In this edition: a tailoring revolution, the dream of flying, an idyllic island and our digital lifestyle.
Women conquering Savile Row
The bespoke tailors on Savile Row have traditionally been men. This is gradually changing. Kathryn Sargent is the first women to open a store on the famous street.
A woman has opened up shop on London's Savile Row.
tags: Savile Row, Kathry Sargent, tailor, bespoke tailoring, London
The dream of flying
Aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal accomplished his first repeatable gliding flights 125 years ago. 125 years ago Geman aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal accomplished his first gliding flights. Close to Lilienthal’s birth place, a couple is now following in his footsteps by building ultralight planes.
Wallpaper is back!
Brightly colored wallpaper with wild patterns. Sounds like 1970s, but it is now back in style. Wallpaper on just one wall, for decoration, is back en vogue.
Brightly colored wallpaper on just one wall is back in style.
Digital lifestyle: 75 years of the computer
Computers are so omnipresent that it sometimes seem they've become part of our anatomy. Konrad Zuse invented the first programmable one 75 years ago. How has it and how have we changed since then?
A visit to Jersey in the English Channel
Jersey, off the coast of France, is with 118 square km the biggest of the Channel Islands. Jersey answers directly to the British Crown, not the British Parliament. The official term is called 'Peculiar of the Crown'.