Nothing spells luxury quite like Louis XIII, the rarest and most expensive cognac in the world, first created in 1874 by the House of Rémy Martin. 1,355 more words
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The cinema, like the theatre before it, is a site of varying purposes; primarily entertainment but also the passing on of information. Stories as a means of resistance; the cinema screen as a window into a world potential, or a mirror back to the world of the viewer – everyday problematics emphasised, authorities undermined, and individual experiences made universal on screen. 2,820 more words
Can you believe it’s already the end of the year? I can’t. I’m not sure I can handle how fast time is flying.
One thing I am sure of is that New Year’s Eve calls for fun – maybe crazy – parties with friends and family. 356 more words
Louis XIII Cognac’s most recent activation is a great example of how luxury brands are aligning with meaningful causes and influencers to appeal to luxury consumers’ growing desire to feel their purchases are part of something bigger than themselves. 104 more words