Creative hairdressing with the use of only natural materials

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Nadeen Mateky is hair stylist for fashion show(*). She uses only natural materials like raffia, wire and cardboard. She is preparing the setting up of an international diploma and the opening of hairdressing schools in Africa.

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Solar aeroplane for very high altitude flying

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Solar Stratos is a 100% electric plane which aim is to fly at 80.000 feet (24 km), powered exclusively by solar energy.

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Exhibition of monumental sculptures from recycled metal in classified gardens

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Planted according to the initial foundations, basins and sculptures of the French gardens of the 18th Century, the gardens of Eyrignac manor are open to the public, from January 1st to December 31st and propose ephemeral events like the white picnic or a temporary exhibition of recycled metal sculptures.

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Sustainable down jackets, inspired by Africa

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For Moncler Genius, Pierpaolo Piccioli has partnered with Liya Kebede to create a capsule collection of down jackets with an ethnic spirit, exclusively showcased by black models.

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Rolex is building the film Museum and is committed to protecting the oceans

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It is in Los Angeles that Rolex will open the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, by the architect Renzo Piano to preserve the film heritage for its transmission to future generations. Simultaneously, the Swiss watch brand is committed with sientists to protecting the oceans.

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Chopard awarded at the Sustainable Style Gala of Maison-de-Mode

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Chopard co-president and creative director Caroline Scheufele has been honoured with the Designer of the Year award. The ceremony was hosted by the ethical fashion retailer’s founders Hassan Pierre and Amanda Hearst of Maison-de-Mode.

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Jewelry made of industrial springs

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Tiziana Redavid is an architect. At the age of ten, she visited an industrial springs factory belonging to her father's friend: she picked up a spring and put it around her wrist. During her studies, she began creating jewelry.

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