At the beginning of the year, luxury is to travel, whether to Paris, Qatar or New York, it is also and perhaps above all to take care of yourself. Lunch at the Ritz, visit to an original exhibition, treatments and spa around the world or at home, here are the latest luxury novelties just for your eyes, chosen by Luxe Magazine!
Ritz Paris: a beautiful April Fool’s Day for Chef Eugénie Béziat
It is at the head of the prestigious restaurant L’Espadon that Chef Eugénie Béziat from April 1. After an African youth that gave her a taste for unexpected alliances, she continued her journey at Les Prés d’Eugénie*** with Michel Guérard, then with Michel Sarran**, before becoming Sous-Cheffe then Chef of the restaurant La Roya* in Corsica, and finally set down her bags in 2018 at La Flibuste restaurant in Villeneuve-Loubet – birthplace of Auguste Escoffier, 1st Chef of the Ritz Paris – where she obtained her first Michelin star in just 18 months. A passionate, creative chef involved in sustainable development, whose talents we are impatiently awaiting to discover at the Ritz Paris.
Qatar: the largest wellness center in the Middle East
A unique experience in the State of Qatar and its region: Zulal Wellness Resort has just opened its doors and has been awarded the prize of “Best wellness retreat in the world in 2020” by the World’s Spa Awards from the United Kingdom. Located in the north of Qatar, there is on 280,000 square meters the “Zulal Serenity” part for adults and “Zulal Discovery” for families. The treatments highlight traditional Arab and Islamic medicine as well as holistic well-being, providing relaxation and immersion in a bubble of serenity, in the heart of an enchanting setting. Suitable for both families and individual travellers, it is sure to make people happy.
Exhibition “The Drawn Jewel” at the School of Jewelry Arts
It is within the framework of a program around jewelery design – with the creation of a course on this theme and the publication of a beautiful book by Editions Norma – that this program is part of an ambitious project research set up by the School of Jewelry Arts. A little-known and little-studied work in its historical, technical and artistic aspects, jewelry design deserved that we take an interest in its history, its uses, but also in the artists who practiced it. We can therefore discover here some sixty drawings and notebooks, all from the Van Cleef & Arpels Fund on Jewelry Culture, and in particular a collection of graphic art presented for the first time to the general public, all in an immersive scenography that plunges the visitor in a life-size drawing. To discover without delay.
Dior Beauty: and there was light!
As a preview at Spa Dior – Cheval Blanc Paris, Dior Beauté and the French group Lucibel, leader in innovation and specialized in LEDs, exclusively present the OVE mask designed by Olivier Lapidus. The result is a combination of manual techniques and cutting-edge technologies, supported by treatments based on Dior floral science. Covering the entire face, this mask uses “photobiomodulation” technology to significantly reduce wrinkles and reshape the oval of the face, reviving the quality and youthfulness of the skin. Why OVE? The name is inspired by the eponymous term used in architecture and goldsmithing to designate an egg-shaped motif. What better name to symbolize the oval of the face? Olivier Lapidus, avant-garde in the world of fashion and digital, since he imagined in 1990, luminous textiles created by the Lyon weaver, Cédric Brochier for the first luminous dress in 1999, signs here a refined mask with a design futuristic, bearing the Dior logo in gold letters. A mask that alone symbolizes luxury, excellence and high technicality. Fiat lux!
Maison Valmont is coming to the Upper East Side
For its first boutique in the United States, La Maison Valmont chose the iconic Upper East Side hotel: The Carlyle, creating the union of two legendary names. The establishment also hosts the Spa Valmont a few steps away. Haven of peace for city dwellers with hectic lives, you will find the brand’s emblematic treatments, but also something to satisfy your thirst for beauty with an artistic experience space decorated with comfortable chairs where you can sit at ease. to view Fondation Valmont’s personal art collection. The new chic address on the Upper East Side to be noted on our shelves right now.
Leonor Greyl cocoons the hair in winter
Cold, temperature differences, various bad weather, all of this puts our bodies to the test. The health of our hair and scalp suffers. This is where Leonor Greyl’s Winter Ritual comes in. A winning trio to balance the scalp, gently detoxify and protect by moisturizing. We particularly like the Crème aux Fleurs, which leaves the hair soft and light, and its subtle vegetal fragrance. A ritual that we adopt for both men and women.
THE SCHOOL OF JEWELERY ARTS
31 rue Danielle Casanova – 75001 Paris
+33 1 70 70 38 40
Exhibition from October 14, 2021 to February 14, 2022
Free admission, by reservation
Book your slot on www.lecolevancleefarpels.com
The Valmont House New York
35, East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021
Tel : 646-891-4947
<<< Also read: MODES, an Italian institution, arrives in Paris with a concept store that is one step ahead>>>