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Vegetarian cuisine: Benefits and good addresses.

A true social phenomenon, vegetarianism is more than a food habit and today would be similar to a philosophy of life. But then where does this diet come from? What are its benefits and where to find the best vegetarian addresses in Geneva? Clarification.

by Juliette Weiss

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FashionWoman

The bourgeois trend of the season: The bow

This is not the first time the bow has appeared on the catwalks. But for this Autumn/Winter 20 season, we have been spoiled! The bow is the bourgeois trend of the season. Focus on this timeless trend.

by Maria José Aguilar Soriano

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7 Swiss artisanal brands to discover

Et si on commençait par favoriser des créateurs suisses pour faire son shopping. Ils mettent toute leur énergie pour proposer des produits originaux, respectueux de l’environnement et surtout, fabriqués avec le cœur. Beaucoup de ces créateurs se sont lancés par passion, par envie de changement, envie d’un monde meilleur.

by Laetitia Socquet

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ALIOSE- The pop-folk duo, musical revelation

After their nominations at the "Victoires de la Musique" in France and the Swiss Music Awards in 2018, the two Swiss artists with undeniable charm open a new musical page with the release on October 9th of a 5-track album with addictive melodies. Two vocal signatures, one suave and the other rocky, resonate with sparkling lyrics, an elegant and bewitching pop, a remedy against the current gloom. Let's meet these two talents in perfect symbiosis.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Men’s fashion : The streetwear, state of the art

No-limit branding, an ode to subculture and collaborations with the big names in luxury, streetwear has definitely made its mark on the fashion sphere. But at this time of the year, a wiser wind is blowing on our dressing room. So what are this season's stylistic codes and how can we adopt them?

by Juliette Weiss

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Fashion

Prada a beautiful story of Italian style fashion

Why would the Devil select Prada as his clothing style preference? What's so special about this century-old jewel hidden in its waterproof nylon bag and crushed by its flame-embellished stiletto heels? Could it be that eccentric non-conformist yet refined elitist side that sets the brand apart from other Houses? Or is it that subtle blend that perfectly combines good and bad taste?  It's the Prada success story.

by Eugénie Rousak

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Slow-deco, a chic and eco-friendly trend

A "green" revolution is gradually developing in our interiors. Its name? Slow decoration. Today, the deco trend combines design, environment and sustainability.

by Laetitia Socquet

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Bally, when Swiss and Made make the pair

It's hard to imagine that Empress Sissi's wedding, the ascent of Mount Everest, Neil Armstrong's footprints on the moon, the performance of the Swiss team at the 1948 Winter Olympics and the photo shoot of rapper Doug-E-Fresh's cover could have anything in common. And yet! One and the same brand contributed to this series of events. A brand that has been around for more than a hundred years and which started out timidly in the basement of a house in Schönenwerd to become an international leader in footwear. This is the story of Bally.

by Eugénie Rousak

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NOW au naturel – The Organic Make-up Look

The skin is an organ composed of several layers of tissue, it absorbs the products we apply to our face every day.  The make-up used is thus found in our body. It is therefore important to choose your make-up carefully in order to preserve and sublimate our skin.

by Laetitia Socquet

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Kuna, textile heritage of the Andes

It is a delicate mix between the Inca traditions and modern trends that characterizes the Kuna style. With its freshly opened Geneva boutique, the brand invites you on a journey to the top of the Andes to discover the traditional know-how of the artisans. Working with the many facets of alpaca fiber, it offers clothing, accessories and plaids for the home.

by Eugénie Rousak

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Vincent Subilia, the man of the moment for the CCIG

The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Geneva (CCIG) is celebrating its 155th anniversary this year. It is the voice of the economy of more than 2,400 member companies. It is an opportunity to look back on this traditional institution, stimulated by a Managing Director who is just as much a part of it.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Jewellery

De Beers, a diamond is eternal

Marilyn Monroe was fascinated by Tiffany's, Cartier, Blackstar or Ghoram, only it is thanks to another House that diamonds have become the indisputable girl's best friend. Less known to the general public, but vertiginously notorious in the industry, De Beers has traced the very history of the diamond industry as it has developed! Mastering mining, defining quality standards and ingeniously guiding demand, the hundred-year-old group has achieved a real coup d'éclat!

by Eugénie Rousak

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Slatkine, a century-old family and literary saga in Geneva

