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Trussardi Uomo & Trussardi Donna

“Trussardi Uomo and Trussardi Donna are a synthesis of our world. These elegant fragrances with a distinct personality were specially created for strong-willed, sensuous modern men and women. Trussardi Uomo and Trussardi Donna celebrate our one hundred years of family history, leather-working tradition and continuous innovation.” -Beatrice Trussardi

Trussardi expresses a new lifestyle based on excellence. For one hundred years the brand has represented the solidity and creativity of a fashion house and the commitment and values of a family. Trussardi Group wants to help people make their lives more elegant, fascinating, sophisticated, and exciting. Research has always been the point of departure of every product and project of Trussardi Group, which respects its unique heritage while instilling it with exciting contemporary perspectives.

Trussardi is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2011. To underscore its century-long existence and hard work, it has decided to launch its new Trussardi Donna and Trussardi Uomo perfumes. The two fragrances are completely new, yet they bring to mind the first Trussardi perfumes introduced in the 1980s, to which they are a heartfelt tribute. The two new Trussardi fragrances represent Italian excellence and the excellence of this renowned brand.

For more info visit Trussardi Uomo & Trussardi Donna’s official website

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Agent Provocateur Fragrance

Agent Provocateur has always understood the important marriage between scent and seduction. With a unique vision of femininity, the brand has created a successful fragrance portfolio that started more than a decade ago. Inspired by The 1940’s Hollywood femme fatale, the latest fragrance offerings from Agent provocateur are enticing, seductive and enigmatic scents with an irresistible signature personality exemplifying the dichotomy of the Femme Fatale.

The outrageously bold and enticing top note of FATALE is a striking blend of spicy Pink Pepper from Madagascar, succulent Mango and exotic Blackcurrant for an indescribably mysterious opening sensation that scintillates the senses. The voluptuous floral heart seduces with uber-feminine, heavenly Gardenia, edged with elegant, woody, violet-scented Orris Absolute, and smoky touches of Indonesian Patchouli and finishes with a sultry, creamy Vanilla Orchid, irresistible Chocolate Gourmand and leathery Spanish Labdanum base.

The second Fatale offering, FATALE Pink is a softer finish, the captivating top note is a blend of Iced Mediterranean Tangerine, Exclusive Pear Flower and addictive Yuzu Whipped Crème, for a fresh, lush, creamy opening. A blushing floral heart is composed of the exotic and mysterious Night- Blooming Datura, transparent fruity nuances of the Madame Camellia Flower and watery Asian Pink Lotus for a delicately graceful and feminine bouquet. The carnal base adds dimension and texture with Moonlight Bamboo and Musk adding a second skin of sensuality. Indian Black Saffron creates dark complexity and intrigue long after she is gone.

The advertising concept of the Fatale scents plays with the juxtaposition between toughness and softness. Mónica Cruz stars in the darkly delightful campaign imagery presenting a vision of intense femininity represented in layers of lace and figure defining lingerie. She embodies the ultimate femme fatale, radiating sensuality and enticing admirers with her enigmatic scent.

“For me it is a great pleasure to be able to continue collaborating with Agent Provocateur. Our relationship started two years ago and I ́m delighted that it continues to grow and develop into new areas. I am privileged that they have seen in me the quality that they wish to communicate with this new fragrance. I just hope I am up to the task and that I can continue to enjoy working with them, as I always have, right from the very first moment.” – Mónica Cruz

For more info visit Agent Provocateur Fragrance’s official website

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Anantara Bangkok Riverside

Set on the banks of the grand Chao Phraya River, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa is a thriving oasis offering a unique way to experience the City of Angels. Majestic palms swaying in the breeze. Spa treatments hidden within lush tropical gardens. Luxurious suites lit by the twinkle of the city skyline. Delectable meals fusing tastes from around the globe.

Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa combines the best of both worlds. A tropical paradise set within the urban jungle, this Bangkok luxury hotel makes the most of its city location and resort environment. The serene grounds are a gentle base from which to explore everything the city has to offer. Temples famed for their decadent beauty. River trips to explore the Thailand of yore. Daily excursions to the city centre are frequent and offer the charisma of old Siam, the riverside Bangkok hotel is an oasis to return to whenever you desire.

Situated on 11 riverside acres of verdant gardens, Anantara Bangkok Riverside seamlessly blends the thrill of urban living with the serene charms of tropical luxury. Imparted with Thai tradition and legendary Anantara service, this exotic Bangkok resort offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of the busy metropolis. Take in the sunset from the edge of the pier, watching as river life unfolds before your eyes. Indulge in pampering spa treatments set in the tranquil environment of your own private garden. Enjoy unforgettable meals at any of there 10 bars or restaurants, each offering individual delicacies. Discover a new entertainment and lifestyle complex at Asiatique nightmarket, Bangkok’ s latest landmark for shopping and nightlife. Embrace the unique harmony of luxury and nature within this stunning Bangkok resort & spa.

