Carole Bienaimé Besse in Cannes for the 69th Cannes Film Festival. We love her Diane Von Furstenberg blue dress, her Miu Miu clutch and Céline sunglasses. We also really like her necklace by Raphaele Canot and her bracelets from CSAO. A perfect summer look.
From the Cannes Film Festivalto the Monaco Grand Prix, some most stylish events take place on the French Riviera. To channel the lifestyle of the glitterati, make it your home between May and August, flitting between yachts in Monaco and villas in Saint Tropez. Be sure to spend time wine-tasting at the local vineyards and chateaux, buying bespoke perfume in Grasse and being ‘seen’ on Cannes‘ famous shopping street, Promenade de la Croisette. Continue reading “Soul Escape: Hotel du Cap, Antibes”→
In France, the 10h of May is a “national day of memory for slave trade, slavery and their abolition”. A large number of events are scheduled to take place across France and its territories with an emphasis on remembrance by European populations. Continue reading “May 10th: Memory For Slave Trade”→
We love Azzedine Alaïa!!! For his talent of course, and also because he is one of the last “Couturier” in the industry. Azzedine Alaïa is a “Monsieur” he creates Couture, not fashion… Continue reading “Chez Monsieur Alaïa”→
Today The Soul Edition is happy to focus on a woman we really love: Bisrat Negassi.
Bisrat isa very talented and prominent fashion designer. Her collections always bring something new to fashion. As she like to describe her brand, Negassi is transcultural fashion, a universal language inspires the creations. The Line represents a modern and classic design, with Afro/Asian influences and has a German conceptual perspective. Her creations are manufactured in Germany where she lives.Continue reading “Bisrat, Fashion Designer”→
Mouthful of miniature sponge-cake dipped in tea that became one of French literature’s most powerful metaphors may have been named for a 19th-century pastry cook, Madeleine Paulmier, who was a cook in the 18th century for Stanisław Leszczyński, whose son-in-law, Louis XV of France, named them for her. Continue reading “Recipe: Madeleines”→