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Esta genio cubana de 22 años podría cambiar la manera de cómo entendemos el universo.
A Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski no la puedes encontrar en Facebook ni Linkedin y no tiene cuenta en Instagram ni un Smartphone, pero seguramente la verás en las noticias y libros de historia en un futuro no muy lejano. Es que esta chica cubano-estadounidense de 22 años, ya deslumbró las aulas del Instituto Tecnológico de Massachusetts (MIT) y ya carga con el peso de ser la “nueva Einstein“.
Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Paul Christensen photographs his daughter on a human gyroscope during a friends and family day
English: TOKYO BAY (Aug. 27, 2011) Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Paul Christensen, from Honolulu, photographs his daughter on a human gyroscope during a friends and family day cruise aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). The cruise allowed Sailors' families and friends to get a first-hand look at what life for their Sailor is like at sea. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class William Pittman/Released) La Bahía de Tokio (27 de agosto, 2011) Hospital de suboficial mayor del farmaceuta Paul Christensen, de Honolulu, fotografías Su hija era giroscopio humano durante un crucero de un día amigos y familiares a bordo del portaaviones USS George Washington (CVN 73). familias y amigos a los marineros de crucero permitido para conseguir una mirada de primera mano cómo es la vida para su marinero en el mar. (Foto de la marina de Estados Unidos por la Comunicación de Masas Especialista de segunda clase William Pittman / lanzado)
Oksana Karavanska: ‘If a Woman Has a High-Powered Position, She Should Not Dress Like a Man’
When the future world-renown Ukrainian designer Oksana Karavanska was in kindergarten, already her peers turned to her for pictures of princesses. And when she was in 10th grade she found herself in the studio of a teacher from Lviv Academy of Arts. There she suddenly realized that the art students’ work was very similar to her doodles. Soon afterward Oksana enrolled in the fashion design program at the artacademy. During her first year she met the fashion guru Slava Zaytsev. Her first major show after graduation took place in Tallinn, where she shook hands with the celebrity Paco Rabanne. Ultimately, Karavanska became a finalist at Alta-Moda, the chair of the jury which was Pierre Cardin. Her work has been shown in the USA, Canada, Italy, France… The list of the achievements of one of the most prominent Ukrainian designers can go on and on. But it is much better to talk to Oksana Karanavksa tete-a-tete and try to get a glimpse into her world.
- Oksana, you have persistently been called an “ethno-designer” and as far as I know, you have been fighting against this label…
- Yes, I’ve been fighting it all my creative life. I have three versions of the appearance of the label “ethno-designer.” First, because I speak only Ukrainian. The second, nearly 100 percent of my showings are accompanied by music by Ukrainian musicians and composers. And the third,all of my collections are inspired by Ukraine – its past or present. And much less the prefix “ethno”applies to the clothing from OksanaKaravanska, especially the elements of embroidery, etc. After all, if it comes to that, cross-stitch originated not in Ukraine but in France. Somehow, Dolce and Gabbana, who have cross-stitch in almost all of their collections are never called ethno-designers (smiles). Once in protest against the label “ethno-designer” I created a collection dedicated to Ukrainian avant-garde artists, including KazymyrMalevych. It was totally avant-garde, but it was re-dubbed “ethnic”…