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An Indian urban jungle

An Indian urban jungle

Indian jungle A contemporary and versatile collection that’s easy to wear and perfect for mixing and matching. Prints and embroidery inspired by the landscape and animals of the Indian jungle. An urban jungle                     Embroidered trench […]

New Dresses Woven in Painterly Tweeds

New Dresses Woven in Painterly Tweeds

                Lust red peplum jacket made in wavy shearling with a suede finishing, featuring classic biker elements and a long detachable belt in grainy buffalo leather. Finished with a long haired exploding shearling on the collar, lapel and […]

Marni Pannier Bag

Marni Pannier Bag

 

 

 

 

Discover the most ancient capital of Europe in complete luxury & style

Discover the most ancient capital of Europe in complete luxury & style

  The Athens Revival Experience: Living It Up at the Revived Capital of Greece Spend your holidays at the most ancient capital of Europe in complete luxury & style Athens, probably the most ancient city of Europe blends a wonderful mosaic of history, culture, cosmopolitanism […]

Ace Sneakers  Cruise 2018

Ace Sneakers Cruise 2018

                 

Nucleya Live at Nasimi Beach, Atlantis, The Palm

Nucleya Live at Nasimi Beach, Atlantis, The Palm

Red Bull Music Presents: Nucleya’s Sub Cinema Live at Nasimi Beach, Atlantis, The Palm

One of India’s biggest DJs returns to the United Arab Emirates with an exclusive audio-visual spectacle to celebrate Indian Republic Day weekend

Nucleya performs during the Red Bull Tour Bus Off The Roof 2016 in Mumbai, India, on October 16, 2016 // Neville Sukhia/Red Bull Content Pool // P-20161017-01707 // Usage for editorial use only // Please go to www.redbullcontentpool.com for further information. //
 
Get ready to party hard this month as one of India’s most successful DJs returns for an experience like no other.
 
Nucleya is back in Dubai this month for a very special edition of Red Bull Music Presents: Nucleya’s Sub Cinema, an exclusive audio-visual experience masterminded by the man himself.
 
The event takes place during Indian Republic Day weekend, on Friday 26 January 2018 at Nasimi Beach, Atlantis The Palm.
 
Nucleya – real name UdyanSagar – is considered one of the world’s best known music producers hailing from India. Named amongst the top 150 DJs in the world by DJ Mag, Nucleya – who has amassed nearly a million Facebook fans and over 30 million views on YouTube – has performed at the likes of India’s Sunburn Festival, Glastonbury in the United Kingdom and the Oslo World Music Festival in Norway. 
 
He also played at the inaugural edition of the prestigious Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) India and was invited to play at EDC Mexico and the flagship EDC at Las Vegas. He has toured across India alongside Skrillex, Major Lazer& DJ Snake, his last solo tour saw 200,000 fans in attendance.
 
Noted for his ‘genre-bending’ productions, combining EDM with traditional Indian musical instruments, Nucleya’s shows are a unique spectacle not to be missed. Get your tickets early as this will be a good one!
 
Support comes courtesy of Anghami’s DJ Mark Shakedown, as well as DJ Jeff and DJ Varun Sharma of Plush Nightlife.
 
Red Bull Music is a global institution committed to fostering creativity in music, featuring lectures, festivals as well as other signature events throughout the year.
 
With its breathtaking view of Dubai’s skyline, beach chic décor and cool vibe, Nasimi Beach is considered one of the city’s most vibrant hot spots.  The shoreline terrace with beachside cabanas and white sofas on the sand are the must do for visitor and residents of Dubai alike. Frequented by the glamorous Dubai social scene, influencers and visiting celebrities, the venue has hosted performances from artists including David Guetta, Robin Schulz, DJ Snake, Avicii and Nicky Romero.
 
INFO:
Red Bull Music Presents: Nucleya’s Sub Cinema
Friday 26 January 2018 @ Nasimi Beach, Atlantis The Palm 
7pm to 2am 
Tickets start from AED 100
Available at Platinumlist.net
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Floral prints that are a work of art

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New Year New Look

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PRINTED COTTON SARONG 110 X 190
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MINI SICILY BAG IN PRINTED DAUPHINE CALFSKIN €2.150

 

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Roller girl: vibrant colours and fluid shapes

Roller girl: vibrant colours and fluid shapes

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Abstraction Beyond Borders, Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale

Abstraction Beyond Borders, Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale

CHRISTIE’S WILL OFFER
ABSTRACTION BEYOND BORDERS IN THE IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN ART EVENING SALE AND THE ART OF SURREAL ON
27 FEBRUARY 2018

