Rumor has it…

Although I do not personally dab too much in technology these days (smartphones are getting harder and harder to understand), I have recently heard rumors floating around the Dali that a certain website will be undergoing certain updates that may or may not relate to those who spend all their time with their nose in their cell phones. Now, I cannot say for sure, for Gala has been sworn to secrecy, but I have an inkling that this new website will be of utmost importance in relation to browsing on-the-go. Out of all of the gibberish I have heard, online shopping was what stood out most clearly to me… and something about it being simple and the fact that I can access it anywhere didn’t bother me one bit.

Apparently there will also be some sort of entertainment on the website as well, for the children perhaps? I do see nowadays plenty of parents soothing their kids with tablets… or maybe it will be a special application for adults instead, having seen how well adults can also be distracted with the release of the “Dali Goodpak Hipstamatic” application last year. Of course, none of this is set in stone, and most importantly you definitely didn’t hear it from me. Now if only I could figure out how to check my WordPress blog through this new phone…

Diamonds…

One thing men can never really seem to understand about women is how diamonds truly are a girl’s best friend. As a gal of great taste, I have always enjoyed the finer things in life, such as ruby brooches, pearl necklaces, and chandelier earrings. The more stones the better, I always said. Dali could never understand this for some reason. He was always going on regarding that the “true perspective” of such art was in “the design and craftsmanship” versus the “material worth” of the gems. Although I can agree with that for the most part, I would then say to him that I would of course love anything he hand-crafted, but just make sure it has a lot of diamonds! All jokes aside, Dali really had a knack for designing some truly unique and ornate pieces.  Every stone had a specific meaning and effect, every detail was meant to entrance and entertain the wearer as well as the observer. It is similar in this way to Dali’s art on the canvas. At first costume-like, the artistic pieces also won praise for their surreal designs. Although many of the originals Dali created are stored in various different museums and collections around the world and the rest are in my personal jewelry box, wearing them is still possible! Online or in-store at the Dali Museum, one can purchase as many replicas of these beauties almost anytime. That way, you can be one step closer to reaching Gala’s level of finesse.