Los Zapatos del Gusano – Lullaby
This white sneaker, with laces, is perfect for you, as you will be able to combine it with most of your outfits and it will be the perfect complement for all your looks. They will look perfect with, for example, any jeans, a plaid shirt and your favorite accessories and will bring style to your steps. You don’t have to choose between…
This season pastel colors are a trend, with this mauve-blue lace-up sneaker you will be able to show off your footwear with comfort and style. All the fashion and comfort on your feet. It is made of breathable nylon and leather back, with EVA midsole and rubber sole.
MEPHISTO MOLLY PERF | Women’s Sneaker Beige Nubuck Leather. With fine perforations, this sneaker offers optimal comfort. The removable inner insole incorporating SOFT-AIR technology and the outsole equipped with SHOCK-ABSORBER technology reduce impact for walking lightly and without tiring. AIR-RELAX technology respects the anatomy of the foot to prevent plantar arch collapse. In addition to the laces, it has a side zipper that facilitates the introduction of the foot, the puller is pleasantly decorated with a piece of leather and an ornament. The leather lining provides a healthy environment inside the shoe.
Spanish Fairy Tales – Molly and the Giant
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Die Hard follows off-duty NYPD officer John McClane (Bruce Willis) as he takes on a group of highly organized criminals led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), who pull off a heist in a Los Angeles skyscraper under the guise of a terrorist attack using hostages, including McClane’s wife Holly Gennaro (Bonnie Bedelia), to keep the police at bay. In 2017 the Library of Congress selected Die Hard to be preserved in the National Film Registry for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant.”
Die Hard is based on the novel Nothing Lasts Forever (1979), the sequel to the 1966 novel The Detective also written by Roderick Thorp, which itself had been adapted into a 1968 film of the same name and starring Frank Sinatra. Fox was contractually obligated to offer Sinatra the lead role in Die Hard, but he turned it down so it was proposed to Arnold Schwarzenegger as a sequel to the 1985 film Commando, but he also turned down the script. The film was successively proposed and rejected by several action movie stars of the time such as Sylvester Stallone, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds, Robert De Niro or Don Johnson before it was proposed to an almost unknown Bruce Willis and he accepted. The studio didn’t have much faith in Willis’ ability as an action star, since at the time he was only known for his comedy roles in television and movies such as Moonlight, Blind Date and Murder in Beverly Hills (Sunset), and he charged a whopping $5 million for the role, a very high figure as the studio was desperate to close the starring role in order to release the film as a blockbuster during the summer.
Neither better nor worse + New shoe (live)
In the living room, the sofa is from George Smith, the chairs are from Amura by 1stDibs, the pouf is from Etsy, the cocktail table is from Stahl + Band and the rug is custom. The consoles are from Design Public, the side table is from Pfeifer Studio and the sconces are from WAC Lighting. The wall paneling is western red cedar, and the ceiling is painted wood. The artwork (from left) is by Molly Metz, Didier William and Mariel Capanna.
The kitchen island countertop is custom walnut; the island and cabinets are painted in Hague Blue by Farrow & Ball. The chairs are from CB2 and the ceiling lights are Schneid by Stillfried Wien. The sink is by Franke, the fixtures are by Watermark and the countertop is Dekton. The refrigerator is Sub-Zero and the ovens are Blue Star. The artwork is by Laeh Glenn.
In the master bedroom, the bed is custom, the nightstands are from Dowel Furniture, the sconces are from Lostine and the wallpaper is by Marthe Armitage. The art (from left) is by Hope Gangloff, Sophie Barber, Andrew Cranston, Jenna Gribbon, Shara Hughes, Jesse Mockrin, Cassidy Early, Grace Metzler and Hope Gangloff.