PLUME VOYAGE, the idea of a light and immobile journey.
PLUME VOYAGE opens up its world with a photo gallery and a webzine inspired by beautiful paper magazines. It offers reports on all the creative worlds and luxury of today: art, food, design, fashion, hotels, designers, cinema, music, and photography, with travel as a guiding principal. PLUME VOYAGE embarks on journeys without necessarily leaving the house. Whether the journey is reflective, artistic, geographical, musical or imaginary, PLUME VOYAGE travels light.
In this eighth edition, the magazine Plume Voyage takes you to the land of the ephemeral, the intangible, and the imagination.
A Break pauses in the poetic world of Olafur Eliasson, the Icelandic artist who has the ability to reproduce elements of nature and give us an idea, an impression of a sunset, rain, fog and other natural events.
Wander Around leads us into bright new territories, with stunning installations that display an exercise in style using light and the new ways in which it can be illuminated.
A Bridge on Two Shores takes us to the Marais in Paris, to the eclectic brand created by Franck Malègue who is proving to us that he has a vast imagination, designing tailored blazers in technical materials that demonstrate a successful fusion between traditional and modern methods.
In The World of Frederic Malle, we discover the very “red and black” universe of the perfumer who tells literary olfactory stories. My Suitcase recounts the tips and habits of the young and dynamic editor of Montres Magazine.
Travel News offers, as always, a variation of international news about world travel.
It’s Now announces the 16th Festival de l’Imaginaire in Paris, and the exhibition at the Jeu de Paume in Paris of the great Chinese artist and social critic Ai Weiwei, who is still banned from leaving his own country, as well as the shows of Lucian Freud in London, Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman who are unveiling their transversal worlds in Luxembourg, and the Hamburger Kunsthalle in Berlin revealing the heirs of minimal Art from the 1960s.
The magazine, as always, wishes to offer its take on the beauty of things, to reveal the harmony of a place, to discuss the balance of an object, to tell of an encounter, to share the emotion of a moment, and to preserve the transient.
Curiosity that leads us beyond borders, and the desire for a different kind of journey – imaginary, self-exploratory or artistic – continue to inspire PLUME VOYAGE.