Online Ticket Sales for Mount Fuji to Start May 20

May 13, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

In a move to better manage tourism and preserve the environment, the Japanese authorities have announced that tickets to hike Mount Fuji will be available online starting May 20. This decision comes after a year of discussions about introducing a hiking fee for accessing Japan's most iconic peak.

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Versace Launches New Men's Fragrance "Eros Energy" with a Vibrant Twist

May 13, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

Versace has officially unveiled its latest fragrance for men, "Eros Energy", marking a bold new addition to their celebrated Eros collection. Known for its luxurious and powerful scents, Versace takes a slightly different turn with this new flanker, incorporating a vivid and unusually optimistic bottle design that catches the eye.

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French Designer Pierre Yovanovitch Teams Up with Christian Louboutin to Launch "Red Bottom" Chair Collection

May 8, 2024 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

French interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch, in collaboration with famed shoemaker Christian Louboutin, has unveiled a striking new furniture line named "Red Bottom." This limited edition collection comprises nine unique chair models, each drawing inspiration from various domains including 20th-century muses, mythology, pop culture, and cinema.

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Celebrating the Legacy of Kyoko Okazaki: Pioneer of Modern Manga

May 7, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

Kyoko Okazaki, a seminal figure in the world of Japanese manga, has left an indelible mark on the industry with her bold and transformative works. Emerging in the mid-1980s, Okazaki carved out a niche for herself by publishing in a variety of manga magazines, ranging from seinen to josei and even fashion-oriented publications. Over the course of her career, she released about 20 volumes of manga, with titles such as Pink (1989), River's Edge (1993-1994), and Helter Skelter (1995) standing out as cultural milestones.

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Kunstsilo Museum Opens in Kristiansand: A New Cultural Landmark

May 2, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Kristiansand to Welcome the Kunstsilo Museum, A New Haven for Nordic Art

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Pharrell Williams Unveils "Titan" Jewelry Line Inspired by Mythological Poseidon

May 2, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Pharrell Williams Launches Mythology-Inspired "Titan" Jewelry Collection with Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co

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Revolutionary "Under Pressure Solutions" Launches Biodegradable Furniture Line

April 30, 2024 in Design & Décor by Julian Everett

A team of industrial designers at Under Pressure Solutions (UPS) has unveiled a groundbreaking collection of furniture tailored to the challenges of online commerce and delivery. Recognizing the bulky nature and high shipping costs typically associated with traditional furniture, the team has developed a pioneering solution that could transform the furniture industry.

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Historic Cafes of Turin: A Journey Through Time and Taste

April 29, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Turin, a city celebrated for its refined architecture and rich cultural heritage, is also renowned for its historic cafes, more so than any other city in Italy. These establishments, some operating for over a century, are not just cafes but monuments of gastronomy and tradition, nestled under the elegant arcades and colonnades of Turin's grand squares.

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Roller Skating Nostalgia: Unveiling a Unique Collection of Retro Photos from Venice Beach, 1979

April 29, 2024 in Photography & Visuals by Julian Everett

Venice Beach, known for its eclectic and vibrant culture, was a hub of roller skating activity in the late 1970s. A newly released collection of retro photographs takes us back to 1979, capturing the essence and spirit of roller skating enthusiasts who frequented this iconic beachfront.

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Historic Eaton Le 9e Restaurant in Montreal Set to Reopen After 25 Years

April 26, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Julian Everett

Montreal is buzzing with anticipation as the historic Eaton Le 9e restaurant, a designated cultural heritage site, is set to welcome diners once again on May 17th after being shuttered for 25 years. First opened in 1931 by Lady Eaton, the wife of department store magnate John Craig Eaton, Eaton Le 9e has been a beloved gastronomic destination housed on the 9th floor of the Eaton Centre.

