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It's the season of Louis Vuitton, with dual exhibitions in Paris and Singapore. The history of Louis Vuitton, France’s most famous luxury leather bag maker and one of the leading lights of contemporary fashion, will be showcased at the Grand Palais in Paris from December 4, 2015 to February 21, 2016. The three-month event is designed to allow the general public to discover treasures from this giant’s past.Concurrently, the Louis Vuitton Series 3 exhibition is already underway at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. A deep dive into the world of Louis Vuitton.
Celebrate all things British at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong with a selection of traditional British finger sandwiches with mouth-watering fillings including smoked salmon and roast turkey. The best part is that you can enjoy a festive beauty consultation in the Burberry Beauty Box. Limited invitation will be issued to MO Bar afternoon tea guests while stock lasts.
Beijing will be the home of the worlds largest airport terminal and Zaha Hadid's architects are designing it. Initially accommodating 45 million passengers per year, the new terminal will be adaptable and sustainable, operating in many different configurations dependant on varying aircraft and passenger traffic throughout each day. Large sweeping, non-conforming arches, spans and curved angles on the interior have Hadid's design mark on them.
New Louis Vuitton's 'Spirit of Travel' campaign was shot in the desert in Palm Springs, a spectacular landscape of raw space and escapism captured by photographer Patrick Demarchelier. Starring Alicia Vikander and Michelle Williams whom represent different aspects of Louis Vuitton woman. A quest for freedom and adventure is what the campaign is all about.
Source: Luxury Insider
Mandarin Oriental Munich in Novembar welcomes new restaurant, the famous ‘Matsuhisa’ brand. It’s the fifth restaurant around the globe of the celebrated chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa which serves ‘New Style Japanese-Peruvian’ cuisine. The menu will have an emphasis on seafood, featuring signature dishes such as the legendary Black Cod and Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi with jalapeños, alongside grilled lamb cooked over tealeaves with Peruvian Anticucho sauce, as well as traditionally prepared sushi.
Source: Mandarin Oriental
The famous Harrods, a landmark of London is glaming up its entrance with £20 million rennovation. Founded in 1834 it was the first to bring escalators to England. Now is the time to spice it up with a bigger entrance hall, sixteen new double-escalators, restoration of old windows and a glass dome. Harrods will be even more tempting with its revamping look.
London’s moving landmarks – the famous black „old school“ taxis are to be replaced by new electric cabs. In 2018 London’s zero emission requirement for taxis is to be started, therefore the need for change has knocked on the door. The TX5 will be launched in the UK at the end of 2017. New taxis have better performances than the old ones and the manufacturer has managed to keep the soul of the London’s famous taxis. The comfort of the passengers and drivers is focused upon and of course the most important thing on the emission free drive. We look forward to the new ride.