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From the lavender hues of the Howling Cat, to the cabarets of Les Folies Bergères, to le jazz wafting from the caves of Montmartre, Paris nightlife thrives in the abstract, the secret, the seductive. July 4, 2015, in celebration of the unveiling of the 2016 Croisière collection and the introduction of the first house fragrance, Miu Miu opens the Miu Miu Club, a one-night-only intervention in the 1937 Palais d’Iena in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.
Dior. It’s basically what any good fashion girl dreams are made of. If Paris Fashion Week is already a fantasy (complete with croissants in the morning, steak frites for dinner and champagne as a nightcap, wearing all Saint Laurent everything, bien sûr), Dior is the first show of the week that really rockets attendees into the sartorial dreamscape, so to speak.
Turquoise & Gold is a family owned fashion house started in the year 2007, with a primary focus to target premium & luxury brands. The company is the brainchild of Late Mrs. Betty Mahindra. The brand Turquoise & Gold has two arms: - Turquoise & Gold Retail and Turquoise & Gold Exports.
Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is host to Tower Infinity – the world’s first 'invisible' skyscraper, thanks to advanced technology able to reflect images in real time. One of the world’s largest metropolises, with over 25 million inhabitants and lightning-fast internet connections, Seoul is a symbol of modernity, at once a World Design Capital and one of the most committed green cities. It was recently awarded WWF’s global Earth Hour City Challenge prize, and was recognized by the UN in 2014 for its efforts in climate action, such as encouraging businesses and citizens alike to use renewable energy.
A central theme of the ready to wear collection for autumn-winter 2015-16 shown on March the abstracted animal prints designed by Raf Simons take their inspiration from those Christian Dior used on his own creations.
In recent weeks, Lady Lux has begun to expand their international presence through the Caribbean, highlighting Eden Rock Hotel in St. Baths. Lady Lux Luxury and Designer Swimwear was launched in 2007 by swim and beachwear designer Christina Hanna.
The space, designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi, covers a total area of approximately 450 square metres on a single level and houses the women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, leather goods, accessories and footwear collections.