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Dominic Sherwood in “Style”Never once do we actually believe he’s a small town waiter -- not with that face, he’s not -- but it doesn’t matter. Taylor upped her game for “Blank Space” and takes full advantage of having her hottest music video boyfriend yet, dressing him in different tuxes and capes and sweater sets and little equestrian pants, each one better than the last.
Bonus points for adorably interacting with little children. This video seems like a relic of Taylor Swift past -- she's a nerd because she wears glasses, cheerleaders and girls in the bleachers have to be at war, and teenagers make grand romantic displays for each other -- but, as corny as the video might be, he’s so adorable in it that we just don’t care. Scott Eastwood in “Wildest Dreams”He can pull off a pair of khakis, that's for sure.
Erika is a 25 year old Swedish student in Media & Interaction Design at ECAL.
After spending most of her life in her hometown Stockholm, she decided to take on the challenge of learning a new language and, therefore, she moved to Switzerland in 2012 to learn French.
This science field is using the same principle, but for a microscopic study's purpose. A part of the soil is selected and extracted, then in a laboratory, a resin is poured on it to fix the soil block.
But in the pantheon of Taylor Swift music video boyfriends, he’s regretfully forgettable. Tyler Hilton in “Teardrops on My Guitar”He's supposed to be the best friend Taylor has a secret crush on, but he comes across more obtusely douchey than charming. Justin Gaston in “Love Story”He automatically moves up a few spots on our list because IRL Sandy is an ex-NFL player. Reeve Carney in “I Knew You Were Trouble”He’s Taylor’s version of a bad boy -- all tattoos and hipster hats.The project answers theses questions: how could we consider food in a new way with the process of todays technology? Would it be possible to extend some dishes to a new dimension? A poetically extending proposition for three desserts.Project by Erika Marthins in collaboration with Chef Fabien Pairon at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Romain Testuz at Rayform (Rayform light shaping technology), Dr.Thanks to a partnership with Folkert Van-Oort, (Artist and Pedologist) I was able to reuse his leftover of the resin blocs and recycle them.I choose to value those materials by creating two collections of unique jewelries inspired by Nasa’s Mars cliches of dunes and comets impacts, the shapes are guided by the images.