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  • Summer Style 03. Forms | Moodboard

    Visiting Greece? This moodboard is a synthesis of statement key- pieces to pack with; sourcing inspiration from the dynamic forms and fluidity of Hellenistic masterpieces, like Nike of Samothrace. Airy forms in clothing, sculpted accessories made of unconventional materials and cut- out patterns with symbolism, are the contemporary voyager’s style statement. To explore the mysterious island of The Great Gods, …

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  • Summer Style 02. Identity | Moodboard

    Visiting Greece? This moodboard is a synthesis of statement key- pieces to pack with; sourcing inspiration from the Greek identity and cultural heritage. From urban strolls in the city of Thessaloniki to the nearest sandy beaches of Halkidiki and visits in museums and archaeological sites make sure to be equipped with these stylish, yet comfortable attire from …

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  • Summer Style 01. Patterns | Moodboard

    Visiting Greece? This moodboard is a synthesis of statement key- pieces to pack with; sourcing inspiration from the relaxed summertime on Greek islands. From sandy beaches and strolls on the cobbled paths of picturesque villages to beach bars and eclectic nightlife, make sure to be equipped with these stylish, yet comfortable attire from day to …

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  • Artpeckers : Twelve Olympians

    Capturing the trending idea of Greek inspired prints, Artpeckers create Twelve collection, a series of handmade accessories, inspired by the symbols of the Twelve Olympian Gods. Telling the story of Zeus, Hera, Apollo, Demeter, Aphrodite, Ares, Poseidon the symbols of each god depict a power, a habit or a characteristic. Artpeckers Twelve Collection Hera Scuba …

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  • Olympians of Karpathos | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Olympos of Karpathos. According to a local myth, the first inhabitants of the island loved their home so much that kidnapped the Olympian Gods from Mount Olympus and brought them to live with them to the highest mountain of Karpathos, named Olympus after them. Therefore they were called Arpathei (those [...] More  →
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