• Chanel’s Collection Libre “Numéros Rouges”

    This makeup collection is made of contrasts that celebrate red, the iconic shade in the Chanel universe - from the legendary lipstick to a new emerald nail polish.

  • Gabrielle’s Exceptionalism Captured in Baccarat Crystal

    The new perfume Gabrielle by Chanel can now be discovered in an exceptional new edition, with a 900 ml Baccarat crystal flask.

  • 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.

History of an icon - Jul 18th 2018
Van Cleef & Arpels’ Alhambra, Good Fortune for All Eternity

First imagined in 1968, the Alhambra collection is created from a sign of luck, all by Van Cleef & Arpels’ grace and wonder. 

Posted in : Jewellery
History of an icon - Jul 14th 2018
The Van Cleef & Arpels Zip Necklace

A piece which brings together humour and elegance – in their unique twist on an everyday, functional object, Van Cleef & Arpels make the zip an object of desire! 

Posted in : Jewellery
History of an Icon - Jul 06th 2018
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.

Posted in : Hotels & Chefs
HISTORY OF AN ICON - Jul 06th 2018
The Eres Swimsuit: Perfection à la Française

Eres means the art of the body. It’s no surprise then that what was once a small boutique on the Place de la Madeleine in Paris has become the sworn enemy of useless frilly swimsuits from 1968 onwards.

NEWS - Jul 04th 2018
The White Canoe, Peter Doig’s Symbol

This student’s painting became the most valuable work in the series. White Canoe by Peter Doig, created in 1991, went for an immense sum at auction at Sotheby’s in 2007.

Posted in : Design & Art

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