THE COLLECTION TRACES ABSTRACTION ACROSS EUROPE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

ARTISTS INCLUDE GEORGES BRAQUE, FRANTIŠEK KUPKA, FRANCIS PICABIA, KURT SCHWITTERS AND GEORGES VANTONGERLOO

Christie’s will offer a collection that traces the development of abstraction as artists across Europe redefined art in the 20th Century. Abstraction Beyond Borders will be included in the Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale and The Art of the Surreal on 27 February 2018, launching ‘20th Century at Christie’s’, a series of sales that will take place in London from 27 February to 7 March 2018. A total of ten works represents the diversity of artists working in different cities across the continent, such as Georges Braque, František Kupka, Francis Picabia, Kurt Schwitters and Georges Vantongerloo, who shunned pictorial representation, instead creating unprecedented works that pushed the boundaries of what art could be. This group demonstrates the idiosyncrasy of these artists’ restless invention. From line, colour and form, to medium and material, their curiosity, daring eclecticism and pioneering spirit of exploration nearly 100 years ago paved the way for artists and collectors today. Highlights include Francis Picabia’s Peinture (Pot de fleurs) (circa 1924-26, estimate: £900,000-1,200,000, illustrated, above), an example of the series of ornate collaged paintings which occupied the artist during the mid-1920s and Iris (1929, estimate: £800,000-1,200,000). Composition émanante de l’équation y=ax2+bx+18 avec accord de l’orangé-vert-violet by Georges Vantongerloo (1930, estimate: £800,000-1,200,000) encapsulates his individual approach to the ideals of the De Stijl movement, adopting a mathematically constructed composition to explore the inter-relationship of a carefully selected group of colours. Das Richard-Fretiag-Bild by Kurt Schwitters (1927, estimate: £500,000-700,000, illustrated, above) is a rare Merz relief that dates from the height of his involvement with the International Constructivist movement, while Series C, III, Elevation (1935-38, estimate: £500,000-700,000) by František Kupka, one of the first truly abstract artists, establishes the radical simplification of form that characterises his late work. Georges Braque’s cubist composition, Cartes et cornet à dés (circa 1910-11, estimate: £500,000-800,000), originally owned by the pioneering early modern collector Wilhelm Uhde, presents the origin of this move towards a new, non-representational artistic language. Highlights from Abstraction Beyond Borders will be on view in Hong Kong (10-12 January) and Taipei (15-17 January) before being exhibited in London from 20 to 27 February 2018.

 

 


Luxe Life Magazine

Spring into Spring

Spring into Spring

Spring into Spring

Miami is the place to see and be seen this Spring (by Sebastian Marc)

Faena District in Mid beach

Spring is upon us and its time to swap our cashmere sweaters for shorts and sandals!  The flowers are starting to bloom and the weather only gets better.

Spring is a fantastic season. The best in my opinion to take a break, relax and be creative. The flowers are in Bloom the greys fade, and the temperature rises with it. Spring is a great month to go on vacation. Spring “break” is a great time to get away from it all. This year Miami is one of those places we all want to escape to. The clear blue skies, the tropical sea and the perfect party season. Who could blame you!

South Beach Art Deco

South beach, made world famous by Miami Vice, is the epicentre of all things sun and sea. Ocean Drive is a catwalk of all things Miami, Supermodels, drifters, filmstars and  locals call this stretch of Nirvanna the place to be! South Beach has always known how to reinvent itself. Starting as a sleepy town, to nomads land later on in the 80s as a bohemian bolthole to the 2000s as a celeb magnet.  As of late South Beach is going through its latest ,and most profound revival. South Beach is home to the celebrated Art Basel (and by far the most popular of Art Basel festivals).

Art BASEL….

Art Basel has helped  Miami shrug of its down market image and drunk fuelled beach partys.  Art, sophistication and world renowed design now reign supreme in this city. However Miami, unlike so many other destinations still retains its Latin-Carribbean feel. Despite all the Luxury condos and Hotels Miami is still a home from home for so many different nationalities. In few other cities do different nationailities intergrate and co-exist in such a beautiful way as they do in Miami.

 

Keeping it cool with some coconut milk..

We cant talk about Miami and not mention Art Deco! Miami Beach has the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the world and many of these masterpieces have been transformed into stunning Hotels. The Raleigh is my favourite on South Beach. It is one the best stretch of South Beach right on the water but still remains secluded and privee.

The fantastic Raleigh Hotel with is surreal pool!

Miami is the best place to see and be seen whether its your first time or not

Now do you need more convincing to visit Miami?

Cathay Pacific has daily flights from Hong Kong and Tapei to Miami.

On our way there chicas!….

 

 


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