Flirting with ideas. Slawa Duldig was looking forward to a pleasant Sunday walk in Vienna in 1926, in Kunst Historisches Museum’s gardens, a favourite haunt. This May morning with clouds was not so inviting — and so she had to prepare for the showers, she took a heavy umbrella with her. She wrote in her notebook— ‘Why on earth must I carry this utterly clumsy thing? They should invent a small foldable umbrella that could be easily put in a handbag’. A great idea — but ‘they’ hadn’t yet done it and so Slawa decided to remedy the situation.
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