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Satellite Voices Worldwide: Antonia Wille
December 27, 2011
A round robin interview with our local editors pitching questions to each other from around the globe
- Text by Satellite Voices
Meet Antonia Wille, our Munich-based freelance writer and underground theatre lover. We asked all our editors to put their questions into the proverbial hat...
Celine Puertas (Paris): What do you expect for 2012?
Antonia Wille: 2012 will be a great year. Hopefully I will finally graduate from university and just do the job I love: meeting interesting people, writing articles and getting more into the fashion scene. Besides this I want to travel and explore new cities. And I’m really looking forward to push SV.
Simone Sebastian (Dubai): What are your plans for NYE?
Antonia Wille: On NYE my friends and I will spend the evening at my apartment, eating and drinking. 15 minutes before midnight we’ll go outside at the Theresienwiese in Munich to count the minutes and celebrate NYE. After watching the fireworks we’ll go to a club. Just a very easy and relaxed NYE.
Simone Sebastian (Dubai): So... what will you wearing?
Antonia Wille: My outfit will be very casual and easy. I’ll be wearing black skinny jeans, a white t-shirt and my best buy this year: the Acne Pistol Boots.
Kristina Voytovich (Moscow): What songs are the most popular on your iPod?
Antonia Wille: The new Florence and the Machine album as well as the first one, Lykke Li "Tonight", Lana del Rey "Video Games", and all songs from The xx.
Fer Munizaga (Santiago): What are the best things to do in winter in Munich?
Antonia Wille: If it’s a really snowy winter I love wandering through the English Garden. Everyting seems so unreal. Everything is white, the trees are beautiful and the sun sparkles on the snow. Then it seems like a real winter wonderland. And if you don’t like wandering you should get the next train to go to the Zugspitze. There you can do snowboarding or skiing. Amazing!
Nico Castro (Snatiago): If you could go to any of the other seven cities in SV to spend your holidays, where would you go?
Antonia Wille: I would choose Tokyo. Because it’s definitely a completely different city to Munich and Europe. The people, the food, the buildings, the culture: everything would be so interesting to get to know. I think it’ll be a great experience.
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