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Freedom of Self Expression: Nathalie Feisthauer Talks About Life and Business Outside of the Corporations

  The background of this charming woman and experienced perfumer is quite impressive - more than 35 years of working in the "big arena," and twenty of them Nathalie Feisthauer was a perfumer of Givaudan, creating fragrances for the most important clients and projects worldwide. Another 5 years she dedicated to Symrise. Then several years ago, Nathalie opened her own laboratory LABScent and since ... Read full article: Freedom of Self Expression: Nathalie Feisthauer Talks About Life and Business...
Tags: Fashion, Nathalie, Givaudan, Fragrantica Perfumes, Nathalie Feisthauer


Comment on braised ginger meatballs in coconut broth by Nathalie

This is such a delicious recipe. I am doing the Whole30 so I had to make some minor tweaks. I left out the breadcrumbs and the fish sauce in the meatballs, made them with ground turkey instead of pork, and omitted the sugar in the sauce. I served them on a bed of cauliflower rice. What incredible and rich flavors! Thank you Deb! Can’t wait to make your toasted pecan cake again after this month.
Tags: Food, Deb, Nathalie


Omnes, BIP Capital buy majority of Captain Tortue

Omnes and BIP Capital Partners said Dec. 13 that they acquired a majority of Captain Tortue. Financial terms weren’t announced. Philippe and Lilian Jacquelinet are reinvesting in the deal. Captain Tortue, of Paris, is a direct seller of women’s ready-to-wear clothing. PRESS RELEASE Paris, 13 December 2018 – Omnes, via its Omnes Croissance 4 fund, and BIP Capital Partners, via BIP Fund (SCA) Sicar, have just taken a joint majority stake in Captain Tortue. The founders, Philippe and Lilian Jacquel...
Tags: UK, France, Trends, Paris, SCA, Nathalie, Philippe, Aix, PE Deals, BIP, Tortue, Omnes, Omnes Croissance, BIP Capital Partners, Lilian Jacquelinet, BIP Fund SCA Sicar


Hotel Peter & Paul: A Former New Orleans Catholic School, Wholly Transformed

Amongst New Orleans’ many design destinations with storied histories (a restaurant in a 186-year-old Creole cottage, a hotel in the former headquarters of a Scandinavian furniture importer), one distinctive newcomer may have the most interesting former life. Hotel Peter & Paul, on an unassuming residential block in the Marigny neighborhood, is housed in four late 19th-century buildings that were once Saints Peter and Paul Catholic church and school. The school closed down in 1992, the church in ...
Tags: Europe, Books, France, India, Middle East, New Orleans, Ash, Historic, Peter, PAUL, Nathalie, Peter Paul, Kraemer, Morocco India, DIY & Remodeling, Remodel & Renovation


Masai Mara National Park

I left Kima on Thursday October 25th with a bus to Nairobi where I arrived at 6PM. My friend Nathalie from Manchester was in Nairobi and I had booked a room in the same hostel as she and her friend Kate so that I would be able to spend one evening with
Tags: Travel, Manchester, Kate, Nairobi, Nathalie, Kima, Masai Mara National Park


A Sweet-Tooth’s Paradise: What Are 5 of the Best Places to Order a Cake in Dubai?

Known as one of the world’s most dynamic, melting cultural pots — Dubai is a food haven. From stellar appetizers, to delicious mains and decadent desserts, the country is full of places for those with a sweet tooth. For those that have a soft spot for cake, don’t worry, Dubai is home to a collection of bakeries with cakes of all works. Here are the 5 best places to order your cake next time you’re there!   Roseleaf Cafe   Ducked away in the little corner of the Dubai Garden Centre, this “hi...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, New York, Dubai, Magnolia, West Village, Nathalie, Dubai Garden Centre, Roseleaf Cafe Ducked, Roseleaf Cafe, Roseleaf, Choix Patisserie, Dubai Magnolia


Flutronix: 9/12, Nathalie at Roulette, NYC; 9/15, Allison at The Met; 9/21, Both at UNC Chapel Hill

Carolina Performing Arts presents Flutronix September 21 at 8pm | Moeser Auditorium | UNC Chapel Hill Join us on September 21 at 8pm for our first performance of the season at UNC Chapel Hill. We'll be kicking off our two year residency at Carolina Performing Arts by presenting an evening of our signature urban art pop sound. The program will also feature a preview of Discourse, Flutronix’s latest project commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, which uses artistic init...
Tags: New York, Religion, Brooklyn, Haiti, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Queens NY, UNC Chapel Hill, Allison, Nathalie, Bullock, Bilal, Caroline Shaw, Julia Bullock, William J Zick, Jessie Montgomery, Allison Loggins Hull


Surf inspired beach wedding in Montauk with the world’s cutest dress!

