously stated that, “In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes,” was undoubtedly one of the first people to amalgamate his creativity with pop culture. The concept of having 15 minutes of fame is seemingly part of modern culture; we are saturated with reality TV, YouTube, Instagram and Vine stars…

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PARIS VS BERLIN – which one would you choose?

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We all acknowledge Paris and Berlin as major fashion cities, well-known all over the world for their style, fashion designers and Fashion Weeks that bring an obscene amount of people visiting both cities to see what’s new in trends and style. In this article I will be talking purely about the street style side of the…

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Burnt out yet?

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If you find yourself discussing deep philosophical matters with a totally naked professor from London School of Economics -either you are tripping balls on acid in your living room, or- you might as well be at the Burning Man. This festival during the past 30 years gained a reputation for being, well….quite trippy. As almost every solid…

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A closer look of Burning Man

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A close friend of Flur Magazine, model Veronica Zoppolo, was part of this amazing video project at the 2016 festival ‘Burning Man’, shot by the talented photographer Alvin Nguyen.  We talked with Alvin Nguyen and he shared with us his perspective of what the project was all about and his ideas and experiences on Burning Man festival. Enjoy! -How long…

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Day Joy

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Day Joy is Michael Serrin and Peter Michael Perceval. Their music began from friendship and humble beginnings writing on the porch late at night in dreamy Orlando Florida. It moved into the living room where it has developed into the lush and layered recordings you hear now with the help of some modest recording equipment…

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