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November 2015

The World of Christofle

The haute couture silverware
Almost bicentennial, Christofle engages itself since its creation in 1830, to express the best of luxury goldsmith. An exceptional worldwide-known expertise, symbol of luxury and the art of French living in what’s best…
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October 2015

Strolling at the Château de Courban

This is no longer the Champagne region and not quite Burgundy yet. But the area is beautiful, adorned with warm colors of an endless Indian summer. To enjoy long walks, visits to vineyards or just for a luxury break, the Château de Courban is the perfect halt…
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September 2015

Hermès, A stroll on the banks of the seine

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…
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August 2015

The INK Hotel in Amsterdam creates a new story

Can we transform a former newspaper press into a hotel? Why not! Establishing itself in the buildings that for a long time housed “Tijd” (The Dutch Times), the INK Hotel Amsterdam pays tribute to the world of this rag, founded at the start of the 20th century…
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July 2015

Cap Ferret: discrete and authentic charm…

(Still) unspoiled by mass tourism, the cap Ferret peninsula exudes a wonderful sense of charm. While it currently is experiencing a certain vogue, which allows bon ton restaurants and boutiques to flourish, it evades fashion hype…
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June 2015

Surprising Belfast!

The capital of Northern Ireland has quickly become the place to be – and it is just an hour and a half from Paris…
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May 2015

Marseille, a design capital of the world?

In the Phocaean city, not one month passes without a new designer spot popping up somewhere. The city accelerates timelines in order to continue its forced march towards modernity. And its all a great success because its achievements are often the most triumphant, from the Mucem, the Frac and the Docks etc…
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April 2015

Happy Days at Clair de la Plume

Dominated by a spectacular château belonging to the Marquise de Sévéigné, Grignan is one of the prettiest villages in La Drôme. Nestled at the foot of a hill of winding country roads, Le Clair de la Plume is much more than a charming hotel: it is a luxurious and secluded spot for lovers of beautiful things…
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March 2015

Eric Bonnem © Gilles Elkaim

The World of Eric Bonnem

Passionate about travel and adventure since he was a child, Eric Bonnem has jumped ahead/is ahead of the game. Steadily at any rate…until he founded Secret Planet in 2011, which unites three niche travel agencies. Their aim: to be at the cutting edge of extraordinary expeditions!…
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February 2015

Vivanta by Taj - Madikeri, Coorg. Courtesy Vivanta by Taj - Madikeri, Coorg

Did you say Karnataka?

Any traveller announcing their next destination of Karnataka to their entourage will discover that humanity is divided into three categories. It is safe to say that they will run straight into an awkward question, according to the majority of seasoned voyagers. “Karnata-what? Where is that?”…
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January 2015

Moismont scarfs: a made-in-Picardie luxury

Moismont scarfs: a made-in-Picardie luxury

Have you heard of the scarf brand that keeps Japanese fashionistas wrapped up warm in Tokyo? Mostly likely not, as it isn’t Chanel, Vuitton or Dior but Moismont, a little-known French label that is a hit in the Land of the Rising Sun, amongst other places…
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December 2014

A Tunisian Residence
The golden book of a young legend

A Tunisian Residence, The golden book

Only yesterday, the brand new Hotel Résidence brought bevy of stars to Tunisia. A jet chartered by Pierre Balmain arrived the day before, delivering the happy few to the sparkling palace….
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Novembre 2014

Un jour de food shopping à Londres

A day of food shopping in London

London: the shopping capital of Europe. But beyond the clothes and design, the city also offers sumptuous cheeses, original chocolates, innovative charcuteries and all sorts of exceptional culinary products. Follow our journey across London…
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October 2014

Shaking up Stockholm: K-Märkt, the ecological gourmet cantine

Shaking up Stockholm: K-Märkt, the ecological gourmet cantine

Freshly baked bread never smelt so good. Chickens roast slowly. An army of chefs bustle behind the long marble counter. Lounge music pervades the scene. Welcome to K-Märkt….
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September 2014

