Alila Resort reopens an iconic luxury eco hôtel overlooking the Pacific ocean in California

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Reopened end of 2017, the high-end sustainable hotel, which has adopted the Earth Check operating standards, lies on a 160 acres domain framed by the ocean and the forest.

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Recycling design glasses, in homage to provocative artists

lplr-small.jpgThe choice of the material is eco-friendly: surgical steel, acetate, titanium and glass. The artists of reference are various, from Leonardo da Vinci to Kraftwerk, and the glasses are hand made in France and Japan.

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Lamps made from infinite recycling Altuglas® and vintage newspapers

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At first, the 50s and 60s original editions have to be sought out. The front pages must talk about movies, art, fashion and design. The base of the lamp is made from Altuglas®, each piece is unique.

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Timeless fashion made from organic materials, used alone or mixed together

la-voie-small.jpgIt all begins with the 100% organic materials, grown in a responsible manner: silk, cotton, linen, hemp, wool. They can be used alone or mixed together and are purchased in France, Italy and Japan.

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Edible perfumes in the form of macaroons by Dalloyau, for Mother's Day, in a limited edition

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Dalloyau has partnered with IFF, creator of flavours for the luxury world, to create edible perfumes in the form of aesthetic macaroons, for Mother's Day.

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Iconic electric Art-car by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

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After the 'Styled by Courrèges' limited edition, here comes the Art-car E-Mehari, relooked of all colours by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.

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Nomadic stand-alone light made of recycling material

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It is called luxciole, which is a mix of lux and luciole (firefly in French) and is aptly named: nomadic, stand-alone, cordless, rechargeable, adjustable and fully made of recycling aluminium.

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