Archives : September 2015
According to those who have everything time remains the ultimate luxury. Time to stroll, time to wander and time to waste this precious time itself is an element so fought over in modern life. With this in mind, Hermès thus invites parisians on a chic stroll. Forget the traffic jams around La Concorde, turn your back on idle debates at l’assemblée Nationale and instead head down to the docks to uncover another time and space.Continue reading
In the heart of Bellavista, lies a spanish colonial style home with great heritage. Recently renamed The Aubrey, this mission-style mansion built in 1927 by the Duran family (an important chilian political dynasty) journeyed through the 20th century experiencing geopolitical and industrial scandals, power sagas and meetings at the top.
After having worked in the world of luxury wines and spirits, this young woman took the gamble and launched her own caviar brand, Ultreïa. In order for her to offer the finest vintages to her worldwide clientele, she travelled the four corners of the earth discovering the vineyards deemed good enough to make her selection. All this with one goal in mind : to become, within the next few years, the go-to brand thanks to the uncompromising quality of its selected products.Continue reading
This week, PLUME VOYAGE Magazine invites you to go to the market with an array of Relais & Châteaux michelin starred chefs, to discover the 5th district of Paris with the guide and personal shopper of Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon, to enjoy a meal in one of Puteaux’s ancient greenhouses at Eugène Eugène or to sip a 100% parisian gin cocktail at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, just a few ides for this week.Continue reading
To round off the month of september, we recommend that you visit the Festival des illustrateurs and the 10th anniversary of the Young Illustrators museum in Moulins, unless you prefer to discover the work of the Chinese artist Xu Zhen in Graz, Austria, that of Alejandro Lodorowsky at the CAPC of Bordeaux, or to see the monumental works by major contemporary artists at the Metz Pompidou Centre.Continue reading
And after having started the month of september with a bang at Mama Shelter in Los Angeles, in Courchevel for new chalets, aboard the Star Flyer in Cuba, discovering the newly renovated chateau de Berne and inaugurating the Villa Lalique in Alsace, its now off to Nice to test out La Villa Bougainville, to a luxury tented camp in India, to the Ritz in Madrid for an escapade and finally to Mauritius to (re)discover the Touessrock under the Shangri-La banner! Hows that for some travel inspiration?Continue reading
Warsaw is the tortured capital of Poland, which saw over 80% of its buildings destroyed in 1945. Since then it has been patiently and labourously rebuilt. The following Cold War years under the iron grip of its soviet neighbour did certainly not add to its glamour. However, today as the economic centre of a PolandContinue reading