Look out for the fierce trap
Perhaps it’s the late nights at the lab, or just the fact that the ubiquitous glassware is so well suited for double duty brewing up a cup of joe, but chemistry and coffee have always seemed to go hand in hand. The Café Balāo is a coffee machine that even Mendeleev (or Gale Boetticher) could have loved: a siphon-like coffeemaker that borrows its design cues not from Nespresso, but from the equipment of a science-age chemistry lab.
“It possessed that sense of luxurious fluttering around a body that might be physically beautiful but not morally so”. Fellini’s co-screenwriter, Brunello Rondi
When the ‘sack dress’ was introduced In 1957 it created huge controversy because it was so radically different from the very constricting hour-glass shape that had influenced every aspect of fashion at that time. Suddenly here was an completely new type of freedom and fashion that women and men would embrace. Fellini brilliantly understood the huge significance of this new freedom and incorporated it into his films.