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Samurai Sword Fighting With ‘Kill Bill’ Choreographer

Samurai Sword Fighting With ‘Kill Bill’ Choreographer

Uma, there may be some serious competition for that yellow tracksuit of yours… If you fancy learning the moves that electrified audiences in Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill” films, now you can, courtesy of the Japan National Tourist Organisation The course is led by Tetsuro Shimaguchi, who choreographed the swordfight scene in a […]

by × July 21, 2010 × 2 comments

Health & Beauty, Travel

Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace, Lausanne

Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace, Lausanne

Recently I spent a glorious day of pampering at the Cinq Mondes Spa at Le Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne on the edge of Lake Geneva. The founder of the Cinq Mondes spa concept, Jean-Louis Poiroux, has utilised more than ten years of global travelling to discover the best massages and treatments in the world. […]

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Arts & Culture

Couture Collection – The Hardy Amies Museum & Archive

Couture Collection – The Hardy Amies Museum & Archive

To coincide with the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Sir Hardy Amies, Royal Dressmaker to HM Queen Elizabeth II, the house of Hardy Amies has opened its extensive and until now, largely unseen archive to the public for the first time ever. No.14 Savile Row, London, has been home […]

by × July 19, 2010 × 0 comments

Food

Sarment Personal Sommelier Service

Sarment Personal Sommelier Service

When pondering an endless wine list in a smart restaurant desperate to make the right choice, have you ever secretly wished that you had your own expert sommelier on hand to guide you? Well now your wish can come true. Sarment which launched at the beginning of June, is a […]

by × July 19, 2010 × 0 comments