• The Louis Vuitton's Trunk

    Composed of giant trunks, the geniuses at Louis Vuitton have conceived a truly all-inclusive travel array for the most illustrious of personalities. From mythical trains to Transatlantic ocean liners, automobiles to the very first aircraft, Louis Vuitton trunks have traversed time and frontiers alike.

  • The Paris Ritz Hotel

    The illustrious Ritz hotel in Paris has reopened after four years of renovations. Time to go back on the history of this legendary location in the heart of the French capital.

  • Chanel Tweed

    Coco Chanel took on one of the most timeless and British of fabrics: tweed. And what she did with it goes beyond the essence of absolute elegance.

  • Jardin Majorelle, a Magical Place in Marrakech

    It's an enchanting and soothing universe that contrasts with the stirrings going on outside: a subtle murmur of a thousand and one birds that have made themselves at home, bulbuls or Middle Eastern nightingales. This is a work of art in movement, and it’s all taking place in the Jardin Majorelle.

  • Richard Orlinski, Born Wild

    Usually considered to be one of the highest-selling contemporary French artists in the world, Richard Orlinski infinitely uses his “Born Wild” concept. A neighing horse, a menacing King Kong, a purring feline: all of it fits into a resolutely contemporary and timeless style. This is the Richard Orlinski touch, in just a few words. Opting for democratic art that is accessible to all, this 51 year old artist offers graphic works influenced by pop art and popular imagery. To do this, Orlinski doesn’t hesitate to play with colors and fabrics. Resin in a multitude of colors remains one of his signature touches, although the artist also works with rock crystal, glass, aluminum, marble, stone, bronze, steel, or other precious metals such as gold. His palette is wide indeed, for nothing pleases him more than being where he’s least expected.

  • The Breitling Navitimer Gets Down to the Split-Second

    For Baselworld 2017, Breitling introduced a brand new version of their iconic timepiece; the Navitimer is now equipped with its own split-second chronograph. This exploit was put on display at Baselworld.

  • The Chaste Dress Key Valentino Piece for Fall/Winter 2018

    At Valentino, Pier Paolo Piccioli aims for the ideal of every dreamer: bringing opposites into dialogue. For Fall/Winter 2017-2018, the brand’s creative director brought the world a collection incarnated by this dress with ancient classicism and brought to the next level by Memphis iconography - an icon in the making.

ICON OF THE DAY - Aug 10th 2018
Balenciaga’s Emblematic Women

The brand on 10 Avenue George V has long been renowned for dressing the most emblematic women of our time - from Grace Kelly to the Countess Von Bismarck with the Duchess of Windsor in between, they’ve all found the elegance and look they were searching for at Balenciaga.

Posted in : Fashion & accessories
JEWELLRY - Jul 26th 2018
Love By Cartier

The LOVE by Cartier bracelet, created in New York in 1969 by Aldo Cipullo, is a universal symbol of love and commitment. 

Icon of the Day - Jul 26th 2018
Chanel Rouge

It’s no surprise that red is among the founder of the house on rue Cambon’s favorite colors. “Red is the color of life, of blood. I love red.” Gabrielle Chanel passionately confessed.

Posted in : Beauty, Cosmetics
Icon of the Day - Jul 26th 2018

The Eden Rock Hotel in St. Barths  is among the most exceptional places in the world - enrapturing landscapes, fascinating history, like Greta Garbo, the greatest stars of today and yesterday have selected this place as their domicile for a season or two. This is all it took to forge its idyllic character and outsized reputation of one of the hotels located between the two beaches of St. Jean bay.

Posted in : Hotels & Chefs
HISTORY OF AN ICON - Jul 24th 2018
Klein Blue

If imagination had a color, it would without a doubt be this one: Klein blue, the eponymous shade introduced by Yves. Upon contact with the fashion world, the color has started to take over completely, starting with the streets.

Posted in : Design & Art