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Afternoon Tea At The Twelve Apostles – Cape Town, South Africa

Afternoon Tea At The Twelve Apostles – Cape Town, South Africa

Rebecca Brett swaps afternoon tea in London for the sunny backdrop of the Twelve Apostles mountain range and the Atlantic Ocean in Cape Town… Afternoon tea in London is a quintessential treat that takes one away from the stresses and strains of every day life for a little luxury. No [...]

January 15, 2013 × 0 comments
La Maison Champs Élysées by Maison Martin Margiela

La Maison Champs Élysées by Maison Martin Margiela

The prestigious ‘Golden Triangle’ in Paris is lined with opulent palace hotels, but La Maison Champs Élysées, designed by Maison Martin Margiela, proposes an alternative vision of luxury. Surreal, irreverent and poetic, La Maison Champs Élysées is a wonderland full of surprises for discerning fashion, art and design lovers.  This [...]

March 4, 2012 × 2 comments
Pierre Hermé Paris Launches Macaron Day In London

Pierre Hermé Paris Launches Macaron Day In London

Pierre Hermé brings Macaron Day to London for the first time, following the likes of Paris, New York, Toronto, Budapest and many other macaron-loving cities. Initiated by Pierre Hermé Paris seven years ago, Macaron Day celebrates the pleasure of a macaron while raising awareness for serious causes.  For the inaugural London [...]

February 28, 2012 × 1 comment
Hotel Beauchamps, Paris

Hotel Beauchamps, Paris

Hotel Beauchamps is a rare find in Paris’ chic 8th arrondissement, characterised by an array of sparkling five star palace hotels.  It combines elegant interiors, warm service and an enviable address with reasonable prices. Hotel Beauchamps is tucked away on a quiet street on the ‘golden triangle’ of the Champs [...]

January 30, 2012 × 1 comment
NADÈGE Patisserie – West Queen West, Toronto

NADÈGE Patisserie – West Queen West, Toronto

There was one place that was top of my ‘Toronto to do list’ –  NADÈGE Patisserie in on Queen Street West.  Luckily, I came across NADÈGE, a glistening white beacon of decadence, as I was walking back towards the centre of town after my art tour of West Queen West [...]

September 25, 2011 × 3 comments
An Indulgent Visit To Pierre Hermé Paris, Belgravia

An Indulgent Visit To Pierre Hermé Paris, Belgravia

Heralded by Vogue as the ‘Picasso of pastry’, Pierre Hermé is known for creating exquisite pâtisserie, leading the way with innovative flavours and experimental pairings. Carrying forward the family trade of Alsatian bakery and pastry-making, albeit with a more libertine approach, Pierre Hermé trained at Gaston Lenotre and worked with Fauchon before setting [...]

August 28, 2011 × 0 comments
Café Pouchkine Pâtisserie at Le Printemps Paris

Café Pouchkine Pâtisserie at Le Printemps Paris

Moscow grand cafe culture meets with Parisian haute pâtisserie at Printemps’ pop up Fashion Cafe Pouchkine.  Coralie Aude Grassin enjoys a very stylish afternoon tea… Paris combines two passions: fashion and gourmet food.  So much that pastry chefs have designed what could be called Haute Pâtisserie.  Each season brings a [...]

March 6, 2011 × 0 comments
Pierre Hermé opens first London store

Pierre Hermé opens first London store

Revolutionary Chef Pâtissier Pierre Hermé has already made waves on this side of the channel with his ‘adult macarons‘ at the Pierre Hermé boutique pâtisserie in Selfridges Food Hall and is now opening his first London store in the heart of Belgravia. Pierre Hermé is known for his unusual and exotic macaron [...]

August 29, 2010 × 2 comments
Marni and Brigitte go super sweet

Marni and Brigitte go super sweet

Desserts and cakes are my major downfall and I would happily munch on a plate of steamed vegetables so I could finish with a small but perfectly formed piece of sugary goodness.  Well, ’tis the season to be jolly and what not, and I’ve spotted some incredible, artisan treats that [...]

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November 24, 2009 × 2 comments