Ivan, the publisher, the bookseller, the printer, the politician and the President of the Fédération des Entreprises Romandes tells us the story of his family but also a personal journey built on convictions and a free spirit.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Fashion

Balenciaga, the phoenix of fashion

It's hard to imagine that the trapezoidal Babydoll dress, the nailed it bag Motorcycle and the chunky sneaker Triple S could have anything in common. Universe, styles, creators, they are all opposites. And yet, these emblematic pieces have contributed to the fame of only one brand: Balenciaga! While the latest collections are now in the spotlight, the history of this century-old House has not always been as smooth as the gazar. After the pharaminous success of its creator, it almost remained forever a memory of the 1950s. But like a phoenix, Balenciaga was reborn from its boleros to sparkle on the catwalks.

by Eugénie Rousak

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Guerlain, in the name of beauty for 190 years

Much more than a simple emblem of the House, the bee is a symbol of Guerlain's almost bicentennial history. Sometimes landing on the vials of the iconic perfume Eau de Cologne Impériale, sometimes deriving their delicious nectar from the Abeille royale line, sometimes visiting the ten hives at the production site, they sprinkle pollen on the soft flower petals. The brand's raw material, the latter are revealed in expert hands to reveal their unique aromas to the noses of the Guerlain dynasty. Thus begins the game of blends, weddings and divorces. So delicate, so subtle, so Guerlain.

by Eugénie Rousak

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Tanguy Nef – A Genevan among the best in the world in alpine skiing

He thrilled us for his first slalom World Cup season by finishing 11th in 2018 in Levi, he is determined to give everything this season to accumulate points and why not climb on the podiums. Questions and answers to learn a little more about the course of this student, a high level athlete.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Trend at the top of the mountain

Facing the cold weather in style? This is the challenge that every winter offers us when the resorts open their doors. Whether you're a winter sportswoman or simply a lover of après ski, here are our tips for looking stylish in the mountains.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Valérie Mauriac or 1 meter 80 of humor

A new One Woman Show in January 2020, the opportunity for us to learn a little more about this Geneva actress with a striking sense of humor.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Laure Barras – Soprano, music in sharing

The journey of a young woman who was not content to sing very well, she wanted to make her voice heard by those who do not or no longer have the chance to go to the opera. When music awakens the heart.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Rylsee – The artist who likes to play with letters

Typography, design, graffiti are all playgrounds for Rylsee. The journey of a complete and happy artist.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Erasme Guyot – a lawyer who believes in aliens

It is on the occasion of the release of his illustrated book: "Les droits des extraterrestres" (Editions de la Marquise, Lausanne) that we wanted to know more about this Swiss lawyer specialized in space law.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Marc Voltenauer writer touched by the grace of God – Encounter

Destined to become a pastor, Marc Voltenauer finds himself to be the Swiss author everyone talks about. L'aigle de Sang his latest book has just come out, an opportunity to talk about this phenomenon of the black polar.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Madeleine Bellani – How to regain self-confidence through a makeover?

Image consulting can change our lives, explained by Madeleine Bellani, image consultant and style coach who decided to join the NOW Geneva media platform.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Edward Mitterrand – Art and Manner

The passion for art certainly, but above all the right way to transmit it. Cosmopolitan and multi-talented, this Genevan at heart tells us about his rise in a world still closed.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Fanny Smith – We’re all going to become skicross fans!

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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The Paint a Smile Foundation colors the daily life of hospitalized children

Paint a Smile is a non-profit organization based in Geneva. Since 2000, its mission is to brighten up medical environments by decorating them with colorful illustrations and stickers.

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Michel Juvet

A photographer for whom la vie en rose is necessarily in black and white

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Fashion

Lacoste: The legendary crocodile and its hundred-year-old claws

Boldness. This term is probably the most appropriate to describe the alligator brand. First came the audacity of teenager René Lacoste to go against his father's aspirations and start a sports career, then the audacity of tennis player René Lacoste to revolutionize the codes of the clay court, and finally the audacity of French designer René Lacoste to design sportswear to take him out of sports. This is the story of the alligator brand.

by Eugénie Rousak

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Instant mode: red is essential

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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U’ROCK, the trendy course of the new school year – L’Usine Sports Club Genève

by Laëtitia Cadiou

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Erasmus Guyot – a lawyer who believes in aliens

by Laëtitia Cadiou