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Sweet Fragonard

What is it to have taste? Most people can taste, in that they are aware of the sense, but that is not the same as having taste. 361 more words

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A Postcard From...Nice

We’ve recently returned from our nicoise style honeymoon, all be it eight months late! However this¬†was a trip that uncovered a city rich in history, full of flavour and combines together a great mix of old and new. 716 more words


The Famous Artworks That Inspired 15 Films

There is a fascinating interplay between the visual cultures of film and art. Directors have frequently used imagery from painting and other art forms to shape the look and meaning of their works. 1,649 more words


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Fragonard...au Carrousel du Louvre

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Frankly speaking, this name evokes a sensory image of stuffy, old french perfumes…not something I would ever spend my Euros on. However, a few years ago during one of my visits to the Louvre, I got bored! 153 more words


Which is your favorite fragrance: Galimard, Fragonard, Molinard? Or maybe 3 is the lucky number?

Grasse is the most charming small medieval town I saw so far, perfect to relax after the hectic Cote d’Azur: sun, sea, fun, the crowds in Nice, etc. 1,129 more words


Vivienne Westwood- an Enchanted Spirit.

Vivienne Westwood.

Life Enthusiast. Fashion Genius. Astonishing and Inspiring Woman. Rebel. Non-Orthodox. Non- Conformist. Dame.

She is my ¬†Great British inspiration. It’s not even an attempt on my part to sketch a portrait of this stupendous woman. 457 more words

Toujours Grasse: serenity, roses and lavender

Grasse, the perfumes city, it’s so close yet as I was to discover light years away from Nice and all the modern glamour of Cote d’Azur. 1,349 more words