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Mini Trend: Tracksuits & Blazers

IF YOU HAD THOUGHT that the athleisure trend wasn’t going to last, you’re probably beginning to realise, five years along, that not only is it here to stay, but it’s only just beginning…

Countryside & Farmhouse Style

OUR LIVING ROOM in the English countryside has those charming wood ceiling beams that you would expect in a cottage in the countryside. And since moving here, my décor tastes have moved, understandably, in the direction of farmhouse and countryside styles…

News 11.15.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

The story starts with a gothic mansion, all stone turrets and peaked windows, a fortress-like structure. The camera descends from a dark swirling sky to a full moon to finally frame the mansion.

In the Atelier With: Shee’s Fine Jewelry

As you know, at The Shop each year, we add a rotating range of new designers to our carefully curated selection of jewellery. And so, to highlight the talented designers we carry, we’re bringing you this series to showcase the créateurs we’re currently working with. This week, we’re featuring the intricate and elegant, art deco informed line: Shee’s Fine Jewellery

Our Paris Editor’s Latest Skincare Favourites

I have been obsessing (perhaps a bit too much lately) over perfect skin. I have drastically changed my lifestyle lately and I have seen only good results. Starting in September, I began a strict sleeping schedule. I have cut cheese from my diet, and I am dedicating time for physical activity at least once a week. And alongside all of this, I have been experimenting with all kinds of skincare products, some of them with no incredible results, but a few that are really worth it.
These are some of the products that I instantly fell in love with and wanted to share with you!

News 11.13.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

A decade ago, an internet video start-up called Hulu boldly declared an end to the era of paid TV. The company announced that users would be able to watch their favorite shows over the internet, “anytime, anywhere, for free.”

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