Month: July 2019

YOUR LIFE IS A BANK OF TIME

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Your life is a wonderful gift but has a limited and precious time.

One day is made up of 86,400 seconds …

Imagine that there is a bank that credits the sum of 86,400 euros to your account every morning; does not keep your daily balance; every night you cancel any amount of your balance that was not used during the day.

What would you do? You would withdraw and spend everything to the last penny every day, of course! Well, each of us has an account in this bank …

his name? Time.

Every morning this bank credits you with 86400 seconds; every night this bank cancels and gives up as lost any amount of this credit that you have not invested in a good purpose.

This bank does not hold balances or allow transfers.

A new account opens every day.
Every night eliminates the balance of the day.
If you do not use the daily deposit, the loss is yours. You can’t back down, there are no credits for tomorrow’s deposit.
You must live in the present with today’s deposit.

Invest in this way to get the best in health, happiness and success: the clock continues on its way! Get the most out of every day.

To understand the value of a year, ask a student who has been rejected.

To understand the value of a month, ask a mother who gave birth prematurely.

To understand the value of a week, ask a girl who has a delay.

To understand the value of an hour, ask two lovers waiting to meet.

To understand the value of a minute, ask someone who has just missed the train.

To understand the value of a second, ask someone who has just avoided an accident.

To understand the value of a millionth of a second, ask an athlete who won the silver medal at the Olympics.

Give value to every moment you live and give it even more value if you can share it with a special person, just enough to devote your time and remember that time waits for no one …!

Yesterday? …History.

Tomorrow? …Mystery.

This is why the present exists …!

 

Sara Dal Monte

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GUCCI LAUNCHES THE HIGH LINE OF JEWELRY

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HORTUS DELICIARUM IS SHOWN IN A NEW PARIS BOUTIQUE IN PLACE VENDÔME

 

Gucci’s bringing some sparkle to Paris’s 1st arrondissement with the brand’s first foray into the world of high jewelry.

The new Hortus Deliciarum line, which is influenced by the colorful and multi-faceted visions of Alessandro Michele, contains over 200 pieces (many of them one-of-a-kind). The collection’s inspiration stems from interpretations surrounding the mythical gardens of Eden, Arcadia, and Xanadu, while also drawing from the organic hues and symbolism of nature.

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Three primary themes guide the narrative of Hortus Deliciarum: eternal love, the animal kingdom, and solitaires. Tiger, lion, and Ouroboros serpent iconography make appearances alongside pink and blue sapphires, white diamonds, yellow beryls, mandarin garnets, honey-colored topaz, pearlescent opals, and glittering aquamarines. According to Michele, the gemstones are purposefully mismatched in honor of the spirit of imperfection, therefore creating a sense of “dis-cordant symmetry.” Gucci also pulled from a variety of opulent, historical artistic movements, such as Rococo, Baroque, and Georgian, to cultivate a sense of luxury and refinement in every brooch, necklace, and ring. The collection is an ode not only to Gucci’s rich history of imagery and ingenuity, but also Michele’s uninhibited maximalist aesthetic and inventiveness.

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The line will be sold at a brand new 16 Place Vendôme location, which situates the boutique amongst some of the finest jewelry retailers in the world. The interior of the store exudes a muted, old-Hollywood sort of glam: dark-panelled wooden display cases are paired with luxurious, turquoise green satin upholstery, which allows the color palette of the jewels to speak for itself.

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INTERIOR OF GUCCI’S NEW BOUTIQUE

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Along with creating the covetable collection of high jewelry, Gucci has committed itself to responsibly sourcing the gold it utilizes. Additionally, many of the materials used in Gucci’s collection are ethically sourced with the aid of initiatives such as the Kimberly Process and the Kering Responsible Gold Framework, which strive to combat corruption and inequality in the mineral mining industry, underscoring the fact that luxury doesn’t have to be at an environmental and social cost.

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Gucci Hortus Deliciarum high jewelry is now available at the 16 Place Vendôme boutique.

 

 

Sara Dal Monte

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