Haute tastes uncomplicated. Tree Michelin stars to Yannick Alléno’s Courchevel cuisine

Haute tastes uncomplicated. Tree Michelin stars to Yannick Alléno’s Courchevel cuisine

Courchevel is not only a playground for the international jet set and the glitterati. A shrine for gourmands the French winter destination has one of the biggest per-capita concentrations of (Michelin) stars.

The last in a series of awarded masters of taste, is Yannick Alléno, the chef behind several restaurants including his three-star Parisian flagship at Pavillon Ledoyen. Alléno was the only chef to be awarded a third star for his restaurant 1947 at the Cheval Blanc Hotel in Courchevel ski resort, bringing the total of three-star restaurants to 27.

Frédéric Malle’s essence of a perfect weekend 

The renowned perfumer sure knows to make the best out of his daily life. In a recent interview with the Financial Times Frédéric Malle is inviting us to a perfect weekend in Biarritz and the essence of good living.  Read more

Bottega Veneta & the art of photography

Bottega Veneta and the art of photography

On it’s everlasting love with arts prominent Bottega Veneta announces its partnership with The Shanghai Centre of Photography (SCoP), one of the most prestigious photography institutes in China, starting in January 2017.

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Nick Waplington glorifies Gucci’s Cruise 2017 collection

Nick Waplington glorifies Gucci’s Cruise 2017 collection

Released in a limited edition of 2,000, Blind for Love presents inspirational and backstage photographs by noted British artist Nick Waplington documenting the Gucci Cruise 2017 collection runway show, which was held in one of London’s most historic landmarks, the Cloisters in Westminster Abbey.

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Brunello Cucinelli’s neo-romanticism is knitted of cashmere 

Brunello Cucinelli’s neo-romanticism is knitted of cashmere 

Brunello Cucinelli’s feminine cashmere is the Emperor of cashmere, ever since the 80s. Back then, at 25 years old Cucinelli had an innovative vision for dyed cashmere rather than the prevalent neutral shades and he began his business in a small workshop. Today the company represents the pinnacle of Italian luxury and for this this king of the precious cashmere is adored for his luxurious materials and classic colour palette.

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Why Gstaad’s beauty is more than exclusive

Why Gstaad’s beauty is more than exclusive

Many rich, very, ultra, Auber-rich people swear by Gstaad’s official motto. “Come up and slow down”. With stunning mountains at the bottom of a perfect Alpine valley this German-speaking canton of Bern, is a haven for the elite for a reason.

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Givenchy’s Rottweiler capsule collection won’t bite

Givenchy’s Rottweiler capsule collection won’t bite

Since becoming Artistic Director for Givenchy men’s in 2009, Riccardo Tisci has showcased pieces with urban masculinity and sensual elegance.

Iconic prints have been a constant fixture in all collections, always reworked as part of the modern street Givenchy men’s wardrobe making the label a street-style scene stealer. 

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All hail the Belgian master Dries Van Noten’s style revolution

All hail the Belgian master Dries Van Noten's style revolution

We usually don’t brag about our labels, we do appreciate each one of them for the quality and allure they serve with respect to fashion, yet, we are super excited to announce that LuisaWorld is entering the art-like world of one of fashion’s masters. 

Dries Van Noten’s collections are a pack of art infused style. Van Noten’s Spring 2017 collection was a ground breaking success -“the fashion world was replete with details pulled from the work of visual artists… impressionistic flower arrangements splattered across many of Van Noten’s silk dresses.… a cold, frozen spring for Van Noten, but one that promises to melt away” reviews W’s Katherine Cusumano”

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Hail the elaborated yet effortless elegance of Jackie Kennedy Onassis

New York Times hailed Jackie Kennedy Onassis as the first “Instagram First Lady” because long before social media announced their icons, Jackie Kennedy Onassis was a true style-charmer.

“All the talk over what I wear and how I fix my hair has amused and puzzled me” Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wrote in Campaign Wife the syndicated weekly newspaper column she wrote during John F. Kennedy’s 1960 campaign” reports NYT. “What does my hair have to do with my husband’s ability to be president?” she wondered. With the event of Pablo Larraín’s movie on “Jackie” we remember her fashion sense in full grace. 

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Smile, Hug, Love and other 2017 Stories

Smile, Hug, Love and other 2017 Stories

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“An old year ends, and takes with it people and sorrows and joys and memories, and a new one is on it way” wrote renowned writer Neil Gaiman on his Calendar of Tales.

Sharing his greetings each and every year, Gaiman did share with us a newer version of his inspirational quotes. Just a couple of years ago the British writer wrote about an opportunity to shape our world.  Read more