Happy New Year

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On the fascinating blurry horizon – out there is located Twenty Seventeen.

All the best wishes to all of you wonderful bloggers here.
No one mentioned no one forgotten.

All so inspiring, keep on the excellent work.

Chinese (Cantonese)
Sun nien fai lok

Chinese (Mandarin)
Xin nian yu kuai

Danish
Godt Nytår

Dutch
Gelukkig nieuwjaar

Farsi
Aide shoma mobarak

French
Bonne année

Gaelic
Aith-bhliain Fe Nhaise Dhuit

German
Gutes Neues Jahr

Greek
Kali chronia

Hawaiian
Hauoli Makahiki Hou

Hebrew
Shanah tovah

Hmong
Nyob zoo xyoo tshiab

Indonesian
Selamat Tahun Baru

Italian
Buon Anno Nuovo

Japanese
Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu

Norwegian
Godt Nyttår

Pilipino (Tagalog)
Maligayang Bagong Taon

Polish
Szczesliwego Nowego roku

Portuguese
Feliz ano novo

Romanian
Un An Nou fericit

Bulgarian
Честита Нова Година

Russian
с Новым годом

Spanish
Feliz Año Nuevo

Sudanese
Wilujeng Tahun Baru

Swedish
Gott Nytt År

Turkish
Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun

Welsh
Blwyddyn Newydd Dda 

Greek
ευτυχισμένο το Νέο Έτος

Latvian
Laimīgu Jauno gadu

Croatian
Sretna nova godina

Hindi
नया साल मुबारक हो

Latin
Felix Novus Annus

Urdu
نیا سال مبارک ہو

Finnish
Hyvää Uutta Vuotta

Arabic
كل عام وانتم بخير

Tomorrow it’s the first blank page of a brand new book.

Let’s us make it a bestseller.!

Reklamer

Here we go again

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Pretty much if not everything old contains the germ of something new.
– also houses, trees and many other things including humans.

Often we think that we have to start over again and again, or at least we behave such
but it isn’t necessary to start each day with inventing the wheel, before we move on.

Weekly photo challenge “New

You raze the old to raise the new
*Justina Chen – american novelist*

Happy New Year to All

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Chinese (Cantonese)
Sun nien fai lok
Chinese (Mandarin)
Xin nian yu kuai
Danish
Godt Nytår
Dutch
Gelukkig nieuwjaar
Farsi
Aide shoma mobarak
French
Bonne année
Gaelic
Aith-bhliain Fe Nhaise Dhuit
German
Gutes Neues Jahr
Greek
Kali chronia
Hawaiian
Hauoli Makahiki Hou
Hebrew
Shanah tovah
Hmong
Nyob zoo xyoo tshiab
Indonesian
Selamat Tahun Baru

Italian
Buon Capo d’Anno
Japanese
Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu
Norwegian
Godt Nyttår
Pilipino (Tagalog)
Maligayang Bagong Taon
Polish
Szczesliwego Nowego roku
Portuguese
Feliz ano novo
Romanian
La Multi Ani
Russian
S Novym Godom
Spanish
Feliz Año Nuevo
Sudanese
Wilujeng Tahun Baru
Swedish
Gott Nytt År
Turkish
Yeni Yiliniz Kutlu Olsun
Welsh
Blwyddyn Newydd Dda 

Latvian (Thanks Esenga)
Laimīgu Jauno gadu
Croatian (Thanks Paula)
Sretna nova godina
Hindi (Thanks Hitesh)
Naya Saal Mubarak
Latin (Thanks Nancy)
Felix Novus Annus

Urdu
نیا سال مبارک ہو

Arabic (Thanks Leanova)
كل عام وانتم بخير

 

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Travel Theme New

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In the past, we knew most to people through their washing lines
but Christian Dior took us on a new travelling trip.

With inspiration from Ailsa’s excellent blog
take a look the challenge here “Where’s my backpack
this’s my version of the theme “New

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New look, we can all now and then needed to be refreshed
 to be dressed has always been in focus of attention
by the way so to being undressed, created attention too.

There were two things that prevented us humans
from going into overdrive in pure boredom after World War II
Up through the 1930s, it became more and more boring
late 1940s as was the pulse of fashion almost non-existent
had it been allowed to continue in 1950s, it had been blasphemy to talk about fashion
this so dim future was rescued by both the invention of nylon stockings
(NYLON actually means NewYork LONdon)
and partly by the hyper-creative Christian Dior and his “New Look”

“New Look”, was a collection of women’s fashion, the designer Christian Dior launched in the spring of 1947 shortly after the World War II a collection which marked a break with the gray and dull style that had prevailed during the war, and instead provide the future women a new feminine style with cascading skirts, tiny waist, hat and gloves
“New Look” had a great impact on fashion and coming designers.

The collection created especially attention because of the many meters of luxury fabrics,
which was used to create a single dress – it was highly controversial the postwar time.

Christian Dior’s vision was to allow women to be women again by putting the focus on feminine skirts, dresses and lingerie, after years after years where many women had been in “uniform” or unisex clothing – many women embraced the new wave enthusiastically, while others who had become accustomed to be equal with men (and as conservative as men), balked at this harks back to the woman as a fragile creature – also argued many more practical-minded housewives that this new fashion was too pricey because that would serve many meters of fabric into a single suit. (many women sewed still their own clothes.) – with this collection, Christian Dior put himself in front of the new fashion world  the collection has been raised several times, both of the house Dior, but also by others as style icon or inspiration – also the many women who sew their clothes themselves.

It created not only movement in women’s fashion
but also a much needed development in male fashion
Dior also inspired people in many society levels
who then created and designed their very own fashion (including price level reasons)
and perhaps even sewed the clothes themselves.

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