Mot-clé : Lifestyle
If the Parisian restaurant is an institution dedicated to seafood since 1925, Prunier is also one of the largest production houses of caviar 100% made in France. A pronounced taste for an elegant luxury.Continue reading
The Festival of Lights returns to Lyon in early December. An unprecedented edition to marvel at the luminous creations of the greatest artists. And shout loudly that those who worship the darkness will never win against the joy of meeting together to dream.Continue reading
Frédéric Malle in the Marais
For each new store, the brilliant perfume designer partners with an architect he admires the work of… For this one he chose Dominique Jakob and Brendan MacFarlane, he liked the work for the Georges restaurant at the Centre Pompidou.
British Airways and Marks & Spencer team up!
Finally we will be able to enjoy delicious sandwiches in the plane rather than bad trays and not necessarily healthy! To offer the best flight experience to passengers British Airways partners with another great British brand – Marks & Spencer. The latter, one of the most popular in Britain
Invitation to an intimate encounter with the finest works of contemporary art in the world.
It is at Muy, in the hinterland of St. Tropez or St. Raphael, an hour’s drive of Grasse. It is a rocky path that winds through the hills. It invites to dive into the heart of wild nature of Provence, dry, covered with fragrant plant species, to meet with, one-on-one, one after the other, works of art, among the most important of our time.Continue reading
Overlooking the beach of Cabbé, in Roquebrune Cap-Martin, the e.1027 villa built by Eileen Gray from 1926 to 1929, is one of the gems of modern architecture. The designer put it into practice her belief that “human needs” should guide the design and “engineering art” is not enough.Continue reading
A break july 2016 – Courtyards, gardens, terraces … this summer we (re) discover these ventilated rooms that give Paris a countryside style
The most bucolic: La boîte à images at the Jeu de Paume
The Jeu de Paume is opening this summer a terrace overlooking the octagonal pool where we can enjoy a full sunny exposure. To enjoy one of the most beautiful gardens in the capital: the Tuileries. Under umbrellas, where there is a very warm summer, the menu highlights light meals
Leslie Gauthier, the interior designer, has turned this historic building into a contemporary hotel blending styles and periods. The fifty rooms of the Square Louvois invite to serenity, with a soul inspired by the arts and letters, symbolizing the very identity of the neighborhood.Continue reading
Colmar is known as the wine capital of Alsace and one of the cities where it rains the less in France thanks to the Foehn effect. A meteorological oddity that brings dry winds on the Vosges Massif slopes beneath which flow Colmar peaceful days. But if we need to rush to the (re) discovery of Colmar, this is for another phenomenon, an artistic one.Continue reading
Car rally: Entre deux Mers
It’s time to register for the rally to be held from October 4th to 8th between Saint-Tropez and Biarritz. Concocted by Cyril Neveu, this first edition of a rally between east and west, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean, offers 1,200 km to discover beautiful regions.
A thousand miles away from Java and Bali, off the coast of West Papua, volcanic islands shelled their pearls on the tropical sea into the turquoise, like the jewels of a sunken treasure. Their wild contours exhale sweet perfumes: Sulawesi, Maluku and Raja Ampat, the thousands of islands on the spice route are dreamed stops for world ends lovers.Continue reading
Worldly dubbed by their peers for sobriety and correctness of their lines, most of them are remarkably discret. The exhibition and the book orchestrated by critic Nuno Grande, make us discover the biggest names and also promising new stars by providing an overview of their achievements over the last 50 years.Continue reading
Designed by decorators Dorothée Delaye and Daphné Desjeux the Handsome Hotel by Elegancia is a welcoming cocoon that mixes beautiful and sweet. Here, everything is in the detail as a bow tie. Like it, it sets the tone, the directive line of an outfit. The hotel is a chic and timeless bubble in which the charm subtly works, by surprise.
Pyla: Expected opening of the Ha (a)ïtza
The Hotel Haïtza ( “the rock” in Basque) was created in 1930. It has seen all the beautiful people during the interwar period: from Jeanne Lanvin to Charles Trenet, Yves Montand … and later all fans of the basin have stayed there. Closed in 2001, it is reopening in June thanks to William and Sophie Techouyeres, who called their accomplice, the inevitable Philippe Starck.