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  " Keep your feet on the ground and your thoughts at lofty heights." - Peace Pilgrim
On this second London Edition, I can't stop thinking about how I have overcome the fear of heights. The Queen and the Shard are pure example that aiming higher has always been the right thinking in life.
 Fly high as soon it will be Valentine's Day... and Joelle for this occasion has created a brand new surprise coming right at your door. Just wait!

The Queen : Portrait of a Monarch
At Windsor Castle The Queen: Portraits of a Monarch is fascinating exhibition which presents a selection of official, commissioned and informal portraits from Her Majesty's 60-year reign. Read More


 Signature Luxury Living in London

II am exited, on my inbox, I just got a wonderful e-mail , very comforting at the moment since I am stressed with the last minute packing." We look forward to welcoming you to Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living. Read More

 Soho Hotel 

The Soho Hotel was the first "luxury hotel" to open in the area of Soho, The hotel hosts mostly guests of the film industry such as producers, directors and contemporary art collectors.Read More

Dining with Art at Sketch 
After ten exciting years, Sketch continues to be at the forefront of the city's dining scene. Unparalleled in London, it remains ever true to its integrity as a place that is constantly evolving. Read More

Manet Portraying Life 
The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition in the UK to showcase Edouard Manet' s portraiture. The exhibition examines the relationship between Manet' s portrait painting and his scenes of modern life. Read More

The Views form the Shard

The Shard is a landmark building on the London skyline, designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano to a vertical town comprising offices, restaurants, the five star Shangri-La hotel and the View from The Shard. At a height of 1,016 ft (310 m) the building redefines London's skyline.Read More

 Man Men's RTW/ 13
Agi & Sam, the standout duo from last season's MAN collective show, were back in action, putting a witty spin on British masculinity with two archetypal English characters: the farmer and the aristocrat. Read More
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