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.


READING

  • 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.

DISCOVERING

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


LISTENING

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