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What is your rhythm?

To get the rhythm into your soul. To live to the rhythm you want. To go through your natural rhythm. A cruising rhythm. To be in a good rhythm. The cardiac rhythm, the rhythm of a poem, the rhythm of life, the rhythm of time.
In our lives, it is everywhere. So how does it impact our everyday life? 

Le temps de l’amour – Time for loving

In the autumn of 1962, Françoise Hardy sang "C’est le temps de l’amour "(It’s the time for loving) to music by Jacques Dutronc, with whom she wasn’t yet romantically involved.
The song featured on the album Tous les garçons et les filles which shot this young French woman, who was quickly described as a new "idol" by the press, to fame. 

Fifteen minutes “without” a watch to hand

Why are we always referring to quarter of an hour? And not ten or twenty minutes? Because all the many expressions in our language around this fraction of time aren’t actually referring to a specific length of time. Instead they describe a short parenthesis in a continuum, a one-off change that breaks with habit, with the day-to-day, with customs and the usual ways. 

The urban quarter of an hour

Having all essential services and businesses within a fifteen minute journey from home: anyone would be forgiven for thinking that this is yet another measure linked to Covid-19. But urban planner and researcher Carlos Moreno advocated this redevelopment of urban areas well before the beginning of the pandemic and the need to limit movements.


You’ve hardly had a chance to digest the last of the Christmas turkey and enjoy the final champagne bubbles and already the vertiginous prospect of a new year looms before you in the January chill! 

Azzedine Alaïa, or taking time to design

We will mark three years since Azzedine Alaïa left us. But why are we talking about this stylist on the Klokers blog, when most of his portraits show him with a resolutely bare wrist? Because he is the perfect example of a contemporary designer who made a firm impression on his era and set his own rhythm.
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