For more info visit Anantara Bangkok Riverside’s official website

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Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok

An oasis of tranquillity, relaxation and luxury in the heart of the city, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok opened its doors to guests in March 1986. The hotel’s prime location on the famous Chao Phraya River, the “River of Kings,” contributed to its rapid popularity as a city-resort welcoming a wide range of guests including business travellers, tourists, and meeting and incentive groups.

The success of the first 25-storey Shangri-La Wing (673 rooms) led to the opening in August 1991 of a smaller, more exclusive second tower, the Krungthep Wing. While benefiting from all the facilities of the main wing, the Krungthep Wing (129 rooms) is an independent tower with its own reception and lobby.

Harmony, tranquillity and elegance served as the inspiration for the design of Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok. A modern Western decor is enhanced by the rich beauty of Thai decorative motifs and colourful handcrafted artwork found in all parts of the hotel. The superbly decorated guestrooms and suites offer the best of modern amenities and conveniences in a soothing East meets West decor. Graceful and gentle Thai hospitality and service enhance the warm ambience of this dramatic riverside property.

A thorough redevelopment has also brought new sophistication to the reception, Lobby Lounge and the 673 guestrooms and suites of the Shangri-La Wing. All rooms have been rewired with digital cabling, ample power points and wireless Internet. There is enhanced work desk lighting, flat screen televisions and a multi-purpose dining table/desk. Streamlined bay windows allow optimum river views. There are larger bathrooms with new deep-soaking tubs and separate showers.

The two hotel towers, which encircle the lush gardens, serve as a perfect backdrop to the pool areas. Two tropical swimming pools, one exclusively for guests staying in the luxurious Krungthep Wing, and large sunbathing spaces are popular with guests who enjoy relaxing next to the river. Palm trees, flowering bougainvillea, orchids and bird of paradise flowers lend to the exotic ambience. With space spanning almost a quarter of a mile on the Chao Phraya River, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok has the longest river frontage of any inner-city hotel.

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok became the first hotel in Thailand to be awarded HACCP certification (Food and Beverage Services) in September 2006 and the first hotel in Thailand to achieve ISO 14001 certification (Environment Management System) in January 2000.

State-of-the-art meeting facilities, including a spacious and grander pillar-free Grand Ballroom featuring a high-tech handy AMX Touch Panel and LED lighting system and a variety of aesthetically pleasing function rooms, have made the hotel a centre for international meetings and conferences and a venue for welcoming foreign dignitaries. For a hotel that routinely hosts royalty and heads of state, precision timing, impeccable service and attention to detail are expected and provided. The meeting rooms of the new Garden Rooms – Event Suites are designed for Bangkok’s stylish functions and social events, and the include the Chairman’s Room and the Garden Gallery, which both open to lush gardens beside the pool. A modern Business Centre offers all types of business services to guests.

With picture window views of the garden, the Health Club offers a complete gymnasium, steam room, massage and state-of-the-art exercise equipment. Aerobics and fitness classes are scheduled daily. Rooftop tennis courts and squash courts, with floodlights for evening games, are available for guest use.

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok offers a truly superior choice of cuisine and restaurants. The chic new Salathip offers Thai cuisine next to the river with classical dance performances, Shang Palace presents Chinese cuisine by chefs from Hong Kong, Italian dishes are available at Angelini Restaurant and Bar, which has an open kitchen and pizza oven, and NEXT2 Café by the river provides extensive buffet meals, and Asian and continental cuisine. Guests can also enjoy Shangri-La’s Horizon nightly luxury dinner cruise with a delicious international buffet. The latest two outlets at the lobby level are The Chocolate Boutique, a rendezvous to enjoy signature chocolates and beverages, and The Long Bar, featuring a bar counter that is 14.2 metres long overlooking the River of Kings for creative drinks and snacks.
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok’s location is perfect for business or pleasure. Only a few steps from the Krungthep Wing is the Saphan Taksin skytrain station. The skytrain offers rapid, convenient access to many important business and shopping areas of the city as well as MTR subway connection. Situated on the river, the hotel provides ideal river access to the historic parts of Bangkok such as the Grand Palace, the Temple of Dawn and the Royal Barge Museum.

Inspired by traditional Asian healing philosophies to restore personal harmony and balance, the signature therapies of CHI, The Spa indulge your senses, soothe the body and revitalise the spirit. Featuring the most luxurious private spa suites in Bangkok, complete with memorable bathing and sauna facilities, CHI gives you the luxury of personal space and timelessness for an experience like no other.

For more info visit Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok’s official website

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While Villa Ambra might represent the epitome of holiday luxury, its location means it’s an intrinsic part of traditional Balinese rural life. The farming families who plant, nurture, and harvest the ricefields, and the fishermen who take to the sea according to the wind and the currents are part of the Villa Ambra experience. They often perform religious ceremonies on the beach in front of the villa. Coming and going to the villa, you’ll see the current phase in rice cultivation, and if you walk up the beach a couple of hundred metres, you can enjoy watching the fishermen putting to sea, or returning with their catch. Guests quickly respond to the natural rhythms of dawn and dusk, and the ebb and flow of the tides. The cares and pressures of city life seem to melt away and are swiftly replaced with serene relaxation. A welcome opportunity to recharge and renew body and spirit.

