Archive for July, 2015

The return of the mono-earring

Minimalist or hyper sophisticated, pending or Creole, gold or silver, rhinestones or feather, the trend of the mono-earring makes a comeback for future seasons!

Shown on several of the Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2015/2016 catwalks and Resort 2016, the street did not wait for the catwalks to appropriate the mono-earring!

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Exhibition: Jean-Paul Gaultier

Paris is the 10th city where the John Paul Gaultier exhibition makes its latest stopover! The Grand Palais is currently home to 336 rooms, 175 creations, 40 animated mannequins and 70 photographs. Models created between 1971 and 2015 for such prolific and excessive exposure by this designer who has managed to shake up the codes of fashion.

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Biancamore: caring with Buffalo milk

By the association of ideas, such as the mozzarella that lead Cleopatra to have such a milky complexion, the Italian cosmetic brand Biancamore puts milk ingredients at the heart of our bathroom. From buffalo milk – used for mozzarella – the start-up also creates divine care products fit for the baths of an Egyptian queen. A new thread in the trend of healthy beauty, revisiting the tradition of rituals.

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Deauville, John Batho and the beach

“I know of no other beach where the order of colour is now also being distributed so randomly.” John Batho

As part of the Franciscan, a three-part event that aims to showcase the wealth of Deauville, the town hall presents the photographs of John Batho on the pavilion to the sea, close to the bathing huts. These were taken to reproducethe painted or photographed umbrellas by Fernand Léger, Kees van Dongen, Andre Hamburg, James Rassiat, EmericFeher, John Batho, Massimo Vitali…

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Timeless embroidery from All Things Mochi

All Things Mochi is the brand that everyone agrees on. The international and local focuses for each of the collections, the talents of embroiderers from various corners of the globe. The brand was present at the latest edition of the Tranoï Preview, a perfect opportunity to look a little closer this enlightened company.

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Tranoi Menswear: playing with style

This year the selection by the creators of the Tranoïshow was just as pointed as previous years. Fine materials, perfect cuts and basic pieces. But now menswear fashion is also playing around with style. Three labels show how, with humour and tactical clothing, you can awaken a 3 piece suit or boring jeans and t-shirt combo.

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Ombre Claire Workshop

OMBRE CLAIRE is a jewellery brand created by Aude Durou. Marked by his many trips as a child to the desert in North Africa, today she imagines and draws models which are shaped by Tuareg crafts men in Niger. With a preference for the work of the raw silver, she shows her drawings to the families of the craftsmen, who interpret her work by adding their sensitivity and know-how.

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The colours of happiness by Jacques-Henri Lartigue

Exhibited for the first time in New York at age 69, Jacques-Henri Lartigue photographed his life as he lived: with happiness.

The European House of Photography is currently dedicated to an exhibition that reveals his photos in completely new colours, although they concern a third of his work.

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