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Hyatt Enters the Realm of "Modern Traveler" Lifestyle Hotels With 15 New Properties in 2015

Feb 18, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

This summer, Hyatt Hotels will debut a new brand in 15 locations geared toward the “modern traveler.” Hyatt Centric will be the hotelier’s sixth brand and is set to open in cities such as Atlanta, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, Paris and New York.

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Alexandre Vauthier Shows Off His New Status With His Couture Collection for Spring 2015

Jan 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

In December Alexandre Vauthier was elected a member of the Chambre Syndicate, and is now an officially-recognized haute couture designer. Congratulations are in order as he joins the fashion elite in what is arguably one of the most prestigious positions in the industry.

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Lagerfeld Crafts a Mechnical Blooming Garden for Chanel Couture Spring 2015

Jan 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

To think that anyone attends Chanel shows for the chic duds, celebrity-sightings and opportunity to steal a few Chanel-labeled groceries is simple naïve. For Karl Lagerfeld every runway is a spectacle—a theatrical performance entirely unto itself.

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Raf Simons Takes on Reimagined Retro for Dior's Haute Couture Spring 2015 Collection

Jan 27, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Raf Simons’ did not hold back with Dior’s latest Haute Couture Spring 2015 line. Blending the aesthetics of several decades and curating the best and most architecturally-appealing deigns of each, he managed to spectacularly cumulate a collection of updated mid-century looks in one of his most ambitious shows yet.

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Pump Up Your Bridal Couture Know-How at the Parisian Moda e Arte Workshop

Jan 9, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When it comes to getting wedding inspiration for photographers, designers, and planners, Pinterest is a pretty good source. But when you're ready to step it up and be the source, you should look into Moda e Arte, an all-inclusive luxury destination workshop that brings internationally-recognized talents to teach attendants the tricks of the trade.

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Controversial Artist Jeff Koons Invades Paris With Michael Jackson & Balloon Animals

Dec 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Jeff Koons, the American artist known for his mirrored sculptures of ordinary objects like balloon animals and Lady Gaga's ARTPOP record cover, is the poster boy for consumerist art. Whether you think his work is pioneering or self-merchandising, there's no doubting his success—last year one of his balloon dogs sold for $58.4 million at a Christie's auction—so you may want to check out one of his shows so you can judge for yourself. 

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The Frank Gehry-Designed Fondation Louis Vuitton Museum is Now Open

Dec 6, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

The Fondation Louis Vuitton is now open. Original designs for the project began over ten years ago when Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVHM, the conglomerate that owns Louis Vuitton, tapped American architect Frank Gehry for plans to house his personal art collection.

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Nab Artwork from Alice Bandini, Mélissa Wago-Lala & Others at Le White’s Colorless Art Gallery

Nov 19, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

A new art gallery has opened in Saint-Ouen that is sure to be a hit with artists and minimalists alike. The Le White concept store just outside of Paris lives up to its name with an exhibit that is entirely white—from floor to ceiling every display, wall, window, even the light fixtures, are entire devoid of color.

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Scenic Cruises Adds 12-day Bordeaux River Excursion to 2015 Itinerary

Nov 19, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Scenic Cruises is headed to France! Adding a new 12-day Bordeaux River Cruise to its 2015 itineraries, the cruise line will offer seven departures between August and October starting at $5,580 per person. The tour will make stops along Cadillac, Saint-Émilion, Arcachon, Libourne, Médoc, and Cognac, where travelers will have the opportunity to sample brandy at Rémy Martin.

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Giorgio Armani Revisits Water Themes in Curated Pieces for Paris Photo Exhibit

Nov 13, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Over 160 exhibitors from 35 countries around the world are coming together for the 18th edition of Paris Photo, an annual photography art fair that takes place at the Grand Palais every fall. This year Giorgio Armani, an official sponsor of the event since 2011, will be showcasing images with a water theme for the fifth year in a row.

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The Finest of Fine Dining: Meet 5 of the Most Luxurious Restaurants in Paris

Oct 8, 2014  |   Contributor: Josie Sampson

Boasting some of the most supreme cuisine in the world, Paris is the epitome of luxury and glamour. If you’re looking for some seriously fine dining, you need not look any further than the City of Light. Here are our 5 top picks.

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Paris by Chanel: A Look at the Fashion Houses' 5 Most Significant City Locations

Sep 24, 2014  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Continuing their Inside Chanel series, Chapter 12 of the French fashion couturier’s film series named Paris by Chanel, takes consumers on a tour of the five locations in the city that are most significant to the house. Viewers will get a sneak peek into the Grand Palais, the current home of their runway shows as well as its atelier on Rue Cambon.

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Moulin Rouge and Le Crazy Horse Provide Sizzling Parisian Entertainment

Jul 29, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

After feasting on tasty patisseries, fine wines and French gourmet food, fancy something different in the City of Light? An evening’s entertainment at the Le Crazy Horse or Le Moulin Rouge in Paris might just be the ticket. The Féerie show at Le Moulin Rouge involves between around 40 male and female dancers on stage (often altogether) dressed (sometimes not so dressed) in costumes ranging from flamboyant ostrich feathers to transparent silk to colorful military uniforms. The performances make for a wonderful experience, transporting one back to the days of the late 19th century La Belle Époque and Henri... Read More

The Quaint Grand Hotel Du Palais Royal Combines Modern-Chic with Historical Distinction

Jul 28, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Location, location, location — if what the property experts say is true, then the Grand Hotel Du Palais Royal on Rue Saint-Honoré in central Paris couldn’t be more well-placed. Standing on our narrow fifth-floor balcony, a delightful view of La Basilique du Sacré Cœur de Montmartre can be seen to the right, and to the left, the Louvre. A short, three-minute walk brings one to the famed museum's glass pyramid, Comédie-Française and the banks of the Siene, and right into the heart of the fashion district.

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Have you Heard of France’s Little Well-Known Region of Pays de la Loire?

Jul 11, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

Pays de la Loire Atlantique is an oft-forgotten part of France, overlooked by many international travelers, but the diversity of its attractions and scenery makes it a region well-worth visiting. Here are four ways to enjoy an area that is a mere two-hour train journey by TGV from Paris.

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