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November 2012

PLUME VOYAGE, the luxury of a light and immobile journey.

PLUME VOYAGE continues to travel with our webzine inspired by beautiful print magazines. Reports, as always, concerning the creative and luxury worlds of today.
It gives you a rendezvous every week, before the weekend, to take the time to read and explore.

This week, we invite you to discover the French Astier de Villatte World. We especially appreciate its identity, its style, its ideas, its way of looking at the world, its propositions, its journeys.

Since September, PLUME VOYAGE has focused on gastronomy with new restaurants and culinary concepts in London, in parallel with design week and a gastronomic asian parisian Break with a selection of new tables and new addresses, at different prices.

We did a profile on the topic of design with Atelier Hapax and its usage of recycling.
PLUME discovered the Parisian world of la Contrie and their ultra chic, personalized bags and luggage.
We opened the doors of hotels in Vietnam, the Amanruya in Bodrum, Turkey, and the Baystone in Mauritius.
We took a Wander Around in Vietnam. He took a Break in the the French divine Eyrignac gardens.
We have an interview with Chantal Thomass who revealed her suitcase to us at the same time as the hotel she decorated in Paris. And for the first time, PLUME VOYAGE broadened our musical horizons with a selection of discs by Nova journalist, David Blot.

The site has also launched, on the CAPSULE DE PLUME boutique, the new PARFUM DE VALISE®, designed to purify the suitcase.

And as always, Travel News offers a variety of international news about geographical travel and It’s Now announces weekly exhibitions from our favorite artists.

PLUME journeys and explores without necessarily leave the house.
Whether a reflective, artistic, geographical, musical or imaginary journey, PLUME VOYAGE is a proponent of the light and immobile journey.

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.


Wander around:

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…

Their world:

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…

A break:

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

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

A break:

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…

A bridge on two shores:

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…

It’s Now:

Salvador Dali at the Centre Pompidou

One of the major players in the history of modern art and certainly one of the most popular, Salvadore Dali was also known as one of the most controversial, artists of his time, often criticized for his histrionics…
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Travel News:

Salvatore Ferragamo, new Ambassador Relais & Châteaux

The grand-son of the famous shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo runs Il Borro, a magnificent hotel in Tuscany, just few minutes from Florence, which has recently entered into the Relais & Châteaux portfolio…
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