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ORILABO // November 2022 Music Playlist - ORILABO Project

ORILABO // November 2022 Music Playlist

It's getting colder and colder everyday so this month we have some nice chilled music while you stay cozy on your sofa while having a cuppa :) Enjoy!  

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ORILABO // October 2022 Music Playlist - ORILABO Project

ORILABO // October 2022 Music Playlist

90s-2000s fashion is in, but how much do you know about the music? Here are some nostalgic tunes from the golden era, ENJOY! :)

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The Art of Fall leisure wear: How to be comfortable but stylish at the same time - ORILABO Project

The Art of Fall leisure wear: How to be comfortable but stylish at the same time

Fall, one of the coziest seasons, has arrived. A time, when the nights are cooler, days are shorter, clothes are comfier, leaves are crispier, smell of the candle is more intense and leisure is more homelike. Autumn is a season not only of changing colors, but also of changing moods. Ciao, rooftop bars and picknicks, hello Netflix, fireplaces, pumpkin pies, and lots of tea. Autumn is a season full of different patterns, but let´s talk about autumn leisure wear. We, at Orilabo Project, compiled our own list with 5 key points, which will make your autumn comfy and stylish at...

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ORILABO // 24-hour Cologne Guide - ORILABO Project

ORILABO // 24-hour Cologne Guide

Cologne city…..hm…let's think about it. The first activities, which come up to your mind are: Cathedral (Dom), Kölsch, Schnitzel, carnival and so on. But why so typical? Let's dig a little bit deeper. Köllefornia with it´s beautiful sunsets, green parks, coffee culture, Ehrenfeld hipster spots and modern art. Cologne is much more than just the 4th largest city in Germany, which is located on the Rhein river, with the second tallest cathedral in Europe. We, Orilabo Project, as a lifestyle fashion brand, are just plain IN LOVE with art, coffee, streetstyle fashion, scented candles and aesthetic meals, and we couldn´t...

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