Domaine de la Baume

Domaine de la Baume

The Domaine de la Baume is a fantasy of the purest form; that of a family house in which you unpack your bags for a special séjour. Nestled around a bend on the Haut-Var road, near the delightful (cloudland) village of Tourtour, the Domaine de la Baume was the family home of painter Bernard Buffet…
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August 2014

Aegean Dream

Aegean Dream

It is impossible to resist the hard blue of the Aegean Sea, especially when it laps against the chiselled creeks of the Turkish peninsula of Bodrum. This holiday destination alternates between a ‘did you see me?’ vibe and more discrete style, Bodrum boasts a number of exclusive addresses. Now keep this well-kept secret to yourself!…
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July 2014

The Seven Families of Summer Shoes

The Seven Families of Summer Shoes

Like the rendez vous you wait for all year, like that bottle of rosé that launches the barbeque season, summer shoes announce that the holidays are fast approaching, finally freeing our feet from any formality…
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June 2014

Park Hyatt Vienne

Park Hyatt Vienna

The latest jewel in the Viennese crown, the Park Hyatt Vienna invests in the walls of a former bank to update its codes. Here is a preview of the new hotel…
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May 2014

LCK reinvents stationery

LCK reinvents stationery

It all started with a chance encounter, between Nicolas Recoing and an old forester’s notebook in a beautiful house in Landes. The story might have ended there…
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April 2014

Collections textiles 3D tricot - Canal, Moraine, Gravel for Kvadrat Images: © Studio Bouroullec

The World of the Bouroullec brothers

Like a cook or a starred chef working magic with ingredients, designers and brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec tackle techniques and materials like flavors…
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March 2014

Miami

An Arty Walk through Miami

Miami is like New York’s spicy Latin cousin! The most famous seaside resort in Florida has become a melting pot of creativity in which emigrants from all over Latin America have come to live, bringing joy and a Latino joie de vivre with them…
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February 2014

Valencia

Wander Around in Valencia

For many of the Spanish hedonists and gourmets, it’s in Valencia that they ought to live in order to profit from the sweetness of the city. Located by the sea, Valencia has a beautiful, rich cultural heritage and a hundred good restaurants….
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January 2014

Vienna

Wander Around in Vienna

Like a pendulum that oscillates between tradition and modernity, Vienna is a resolutely creative capital city that draws, with a quiet discernment, from its roots in order to propel itself into the present. We take you on a little guided tour…
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December 2013

Christmas windows

Christmas Shopping Windows

A romantic spirit, a dollhouse imagined by night, showcasing jewelry sparkling like real gems and the streets decorated with stacks of Tiffany boxes as gifts…
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November 2013

Paris

The new Paris restaurant scene

Not exactly fine dining in the classic sense of the term, or high-end breweries, a wave of the “neo-gastro” venues have been popping up lately in Paris. The opportunity has arrived to take a new kind of gourmet tour in the city and discover the young talents…
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October 2013

Made in USA

“Made In USA”

The “Made in America” style has never been so in style as it is now, with a clientele that seem straight out of the pages of Monocle magazine: fashion, accessories and objects from the ateliers of Brooklyn, San Francisco and Detroit are the ingredients that make up the recipe….
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September 2013

Ymer et Malta

The World of Ymer & Malta

Combining design and poetry, limited editions and natural forms, Valerie Maltaverne propels Ymer & Malta
among the Parisian galleries that count. We met with this woman of extraordinary sensibility…
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August 2013

Valparaiso

Palacio Astoreca hotel, a Corner of Paradise in Valparaiso

At the heart of the fabled Cerro Alegre, a wind of change is blowing across the Palacio Astoreca Hotel: a palace built in a Victorian style with a few Art Nouveau touches has come together…
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July 2013

Travel to Bali

Travel to Bali : Special Balinese evenings

Plume Voyage presents its first fashion shopping: light dresses, in silk, easy to wear and to carry around, clutches and flat shoes that do not take up space in the suitcase, colored nail polishes, nuanced, and tangy colored lipsticks to give a glow to the outfit. Good trip to Bali!…
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June 2013

Residence les Bains

Bringing back les Bains Douches

Bringing back Les Bains Douches, the Parisian institution confirms its mythical reputation.
Turned into an ephemeral artists residency created by its owner Jean Pierre Marois, orchestrated by the gallerist Magda Danysz …
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May 2013

