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lee here's a look at what else we've got coming up. find out how horse radish can spice up the most vicious even to surf. and why one british designer sees kids art as more than just child's play. but we kick off the show in fashion spring is almost here and with it the new clothing trends of the season now the coronavirus pandemic has clearly push people into the comfort zone when it comes to what they wear no one wants to lounge around at home in tight fitting outfits so designers are picking up on this development and adding a little color glitz and glam to the mix. this kind of outfit turns heads even in the fashion capital paris for donkey is full in trend with her metallic look in kimono style and she should know she works as
a french fashion stylist for various fashion magazines and has already dressed big names like french actress catherine deneuve. said but. it's a bit oversized it shimmers it's just what you need right now you simply want to look good and the sleeves are wide cut i think this outfit perfectly represents a woman in spring summer 2021. fashion designers are also going for sparkles and silver the season whether from head to toe or more subtly perhaps just with a pair of shoes or a bag decked out in silver fashion journalists can see the desire to party and this trend basically disco clothes to go out of the house or sparkles or. you know things that are for the evening when nobody's going anywhere the evening but you know you could always get dressed
the whole take a selfie the trends color pink and all its nuances guarantees to lift the mood and is a certain i capture. german designer look who is fusing the striking color with the next trend also inspired by lock down. this is the answer that will be on the phone and this is the 1st look i started with in the 1st one that came to mind it's just pajamas. the sort of thing which what i lived in during the 1st weeks. and i was bitter and i wondered what i could make out of it and thought why not pink pajamas as i was going to die in coffins but i think it's great you can go shopping in there too you can leave the shirt open or button it up depending on who you run into at the supermarket cold. the comfortable oversized look is also one of his favorites fashion editors view this trend as a reaction to the long hours spent at home. being
relaxed it. has to be done in a sculpted way. ideally it should be made to recycle regenerate from brick. but in the current season a bit of extra volume is trying to get the upper arms to puffy sleeves are really fashionable right now. i think the shoulders are much bigger so we're not really in the eighty's but there is a slight. very important. they could be. wrong. but. and here's another eye catcher crop tops are back in
a number of different styles bare midriffs are in trend again. but there's good news for those who want to cover up to. people like. in the. ninety's. when. there was a statement will twist. fashion followers take note. casual outfits without a lot of that made from premium fabrics and with a special note or sporty touch will be in hot demand this summer. next up we are off to barcelona to visit a site that many football fans have on their bucket list the camp new stadium is home to the famous football club f.c.
barcelona and it's the biggest of its kind in europe now when in full operation it seats around $100000.00 people but because of covert restrictions the stadium is only offering virtual tours for now but euro max reporter hendrick belling visited the site before the lockdown and he showed us why it's in a league all of its own. to some this is just another stadium. but for others it's a sacred site one with soccer emotion and petritsch has melted together. with my football skills i'm practically made for this stage. the largest stadium in europe have seen barcelona the scene of countless triumphs. and 2nd home 2 superstars.
come no or new field opened in 1957 and it's become a landmark barcelona. the mediterranean city is the capital of the autonomous community catalonia in northeastern spain. is famous for its culture and lifestyle and for its soccer club f.c. barcelona it was club members and fans who helped finance the construction of the stadium. it's the passage of $99354.00 spectators makes it europe's biggest stadium it's an impressive space especially during a classical matches between f.c. barcelona and their arch rival they all noted that. beneath the stadium i meet a man who rarely misses an f.c. barcelona home game and next to crowd has been a fan for as long as he can remember. from the stadium it's like bring
healing. when you when you were really young you came here with your family. and it's a strange feeling for me i'm now always my 2nd call. the parson museum and the stadiums building chronicle it's the triumphs of the clubs 120 year history. 5 champions league victories numerous titles and its record as spain's number one cup winner but f.c. barcelona wants to be more than a club miscue uncloak as museum director george dependence put it to me. all those years i think that finally they understand that there's something else that receiving a salary at the end of the month. playing and moving here having fun because finally you are playing for the war. unlike many
other soccer clubs f.c. barcelona is not owned by big investors but by its members many catalan see it and indeed the stadium itself as an integral part of their identity it's due for innovation soon it's about an hour without coming to the same scene war. when we decide to renew the stadium some people watching. outside buffalo are. away. our stadium is our d.n.a. you know it's part of our special. i get a chance to fulfill one of my biggest wishes to peek behind the scenes of a soccer stadium the biggest surprise for me is the catholic chapel right next to the player channel here pius chorus can pray for divine intervention. and this is the locker room for the visiting team. when i was a little boy i always ask myself what it must feel like to run into the pitchers of
players in such a shoot stadium and i've got the chance to find out. let's go. this is what players see just before they set foot on the pitch. and it's just what my own dream looked like when i was a little boy. unfortunately it will remain a dream for me. it was awesome i was really impressed by the stadium and even when it was empty to be able to be there usually only the stars are allowed was a really great feeling and the magic this location creates was tangible even when it was empty.
