Nowadays information about food qualities, as well as numerous research papers is available in nearly every language. Each day scientists find new properties of the well-known products and bakers, in their turn, find healthy alternatives for many components. Kyiv culinary scene also has much to offer: from delicious sugar-free cakes and chia puddings to mooncakes and classic brownies made of 100% cocoa.
The typical going through the wardrobe in the search of something comfortable yet stylish to wear is all too well known for many of us. Luckily, this year’s fashion revolves around the past decades of the 20th century, digging up trends from the 80s and 90s to bring them on the catwalk. Destinations gathered the best trends to incorporate in a 2018 summer look.
Summer can be called a small life but no matter how small it is, often the season looks very promising. Often it’s the best time to simply recharge, restore the emotional balance and body’s vitamin stock to feel a champion all year round. A SPA-doctor and dietician of the country club Grand Admiral Resort & SPA Olha Kostiukovych gives tips to spend the season to the full potential.
Making your home a beautiful and cozy place is an important and pleasant task to do. Small details such as unusual lamps, funny photo frames, aroma candles, colorful pillows and elegant vases create special atmosphere of your apartment and make it unique. Where to get all these stylish décor elements at one go? Check out our list of nice shops and studios with home goods in Kyiv.
Lifestyle Camper is a Ukrainian brand of mobile homes for active leisure, comfortable touring and fishing or hunting trips. Created by Pavlo Volkov and Andriy Pilyavskyy, Lifestyle Camper brand is quickly gaining popularity not only in Ukraine but also in other countries.
Italian designer Paolo Coia creates unique things that perfectly unite aesthetic and practical functions. His works, including modernized electronic version of traditional Ukrainian instrument – bandura, look like they have just arrived from the future with help of a time machine. In our interview Paolo has told about his sources of inspirations, upcoming projects and experience of visiting and working in Ukraine.
On June 7, 2018 in Cherkassy the Institute of Plants’ Health was solemnly opened. It is the first private research institute in Ukraine, into creation of which Ukravit group of companies invested $ 7 million. And the initiator of such a large-scale return of Ukrainians into science is the owner of Ukravit - Vitaly Ilchenko.