After perusing this playful surf-inspired editorial guide member Michelle of Julep & Belle Photography sent our way, we’re so down to see how this inspires those of you with a beach wedding in mind. Set at The Montauk Beach House, it’s got not one, but two adorable, alternative wedding dresses from NK Bride and a laidback design with details by Vela Stories: Isn’t this flower-adorned bridal separate the cutest ever? Check out the back: So fun for an intimate beach wedding or elopement! ...
Tags: New York, Brooklyn, Wedding, Vela, Michelle, PAUL, Paul Smith, Beth, Beach Wedding, Nathalie, Montauk, Demi, Amagansett, Wedding Inspiration, Montauk Beach House, Julep Belle Photography


Love Letters from WWII

As yesterday's post struck a cord for many of you, I thought I would repost a post of mine from 2009.     The other day at the brocante I found a stack of letters written during WWII between a husband and his wife. At first I was drawn to them because of how they were worn, and stacked in perfect order. You might say the "art factor" attracted me. The antique dealer seeing that I didn't get the letters real significance told me they were a collection of love letters written during WWII. I had ...
Tags: Travel, France, living in France, Annie, Husband, Lyon, Nathalie, Sacha, XOXO, Tongue in Cheek, Tatiana de Rosnay, Gros Bisous Sacha, Jillian Cantor, Anthony Doerr The Nightengale, Kristin Hannah Sarah, ZacharieSummer CherryBon Appetit


Wishing Well

                Yann went well diving today to help our friend Jean-Bernard and Nathalie clean their old well and to see if the natural source was still working. Of course, Yann had us in stitches as he was clowning around with this ridiculous mask.         Instead of well diving and hauling buckets of silt, I thought about chilling out in the garden.       Suiting up to go down into the well.             Mission accomplished. Well cleaned Source found Water to be use...
Tags: Travel, France, living in France, Jean Bernard, Nathalie, Yann, Tongue in Cheek, French Husband


Where do you Sit?

    When I was leading Molly and Kim through Provence on a French Antique Field Trip we stopped at Delphine's to see her incredible handmade items using antique textiles. Delphine had a divider in her studio that instantly gave me an idea to show where our guests would sit at our daughter's wedding. Though Delphine burst my bubble when she said the divider wasn't for sale. But as luck would have it I found a large beaten up one a few days later, and Delphine agreed to restore it, and cover it w...
Tags: Travel, Molly, Chelsea, Victoria, Kim, Provence, Martin, Nathalie, Yann, Tongue in Cheek, Delphine, Corrine, Philemon Chelsea


Just Another Day in Paradise

                                          Related Stories A Visit to CassisDiscovering an Old Village in FranceHappy 50th Birthday Jean and Nathalie  [Author: Tongue in Cheek]
Tags: Travel, living in France, Nathalie, Tongue in Cheek, FranceHappy


A Visit to Cassis

              Related Stories The End of the DayDiscovering an Old Village in FranceHappy 50th Birthday Jean and Nathalie  [Author: Tongue in Cheek]
Tags: Travel, living in France, Nathalie, Tongue in Cheek, Cassis, A Fisherman's House in Cassis, FranceHappy


Leading The People Side Of The Organization

In yesterday’s post, which seemed to touch a nerve, something I certainly seek to do from time to time, I mentioned the “talent organizations” of our portfolio companies. These are the people who help a founder/CEO build and lead the people who make up the company. It’s an undervalued and under-discussed function. I have heard multiple founder/CEOs tell me that the biggest sigh of relief they had in building their companies was when they finally hired a really strong leader to sit at their side ...
Tags: Entrepreneurship, Trends, Management, Netflix, Coinbase, Reed Hastings, Patty, Nathalie, Jerry Colonna, Patty McCord, Nathalie McGrath


Happy 50th Birthday Jean and Nathalie

    Our dear friends Jean and Nathalie celebrated their birthdays. Their home, family, friends, the celebration was one of great joy and enormous love. Everyone should feel such gorgeousness in their lives. Delicious, wholesome, rich, unlimited, wonderful...        Their birthday party was at their home, I love their home. If you would like to see more photos and videos please check out my Instagram story. Yann and Nathalie dancing is a favorite.         Their creative ideas were everywhe...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, living in France, Paris, Jean, Nathalie, Yann, Tongue in Cheek


