My Current Affair

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Fashion, History, Polemic, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The 24th of June, 7pm, Current Affair,  Channel Nine: “The Shopping Revolution Heading Down Under”. I am not a Current Affair viewer, but what the heck? The title intrigued me, since I am also waiting for the shopping revolution in Australia. http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/8864846/the-shopping-revolution-heading-down-under The anchor announced, that Sephora was coming to Australia and their prices were going to match US prices. Then two...

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The Bakery

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Food | 0 comments

I have been in many places in the world – to be exact in almost all of Europe, Asia, North America. I don’t like sweet things, I never eat dessert, but one place completely transforms me into ravenous dessert eating creature. This place is not in Paris, not in Italy, Spain, Vienna – it is not in the best dessert places in the world. This place is in Hobart, and for those, who don’t know, it’s a capital of the smallest state in Australia,...

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Merci

Posted by on May 23, 2014 in History, Polemic, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Merci was created in March 2009, in the heart of the historic Haut-Marais district. The founders, Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, realised that Paris lacked a place which brought together the best in fashion, design, household goods, and friendly eating options. First time I visited Merci to meet its owner Madam Marie France Cohen. I heard about the new Concept Store, cooler than Colette and “more inventive” than L’Eclaireur. We met to discuss...

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MERCI

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Fashion, Travel | 0 comments

Merci was created in March 2009, in the heart of the historic Haut-Marais district. The founders, Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, realised that Paris lacked a place which brought together the best in fashion, design, household goods, and friendly eating options. First time I visited Merci to meet its owner Madam Marie France Cohen. I heard about the new Concept Store, cooler than Colette and “more inventive” than L’Eclaireur. We met to discuss...

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