Villa Ambra has 45 metres of beach frontage, and each of its five bedrooms has expansive and unimpeded sea views. A unique ambience that combines total relaxation with utter luxury and comfort. Living areas are beautifully aligned to the beach, the sea and the sky. Each bedroom has its own en-suite bathroom, individually designed and furnished. There is a large sitting room on the ground floor and another upstairs. Both are open to sea breezes. The dining room, which seats ten, is air-conditioned, but has French doors which can be flung open instead. There is a home cinema with high definition projector and wide screen. Expansive gardens and lawn extend right to the beach.

To get to the beach you simply step off the grass and on to the sand. There are two interconnected pools. The larger infinity pool totals 100 square metres, while the children’s pool is 21 square metres and only 60 cm deep. You can enjoy the garden jacuzzi which is large enough for eight adults. There are very comfortable lounging and dining areas right at the edge of the beach, as well as a shady bale to relax in. Both provide unobstructed ocean and sunset views.

As the wonderful and delightful Villa Ambra owners, Ellen and Geoff (as seen in the pictures circa 1970), stay in the villa several months of the year that makes a real difference. They have high expectations of comfort and practicality. Furniture, fittings, fixtures – not only have to look good, they have to be genuinely comfortable and they have to function the way they are meant to. They make sure they do, and their guests benefit as a result. Most importantly, their divine staff will look after you, superbly.

Villa Ambra is fortunate to have three highly skilled chefs, who provide an eclectic menu selection offering Western, authentic Indonesian, and other Asian cuisine. Their Thai food is particularly awesome. On the other hand, if you just want a burger, they’ll make it themselves from a piece of steak, they’ll make the sesame bun, and they’ll make triple-cooked hand-cut fries à la Heston Blumenthal. The choice is yours!


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The Wraith

The Wraith










Wraith is the boldest new powerful Rolls-Royce that has played host to the famous Spirit of Ecstasy figurine. Featuring a contemporary two-door design, the Wraith’s striking fastback body exudes power, style and drama that inspired by the great Grand Tourers throughout the 1950s-1960s. Finished in diamond black upper and electric red lower, this two-tone presentation complements Wraith’s sweeping fastback design that gives the car its own unique character.


Bold lines with tension in the panels and a raked rear screen evoke the image of a world class athlete poised in the starting blocks. Further expression of this dynamic intent can also be seen in Wraith’s deeply recessed grille and wide rear track with performance delivers on the promise of its styling. Power delivery is effortless, but dramatic, thanks to a V12 engine married to 8-speed automatic ZF transmission. 624 bhp is available to the driver while the 0-100 km/h sprint is achieved in 4.6 seconds. Coach doors open to reveal a sumptuous interior complete with the softest Phantom-grade leathers in seashell and expanses of wood called candela panelling. The interior ambiance is complemented by Starlight Headliner – a Bespoke feature available beyond Phantom family cars for the first time with 1,340 fibre optic lamps are hand-woven into the roof lining to give the impression of a glittering, starry night sky.


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Flare Effect

Flare Effect









The CLA is set to establish a new segment with world-leading aerodynamics and avant-garde coupé design for its latest cat. Its breathtakingly sporty proportions and powerfully dynamic design idiom, with its interplay between concave and convex surfaces give this four door coupé its unmistakable look that has been voted Germany’s most beautiful car. As a further testament to its outstanding design, the style rebel was bestowed the coveted red dot award in the world’s most renowned design competition, which recognizes well-thought-out and future-oriented design. The vehicle’s striking features include the bonnet embedded in the front end with powerdomes and the diamond radiator grille. The light modules and LEDs behind the headlamp cover glass have been arranged in such a way as to create the characteristic “flare effect” for the daytime driving lights and indicators. This light signet defines the car’s energetic appearance and shapes a new Mercedes face.









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Giorgio Armani Autumn/Winter 2012/13

Portraying the new Armani silhouette with its exaggerated volumes in an almost retro manner, Giorgio Armani has revealed strong, penetrating images for their 2012/12 Autumn/Winter advertising campaign this week.
With its sleek editorial feel, the campaign, photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, is described by the fashion label as “intense, paint-like black and white, with a few sharp and ultra-coloured shots…graphic poses and an ageless elegance marking intense images of great visual impact”. The stunning Aymeline Valade and Simon Neddman portray the collection, evidently showcasing how well Giorgio Armani reinterprets sharp classic tailoring for their most recent collection.

The campaign is to make its worldwide debut this July on fashion and lifestyle magazines.

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Shoes For A Star

Salvatore Ferragamo presents Red Carpet, the first customised project for women’s evening shoes. And they’ll get the full works. Red Carpet allows the customer to choose their shoes from a selection of six models, including pumps, sandals and open toe designs. Then proceed to select the colour from a palette of 24 shades of satin to best match with their outfit, and receive their Ferragamo shoes, made by the Florentine maison, after six weeks. The Red Carpet project is now available at Ferragamo’s Paragon flagship store. Fantastico!

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