Books We Love – Louis Vuitton Windows

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If there is one thing we are sure about in the fashion world, it’s definitely the beauty of Louis Vuitton’s storefront windows. While passing by a Louis Vuitton store, we realize how magnetic they are and how much creativity was put in them. Well, if you were a big fan of these pieces of art like us, you will definitely like this treat.

“Louis Vuitton Windows” is a book that highlights the importance of these masterpieces. With an introduction by The New York Times fashion director and critic Vanessa Friedman, it sheds light on the thirty-five displays resulting from the genius work of creators Faye McLeod and Ansel Thompson.

Celebrating the works of art that are these magical vitrines, this oversize Ultimate Collection edition truly captures the inspiring world that is Louis Vuitton.


Mirella Haddad

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F is for Fashion… or Furniture

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Luxury is not only for fashion. Luxury is a lifestyle – or at least this is what some of our favorite fashion houses in the world have proved to us. Expanding their wings into the world of décor and furniture, every one of them has their own take on interior design, further expressing their spirit and design values through items that fill your home space with sophistication.

Feeding your hunger for a complete luxurious lifestyle experience is an extensive list of styles, each packing its own statement through an aesthetic that is pretty much true to the house’s codes and uses the label’s signature motifs. With 14 fashion houses on the list until now, the flock is still growing – promising a bright future in the world of luxury interior design.

Now what would designer furniture look like, you might ask? As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. With this in mind, we’ve rounded-up a list of interior design images created by some of the fashion industry’s pioneers. From Gucci who recently joined the pack to Elie Saab – who announced his collaboration with Emaar Properties, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Fendi Casa, Missoni Home, Dior Maison, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani/Casa and many more, below is our curated selection. Are you ready to get blown away?


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Prep Your Little Ones for Their School Comeback

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Yes, it’s that time of the year again! Summer is over and you and your kids are more than ready for school after months of fun and excitement. But wait! Did you prep the little ones for a fancy start? In order to be a supermom, we suggest you go back in time and remember how happy you were when your mom used to supply you with the coolest accessories at the start of the new school year. Now that you understand how your little ones feel about having the nicest stationery, here’s what you gotta do!

First, take into consideration the class and age of your child. Do they need a lunch box or a sandwich is enough to get them through the day? These kinds of questions will help you figure out what they need for school and make the task easier on you. Once you got all of this figured out, you might want to give your kids the chance to choose what they want – which makes you more of a supermom!

Below is a list of items that might inspire you. Check them out and get ready for a shopping spree that will get your kid extremely excited to kick off yet another successful school year!

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Books We Love – American Fashion Designers at Home

By Rima Suqi

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They’re the reason behind every trend seen on the runways. Yes, we’re talking about fashion designers! Don’t you wonder sometimes what these creative minds return to after weeks and weeks of hard work and fashion shows? Well, this book will tell you all about that while focusing on American fashion designers.

Entitled “American Fashion Designers at Home”, this release offers you an intimate look into the private spaces of more than 100 members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, such as Diane Von Furstenburg and Derek Lam.

Vivid images will immerse you in their domiciles, which range in design and style from minimal chic to bold and exotic, and allow you to discover their domestic interpretation of their own taste in fashion. Discover Carolina Herrera’s classic elegance taking shape into her Louis XV-inspired New York apartment and Tommy Hilfiger’s take on comfortable and relaxing spaces through a preppy aesthetical style, as well as Donna Karan’s tranquil, zen-inpired villa in the Turks and Caicos Islands with its eco-friendly architecture and yoga pavilion.

In a nutshell, this book shows you how American fashion designers let their creativity run wild equally at work and home.


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Spend Your Adha Holiday in a European Hidden Gem

Adha is fast approaching and you’re probably wondering about where you and your family should head to for Eid celebrations. So if you’re looking for new experiences, Europe is full of treasures, and we have the perfect list for you.

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Around the World with Your Little Ones

Kids can be so different, but there is one thing they all have in common: they all like to have fun! After a year full of school duties and a summer they spent behaving very well, a treat is well deserved and by that, we mean a vacation in a magical place.

Taking into consideration your little ones’ interests and hobbies, here are a few destinations you should consider visiting with them for you to become the mom of the year – if not for a lifetime!

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CHANEL’s Mademoiselle Privé Takes Tokyo

After London in 2015, Seoul in 2017, Hong Kong in 2018 and Shanghai in April 2019, it’s time for CHANEL to move to a new country and spread its creative spirit onto a new place. This time around, it’s Tokyo’s turn to welcome the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition, inviting all fashion gurus to discover the three creative worlds of the house: the Haute Couture, the legendary No5 perfume and the High Jewelry.

While the first constitutes an eternal value that is reinvented in every collection the house creates, the second carries the memories of 1921 when it first saw the light and the third takes us on a trip down memory lane to remind us of “Bijoux de Diamants”, Gabrielle Chanel’s one and only high jewelry collection created in 1932.

From October 19 to December 1, the B&C Hall in Tennoz, Shinagawa will be host to exclusive scenography and a one-of-a-kind experience. And why “Mademoiselle Privé”, you might ask? In fact, these two words appear on the door that led into Mademoiselle Chanel’s creative studio on the third floor at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris and with them being the title of this exhibition, they are certainly the only two that could be used as an invitation to explore the creative world of CHANEL.

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