In Doi, a theatre play by unclassifiable Matei Visniec, one of the greatest Romanian playwrights, was hosted in an unusual space, the mid century modern showroom of Retros. The whole play follows the thread of tenderness, not as an escape from reality, but understood as a form resistance. It was directed by Alex Nagy, with Aida Economu and Dani Ionescu casted in the roles of the crumbling couple and video art by Cinty Ionescu. The play was preceded by a networking moment, over prosecco.
Rosumovi Social Experiment, held at Entrance Store was an exhibition about social decay and the aftermath of an eventual burst of the social media bubble that presented the works of Andrei Lacatus, an artist who operates in the realm of 3d digital manipulation and who recently enjoyed great media coverage, appearing on Fubiz, Designboom and other influential media platforms. In order to enhance the impact of such questions regarding a post social media society, guests were asked to abandon their phones at the entrance. They received them back at their departure, together with some urban lyrics to ponder upon.
Rosumovi invites you to the opening of the second edition of Bucharest Fashion Film Festival. We Margiela tells "the untold and intimate story" of iconic avant-garde designer Martin Margiela, one of the most enigmatic figures of the fashion industry, who was even dubbed "fashion's invisible man", owing to his extreme elusiveness.
High Tea Society, hosted at the Spayer Palace, transported our guests to an era of imperial extravaganza, inspired by the tsarist nostalgia and Russian literature most famous characters. The guests were served a menu inspired by the Russian tea ceremony, with salmon and red caviar as center pieces, topped with glasses of champagne to get them into a mingling mood. They also enjoyed the performance of Romanian ballerina Ana Bodea, a member of the prestigious
On November 25th, we dared Rosumovi members to question their social ties and spice up to their conversation kit. The glamorous Rosumovi launch party was set in a lavishly decorated interior, the ground floor of Palais Ghica Victoria, adorned with Beauty-and-the-Beast-go-to-outer-space inspired flower arrangements that tickled the senses of our guests. The attendees, a mix of investors, doctors and media gliteratti with an appetite for arts and beauty in general, were in for a surprise: a mysterious ‘illusionist’, appeared out of nowhere, would intrigue them with bold questions meant to raise doubts regarding the balance between small talk and subjects that truly matter in social circles. He humorously started asking who owns pieces of monogrammed attire, only to finish with a deep, dreamy conversation with Siri. The performance was intended to present in a metaphorical and intriguing way some of our beliefs, which were printed in the form of a manifesto and handed to the guests at the entrance, together with flavourful cocktails.
Set up in the lush garden of a private villa built in the 30s, in Bucharest, the soft opening of Rosumovi brought together a select circle, tastemakers and investors, future members of Rosumovi club. The event served as a preview for the series of elegant events to come. Guests gathered around the candle lit round table enjoyed the gourmet canapé and engaged in conversations about travel, art, lifestyle.This was the perfect mise en scène for the launching of Rosumovi’s first limited collection of shawls, silky blueprints of a dream Japanese summer, embellished with custom prints of dragonflies and eucalyptus leaves.