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Royal Mansour Casablanca: A New Landmark of Luxury Hospitality

April 25, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Last week marked a significant milestone in Casablanca's tourism and hospitality landscape with the grand opening of the Royal Mansour Hotel, one of the most anticipated luxury hotels of the year. Casablanca, previously lacking a definitive flagship hotel, now hosts an establishment that sets a new benchmark for luxury—it is undeniably the new number one hotel in the city.

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Armani's "Vetiver D'Hiver" Celebrates with a Grand Pop-Up in Aranya, China

April 24, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

In a striking blend of luxury and cultural grandeur, Armani has unveiled its latest pop-up event in the picturesque resort town of Aranya, China, to celebrate its renowned fragrance, "Vetiver D'Hiver". This event not only highlights the exquisite scent but also underscores Armani’s commitment to creating memorable, immersive experiences for its patrons.

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20 QUESTIONS - Dana Delany

April 23, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

Dana Delany has an image problem. Sure, she has done steamy turns as William Dafoe’s ex-junkie girlfriend in "Light Sleeper" and a femme fatale in the miniseries "Wild Palms." But mostly Delany is remembered for playing McMurphy, the irrepressible and heroic nurse in TV’s Vietnam war drama, "China Beach."

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Eve Eden's Starlit Journey: From Trials to Triumph!

April 22, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

Ladies and gents, grab your popcorn 🍿 and settle in as we trace the star-spangled path of the incomparable Eve Eden, whose life reads like the most riveting of scripts. Born under a sky full of stars, Eve was destined to join them. From her modest beginnings in a sleepy town where the biggest event was the annual pie contest, to the dizzying heights of international fame, Eve's tale is one of sparkle, spirit, and a smidge of sass.

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Dolce & Gabbana Casa and Nespresso Embrace Mediterranean Blues in Latest Coffee Collaborations

April 18, 2024 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

In a striking display of synchronicity, two major brands have independently embraced a Mediterranean aesthetic for their latest coffee-related products, showcasing a fascinating blend of tradition and modernity in the beverage industry.

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Chanel Unveils New Première Watches at Watches & Wonders, Continues Pink Trend with J12 and Boyfriend Skeleton Models

April 12, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

In a dazzling display of creativity and luxury, Chanel has once again captivated watch enthusiasts at this year's Watches & Wonders exhibition. The prestigious fashion house unveiled two new additions to their esteemed Première watch line: the Première Cuff and the Première Sautoir-Belt, both drawing design inspiration from the legendary Chanel N°5 perfume bottle.

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"Ripley" Series Captivates with Stunning Italian Locales and Cinematographic Mastery

April 11, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The "Ripley" television series may not have won over every viewer, but its impeccable selection of Italian filming locations and the cinematographic artistry of Robert Elswit, who created a mesmerizing black-and-white visual style, are undeniably noteworthy. For those familiar with Italy, the series offers a delightful sense of recognition with its use of iconic sites like the Pio Monte della Misericordia church in Naples, the Gritti Palace hotel in Venice, and the arch on Via Giulia in Rome. However, the series does not strive for authenticity in every aspect. For instance, Rome's train station is ingeniously represented by the EUR's Palace of Congresses.

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Discover Alicudi: The Untouched Italian Island Paradise

April 11, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

In the quest for untouched beauty and serene solitude, Alicudi stands out as a pristine sanctuary amidst the Mediterranean's bustling tourist hotspots. This quaint island, part of the Lipari archipelago, offers a rare glimpse into a life governed by simplicity and harmony with nature.

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Bulgari Sets New Record with the Launch of the World's Thinnest Mechanical Watch: The 1.70mm Octo Finissimo Ultra COSC

April 10, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Bulgari redefines the boundaries of precision and elegance in watchmaking with the unveiling of the Octo Finissimo Ultra COSC, now the world's thinnest mechanical watch at just 1.70mm in thickness. This remarkable feat was announced 2 days ago, setting a new standard in the fiercely competitive arena of ultra-thin timepieces.

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