Kerstin Görling is a fashion blogger and buyer based in Frankfurt, and she tells us what's in store this summer on the sartorial front -- including flat shoes, clashing patterns and shorts.
Captivated by the romantic landscape, Thomas Mann built himself a summer house on the Curonian Spit. The Nobel literature laureate spent carefree days there - although they were all too short.
Even the Italians envy the Berliners for their ice cream paradise. Chancellor Merkel seems to be the only person left who won't be caught on the street with a cone. But that may change, says DW's Gero Schliess.
During the summer of 1967, thousands of flower children streamed across America towards California searching for love, freedom, drugs and music. Their dream? A life free from conventions.
The vintage-style propaganda posters in Washington, DC take aim at white supremacism, racism – and Donald Trump. A daring act of resistance, or an insulting slur on the US President?
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