French Antique Field Trip

  When my friends from Wyoming said they wanted to come to Provence and see it through the eyes of creative exploration and antiques I knew we were going to have a good time. Kim and Molly stayed a week, Yann drove (Superhero) as I tend to fall asleep at the wheel which makes for a stressful adventure. Every day we left around 9 in the morning and would return in time for dinner. Long full day glorious days even during the weekend when it was raining and cold. We got along like peas in a pod....
Tags: Travel, Molly, Wyoming, Kim, Provence, Jean, Nathalie, Yann, Brocante, Tongue in Cheek, Lourmarin, Lauris Avignon Cotignac Lourmarin Aix Isle, Sorgue Marseille Villeneuve Venelles


Comment on asparagus and egg salad with walnuts and mint by Nathalie

This recipe is absolutely divine! I had some left over mint and this inspired me to do this recipe. It was the perfect combo with my husband’s freshly prepared bread. Sunday lunch was a hit! I must admit that I didn’t know that you can eat asparagus raw but they have this wonderful nutty flavor. Will definitely make this again and again! Thanks for posting this recipe Deb!
Tags: Food, Nathalie


Friends, Brocante and Provence

      Each and every person I have met while writing my blog has been a happy experience. I feel so fortunate to have many of you as friends, to share our lives together be it through this window on the blog or by meeting you. I love when you come to France and I have the pleasure of sharing my family, Provence and the brocantes with you. This latest adventure with the Muse is no exception. Myrna and Marianne are from my hometown in Willows and Barbara I met last year.           While visiti...
Tags: Travel, France, living in France, John, Muse, Provence, Gary, Marianne, Barbara, Jean, Nathalie, Luberon, Lacoste, Odile, Myrna, Brocante


Sunday Scripture

Do you not know?  Have you not heard? The  Lord  is the everlasting God,  the Creator of the whole earth. He never becomes faint or weary;  there is no limit to his understanding. He gives strength to the faint  and strengthens the powerless. Youths may become faint and weary,  and young men stumble and fall, but those who trust in the  Lord  will renew their strength;  they will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not become weary,  they will walk and not faint. I...
Tags: Africa, Uncategorized, Inspiration, Canada, Rwanda, Strength, Don, Nathalie, Isaiah, CSB, Encouragement, Sunday Scripture, Weakness


Weng Repeats Tour de Ski Title as Diggins Climbs to Third

Heidi Weng (center) and Ingvild Flugstad Østberg of Norway and Jessie Diggins (right) of the United States atop the Tour de Ski podium on the Alpe Cermis. Diggins became the first North American to ever stand on the overall Tour podium, and Alex Harvey of Canada matched her feat a few hours later. (Photo: Val di Fiemme World Cup/Instagram) The question wasn’t whether – it was when. Defending Tour de Ski champion Heidi Weng started the day with a two-second deficit to Norwegian teammate Ingvild ...
Tags: General, News, Russia, America, Sport, Austria, Canada, Racing, United States, Skiing, World Cup, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Stephen, Heidi


Comment on brownie roll-out cookies by Nathalie

We have a traditional cookie here in Switzerland which has been around at Christmas for centuries. It’s called the Basler Brunsli (pronounces: buzz-ler brew-n-slee), and this cookie here is a copy of it. The original recipe is: Mix 1 cup of sugar, 1/4 cup of flour, 2 cups of ground almonds and a teaspoon of cinnamon. Beat 2 egg whites until very stiff, and then gently stir them into the dry mix. Melt 100g of 85% dark chocolate and stir in. Roll out dough on a sugared surface, cut out cookies, an...
Tags: Food, Switzerland, Nathalie, Basler Brunsli


Jean-Pierre Melville’s 'Le Samouraï' Plays with the Perils of the Loner

I recently spoke to a class full of students about Plato's "Allegory of the Cave". Actually, I mentioned Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" by prefacing that I understood the likelihood that no one had read it. Fortunately, two students had, which brought mild temporary relief. In an effort to close the gap of understanding (perhaps more a canyon or uncanny valley) I made the popular quick comparison between Plato's often cited work and the Wachowski siblings' cinema spectacl...
Tags: Music, Crime, Drama, Cinema, Paris, Mystery, Film History, Criterion Collection, Imdb, David Fincher, Film Review, Jules, Lawrence, Jeff, Plato, Melville


Jean-Pierre Melville’s 'Le Samouraï' Plays with the Perils of the Lone Detective

I recently spoke to a class full of students about Plato's "Allegory of the Cave". Actually, I mentioned Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" by prefacing that I understood the likelihood that no one had read it. Fortunately, two students had, which brought mild temporary relief. In an effort to close the gap of understanding (perhaps more a canyon or uncanny valley) I made the popular quick comparison between Plato's often cited work and the Wachowski siblings' cinema spectacl...
Tags: Music, Crime, Drama, Cinema, Paris, Mystery, Film History, Criterion Collection, Imdb, David Fincher, Film Review, Jules, Lawrence, Jeff, Plato, Melville


