In Seven Days Around The Web #84

This week on In A Pavilion: Ok ok, I've been a bit busy and completely forgot to post last week's installment. But expect twice as much content for this week's In Seven Days Around The Web to make up for it.


  • Hey Woman interviews Ludwig Cramer Klett, the founder of Berlin Mitte Restaurant Katz Orange.
  • The refugee crisis is something we are faced with everyday. Stil in Berlin gives a summary of the situation in Berlin.
  • Another great report: Vice catches up with some of the volunteers in Berlin, including my amazing friend Alicia.
  • (German) Auch unbedingt lesenswert: Krautreporter erzählt die Geschichte zweier Flüchtlinge, Ameen und Khaled.
  • There's something to be said about about a good link list, Ana Kinsella's 'A Week Clicks' is among my favourites and this one is no exception.
  • I've recently been struggling with some temperamental skin – That Grace Girl discusses six supplements for better skin.
  • (German) Klischee teilt gute Bücher für die große Herbst-Leserei mit uns. 
  • Instagram is a strong marketing tool these days – Me & Orla shares some mistakes she made throughout her time using the channel so as to let others learn from her mistakes.
  • Robbie Lawrence's photographs always have an impact on me, always stirring a feeling of 'Fernweh' and making me yearn for a trip into the Scottish mountains. This post on Toast's blog is no exception.
  • Ramen is probably one of the perfect meals to eat in autumn – Blue October's simple chicken ramen recipe looks like the perfect dish to try out this season.
  • Epilogue Blog interviews South African photographer Kent Andreasen.
  • Timeout shares the five foodie women in London you need to know about, including the one and only Mina Holland.


The illustrations by Hamburg-based Christina Gransow are so beautiful, they make me want to pick up my colouring pens and start drawing again.  |  Beautiful jewellery by Aisso in Basel, as seen on Inattendu.  |  Lana Del Rey's new album 'Honeymoon' is so good, listen to it now!  |  My friend Izzy just launched her online shop Issay Issay, selling beautiful embroidered hip hop and pop culture items, including these cute as hell J Dilla Donuts


I've been listening to this mix by Bristol-based Ceramics Label non-stop at work.

Cereal's Autumn playlist is finally up and will, no doubt, be played throughout the next weeks at my house.

That's it from my end, have a lovely Sunday!

Lilly Wolf