The main illness of our time is that we refuse to walk the path of Learning from our Destiny. This illness of our civilization is covered up by theories which promise successful recovery if correctly and generally applied. Or behaviour patterns are offered which if trained promise a practical solution. The path of Destiny Learning itself, however, is not taken into consideration. This would require the development of new faculties and capacities, an inner transformation in the central core of the person, to enable him/her to meet the demands of life in a creative way. Only when something new emerge that has a future. Beautiful, often abstract theories or learned and trained behaviour patterns will only bring our culture further into disaster – because the living processes of evolution and inner growth are after all still the reality in which we live. NAMASTE!
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We can’t blame you for being addicted to Loro Piana. The luxury, Italian manufacturer of fine weaves—cashmere and wool—has had us fixed on the good stuff (very good stuff) for the decades. For six generations, the company has been supplying the finest cashmere and wool fabrics to the most sophisticated and demanding clients. In doing so, Loro Piana has become the largest cashmere manufacturer and the biggest single purchaser of the world’s finest wools.
The magnetic force between fashion and art is a powerful one. There’s no shortage of crossovers, collaborations and limited edition designs at fashion brands ranging from luxury power houses to indie labels. And while it’s easier to count the designers who haven’t tapped into the art world than those who have, this season we’re drawn back to one brand that has been feeding its artistic leanings for more than a decade.
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