Deutsche Huren, Hobbyhuren und Bordelle bei SexScout Germany
by Anna Yu
German fashion designer Esther Perbandt was born and raised in Berlin where she's currently a fixture in the minimalist and avant garde fashion scene. Launched in 2004, the label is known for their moody and androgynous style. Her latest collection for Spring 2010 titled "Instrumental" is a study in black and white with a few notable looks in pink. One of my favorite dresses is a mini dress with a sweetheart neckline with a sheer overlay on top which would create a beautiful fluid look with any movement. Most of her garments can be worn loosely in an easygoing way or a simple cinch at the waist with a belt can change the whole look. An additional accessories line complete with bags and jewelry (like this brass and faux hair necklace) completes the Esther Perbandt fashion empire. Take a look at my slideshow to see more!
by Ida Hsiang
In our fast-paced society of instant gratification and non-stop networking (we can't even keep in touch with friends guilt-free on Facebook without calling it "networking"), it is easy to become stressed and harried. Even weekends, the lone couple of days we had to rest and recuperate, are now filled with playing catch-up for the office or partaking in fun, but taxing activities that don't let our bodies just sit back, take a deep breath, and truly relax. The next time you get a some vacation time, treat yourself to somewhere that is fun, interesting and will also give you some time to really breathe a sigh of relief. Try Berlin, Germany and stay at the beautifully streamlined Lux Eleven hotel. Imagine Calvin Klein had designed the interiors and you have the modern minimalism of steel and hardwood in a clean and spacious area. Now imagine Hello Kitty completed a touch of the finishing details and you get the the hot pink lobby and roll out carpet, the pink and purple striped blankets atop starkly contrasting black and white, and the twinkling, spherical lights flanking the hallways- basically, de-cluttered glam in a minimalist setting. The rooms are amazing as well, with anything from value rooms to penthouses available, all of which come furnished with a seating area and kitchenette to make you feel even more relaxed and at home. Still a little stressed? The Lux Eleven provides a spa and healing center that uses different programs and treatments, as well as plant-derived Aveda products to put you at ease, mind, body and soul. Shopping more the name of your game? Their Ulf Haines store offers pieces straight from the collection from big name designers like Balmain and Ann Demeulemeester and if spa treatments and shopping leave you hungry, the hotel also houses a meticulously decorated restaurant and bar that serves the finest in food and beverage. Check out the slideshow for a closer look ar Berlin's simply gorgeous Lux Eleven hotel and start planning your perfectly peaceful getaway today!