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“Le Riad Marc Cain“: A colorful journey with magic moments

Berlin, 3rd July 2018 – “Le Riad Marc Cain“ impressed the trade audiences, numerous VIPs and high-level influencers. The latest Spring/Summer 2019 Collections were presented with Moroccan flair and focus on sophisticated prints, strong boosts of colour and vibrant pastel shades.

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“Le Riad Marc Cain“: A colorful journey with magic moments
Berlin, 3rd July 2018 – “Le Riad Marc Cain“ impressed the trade audiences, numerous VIPs and high-level influencers. The latest Spring/Summer 2019 Collections were presented with Moroccan flair and focus on sophisticated prints, strong boosts of colour and vibrant pastel shades.
Marrakech is a place of longing and inspiration in one. The magic of the thousand-and-one-nights metropolis has always attracted jet set celebrities, especially in the 60s. Inspired by this charm, the motto of the Marc Cain Fashion Show “Le Riad Marc Cain“ came to life.
Strong colours and the influences from various cultures and ethnicity was at the forefront of the Fashion Show. The African continent, in particular, served as a source of inspiration for prints, designs and details. Ruffles, frills and flounces were a must when creating feminine, flowing maxi-dresses. Decorative earrings, turbans and colourful hairbands spread that summer feeling.
The connection between Moroccan tradition and modernity is underlined by a golden catwalk, decorative ornaments and stylised portals. The colours of gold, aqua, sand and white dominate the staging.
The most emotional moment came right at the end of the Show when Helmut Schlotterer, Chairman of the Board, Founder and Owner stepped onto the stage and thanked the Managing Director Design, Karin Veit, for her outstanding commitment, her amazing life-time achievement and their 43 years of working together. Karin Veit will be leaving Marc Cain as from 31st July 2018 to dedicate time to her personal life.
Marc Cain GmbH Phone +49.7471.709- 0 Managing Director: AG Stuttgart, HRB 380206
Marc-Cain-Allee 4 Fax +49.7471.709- 5 100 Helmut Schlotterer, VAT DE146893342
72411 Bodelshausen info@marc-cain.com Karin Veit, Norbert Lock, Tax no. 86115/63004
Germany www.marc- cain.com Urs Konstantin Rouette
A high-class front row was another highlight this season: Veronica Ferres, Annemarie Carpendale, Joy Denalane, Bettina Zimmermann, Marie Bäumer, Liv Lisa Fries and many more were not going to miss the Marc Cain Show. Even top bloggers took their seats including Stefanie Giesinger, Caro Daur, Leonie Hanne and Xenia Adonts. The Show was opened by the famous super model Isabeli Fontana; the catwalk also featured Talia Graf, niece of tennis legend Steffi Graf.
Actress Veronica Ferres has been a guest at the Marc Cain Fashion Show twice already and displayed her enthusiasm: “I love the variety of colours and patterns in the Collection. I’ve already even found some favourite pieces – I especially find the long dresses in the wonderful colour combinations with jungle print wonderful!“

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CÎROC VODKA provides official toast at Victoria's Secret after party

Angels, celebs and fashion elite dazzled by CÎROC’s On Arrival
cocktails and celebratory atmosphere as Victoria’s Secret Show
ends in true model fashion

