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Jardin Majorelle Collection


“Passion For Craftsmanship"


Alexandra d’Arnoux Visits Stephen di Renza, Creative Director of Jardin Majorelle, Fondation Pierre Berge – Yves Saint Laurent

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Caumont Interiors
Bruno de Caumont speaks with Esensual Living about La Villa Verte, the designer’s stunning home in Ho Chi Minh City
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Le Refuge des Aiglons

Weekend Luxury Getaway

Oscar Lucien's Refuge des Aiglons Stunning Makeover

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Denis Colomb Lifestyle


“Their luxury is transcendent" .....Vogue


Alexandra d'Arnoux sits down with the Los Angeles-based designer Denis Colomb to talk about preserving artisan techniques to create hand woven luxury from Nepal, what makes luxury, and the social responsibility to give back to the community.  

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Hotel Watch: Hotel de Crillon
The renovation of the iconic Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel is infused with inspiration and artistry. The vision was to preserve the architectural riches of the 18th century while bringing the hotel into the 21st century with the state-of-the-art amenities of a contemporary palace, including an exciting range of unique dining and drinking options; an alluring and sophisticated spa; a newly created, ethereal swimming pool; and more. Balancing conservation and transformation, the hotel’s existing spaces have been remodelled for elegance and comfort, while new public areas have been added, in keeping with the hotel’s vocation as a celebration of modern French art de vivre.
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Dasha Zhukova's Moscow

A mover and shaker in Moscow's thriving contemporary art world, Dasha Zhukova has been on the move since she founded the Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture in 2008. With a gleaming new structure in Moscow's Gorky Park, designed by Rem Koolhaas, Garage has made its mark on the contemporary art scene with a series of international exhibitions including Louise Bourgeois and an upcoming triennial exhibition devoted to Russian art.

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A city that never sleeps.....
everything is possible and
accessible 24/7, from food to
blowouts & manicure."
                   -Dasha Zhukova

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Hotel Watch: Cheval Blanc Courchevel
To celebrate it’s 10th year, Cheval Blanc Courchevel has unveiled a new look reimagined by Sybille de Margerie as perfectly polished works of art with Zebrano marble and blond woods. The indoor pool resembles a cocoon with crystal glass garlands and delicate chandeliers, reflects the surface of the water as a snow white ceramic polar bear splashes alongside swimmers.
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Hotel Watch: The Laslett
Recently named Outstanding New Hotel by the Independent Hotel Show 2016, The Laslett is an under-the-radar gem of Britcreative Cool. Tucked away in the heart of Notting Hill, this 51 room listed property is spread across five connecting townhouses.
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GALIGNANI

«Just think Marcel Proust came here to buy his note books… » Danielle Cillien-Sabatier

Esensual Living and the Galignani Library team up to introduce a monthly’s selection of exceptional Lifestyle and Design books. Take your pick and enjoy !

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Hotel Watch: Hotel Providence

Following on the success of his latest bohemian chic Brasserie Barbes, Pierre Moussie and his wife Elodie have unveiled a discreet and under the radar find. A stone's throw from the Petit Saint Martin Theatre, Hotel Providence is a labor of love. Recently named # 2 on the top ten list of Paris Hotels by Conde Nast, this gem is located on a charming cobbled street next to the bohemian and trendy area of the canal Saint Martin and the Marais. It is a lively neighborhood with a wide choice of cafés, restaurants and original boutiques.

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