History of Jeans, Paul McCartney and London on Episode 9 of Helwi Beirut

Hi all

Today’s main guest is a social activist Mirna Zakharia who has a degree in business, in pharmacology and psychology. She told us that she went to the United States while she was still in school and got married there at a small age and only came one time to Lebanon in 14 years. She showed us a picture with ex-USA president Georges W Bush during a ceremony of influential middle-eastern women in Washington. She talked about the presidential elections in the United States and how it is different from the way things go in Lebanon. She told us about her love story with her husband when they got married

Our next guest is artist- painter, Grace Traboulsi who studied Marketing in NDU. She started to paint on porcelain coffee cups and mugs as well as on ceramic or glass gadgets. She told us that it only takes her half an hour to one hour to complete her work. She revealed that most of her customers are guys who chose her special artistic pieces to give a customized present to their girlfriends.

In our fashion segment, stylist Karine Tawil told us about the history of jeans, how it evolved, how to wear it and what kind of jeans suits special body types. We also met with Doctor Fekri Hussni who studied philosophy and talked about artist Mario Saliba who died at the age of 53 because of heart attack while drinking coffee.

We also met with Ibrahim Nassour and Hassan Nassour who has a lion as a pet. The name of the lion is Sima and eats three times a day meals mainly consistent in meat.Our final guest is Zeina Moayad and she is a children illustrator.

Our reports include the wedding of ex-Beatles singer  Paul McCartney  as well as a segment about London.

Love,

Helwi Beirut

About helwielhayet

Helwi el-Hayet discusses your favorite topics every week day at 4:30 p.m. Beirut time. From fashion to psychology to books to art to nutrition to cooking and coaching (and much, much more), Helwi el-Hayet is here to shed light on the latest trends and to share with you reports, interviews and recipes from Lebanon and the region!
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