Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is a story about love – the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us and the exhilarating and often terrifying ride it takes us on. READ MORE
The British creator has just announced an exhibition of art in itself which aims to merge their greatest inspirations of recent years in one space. READ MORE
Her concept Heels & Spaghetti is already salivating the masses on Instagram. After modelling, the Belgian gastronome Charlotte Collard, hyperactive entrepreneur and mother of three girls, is launching an enticing project that combines fashion and something more …..gastronomy. READ MORE
The creation of olfactory scents may as well be considered a sport in France, with good reason – home to arguably the most prestigious fragrance schools in the world, becoming a ‘le nez’ (that’s Nose, in case your French is dusty) comes with it infinite prestige. READ MORE
Miami: American city of Miami is the second most populous in Florida State. The reason , it is a powerful hub for shopping and a lively nightlife, with great bars, restaurants and clubs that last until sunrise, Miami also has good museums and beautiful historic buildings. READ MORE
Works of art, the masterpiece of the artist in the gallery, we are familiar with seeing them in the museum. But in order to keep up with the changing times we’re are also seeing them in digital media too, best example being Instagram. READ MORE
To commemorate 10 years of commitment to film and to honor artists who have left their mark on contemporary cinema, Jaeger-LeCoultre will present a photographic exhibition on the island Lido during the Venice Film Festival , from 2 to 12 September, entitled Behind the Scenes. READ MORE
Elsa venting her spleen singing on snowclad foothills after freezing guts out of HER people in FROZEN made everyone believe (or atleast visualise), they can perform similar feat (singing) barely clothed in subzero temp, but in reality you get HYPOTHERMIA instead of OLAF. Cryotherepy allows you to experience subzero temperature in controlled READ MORE
Join Museo Salvatore Ferragamo in a unique examination of the complex relationship between fashion and art, and its relevance in today’s society.
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Set to represent Australian womenswear at the International Woolmark Prize final in New York today, Bianca Spender is a born contender.
Kiehl’s brings its East Village apothecary vibe to Melbourne’s Chadstone for a swinging store opening.
Nominated for his fifth Oscar, can Leonardo DiCaprio’s lead role in the frontier epic The Revenant be the ticket to finally securing the golden statuette?
Oscar nominees for the 88th annual awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles. Australian talent features prominently in the list of Oscar hopefuls.
Louis Vuitton turns over a new leaf in 2016, promising to help the world’s vulnerable children. #MAKEAPROMISE
Cinema, that is.
Post-Paris attacks, L’Officiel spoke to Aurélie Saada (right) one half of French pop-duo, Brigitte, the other half of which is neighbour and bestie Sylive Hoarau. The sultry performers will bring their retro chic sounds to Australia early next year for So Frenchy So Chic.
A humid spring night in Melbourne was the backdrop for a celebration. Rosé, champagne, fresh seafood, a string duo and the star attractions—Monet’s blooming garden in Giverny and Klimt’s golden mosaic-like paintings— reimagined as timeless jewellery.
A toast to the Masters.
Lisa Tomasetti is an award winning photographer and visual artist who has been practicing since 1990. Her latest exhibition, opening today, features striking photos of the Australian Ballet on their international tours in Paris, Tokyo and New York.
To celebrate the release of the newest James Bond instalment, Spectre, the House of Bollinger—which has been allied with her Majesty’s famous secret agent since 1979—has created a limited edition crystal set to express the ultimate in refinement and excellence so intrinsic to 007.
The giant Francophile picnic and music fest, So Frenchy So Chic, is returning for its fifth outing in Melbourne and third time for Sydney in January 2016. In the meantime, Parisian style icon and restless creative Lou Doillon who leads the lineup, has released the bluesy single “Where To Start” from her upcoming album Lay Low.
Abstract, lyrical, hopeful, apocalypic. In September’s L’Officiel uncover the charged silences in the paintings of Romanian-born Canadian artist, Andrada Anghel.
Documentary film-maker Albert Maysles (GREY GARDENS, GIMME SHELTER) turns his lens to Iris Apfel, style icon and muse, famous for her sharp wit as much as her flamboyant dress sense. IRIS is a story about creativity, design and of course, the incredible sartorial choices of this inspirational 93 year-old New Yorker.
IRIS portrays a woman whose enthusiasm for fashion, art and people are life’s sustenance and reminds us that dressing, and indeed life, is nothing but an experiment.
To celebrate the Australian release, we are giving away 10 passes. For your chance to win tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form on our contact us page.
From Russia with opulence. The grandest external loan the Hermitage has ever undertaken, Masterpieces from the Hermitage – The Legacy of Catherine the Great at Melbourne’s NGV brings together some 450 treasures from sister city, St Petersburg.
“We tend to forget the classic, authentic French flavours. What is really important is to use the freshest and best basic ingredients, and everything to be homemade from A to Z.” – Mercédé Coubard, A la folie Patisserie
Baguettes freshly baked in a suburban boulangerie, to Brie Mariotte and aged Reypenaer in your neighbourhood café; there is no reason why you can’t experience the authentic taste of French staples in Melbourne. Bastille Day 2015 Melbourne brought some of the most inspiring French culinary experts and business owners under one roof at the State Library Victoria. READ MORE