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Dolce & Gabanna: debut in Monaco

Dolce&Gabbana store in Monte Carlo

Finally, it’s  time to welcome a new Dolce & Gabbana boutique in Monte Carlo. Strategically located in the city centre, the flagship  store is just two steps away from the Place du Casino – 2, Boulevard des Moulins, at the foot of the new building  “La Petite Afrique”. It covers 800 square metres of retail space over three levels, and it …

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Showroom at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo: for those who know how to dress with style!

Hip Bazaar Show Room in Fairmont Monte-Carlo

The presentation of the spring / summer collection of Hip Bazaar boutique will be held on March 31  from 5 pm till 8 pm at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo Hotel. It is truly a lucky finding for those who love and know how to dress with style. 7 different brands will be there to dress you for the new season. Come …

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Exclusive presentation of jewelry collection at Hotel Metropole this weekend

Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen

Christmas is coming! It means that soon we’ll be stressed looking for gifts. To help you with hard time of making a choice, we are pleased to invite you for an exclusive presentation and personalized styling sessiong of the signature jewelry collection by the renowned “OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN”, purveyor to the royal Danish court in the cozy and warm atmosphere of …

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Isabell Kristensen and her new collection

Isabell Kristensen

Danish designer, Isabell Kristensen, owns a boutique in Monaco-Ville that features exclusive and luxurious evening and cocktail dresses. This summer, she presented her new collection on the Monaco Heliport tarmac. It would be wrong to call Isabell just a Danish designer. She’s also a mother of four, a former model, and she spent many years in London where she opened …

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Bio food in Monaco: where to buy and what

Bio shops in Monaco

Europe uses the term “bio”, and in English, these products are called “organic”. Different words to mean the same: products produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilisers, growth regulators, artificial food additives or genetically modified foods (GMOs). For organic meat, the animals are not fed with growth stimulants, antibiotics, hormones, and they are not subjected to stress during raising …

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