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The perception of feminine beauty

The perception of feminine beauty is governed by culture While beauty is eminently subjective and very much “in the eye of the beholder”, the notion of feminine beauty has greatly evolved over the centuries. What similarities can one possibly hope to find between Botticelli’s Venus and the corseted courtesans of Versailles, between Rubens’ voluptuous nudes […]

Charles Pépin

Charles Pépin«The effect that beauty has on us is not superficial» Philosopher, novelist and journalist, Charles Pépin has authored ten or so books that have been translated in many languages. Through his work titled “Quand la beauté nous sauve” (When beauty saves us) he invites us to look up to beauty as a way of experiencing a meaningful encounter with […]

Beauty and utility: it’s all about design

Beauty and utility: it’s all about design More than ever, we live in an object-filled world. Objects born of human intelligence and from our own highly particular gift for simplifying our lives. In a word: progress! The special 25th anniversary white citrus squeezer by Starck. Juicy Salif, Alessi, 2015DESIGN ME A FUNCTION…An object, a form, a function. […]

Health and beauty

Health & Beautyexpert advice Both mentally and physically, light is a source of precious energy for our wellbeing. It has an impact on our sleep and our mental state, as well as our ability to concentrate. Medicine is currently investigating promising light-based treatment opportunities in order to fight certain neurodegenerative diseases, given that it is now […]