Phenix at The PuLi Hotel and Spa


Back in 2009, the PuLi Hotel and Spa opened its doors not far from NanJing West Road, in the dynamic area of JingAn district. A last minute trip to one of the world’s greatly prized destination…

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Slow-Moving Luminaries by Lars Jan


Art Basel is the leading art fair happening three times across the world. The Miami  edition was held from December 7th to 10th. Aside from the actual convention center and the several shows,  the focus goes on Audemars Piguet’s art commission. For the third year, the luxury watchmaker partnered with LA-based artist Lars Jan, after Theo Jansen and Sun Xun to explore complexity and precision.

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Meet Me at Avenue Road


Your home is a reflection of who you are and a collection of what you love. Don’t you think your place tells a lot about you? How meticulous you are and what you are interested in? Everybody should enjoy going home after a long day. Cooking in the kitchen, resting on the couch, reading on the divan, relaxing in the bathtub or… music on and dancing in the middle of the living room?

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Holiday Season


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OSNI by Cartier

Cartier vignette

Cartier – another renowned French Maison that I admire, is presenting its OSNI project, the first Unidentified Scented Object from October 20th to 23rd during the FIAC, one of those art fairs you don’t want to miss. So, rendez-vous by the Bassins of Palais de Tokyo to explore an unexpected set-up.

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Code Coco by Chanel


September is often assimilated to fashion month but as you know, I took a break from it. Instead, I am always impatient when it comes to discovering Chanel’s new collection. Don’t get me wrong, I am not talking about ready-to-wear but fine jewellery and watchmaking. It has this preciousness and the power to amaze that no other field can beat.

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“The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.”

Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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Copenhague: the restaurant of Danish sleekness


Located on the Champs-Elysées, the House of Denmark hosts two iconic restaurants: Flora Danica and Copenhague – the first being a chic brasserie and the second one, the gastronomic restaurant with a hidden terrace – all this, alongside its cultural involvement.

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1 Hotel, a dive into nature


Back to February 2017, the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge was expected to be the opening to not be missed in sustainable hospitality in New York City. Right under the Brooklyn Bridge, the luxury residence faces Downtown Manhattan’s skyscrapers. 194 guest rooms with 30 suites welcome travellers from all over the world in this new location.

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Cooking class at Urbani Truffles


When you have your mama cooking for you the entire time, it is the easy way to find an excuse for not doing anything. She does everything well so why risk to burn the whole kitchen, right? When I announced I was going to a cooking class at Urbani Truffles near Columbus Circle, literally everyone laughed. I am fine with it because I was convinced since I am a child that I will become a good cook in the future. Perseverance is the only thing that matters.

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