So we've got to this point, where you don't feel welcome in your own country anymore, where you have to rethink even visiting Greece for a few days.
I was in a flight to Greece, six days before the referendum decides on the fate of the country; a flight different from all the others, that used to mark until now the beginning of my and all of my co-travelers’ summer vacations.
Professor of Gender Studies at SOAS University of London, author of two books, co-founder of Act Together: Women’s Action on Iraq, Nadje Al-Ali, talks to young writer Yorva Tsiakara about the way Iraqi women have inspired not only her career path but also her life. (This article was originally published at Nina Iraq Magazine and featured at Iraq Business News)
Street food is not just about cinnamon buns, savory crepes and cheeky burgers anymore; the healthy food scene grows stronger and stronger among London’s most famous markets. I visited a bunch of them and along with the help of personal trainer and nutritionist, Melinda Theore, discovered the healthy alternatives of London’s huge street-food palette.
After reading Marina Khorosh's guide for Vogue and with summer already making it's first appearances, here in London, I thought it's just the right time for a follow-up, with the Greek version of the story. I haven't been always following the Greek fashion scene, but after being introduced to and impressed by it, I not only shop and support Greek, but would love to spread the word about it, too. So here's a guide of beautiful pieces, made by Greeks and currently worn by a Greek, living in London.