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In southeastern France, just off the winding roads of Provence, hidden on the plains of Montauroux, lies the former residence of Mr. Christian Dior-Le Château de La Colle Noire. It is in this shelter that the “Miss Dior, 12 Female Artists” exhibition is being held...

We are excited to see that ACL Fest, long anticipated as the first large Austin music festival that would emerge through a waning pandemic will be taking place at our beloved Zilker Park starting October 1st. Headliners include George Strait, Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Rüfüs...

In 1958, Christo went to Paris, where he met Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon, not only his wife but life partner in the creation of monumental environmental works of art. In 1961 the two began creating works of art in public spaces. One of their projects...

Last week the legendary Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana stunned audiences with their Alta Moda Fashion Show in Piazzetta San Marco, Venice.  Once again the Serenissima creates MAGIC. Stepping off the gondola each model seems to float on the catwalk in an ethereal way...

This week Jean-Marc and his wife Cynthia paid a visit to one of our favorite works of architecture. In the late 1920's, architect and furniture designer Eileen Gray built a stunning modernist villa (E-1027) on the southern coast of France in Roquebrune. E-1027 is considered...

For the first time in a long time, the greats of the fashion industry met in Paris to present expertise, extravagance and evolution. The collections are the answer to one question – what is couture today? The Fall 2021 Couture collections tell stories of the...

July 4th is finally here and we are ready to get out in the sun! Whether you're a local looking to opt outside during the long weekend or visiting Austin during July 4th, here are some great ways to spend the holiday weekend in Austin...

The 17th Venice Architecture Biennale is currently unfolding and its 60 national pavilions reveal a wide range of answers to the question "How will we live together". This year the Biennale's role is working as a platform for inquiry and explores the pressing issues such as migration,...

Its almost summer and we are ready to take flight. Journalist Thijs Demeulemeester and art historian Jacinthe Gigou just published an incredible compilation of beautiful homes around the world that are now functioning as "house museums". The book features 150 houses scattered all across the...