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A Holiday in Menorca

  Guest Post by Mary Robertson What a pleasure for my husband Jim and me to visit Menorca and drop in on the life Susan Unger has made for herself there.  I first met Susan on Menorca 20 years ago … Continue reading

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A Bedding Story

I finally have the time to sit down and write a proper post. We’ve been so busy lately working on different BiniChic projects, that it’s been hard to find the time to tell you all about them. We have some … Continue reading

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Gravity and Grace

On a recent trip to New York, my friend Alana introduced me to the amazing work of renown artist El Anatsui. Expressive and elegant, the mix of colors and textures of his opulent wall hangings capture the imagination of the … Continue reading

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Drawing from the Heart

I have wanted to do a post about my grandmother (iaia Marta) for a long time, as a sort of tribute to her life and work. I first thought of writing this post when I wrote the one about my … Continue reading

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Effervescent Times

When she gave me the book “Photographs: Malick Sidibé,” Alana told me she got it because Sidibé’s images reminded her of BiniChic. Sidibé composed his portraits as if arranging a painting, beautifully capturing the rapidly modernizing Malian youth culture of … Continue reading

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When Art Dances with Music

BiniChic recently went on an stimulating trip to the past, where we revisited the ground-breaking costumes, backgrounds and art made for Sergei Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes. It was a fortuitous coincidence that we had been recently working on a new edition … Continue reading

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Poetic Art

Marcel Villier is a poet from the Japanese school, who instead of writing haikus makes watercolors. An adopted Minorcan — he likes to say he discovered it the same way Columbus discovered the Americas: by chance — Marcel has been … Continue reading

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