Collective.1

Collective .1

A new venue on the New York scene, the Collective .1 fair is borrowing the language of Design Miami / Basel: collectable designs and modernist pieces and objects…
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April 2013

Myriam Kournaf

Going away with Myriam Kournaf

General Manager of the Hotel Montalembert Myriam Kournaf has been managing this cozy Parisian hotel since 2005. The young woman took on the task of dusting off this hotel…
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March 2013

Samuel Bucciacchio

Going away with…Samuel Bucciacchio

Samuel Bucciacchio is the founder of Goodwill, a private aviation company among the three largest in the world and Good Travel, a bespoke travel agency, a natural extension of the parent company…
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March 2013

The World of… Oyuna

Brought up in Mongolia, Oyuna is an enlightened London based designer. Beyond her contemporary pieces, her name also evokes images of a forgotten land, a scarce commodity or a heroine from an adventure novel…
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February 2013

Going away with…Thierry Gardinier

His name is not well known, but in the world of the french lifestyle, he is one of the major players. Probably because of the group he runs with his brothers Laurent and Stéphane…
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February 2013

Wander around in Bordeaux

Bordeaux is under construction. The city, with its eighteenth century facades certified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is turning to new projects and reinventing itself…
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February 2013

La Bamba de Areco

In Argentina, the gauchos, the polo matches that animate the pampa and the rides that connect the estancias are more than just cultural symbols…
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February2013

100% nordic travel

Discover our traveler’s objects special 100% nordic travel : Tina Ratzer soft cover (DK), Molami earbuds for women (Sweden), Portable chair “NORDIC NOMAD CHAIR”…
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January 2013

Seductive Fusion

We know the great French chefs – Pierre Gagnaire, Alain Senderens, Alain Ducasse and Joël Robuchon – love Japan and its gastronomic heritage…
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January 2013

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa

An ecological resort, a haven of peace, the benchmark for riders and lovers of the great outdoors, Wolgan Valley is a breathtaking Australian property tucked away behind the Blue Mountains…
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Janvuary 2013

Edinburgh chic

Far from the clichés of mists and wasteland typically related to Scotland, Edinburgh is a city so endearing that once visited one can only think of returning. Lively, young, friendly and dynamic…
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January 2013

Terra Incognita

A great white continent and the final frontier of the world, Antarctica has long been known as Terra Incognita as it remains inscrutable to us. A mystery, it causes one to think of cold and frostbite, southern nights…
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December 2012

New Parisian hotels

New Parisian hotels are constantly opening up: whether under the title of ’boutique’, ‘charming’, ‘neighbourhood’ or ‘auteur’ hotel, they revisit the way we all live in the capital, from the ground up…
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December 2012

Schoop !

Winter came early this year to the delight of lovers of the snow and mountains. Discover some beautiful destinations whether they be for sport, design, pampering or simply getting cosy…
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December 2012

Suitcases and bags for winter weekends

Discover our traveler’s objects special Suitcases and bags for winter weekends: valise globe trotteur jcrew, valise litepshère de samsonite, valise cabine eastpak & kris van assche…
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December 2012

The Joy de Rohan Chabot enchantments

Joy de Rohan Chabot is a great dreamer. Every night, her imagination wanders into extraordinary homes in which drawers and shelves are full of jewelry and fabrics, enchanted and dense forests inhabited by magical animals…
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November 2012

London during Food Design

It’s impossible to talk about London, or its Design Festival which takes over the capital in September, without mentioning the pop-ups and initiatives that make up Food Design. We take a brief overview of these unusual initiatives…
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November 2012

The world of Astier de Villatte

Indefinable, going against the current fashions and yet they are artists and artisans of their time, Ivan Pericoli and Benoît Astier de Villatte are taking Astier de Villatte to new heights as though they were an acrobat and a poet…
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November 2012

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht.