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welcome to the 1st tick tocks shared apartment in italy please take soccer's have lived together since october 2020 this stylish milan apartment is their stage and their mission is to produce content for social media 21 year old simona bellini is the oldest resident. says more than just a home for a tick tock it's a place that helps us develop personal. we all want to do something with our lives and make our dreams come true mine is to become an actor. but i mean everyone here has different dreams and ideas we all want to achieve something. most of them are already tick-tock stars with over a 1000000 followers every day they polish their on camera performance. martial arts acting classes are on the program together they produce short video clips
benefiting from each other's popularity to reach a wider audience. 'd the 500 square meter apartment boasts trendy colors and modern design every element is a real eye catcher put in just the right place. because being successful on social media means making an impression death is the brainchild of artists john. to follow in creating death house it was important to me that the target audience would be able to identify with the design concept. to take talkers influencers and artists and other shared houses live in luxury. but that creates a kind of aloofness or distance and that's something we want to avoid here that are created in 2019 the hype out in los angeles was the 1st tick tock shared home and
its recipe for. success was then recreated in 2020 in europe in france the u.k. . now as of october 2020 italy once a successful influencer himself it's just simply decides who gets to move into death how. i got to see it. but i don't think that we were prepared to work on themselves and we offer them classes to help them develop personal values. and then pass on those values to their audiences. not as teachers but here i want to commend they what they've learned to other young people. who perhaps don't have these opportunities. that i got so joining in my. look at casa de is the founder of web stars channel an italian digital company specialized in strategic marketing for influenza years. after all companies are
increasingly targeting generation c. and its growing influence in purchasing power. this house represents a new form of media. the influencers act as journalists employing the language codes and grammar needed to appeal to their generation. shared homes or the new publishing houses and to fund them we need to go to the world of brands in other words advertising. the influencers receive a cut of the ad revenue and produce up to $100.00 pieces of content today. are supposed to talk about crucial topics produced valuable content and teach important lesson so we have a lot of responsibility it makes sense because we have a large audience and we're better able to share important topics ideas and value.
this way we can help our followers going to. the deaf house influencers may not be paying rent but what might look like a neverending party is actually a pretty tough job. to. treat yourself and head on over to instagram to. join us on your own that says to some of europe's feeling is the location and sample not the mutterings specialty. lean that is we showed me a cutting edge on running architecture and fashion here on instagram. friday and in the slow lane. time now to spice things up a bit chili pepper and ginger are all ingredients that give certain dishes a special kick but what about horseradish now it doesn't always get the credit that
grated. the flavor with. dishes that use horseradish are commonplace in southern germany and many of the condiment is combined with cream it's a classical accompaniment to boiled beef. or fish. actually it's very versatile you can also use it in desserts which is hard to imagine at 1st as it's so sharp that. it comes down to the amount used in what i'm underscoring the taste of horseradish with it really does have many taste nuances anything fatty like butter cream or milk takes a bit of the sharpness away. don't just make the horseradish creamy or you also
reduce the sharpness heating horseradish like cooking sauteeing were steaming it also causes it to lose a good portion of its. horseradish like many kinds of cabbage and mustard is a cruciferous vegetables once even the smallest farm in franconia and northern. a field of horseradish but it's very labor intensive however. it still grows at them growing horseradish is a lot of work around a 1000 working hours it's one of the most labor intensive plants in farming. and a couple times a year and when it's harvested it has to be dug up and sorted by hand can do that because every root is different that wouldn't work. the tractor just loosens up the ground the rest is done by hand and the harvest accounts for close to half of the total time it's very labor intensive outside europe horseradish is only grown in
a few countries such as the u.s. and china the plant itself is native to south eastern europe for a long time horseradish was along with mustard the only affordable spicy condiments available. primarily in southern germany for almost 500. here's the term but there again horseradish is a designation of origin that's protected by the e.u. the family run schama company is now in its 6th generation here in bavaria it turns horseradish roots into a specialty sold in jars it is the world's oldest horseradish brand horseradish is really healthy used as a traditional medicine in a condiment since antiquity see if it contains many valuable nutrients minerals an antibiotic substances. most strikingly horseradish contains twice as much by them and see as a lemon still most people eat horseradish because of its taste was the 1st and only i like it best cold with bread whether with cheese or cold cuts it goes with most
everything. and we prefer blue without cream so it spicy. horseradish is also becoming increasingly popular in fine cuisine and not only in bavaria. seeing the world through the eyes of a child can be refreshing funny and even artistic now would you recognize this portrait me according to a 6 year old well one british father took his children sketches and turned them into an internet sensation and now kids from all over the world tom curtis their childlike drawings which he transforms into 3 d. images well we caught up with him in britain to see how he makes their dreams come true. i can't with human teeth. and a cow with claws. these are what children's drawings would look like if they came
to life. british designer tom curtis came up with the idea of a children's imaginative. the 1st drawing we actually brought to life. and i kind of knew it was going to be pretty grotesque and of course the process is actually quite long so i could see it developing into this hideous picture so the. and then the real. looks like that. tom curtis began his project things in 2015 when his children were younger their drawings of animals cars and people inspired him. with the help of digital technology he transformed them into surprising pictures. i
think. special about the project is that. kids to be creative and i think the. computer age for example but what this does it gets them draw. on a piece of paper the ideas for his children's drawings often came from excursions his family took around their home village of chatting to northwest of london. encourage their children to express themselves creatively. picture editing helps motivate them. you know. as a family project went global within a couple of years. it was just friends who sent their children. he would create is
. then he started posting his before and after pictures on instagram today tom curtis receives around $100.00 drawings a month from children all over the world who would like. their creations. the. kid is just using. it takes 15 hours to transform a drawing. and works as the creative director of a media agency he edits the pictures in his free time. is now. so for example of this all here from the original photograph i'm going to bring it to the picture here put it into place zoom in so you can see the detail and make
sure it fits nicely and then we can even move it around a little bit so a photo of a rabbit becomes a fantastical creature from a child's imagination. the designers sons are now reaching the age where they're too old to tribute drawings themselves but thanks to the artworks we were seized from around the world tom curtis will continue to bring children's fantasies to life. and with that we come to the end of another show now don't forget to follow us on facebook and until we meet again for me and the rest of the crew here in berlin stay safe and we'll see you again soon.
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