Limited edition of crystal tumblers for the Palace of Versailles

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A limited edition of the "Galerie des Rois" gift set, composed of four crystal tumblers made by the Cristalleries Saint-Louis is  available to purchase on a pre-order basis until September 30, 2019. Each piece is unique and is inspired by the stylistic features of the reigns of Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis-Philippe.

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Vegan backpack with inaccessible zip

ary-ohayon-small.jpgArsayo manufactures a vegan backpack, which zip cannot be open by someone else when it is worn; the process has been awarded the Gold Medal by the Concours Lépine Europe 2016 and the Medal of the French Ministry of the Interior.

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Prada manufactures bags from recycled fishing nets

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Prada launches a capsule collection of bags made from Econyl®, obtained through the recycling of fishing nets, plastics collected from ocean and textile fibre waste.

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Animal sculptures made of upcycled plastic, collected on the sea shore

gilles-cenazandotti-small.jpgGilles Cenazandotti collects plastic fragments in Corsica since the 90s. He stripped them and makes collages and animal sculptures, that are exposed worldwide.

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Limited edition of designer watches made of recycled material, from July 2019

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Baume is partnering with the concept store Nous Paris to launch a capsule collection of stylish watches, made from recycled material. 

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Guerlain is protecting Ouessant Island's Black Bees

Guerlain-abeille-noire-small.jpgSince 2011, Guerlain  has been engaged in a philanthropic research partnership with the Association for the Ouessant Island Brittany Black Bee Conservatory. The Maison has selected the Ouessant honey to be integrated in the beauty care range Abeille Royale.

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To adopt an ornamental tree in the bosquet of the Queen at Versailles

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The Chateau of Versailles is launching the restoration campaign of the Queen Marie-Antoinette bosquet: it is possible to adopt a tulip tree from Virginia, in the frame of the recovery of initial biodiversity of the 18th century, rich of a number of imported plant species.

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