Only recently opened, the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht hotel welcomes interiors and a unique installation ‘The Observatory’ by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders…
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November 2012

Asian delicacies

In the home of French gastronomy, classified by Unesco, the art of Asian cooking and its different facets have fascinated chefs and gourmets for decades. New addresses and Asian talent…
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November 2012

Art reflected in tapestry

New carpets that look like works of art have been exhibited during the FIAC in Paris, at the Hotel de Livry. New carpets made from the work of artists and designers, under the guidance of Zurich-based gallerist, Franziska Kessler…
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October 2012

5 discs to dance to in the rain

It would be easy to get annoyed by the tidal wave – call it hype, if you will – being caused by this band, similar to that experienced by Metronomy last year. Simply put: Tame Impala…
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October 2012

Baystone Hotel & Spa

At odds with the usual marks of a Mauritian hotel, the Baystone Hotel & Spa stands its graphic silhouette alongside the beautiful Grand Baie in the north of the island. A flagship for a new elegant design…
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October 2012

Gardens Divine

A “jardin remarquable”, and a historical monument, the jardins d’Eyrignac are a unique testimony to the art of “French gardens”. They are a journey through the history of the Périgord that lives all year round…
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October 2012

Going away with… Chantal Thomass

We no longer present to you luxury lingerie designer Chantal Thomass, whose capsule collections for ready-to-wear retailers sell out in a matter of minutes…
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September 2012

Good Morning Vietnam

Forget the images and stories of war, and rather picture Catherine Deneuve reprising her role in the film Indochine. Reviving the elegance of the golden days of colonialism, Vietnam lives between yesterday and tomorrow…
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September 2012

la Contrie

Using traditional methods and contemporary vision, Edwina de Charette de la Contrie makes timeless leather bags to meet the demand for unique, personal designs away from the dictates of fashion…
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September 2012

Amanruya Bodrum

On the Aegean coast, a few kilometers from Bodrum, the latest Aman hotel is redefining Turkish luxury by tapping into Ottoman history and aesthetics codes of ultimate refinement. Read on to find out more…
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September 2012

The traveller’s spirit of Atelier Hapax

Born from a simple idea, Atelier Hapax has the calibre of the great design houses. An object, a material, an abandoned accessory, each piece is reborn in the hands of its creator, Sinan Sigic, a new artisanal destination that evokes the world of travel…
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June 2012

The footloose special

In this 11th edition, the magazine Plume Voyage goes on a journey by foot. Two made-to-measure topics are on the menu: A Bridge Between Two Shores with Corthay and The World of with Aubercy….
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May 2012

Design materials special

In this tenth issue, PLUME VOYAGE pauses in the land of materials. In A Break, we explore metal and paper, revealing metal design as something that has been elevated to the level of sculpting and an almost silent subject…
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April 2012

South Africa Special

In this ninth edition, the magazine Plume Voyage offers you its impressions of South Africa. A Break stops an hour outside of Cape Town at the Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park…
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March 2012

Land of the ephemeral

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 …
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February 2012

Far far away islands

In this seventh edition, the magazine PLUME VOYAGE travels away to relax on distant islands. A break acknowledges the eclectic tastes of the hotel Viceroy Anguilla, in the Caribbean….
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January 2012

Special colours and sun

For the sixth issue, PLUME VOYAGE went to find sun and light in South America and in Morocco, in particular. A Break stops in two hotels of dreams, the one, Uxua in Trancoso, Brazil, the other one Fasano Las Piedras…
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December 2011

Special Switzerland

For this fifth edition, the magazine Plume Voyage crosses the Alps, to discover our Helvetian neighbour. A Break takes us to discover the many facets of Swiss design…
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November 2011

Special London

In this fourth issue, Plume Voyage hops aboard the Eurostar Travel to explore London. A Break lists the traditional restaurants where cuisine…
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October 2011

Special Beyrouth

In this third issue, PLUME VOYAGE stops in Beirut. A Break reveals an Arty Chic Beirut, with its young talents, designers or entrepreneurs of the artistic…
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September 2011

Week end Special

In this second issue, PLUME VOYAGE stops in NYC for A Break in its trendy and arty hotels. Closer to home, Wandering Around in a chilling out Lyon.
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May 2011

Paris Special

PLUME VOYAGE is a magazine that will be distributed on the internet and structured like a paper magazine, with a primary focus on coverage. Throughout the site, photos and images will be of great importance.
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