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Oliver Rousteing's Balmain Pre-Fall Collection: A Dialogue with History

July 1, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

At just 36 years old, Olivier Rousteing is already 12 years into his tenure as creative director of Balmain, making him the fourth longest-serving creative director in luxury fashion. His youthful vitality allows him to continually reinvent his designs to avoid becoming repetitive.

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Flashback to the 90s: Terry Richardson's Iconic Campaigns for Sisley

July 8, 2023 in Photography & Visuals by Julian Everett

Renowned for his provocative and sometimes controversial work, photographer Terry Richardson significantly contributed to the tone of 90s fashion advertising with his campaigns for the Italian brand Sisley. His candid, raw, and edgy style resonated with the 90s cultural climate and helped create some of the most memorable fashion campaigns of the decade.

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Unknown Rembrandt Portraits Fetch €13 Million at Christie's Auction

July 10, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

Two small portraits, previously unknown to the world and hidden in a private collection of a British family, turned out to be original works of the Dutch master Rembrandt. These unexpected treasures were auctioned at Christie's for an impressive sum of €13 million, exceeding their initial estimate by almost 50%.

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Bad Bunny and Adidas Collaborate to Revamp the Response CL

Aug. 17, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

A "Good" Touch from Bad Bunny to Adidas' Response CL

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Farralone House: The Iconic Bauhaus Gem with a Star-Studded Past Hits the Market for $16.5 Million

Aug. 27, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

If walls could talk, the ones at the iconic Farralone House would have stories to tell of Hollywood legends and on-screen performances. Built in 1951 by architect William Pereira for banking heiress Dora Hutchinson, the house is a Bauhaus marvel boasting 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. Over the years, it has served as home to Frank Sinatra from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, Judy Garland, and Lucille Ball.

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Liberty Ross Dives into Family History with Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace Book

Sept. 3, 2023 in Photography & Visuals by Julian Everett

In a nostalgic journey into her family's past, model and actress Liberty Ross has penned a book detailing the iconic Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace. This legendary Los Angeles roller-skating rink, managed by her parents Ian "Flipper" Ross and Banti Ross, operated from 1979 to 1981 at the corner of La Cienega and Santa Monica Boulevards.

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Air France Celebrates 90th Anniversary with Unique Fashion Collaboration

Sept. 4, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Julian Everett

On October 7, 2023, Air France will celebrate its 90th anniversary. For this momentous occasion, the airline has teamed up with Xavier Ronse, the head of the Paris Opera's costume workshops, to produce a collection of five unique dresses. Each dress symbolizes a different aspect of the airline's history and operations: planes and technology, crew uniforms and fashion, advertising posters, in-flight catering and service, and design.

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Celebrating 160 Years of the London Underground with New Art Posters

Sept. 10, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

In honor of its 160th anniversary, the London Underground has commissioned four stunning art posters that seamlessly meld past and present. The posters take inspiration from vintage designs from the last century, housed in the London Museum of Transport. These historical designs feature iconic cultural landmarks like the English National Opera, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Southbank Centre, and the Royal Opera House.

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The Grand Opening of Raffles London at The OWO: Where History Meets Luxury

Sept. 15, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Julian Everett

Mark your calendars, travel enthusiasts and history buffs! September 29th will witness the unveiling of one of this year’s most anticipated hotel projects: Raffles London at The OWO.

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The Trend of Diets: From Historical Practices to Modern Obsessions

Oct. 29, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The world of nutrition and weight management has always been dynamic, characterized by evolving trends, new discoveries, and, inevitably, fads. Dieting, as a concept, has transcended mere health necessity to become a cultural and social phenomenon.

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Raquel Welch: A Trailblazer of Beauty and Strength in Hollywood

Nov. 9, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

Raquel Welch, a name synonymous with classic Hollywood glamour and an emblem of the 60s and 70s sex symbol phenomenon, lived a life as vivid and interesting as her on-screen personas.

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Gypsy Rose Lee: The Burlesque Queen Who Redefined Showbiz

Dec. 23, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Gypsy Rose Lee, born Rose Louise Hovick in Seattle, Washington, on January 8, 1911, remains one of the most iconic figures in the history of American entertainment. Her life story, marked by drama, talent, and a trailblazing presence in the world of burlesque, continues to fascinate audiences decades after her passing.

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Kintsugi: Embracing Imperfections with the Art of Golden Repair

Feb. 4, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

Kintsugi, or Kintsukuroi, is a poignant and beautiful form of Japanese art that goes beyond mere ceramic repair. This centuries-old technique involves mending broken pottery with lacquer derived from the sap of the urushi tree, which is then mixed with precious metals such as gold, silver, or platinum. However, Kintsugi is much more than a method of restoration; it's a profound philosophical statement about life, resilience, and beauty.

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John Lennon Reflects: The Beatles Songbook Unveiled

Feb. 13, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

In an intimate and revealing session, John Lennon delves into the heart and soul of The Beatles' music, offering unprecedented insights into their most iconic songs. Just a week before his tragic passing, Lennon sat down with Playboy to articulate the essence, origins, and lasting impact of the band's work, marking a rare exploration into the musical journey that defined a generation.

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The Morgan Library & Museum Unlocks the Rembrandt Print Collection for Public Viewing

March 15, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

In an exciting development for art lovers and historians alike, The Morgan Library & Museum in New York has granted public access to nearly 500 images from its exquisite Rembrandt etchings collection. This collection, renowned as the finest in North America, is the legacy of financier Pierpont Morgan, who began acquiring these works of art in 1900, followed by another significant acquisition in 1906.

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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 Hidden Artistic Gem of Turin: Gonin Hall

March 20, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Julian Everett

 In the bustling heart of Turin lies a secret treasure that many locals are unaware of—the Gonin Hall. Nestled within the Porta Nuova railway station, this hall is a silent witness to Italy’s rich royal history and artistic heritage.

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The Legendary Red-Blue Presidential Train Embarks from Porto's São Bento Station

April 2, 2024 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

Starting April 6th, the historic red-blue presidential train will once again grace the tracks from São Bento station in Porto, offering a journey steeped in grandeur and history. This train, a moving legend from 1890 to 1970, was once the esteemed carrier of presidents, ministers, and monarchs, with notable passengers including Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Paul VI.

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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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