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Nidodileda… once you spell it right, you won’t forget it!

According to Dante’s Comedy, Nidodileda (Nido di leda) symbolizes “Leda’s nest”. Leda was Zeus’s mistress and mother of his twin sons, Castor and Pollux (known together as Dioscuri). Castor and Pollux were awarded a constellation, Gemini, for their brotherly love, and that constellation lays in Nidodileda.

NIDODILEDA CLOTHING

Lily cutout top

ColorBronzeSizeOS

€42,00 84,00

WHISPER FEATHER EARRINGS

ColorBurn outSizeOS

€43,00 48,00

Hero Dress

ColorBlueSizeOS

€94,00 187,00

Bluemaddox top dress

ColorMultiSizeOS

€59,00 117,00

Zinnia Shorts

ColorDusty PinkSizeOS

€59,00 84,00

DAYDREAM SWIMSUIT

ColorYellowSizeOS

€94,00 134,00

Morrisey Slit Pants

ColorMultiSizeS/M, M/L

€70,00 140,00

WHISPER FEATHER EARRINGS

ColorGreenSizeOS

€43,00 48,00

Nightingail Silk Scarf

ColorMultiSizeOS

€13,00 15,00

Holyday Silk Scarf bright green

ColorLight GreenSizeOS

€13,00 15,00

Eden Floral Playsuit Black

ColorMultiSizeOS

€56,00 111,50

Eden Floral Playsuit Beige

ColorMultiSizeOS

€56,00 111,50

River Cut Out Printed Bikini

ColorBronzeSizeS/M, M/L

€50,00 100,00

Sugar Printed Swimsuit

ColorOff WhiteSizeOS

€50,00 97,50

Cocotail slit Cover-up light blue

ColorLight GreenSizeOS

€39,00 77,90

Cocotail slit Cover-up pink

ColorPinkSizeOS

€39,00 77,90

Cyrene Embroidered Dress

ColorSandSizeOS

€250,00

Tearose pleated dress

ColorNudeSizeOS

€140,00 187,00

Evensong Floral Dress

ColorDusty PinkSizeOS

€171,00 190,00

Pinklily pleated dress

ColorNudeSizeOS

€187,00

Telescope Embroidered Mini Dress

ColorBronzeSizeOS

€57,00 115,00

Forever Fringed Dress

ColorNude, NudeSizeS/M, M/L

€159,00 265,00

Melanie Mustard dress

ColorMustardSizeOS

€133,00 190,00

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09 Aug

What the water gave me

Time it took us
To where the water was
That’s what the water gave me
And time goes quicker
Between the two of us
Oh, my love, don’t forsake me
Take what the water gave me

03 Aug

Silence
A Silent-Screen Overview: Part 2.

Completing this journey across the period when the images were strong and meaningful enough to leave no space for the need of auditory input, the overview will start from 1916 and will continue up to 1929, although the last pieces that are mentioned regard 1936. Following the highlights of the years mentioned and gradually observing the replacement of the purity in emotion with the exaggeration in its portrayal, the swan song of the cinematographic naivety will be discreetly mentioned as well.