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October 2012
Plume voyage webzine n°15

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

Today, the official launching of Parfum de Valise®.
Capucine Gougenheim Geagea is pleased to present its new travelers object from
the CAPSULE DE PLUME collection.

It purifies, cleans, beautifies and dresses your suitcase, during a trip, returning from a trip,
during a quick stop or simply at home. Anti-moth, antibacterial, and cleansing, it can travel
but can also be used at home in cabinets.
For the first time, a natural fragrance for the suitcase with purifying properties thanks
to its multiple different essential oils.

Manufactured in France, the Parfum de Valise® has been created by Duo by Sève
for CAPSULE DE PLUME with Pascale Gail-Athis, a specialist in psychobiology,
choreographer, and designer, Meyling Ho, a specialist in traditional Chinese medicine,
an ‘energy’ expert, and Alexandra Monéger, a Nose, and a creator whose signature
perfumes have attracted brands such as Balmain, Chopard, Guerlain, Tartine et Chocolat.
The three of them are expert in Feng Shui.

The Parfum de Valise® smells clean and purifies. Aesthetic and useful, the Parfum has taken
on the dimension of an object, of a design idea.

Rosewood: anti-moth, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic.
Laurel: anti-infective, anti-bacterial.
Eucalyptus radiata: known for its ability to purify air and so preventing respiratory infections,
anti-bacterial, anti-viral, energizing, virucidal, disinfectant.
White sandalwood: antiseptic, balancing.
Sage: the sacred plant with wonderful purifying properties.
Bergamot: to relax the nerves.

PLUME VOYAGE keeps on publishing articles every friday with some Travel News,
cultural news with It’s Now and one main travel topic. This week, A Break with the jardins
d’Eyrignac in Périgord, genuine and emblematic jewel of the gardens “à la française”.

The curiosity wich takes beyond the borders, the envy for a different, imaginary, internal
or artistic journey continues to inspire PLUME VOYAGE.


My suitacse…:

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…

A break:

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…

A break:

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…

David Blot :

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…

It’s Now:

«Jules Wabbes, Furniture Designer»  in Brussels

Jules Wabbes (1919-1874) is one of the most eminent post-war Belgian furniture designers. Whilst well known for his office furniture…

Travel News:

Philippe Conticini at the Café Salle Pleyel

At the invitation of Helene Samuel, Philippe Conticini is the new “guest chef” at Café Salle Pleyel during the musical season 2012/2013. A major pâtissier, a veritable “palais absolu”…

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