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Flashback to the Flamboyant '90s: Monica Bellucci at Cannes '97

March 15, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

The '90s were a decade like no other, a time when fashion made bold statements and cinema celebrated them with grandeur. A perfect representation of this era's unique charm is encapsulated in a snapshot from the Cannes Film Festival in May 1997, featuring none other than the Italian siren, Monica Bellucci.

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Puma Sails Into the Anime World with Official One Piece Sneakers

March 15, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Get ready to step up your anime fashion game as Puma announces the release of its official One Piece sneaker collection. Fans of the beloved anime series can anticipate four unique models of the iconic Suede sneaker, each infused with the spirit of the high seas adventure. The much-awaited collaboration is set to drop on March 23rd.

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The Intriguing World of Vintage American Prison Rings: A Collector's Delight

March 16, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

In the realm of niche collectibles, a surprising trend has emerged that captivates history buffs and art enthusiasts alike: the pursuit of American prison rings from the first half of the 20th century. These are not just any ordinary pieces of jewelry; they are artifacts of resourcefulness and imagination, born within the confines of prison walls.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Exploring Hong Kong: Where Tradition Meets Modern Luxury

March 17, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Hello, globetrotters! 🌍✈️ Are you ready for an adventure through the vibrant streets of Hong Kong? Grab your passports because I've got the perfect itinerary for you, mixing heritage, luxury, and gastronomy in one of Asia's most dynamic cities.

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Dior Unveils "Dior Scarves: Fashion Stories": A Tribute to Maria Grazia Chiuri's Favorite Accessory

March 18, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

In an exciting announcement for fashion enthusiasts and design aficionados alike, Dior is set to release a coffee-table book titled "Dior Scarves: Fashion Stories", dedicated to the artistry behind one of Maria Grazia Chiuri's most cherished accessories: the scarf. This publication is a celebration of the timeless elegance and creative expression that scarves bring to the Dior women's collections.

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Exploring 'Maison A Niguet': A Floral Haven in Brussels

March 19, 2024 in Design & Décor by Charlotte Sinclair

Tucked away in the heart of Brussels, Maison A Niguet stands as a testament to the city's rich architectural heritage and floral artistry. Located at Rue Royale 13, this charming flower shop holds more than just bouquets and arrangements—it holds a piece of history.

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The Magnificent Sammezzano Castle: A Jewel of Tuscan Architecture

March 20, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Tucked away in the picturesque Tuscan town of Leccio lies a hidden gem known as Sammezzano Castle. While Leccio is famous for being home to the fashionable outlet The Mall, the true historical treasure of the town lies in the form of this magnificent castle.

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YSL Beauté Launches Immersive PopUp in Paris for Loveshine Lipstick Collection

March 21, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

YSL Beauté is set to dazzle Paris with a grand immersive PopUp event, marking the launch of their new Loveshine lipstick collection. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by a massive heart, leading them through various rooms adorned with installations, including the iconic “infinite mirror room,” a playful gaming area, and a delightful sweet shop. Six makeup artists will be on hand, offering makeup sessions for guests to test the latest products. In an intriguing twist, robots will take center stage to present the new product.

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Delta Air Lines Reveals New Uniform Prototype by Gap Inc.

March 21, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Delta Air Lines, one of the largest airlines in the USA and globally, has unveiled a photo of the prototype for its new uniform, developed by Gap Inc. The news is particularly noteworthy for two reasons: firstly, Delta has decided to return to its traditional colors of navy blue and burgundy, a shift from the previous purple uniforms designed by Zac Posen. Secondly, the fabrics used for the new clothing line are certified with OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100, ensuring they are free from harmful and toxic substances. This move comes after Delta faced lawsuits claiming that Posen’s uniforms caused allergies.

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Saint Laurent Rive Droite Unveils ‘Talks’ Podcast Series with Jürgen Teller

March 25, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

Saint Laurent Rive Droite has stepped into the podcast arena with the debut of its ‘Talks’ series, shining a spotlight on the renowned photographer Jürgen Teller as the first episode’s guest. The series promises to be a gathering of the brand’s illustrious friends, including directors, photographers, and artists, who will share their insights and stories. The conversations, led by the charismatic Augustin Trapenard, will be available for audiences to watch and listen to on the brand’s YouTube channel, offering a unique glimpse into the minds of contemporary creatives.

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Timeless Elegance: Monica Bellucci in 1994 Vogue Hommes by Manuela Pavesi

March 25, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

In a remarkable throwback to the fashion world of the '90s, we revisit Monica Bellucci’s iconic photoshoot for Vogue Hommes, photographed by the esteemed Manuela Pavesi. Known for her work with Prada and as a fashion editor at Vogue Italia, Pavesi’s photography captures the essence of Bellucci’s enduring allure.

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Louis Vuitton Elevates the Paris Olympics with Exclusive Medal and Torch Cases

March 27, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

In a move that marries luxury with sports, the upcoming Paris Summer Olympics is set to delight fans of high fashion once again. This time, Louis Vuitton has unveiled special cases for transporting Olympic medals and the Olympic flame. The medals, crafted by the prestigious jeweler Chaumet with metal panels sourced from the Eiffel Tower, and the torch designed by Matthieu Lehanneur, will now be encased in true French classicism—trunks adorned with the iconic monogram.

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Franck Boclet Unveils Two New Fragrances in the Rock & Riot Black Collection

March 30, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Franck Boclet has expanded the olfactory library of the Rock & Riot Black Collection with two new exquisite fragrances, ‘Absolute Shadow’ and ‘Madness’, each telling a story of contrast and sophistication.

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Gene Tierney: Hollywood Starlet, Style Icon, and Survivor

March 30, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Gene Tierney was an American actress who graced the silver screen during Hollywood's Golden Age. Renowned for her striking beauty and captivating performances, she earned critical acclaim and legions of fans. However, her life was marked by both triumph and tragedy, making her story a fascinating and complex one.

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Hvilina's Star Chronicle: A Timeless Tribute to Francysk Skaryna

March 31, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

Belarus proudly presents a new jewel in the realm of horology - the Star Chronicle collection by Hvilina, also affectionately known as "Минута." This exclusive series transcends mere timekeeping to serve as a tangible chronicle of history, paying tribute to the revered 16th-century intellectual, Francysk Skaryna.

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Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi: A Colonial Gem in French Indochina

March 31, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Julian Everett

Certainly! Let me tell you about the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi – a magical hotel in Vietnam. 🌟

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Phoebe Philo's Brand Steps Out of the Online Realm into Bergdorf Goodman

April 4, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

In a much-anticipated move that bridges the gap between the digital and physical retail worlds, the renowned designer Phoebe Philo is set to make a grand entrance at Bergdorf Goodman. This April, the flagship department store on Manhattan's plush Fifth Avenue is dedicating space on its fourth floor to host the first batch of Phoebe Philo's self-titled brand collection. Shoppers can look forward to a second installment arriving in May.

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Puig Aims for €2.5 Billion Boost with Spanish IPO

April 9, 2024 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

In a strategic move poised to shake up the luxury goods and fragrance industry, Puig, the parent company of illustrious brands such as Prada Beauty, Valentino Beauty, and Byredo, has announced its plan to enter the Spanish stock market. The IPO aims to attract more than €2.5 billion in investments, presenting a unique opportunity for business enthusiasts to own a piece of the esteemed family-owned business that has thrived under the Puig family's stewardship since 1914.

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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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"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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