29. 01. 2015
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Starlet-worthy Skincare

Viola Levy

Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

The 1950s Italian actress Sophia Loren famously quipped ‘everything you see, I owe to spaghetti.’ This pretty much sums up the Italian aesthetic: voluptuous, well fed, healthy. Loren – a regular muse for...

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28. 01. 2015
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A history of human folly at the heart of Jack McLean’s art

Peter Yeoh

Peter Yeoh

Glass Magazine New York and Tokyo editor

Jack McLean’s painting, It’s a Long Story, in Full Colour, without a Happy Ending, on view at The Container gallery in Tokyo at the moment, brings to mind the illustrated handscrolls (emaki) of ancient...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Armani Privé

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

For many designers who deal in classic romanticised fashion, Orientalism is a force that holds an enigma that is untouched. Gargantuan shoots of bamboo pierced through the elevated catwalk and led the way...

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27. 01. 2015
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Emilio Pucci celebrate the global launch of Pucci Eyewear in Paris

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Paris, in all its current couture splendour, saw the global launch of the new Emilio Pucci eyewear collection at the city’s Italian Embassy last night. Celebrating over an exclusive dinner and cocktail spread,...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Chanel

Xenia Founta

Xenia Founta

Glass Online fashion and art writer

Chanel haute couture SS15 welcomed spring with a blossomy show in a modern art installation stage of a tropic botanical paradise. Adding always innovative touches, last year were the trainers, this time was...

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27. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Dior Homme

Emma Walsh

Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Dior began the AW15 show by showcasing a variety of smart tuxedos; focusing on typical masculine design the collection presented the development of the suit. The youthful edge of preppy badges with floral...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Christian Dior

Xenia Founta

Xenia Founta

Glass Online fashion and art writer

Christian Dior haute couture SS15 show was a retro-themed collection reinventing the past through Simon’s futuristic lens. The first looks, dresses encrusted with paillettes topped with plastic opera coats and then artfully combined...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Alexis Mabille

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

What makes Alexis Mabille such a respected couturier is the detail he puts into everything that is associated with his name. As equally attracted to the appearance of a model’s face as he...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Atelier Versace

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

One of the pleasantries that comes with Spring season Couture, a gilded sphere that generally does not permit access to the masses, is deliberating over the dresses that are probably going to be...

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27. 01. 2015
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Haute Couture Spring 2015: Elsa Schiaparelli

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

A greater sense that Schiaparelli fits more comfortably into the modern day fashion vernacular comes courtesy of each new Couture collection that house puts out. Reviving the legendary name is certainly not looking...

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27. 01. 2015
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Crime and drama

Natalie Egling

Natalie Egling

Glass Online arts writer

What makes Britain, Britain? Bacon butties, a cuppa and roast dinners – certainly – but whodunits are my British institution of choice, and none so more than Midsomer Murders and its eerie theremin-based...

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26. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15 : Hermes

Xenia Founta

Xenia Founta

Glass Online fashion and art writer

Hermes menswear AW15 in Paris presented a show of symmetry, elegance, and simple finesse with classy and casual garments with clean refined lines. To commence, boys walked in classic tuxedos in grey, blue and...

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26. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Maison Margiela

Emma Walsh

Emma Walsh

Glass Online fashion writer

Opening the collection with a variety of leather looks, Margiela displayed both bold and subtle uses of the fabric, ranging from teal trench coats to black trousers. A consistent theme was oversized garments,...

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26. 01. 2015
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Alpha H Liquid Gold Celebrates Its 15th Birthday

Viola Levy

Viola Levy

Glass Online beauty editor

Manypeople see the “toner” as a redundant part of a skincare routine – something dreamt up by beauty companies that we don’t in fact need. But actually, I’m here to tell you there is...

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26. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Lanvin

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Lanvin are perhaps better equipped to do this season’s ubiquitous approach to understated luxury than any other menswear offshoot brand out there. There is something about their brand identity that says dark brooding...

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26. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Paul Smith

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

It’s good to see a designer at the helm of his eponymous house still staking claim to the designs that it presents to its consumer, especially in the case of British formal menswear...

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26. 01. 2015
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The magnificent Monastero Santa Rosa hotel and spa

Amanda Bernstein

Amanda Bernstein

Glass Online fashion, travel and arts writer

It strikes me that once a hotel reaches a certain level in the luxury stakes, what really stands out is how unique the property is in terms of its originality and geographical location. ...

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25. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Sacai

Anna Coughlan

Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

This season for Paris menswear, Sacai seems to be showing pieces that would fit right in here in London. The majority of the clothes are dark and seem to be inspired by World...

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25. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Dries Van Noten

Anna Coughlan

Anna Coughlan

Glass Online fashion writer

Menswear is earning itself a reputation for being more innovative than its feminine counterpart, that it’s taking more risks and becoming an art form in itself. But Dries Van Noten’s autumn collection seems...

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24. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Kenzo

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Offering up something that is so unmistakably Kenzo, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have stuck to the style choices that have made the brand flourish under their direction. Toying with the same curiosity...

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24. 01. 2015
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Paris Menswear AW15: Junya Watanabe

Liam Feltham

Liam Feltham

Glass Online fashion writer

Putting on his latest menswear presentation at the Place Vendôme, Junya Watanabe made it clear early on that this season would be about style and out came the statement suits and not much...

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