Dia Art Foundation Receives Directorship Endowment

The Dia Art Foundation has had its directorship endowed for the future thanks to a donation by Nathalie and Charles de Gunzburg, the Art News reports. “She has increased the collection, incorporated women artists, reopened the program in Chelsea, organized programs in Beacon—she has made Dia alive and moving forward in the right direction while staying true […]
Tags: Art, News, Chelsea, Beacon, Art News, Minipost, Nathalie, DIA, DIA Art Foundation, Charles de Gunzburg


S.T. Dupont Be Exceptional

Be Exceptional is the new masculine fragrance from the house of S.T. Dupont, developed under the company Interparfums. Be Exceptional comes out in the fall of 2017 and was inspired by the French lifestyle, elegance and sophistication. The composition, created by perfumer Nathalie Gracia-Cetto, is announced as an oriental-woody-aromatic one. Nathalie reportedly wanted to create a scent tha... Read full article: S.T. Dupont Be Exceptional from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine. ...
Tags: Fashion, DuPont, Nathalie, Fragrantica Perfumes, Interparfums Be Exceptional, Nathalie Gracia Cetto


Jeanne Damas—the Ultimate French Girl—Thinks Brits Are More Stylish

Jeanne Damas is just so French. Understandable, considering she is a Parisian by birth, I know, but as we’re sat in Who What Wear’s new Russell Square townhouse for an exclusive shoot with the model turned street style star turned designer, there’s a palpable difference in l’attitude. I’m up and down from my laptop like a yo-yo, firing off emails, multitasking like a whirling dervish, regretting what I wore today for our shoot (seriously, this weather). Meanwhile, Damas—who arrived on time, with...
Tags: Topshop, Fashion, New York, London, Paris, Street Style, Valentino, Carrie Bradshaw, Sjp, Jeanne, Nathalie, Republique, Jacquemus, Pierre Hardy, Sergio Rossi, Emmaus


Photos: I am… Homeless, gallery

Using a simple white board and a black marker, Los Angeles Daily News photographer Hans Gutknecht asked more than 50 people struggling with homelessness and poverty across Los Angeles County to write a personal message or answer this question: “If you could say something about yourself to anybody, what would it be?” Popeye Sign: “I love everybody” (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Daniel Brown Sign: “Jesus Saves” (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) C...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, DMV, Homeless, Jesus, Philadelphia, Brian, Corinthians, Gregory, Don, Mike, Los Angeles County, Sean, Johnny


Betc And The Philharmonie De Paris Present: No Limits To Music Outdoor And Gif Campaign

In January 2015 the Philharmonie de Paris opened its doors, hosting the Orchestra of Paris and symphonies from around the world, as well as musicians of all backgrounds, delivering a plethora of musical discoveries.Since its inauguration, the Philharmonie de Paris has worked on the principle of accessibility and open-mindedness, towards music and people. The institution is hoping to tear down barriers between different musical styles and their audiences. With exceptional acoustics, internation...
Tags: Advertising, Art and design, Paris, Philharmonie De Paris, Nathalie, BETC, Paul Martin, BETC Paris, Elise Herfort, No Limits to Music, Hugues DE SAINT SIMON Luc BROTÉ, Catherine EMPRIN Isabelle PICOT Peter FEURMOUR, Nicolas PRADO, Clara LAFUENTE, Christine LEFERS


Nathalie Mauclair Pre-2017 CCC Interview

Nathalie Mauclair is one of the women’s favorites going into the CCC, the 101-kilometer race that’s part of the UTMB festival of events. In this interview, Nathalie talks about how she feels racing a shorter distance here this year, her diverse 2017 of racing so far, how her recovery has gone since the Hardrock 100 in July, and her strategy going into the race. Find out who else is racing in our CCC preview, then follow along with our live coverage on Friday. Nathalie Mauclair Pre-CCC Interv...
Tags: Video, Sport, Races, Running, Ccc, UTMB, Nathalie, Interviews and Profiles, Nathalie Mauclair


Nathalie Emmanuel's Style: How to Get Her Actress-Off-Duty Look

This chic star is as fierce as her GoT character. Welcome to another chapter of my quest to delve deep into the styles of lesser-known icons. (Last time I covered Instagram star Jeanne Damas.)Believe it or not, most of my style inspiration comes from women who don't work in the fashion industry. Instead, I'm inspired by women who are making a name for themselves in their own realm, be it in acting, sports, music, writing - you get it. This week, I'm drawing from that pool and sharing the greatn...
Tags: Amazon, UK, TV, Texas, Style, Instagram, College, Game Of Thrones, Actress, Nathalie, Daenerys Targaryen, Nathalie Emmanuel, Fashion Tips, Eclectic, Jeanne Damas, Leotard Capezio