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The Greenwich Hotel of New York


The Greenwich hotel has 88 Rooms and Suites, of which each one is unique!

Perfect combination between modern technology with flat screen TV’s, laptop computers… And multicultural influences, throughout furniture which constitutes the atypical characteristic of the Hotel.
Hand-loomed Tibetan silk rug, English leather settees, Swedish beds, unique design patterns of the bathrooms, Italian Cararra marble or also Moroccan hand-laid is what you can find in The Greenwich Hotel.

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The Greenwich Hotel features a bar restaurant named Locanda Verde. The talented Italian chef Andrew Carmellini serves his food at Locanda Verde, a casual Italian tavern in TriBeCa.

Andrew Carmellini’s Italian food shares the bill with Karen DeMasco, one of the New York’s best pastry chefs, who offers you a range of pastries and desserts at Locanda Verde.


The Greenwhch Hotel features as well the private Shibui Spa considered by guests as an Asian sanctuary. Shibui Spa is a space to unwind, the perfect balance between traditional Asian technics and modernity, where you can relax your body and your mind. A piece of Asia, in the middle of New-York, that’s what the Greenwich Hotel offers you.

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Mirae the new very feminine fashion brand

With 7 mini-collections a year, the designer Tara Jarmon, accompanied by her daughter and a stylist, launches Mirae, a new feminine brand, colorful and authentic.

They are three. First, there is Tara Jarmon, founder of the eponymous brand. Then there is his daughter, Camille Jarmon. And then Edith Cabane. Each gave a syllable of her first name to form the brand Mirae, launched April 7, she had no trouble seducing us.

All three have acquired their affirmed experiences in ready-to-wear at Tara Jarmon. Edith held the position of stylist, and Camille has made his weapons on the digital and retail component of the brand.

After studying business marketing in the United States, Camille Jarmon returned to France and moved to her mother’s Parisian home. Regularly, they find themselves in the evening around a glass of wine to talk about fashion. Accomplices, but especially ambitious, the two women are already drawing in their dreams the first fruits of their future brand to come.

After the sale of the brand Tara Jarmon, in September 2016 to the Italian company Ams Industries, the dream becomes possible. Just a year later, the three associates set up Mirae with the idea of ​​creating a 100% digital label, backed by Instagram, a new oracle of brand communication.

On their account @miraeparis, launched in February, the brand distills clichés of their first collection incarnated by sisters, such as a colorful moodboard that celebrates life, women, sensuality, greed, emotions … So many sons reds that build the DNA of the young brand on a daily basis.

In the first collection, launched in early April, there are about twenty references to the colors of the sun announcing the arrival of beautiful days around airy and floral dresses, jazzy pants with seventies influences and tops that are knit as desired. To complete this first series, the brand has designed a line of sandals at the passable heel and a velvet goat evening bag.


We can not wait to see the next collection!





Estelle Varillon

One of these fashion designers who changed history: Jeanne Paquin

The gorgeous Jeanne Paquin is one of the most important couturiers of the early twentieth century. She was known for her innovative designs as well as her entrepreneurial qualities.


It is in 1869, in the old Ile Saint Denis, in the border of Paris (France), that Jeanne Marie Charlotte Beckers was born. Known in the fashion world as Jeanne Paquin, she started young in a local dress shop, and then she trained at the prestigious French fashion house Maison Rouff.

The fashion designer quickly worked her way up. By age 22, Jeanne Beckers married the businessman Isidore Rene Jacob best known as Paquin, and with his financial support she opened her own couture house.

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The House Paquin was located on 3 rue de la Paix in Paris, not far from the exceptional designer worth.

The House Paquin became soon famous and built the brand as an international company. Foreign branches were opened in London and New York, in 1912, and in Buenos Aires and Madrid, in 1914.

The prestigious House of Paquin had a rich and famous clientele. Garments was designed by Madam Pacquin for the Queens all around the world, for the wives of American tycoons such as the Rockfellers, Vanderbilts, Astors, Ballantines, and Wannamakers, as well as famous actresses such as La Belle Époque stars, like Liane de Pougy or La Belle Otero.

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Mme Paquin designed garments for all occasions ranging from luxurious filmy pastel evening gowns reminiscent of Eighteenth Century elegance, vibrant Oriental- inspired garments, extravagant evening wraps, chic tailored dresses and suits. She also produced uncanny and fancy hats.

Jeanne Paquin was a brilliant artist who crafted imaginative and innovative garments, neither functional nor comfortable as well as modern clothings. Madame Paquin was the face of the Paquin House as well as the head designer and and the head of the House.

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To create stunning and breathtaking visual effects, the brilliant Jeanne Paquin used nonpareil sewing techniques and selected fabrics and decorations that harmonized color and light.

To conclude with words of Robert Forrest, who wrote that: “Fashion once simply did not know what to wear until Madame Paquin brought out her season’s models, and, as for her competitors, their plight was pitiful.”

Vêtements, a name so common as he allows to hide.

The choice of this label, which activates an avalanche of results on Google but never the one that we look for, is not completely owed probably not at random.

“To be invisible on the Internet, it is the dream!” said Demna Gvasalia, indicated as spokesman of this collective mode which has the selfies and “personal branding” in horror.

Two years ago, nobody knew this claw, mixture of recycled secondhand clothes (are needed two vintage pants to create a jeans) and of pieces which confuse the issue of the male – feminine: bomber and trench coat enters spirit motorcyclist and codes army, suddenly shaken by a brightness of fuchsia stitch. Unsheathes it casual can also be sulfurous. Around Demna Gvasalia in the collective, two stylists crossed as him by Maison Martin Margiela, his brother who takes care of the sales management and a trainee ” who makes a little of everything “. At 36 years old, Demna spent four years to study the fashion to the Academy of Antwerp, four years to work for Maison Martin Margiela and almost three years at Louis Vuitton, where he observed Marc Jacobs, ” of a crazy creativity “, then Nicolas Ghesquière, ” an ultimate perfectionist « .

In March, 2015, Vêtements was a part of finalists of the prize LVMH for the young fashion designers. Six months later, Demna was announced to succeed Alexander Wang in the artistic direction of Balenciaga. Over there, he did not content itself with the feminine ready-to-wear clothing. He presented the first male parade of the history of the brand. A very talented art director who allowed Balenciaga to introduce a new breath, just like Vêtements which appears as revelation of its time, the one who gives birth to the “normcore” and ignites for the recollections of these 90s having seen emerging the “antifashion”.




Estelle Varillon

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