a movie called:
in Romanian - Satra
in Russian - Табор уходит в небо
in English - Queen of the Gypsies (or Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven)
it is a 1975 Soviet film… but the main people here are from Moldova - the director - Emil Loteanu; the lead roles - Svetlana Toma and Grigore Grigoriu, the composer - Eugeniu Doga…
well, most of them were working mainly in Moscow…cause such where the times.
anyway, if you happen to find this movie, watch it, truly beautiful… lots of love, wisdom, gypsy traditions, great music there… and gypsy fashion :)
after many years and various realities… to me true gypsies are the ones from the movie.
because of this movie, I fell in love with long large floral skirts… and when I had the possibility (around 7-8 years ago) I sew one (well, I paid and somebody else did the sewing)… this one
met today with a friend here in Zurich…for lunch and coffee, but we ended up taking advantage of the last days of sales…
too lazy to put them on and take pictures of me wearing them…thus, on the hanger
yesterday night I was scrolling through (in my Google Reader… by the way, thanks to the one that invented it) www.fashionising.com and came across this photoshoot: Nightcall by Edina Csoboth and David Nyiri
which I really like…and reminded me of some photos and self-portraits that I randomly took one evening (while walking home), 2 years ago (here is one photo, will post more in a bit) :) would love to be the “model” in a profession shooting of this type.
it is a style/fashion blog (and many probably already know about it, cause it is very famous)… but not of everything that is out there. it is the style, people, photos, sites that they (2 girls/women) like and there is a general common feeling of the blog and I relate a lot to their tastes :)
some popular images on facebook that i shared, too… and my friends also liked them :)
this translates as “anyone can be a father… but only a truly special man can be a Daddy!”
our concerns? :)) finding the right one (also good looking, please :)) ), again, twice, about looking good (in nowadays popular terms)… and ‘Internet please stay forever’ :)