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(THE ART OF DRYING WHITE) ➡️ It’s Summer on Sicily. Temperature climbs north of 30°C and staying fresh becomes an art form. The professionale cycles at least nine pairs of underwear during a giorno. It’s no joke. Ever wonder what “do not tumble dry” suggests? Stay with us during the summer as our art director Tomas guides you through 9 inspiring ways of drying your white CDLP's. Allora, Va bene, cominciamo! ----------------------------------------------------
No1: ESSICCAZIONE APPESA (hang-drying). A piece of string, some clothes pegs, this is beginner stuff right? Right, but know this: Western Sicily is closer to Tunis than Rome. The African winds crossing the mediterranean adds that certain je-ne-sais-quoi that your old backyard breeze back home will not. And, did you know? Sun-drying white garments will add even more crisp whiteness.
CDLP will be showing during mens's fashion week in Paris this weekend, June 24th - June 27th, at CAPSULE, Maison de la Mutualité, 24 Rue Saint-Victor, 75005 @capsuleshow
For appointments, please contact Andreas Palm email@example.com +46-70 461 12 11
This week's #CDLPvoyagewednesday goes to Lhasa, the once-isolated Himalayan Shangri-La, inviting travelers to a mystical but fast-modernizing world - partly noticed in the distinct sneaker-trends among the monks.
Despite the region's political sensitivities in the face of some 65 years of Chinese occupation, the rewards here are rich - ancient and well-used Tibetan Buddhist temples and shrines, colossal cloud-cradled peaks, and a remarkably resilient, devout people. Take the highest train in the world from Beijing, giving your body a chance to adjust to the altitude and stay at the St. Regis Lhasa resort, combining au courant comforts and Tibetan motifs inspired by the nearby Sera Monastery, with 20-foot lobby ceilings, huge exposed beams, locally woven carpets, and paintings of Tibetan nomads.
Set inside a barn on a working farm in upstate New York, chef Dan Barber´s Blue Hill at Stone Barns - the #CDLPVoyageWednesday of the week, is an unforgettable food experience an hour's drive North of Manhattan.
Dan Barber is among America’s most influential chefs, and this restaurant is his showcase. Its simple, delicious, farm-fresh food is transformed into ground-breaking dishes, and has propelled the restaurant to no.11 in The World’s 50 Best ranking. A meal at Stone Barns doesn’t begin with a menu - it starts with a conversation. Diners are presented with a small journal that details the ingredients that are available that month of the year from the greenhouse, field, pasture, forest, farm and cellar. A table captain then asks about food preferences, gauges your mood, and then the kitchen creates a meal of 20 to 40 courses just for you. A meal might last up to 5 hours, and will often involve a trip around the pristine farm, by some referred to as the Disney Land of farms, and a drip-feed of information about different products and ingredients over the course of your dinner.
Selfie of director Stanley Kubrick. On this day in 1962, Stanley Kubrick’s released his sixth film Lolita starring Peter Sellers.
Kubrick thought Sellers’ first takes were usually the best, so he shot his scenes with up to three cameras at the same time to ensure he captured the first takes performances from all angles - a new method in Hollywood at this time. #MenOfCDLP