In this edition
Karolina Kurkova at the Paris Fashion Shows
Kurková is among the world's top-earning models The 27-year-old Czech is best known as a former Victoria’s Secret Angel and an aspiring actress. She has a reputation of being very professional, expressive, feminine – and very down-to earth. She actually found time to talk to us during her various fashion shows.
Sculptor Lorenzo Quinn
Lorenzo Quinn has undoubtedly inherited the creative talent from his father, the famous film star Anthony Quinn. But while art remained a passionate hobby for him, Lorenzo is happiest when he can work alone and uninterrupted in his studio. The sculptor seems to drift into his own fantasy world, leaving the pressures of daily life behind. We met up with him in his adopted home of Barcelona in Spain.
The Unicredit Art Collection at the Marta Herford Museum
We report on the Marta Herford Museum and its exhibition of 80 works from the Unicredit Art collection, one of the most comprehensive corporate collections in Europe. "Things are Queer" runs until May 22 and explores the life of objects and, in turn, the life of humans.
The Jaguar E-Type Turns 50
The E-Type was a sensation from the moment it was presented to the international public at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961. We accompany Norman Dewis in a Jag from Coventry to Geneva. The 2000 km long trip is a tribute to his legendary journey as the company’s test driver.
Children’s Book Author Janosch Turns 80
March 11 marks the birthday of the creator of the world-famous children’s book characters Little Bear, Little Tiger and the yellow and black striped Tiger Duck.
The trio's famous "Trip to Panama" won Janosch the German Youth Literature Award. We visited him on the Canary Island of Tenerife where he’s been living since 1980.