• Ruinart

    RETOUR AUX SOURCES IF YOU REMEMBER WELL, RUINART WAS ANNOUNCING ITS ANNUAL ARTISTIC COLLABORATION EARLIER THIS YEAR, GIVING “CARTE BLANCHE” TO THE BRAZILIAN SCULPTOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER, VIK MUNIZ, TO REALIZE ARTWORKS REPRESENTING THE HOUSE DNA THROUGH HIS VISION. INDEED, THE FIRST ESTABLISHED MAISON DE CHAMPAGNE ALWAYS HAD A STRONG CONNECTION TO THE ART FIELD. NEEDLESS TO SAY, THAT RUINART SUPPORTS MULTIPLE ART FAIRS AROUND THE WORLD INCLUDING ART BASEL AND FRIEZE LONDON. RUINART WILL CELEBRATE ITS 300TH ANNIVERSARY IN SEPTEMBER 2029, THEREFORE, THE MAISON WILL COMMISSION ARTISTIC PROJECTS TO SHOW IN SEPTEMBER EACH YEAR. FROM ARTISTS, ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS RUINART DESIRES TO BRING TO LIFE ART INSTALLATIONS COMBINING ART, CREATIVITY,…

  • Lovely Lunch at LaDurée

    Not long ago I savored a delicious lunch at the new restaurant LaDurée in Geneva. As you know already from blogs, Instagram, and other newspapers, LaDurée just opened a tea-room and restaurant at the Four Season Hôtel des Bergues. The place is simply magical, it is like a fairy tale. The famous designer and architect, India Mahdavi, who also imagined the incredible pink restaurant and bar, Sketch in Mayfair, London, is the one to celebrate for the space. I am a big fan of her work, including the new Valentino showroom, and I couldn’t be happier to have such an amazing spot in Geneva. You can eat all day, taste…

  • Bohemian-Rock

      Back in Paris in this bohemian-rock look inspired by Chloé. You probably have seen the squad girls “Chloégirls”, they have cool boho outfits, very loose with lace and beautiful fabric. It was almost a month ago when I left for Paris with my best friend Eva. We went to a few presentations for Paris Fashion Week, including ACNE Studios and Longchamp, I will come back to these soon. We enjoy a lovely weekend in the Fench capital. I love Ba&Sh and the style of their clothes, very bohemian, quite Frenchy and just so comfortable. We were walking around in Montmartre and stopped by this beautiful and burgundy door which was…