Fashion,Beauty & spa

The Eye of Luxe Magazine

Everything you need to know about the latest luxurious trends.

The new "Rouge G" by Guerlain

You want to be proud of your lipstick in public ? You love when make-up looks like masterpieces ? The new "Rouge G" lipstick by Guerlain is made for you ! It features wonderful and sophisticated customizable cases as well as 30 shades from nude to pop colors. Made of mango butter, jojoba oil, plant-based polymers and hyaluronic acid, it's both healthy and perfect for an intense long-lasting color on your lips. Some of the shades called "exotic" also present scents of lemon, bergamot and orange, as a fragrance ! As for the design, it was created by Lorenz Bäumer with a case made of leather, animal skins, marble or gold and equipped with a double mirror.

The Revelation Prize of Louis Roederer Foundation

For the 57th Critics' Week, the Louis Roederer Foundation will award a "Revelation Prize" as well as 5,000 euros to one of the actor/actress of one of the 7 movies in competition. The winner will be revealed on May 16th 2018, during the Cannes Movie Festival, in front of a jury made of the Norwegian director Joachim Trier (Thelma), actress, fashion icon and American Independent Cinema's muse Chloë Sevigny, Argentinian actor Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Director of Vienna International Movie Festival Eva Sangiorgi and French cultural journalist Augustin Trapenard (Canal +).

A Pink pop-up boutique by Harrods for charity

Harrods London introduced a new and exclusive charity-pop-up boutique on Sloane Street. In collaboration with Cadogan Estates and NSPCC, it features a lot of sophisticated and limited designer wear and accessories, all pre-owned and donated for the good cause (end child abuse in the U.K. and Channel Islands). During a month, pieces by Paul Smith, Loewe, Alaïa, Mulberry and more are on sale (between 35 and 200 pounds) thanks to donations by Harrods employees and customers. Of course, everything has been dry-cleaned.

The first e-bike by Lamborghini

If you can't afford a Lamborghini supercar or simply don't need one, the Italian manufacturer just introduced its first E-bike developed in collaboration with Italtechnology. 100% made in Italy, these bikes are currently exhibited at the company's museum in Sant' Agata Bolognese. After years of research, the bike is about to be available in two versions : a MTB for lifestyle and another dedicated to speed and roads. As a supercar, you will be able to customize your bike paints and options.
Avril 2018