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Alexia Aubert
Postcard from Miami

Postcard from Miami

Here, where the proud hibiscus blooms in flame,Where swaying palms nod lightly to the sea, Where each azalea towers - a stately tree - And orange blossoms charm, today I came Upon a little flower unknown to fame, Half hid in the scant sward, white as this shellFrom yonder beach, and I can hardly tell What drew me to it, murmuring its name.  "Bred in cool meadows, vagrant from the North, Fair Dewberry, what art thou doing here? Or chance, or purpose started thee to roam? And yet whatever power sent thee forth, Still it is thine to call the sudden...

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Alexia Aubert
Mory Sacko, l'art de la conversation

Mory Sacko, l'art de la conversation

Mory Sacko parle vite, très vite, comme pour avoir le temps d’expliquer tout ce qui compose son riche univers. Et chacune de ses phrases, à l’image de sa cuisine, est franche, précise, réfléchie. C’est rive gauche que le chef s’installe en septembre de 2020 pour ouvrir Mosuke, son premier restaurant. Tout juste auréolé de sa première étoile Michelin, il a été contraint de se réadapter au début du second confinement. Il dégaine alors Mosugo, concept street food à emporter, qui tourne à plein régime. L’ex-candidat de Top Chef trouve le temps de s’attabler avec le sourire, pour raconter sa cuisine singulière, son quotidien...

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Alexia Aubert
Alexia Gredy, Recording session

Alexia Gredy, Recording session

Since the release of her first EP three years ago, Alexia Gredy hasn’t stopped writing. From “L’Habitude”, we remember the titles “Diabolo Menthe” or “Paradis” – with a video clip directed by French photographer Mathieu César. In the unprecedented context of 2020, the singer, a Parisian girl by adoption, took the opportunity to refine her first album. The record may be a new introduction to her multi-layered universe guided by her musical encounters, and carried out by a soft voice and sometimes dramatic, always poetic atmospheres. Often compared to the icons of the past Françoise Hardy or Marie Laforêt –...

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Mathieu Lehanneur, common inspirations

Mathieu Lehanneur, common inspirations

Mathieu Lehanneur has made quite an impact on the international design scene over the past twenty years. In 2001, his graduation project, the “Therapeutic Objects” (which aimed at transforming our relationship to medicine) was quickly integrated into the MoMA’s permanent collection. Lehanneur’s interest in science, though unexpected for a designer, is at the center of his approach. It led him to create iconic objects such as ‘Andrea’, a living filter absorbing toxic compounds from the air around us. Combining advanced technology and handcraft, Mathieu Lehanneur seeks to represent our own complexity by creating a hybrid space where technology and nature...

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