travel

Weekday Wanderlust | Places: Château La Durantie, Encore Une Fois

by

Weekday Wanderlust | Places: Château La Durantie, Encore Une Fois

WE HAVE FEATURED Château La Durantie many times here at TIG, but every time we come across new photos, we can't help but revisit the French château, about an hour’s drive from Limoges, in the Dordogne, Southwest France. Built in 1840, the one-time residence of the Duke of Isly is now a popular wedding venue, and it's not difficult to see why, with its utterly romantic interiors and twelve acres of gardens. These beautiful images were created by UK-based Brett Charles Photography. Scroll through for more...

02-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

03-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

04-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous



05-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

06-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

07-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous



09-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

08-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous

10-Places | Chateau La Durantie-This Is Glamorous



Recently at TIG...

News 01.23.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Alex Bolen, the chief executive of Oscar de la Renta, planned to have his new store in Paris open around this week, just in time for the couture shows. He planned to have a presence in the city even if he didn’t have a show. He had it all figured out.

A Few of our NYC Editor’s Current Favourite Editorials

google_ad_client = "ca-pub-1097534370314210"; google_ad_slot = "2030677212"; google_ad_width = 970; google_ad_height = 90; Notes on Fashion – A Few Editorial A beautiful snowfall was supposed to descend upon New York this weekend. I dreamed of walking through Central Park with my camera and a hot cocoa. Instead, we have freezing rain. It was the perfect weekend »

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

THIS WEEKEND we rented a scooter (our first time!) and drove to the beach, the wind in our hair on the quiet city streets. Today, it’s a holiday here, the shops are closed and the city is quiet, with many out of town for an extra long weekend. If you had believed in the idea of “Blue Monday”—that is, the idea that the third Monday in January is the most depressing day of the year, good news: the concept is actually pseudoscience, made up by a holiday company in 2005 to sell summer vacation packages. Don’t you feel better now? January is really not that bad, for it is a time of new beginnings…

Follow us on Instagram @thisisglamorous

0 Notes
  • Thank you for stopping in to say hello — it's lovely to hear from you!

    Please note that comments are moderated for spam, profanity, hate speech or seek to promote a personal or unrelated business.