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CÎROC VODKA PROVIDES STYLISH ‘OFFICIAL
TOAST’ FOR VICTORIA’S SECRET SHOW AFTER
PARTY’
Angels, celebs and fashion elite dazzled by CÎROC’s On Arrival
cocktails and celebratory atmosphere as Victoria’s Secret Show
ends in true model fashion
1st December 2016 – It is the question on everyone’s lips – ‘How does a
Victoria’s Secret Angel celebrate when she finishes the biggest catwalk of
her life?’ With a toast of CÎROC!
Held in the iconic Grand Palais Paris with guest DJ Lindsay Luv, guests
danced the night away. Made using fine French grapes, the luxury vodka
paid perfect homage to the Parisian surroundings and the ultimate
celebration moment. Guests sipped on an exclusive list of CÎROC
cocktails including ‘Supermodel Splash’, ‘CÎROC Blue Stone’ and ‘Angel
Cîrocco’ – the perfect celebratory toasts.
Returning to France for the first time since its debut in Cannes in 2000,
the city of lights played host to the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at
the stunning Grand Palais. The world’s top Supermodels (on and off the
catwalk) and the biggest names in music and fashion descended on the
city with guests from over 50 countries coming together to watch the
Angels, including Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and Elsa Hosk grace
the runway.
At what is arguably, one of the biggest and most anticipated fashion
events on the planet, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is the pinnacle of
any model’s career. So as the lights went down on the catwalk, (Tinie
Tempah, Oliver Rousteing, and Vincent Cassel) were amongst the mix of
truly international guests who joined the Victoria’s Secret Angels to
celebrate their ‘On Arrival’ moment with CÎROC – the Official Toast of the
2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show After Party.
CÎROC also debuted its very own pair of wings as it revealed its exclusive
2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show CÎROC bottle* – the wings, etched
into the deep blue background of the bottle came to life as the night fell
and the sparkles emanated like confetti, capturing the energy and
celebration of the evening.
Samantha Reader, Global Marketing Director Diageo Reserve, said: “Our
global campaign ‘On Arrival’ marks defining moments of success and
celebrates people living their dream. The Victoria’s Secret Fashion show is
a pinnacle moment for any fashion model and it makes sense to celebrate
with a brand, like CÎROC, that prides itself in toasting these moments
when you know you’ve truly made it.”
Celebrities, Angels, and the fashion elite were treated to signature
CÎROC serves as well as specially crafted delights for the After-Party of
the year. Plese see below.
CÎROC BLUE STONE COCKTAIL
INGREDIENTS
40ml CÎROC vodka
20ml Fresh pressed lemon juice
10ml Vanilla syrup
Soda water
METHOD
Shake the vodka, lemon juice and syrup together. Strain into an ice filled
glass and top with soda water.
ANGEL CÎROCCO
INGREDIENTS
40ml CÎROC Vodka
25ml Lime Juice
50ml Cranberry Juice
6-8 Mint leaves
12.5ml Sugar
METHOD
Swizzle all the ingredients and pour into a champagne flute. Garnish with
a mint sprig.
SUPERMODEL SPLASH
INGREDIENTS
40ml CÎROC vodka
Sicilian Lemon
METHOD
Pour CÎROC vodka into high ball glass and top with lemonade.
*LIMITED EDITION BOTTLE TO BE USED ON SOCIAL ONLY – The CÎROC
Victoria Secret Fashion Show 2016 Limited Edition bottle will not be
available for commercial sale – it will be present at the after party only.
ENDS
For further information please contact:
Bajdala-Brown, Lauren
Lauren.Bajdala-Brown@diageo.com
0777590792
NOTES TO EDITORS
ABOUT CÎROC® VODKA
CÎROC Vodka was launched in 2003. Unlike most vodkas that are derived
from grain, it is distilled from fine French grapes which results in a
luscious and elegantly smooth mouth-feel.
Created by Master Distiller Jean-Sebastien Robicquet, CÎROC, is distilled
five times at the historic Distilleriede Chevanceauxin the South of France.
Robicquet saw an opportunity to create a sophisticated, luxury vodka
which is a reflection of the lifestyle adopted by the modern elite who
dream big, celebrate their successes and go against the grain. Living in
“the now” is at the heart of CÎROC Vodka, encapsulating luxury,
trendsetting moments within fashion, music and popular culture.
ABOUT DIAGEO
Diageo is a global leader in beverage alcohol with an outstanding
collection of brands including Johnnie Walker, Crown Royal, JεB,
Buchanan’s and Windsor whiskies, Smirnoff and Cîroc vodkas, Captain
Morgan, Baileys, Don Julio, Tanqueray and Guinness.
Diageo is listed on both the London Stock Exchange (DGE) and the New
York Stock Exchange (DEO) and our products are sold in more than 180
countries around the world. For more information about Diageo, our
people, our brands, and performance, visit us at www.diageo.com. Visit
Diageo’s global responsible drinking resource, www.DRINKiQ.com, for
information, initiatives, and ways to share best practice.
Celebrating life, every day, everywhere.

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Jaeger‑LeCoultre’s affinity with the 7th Art is all about two worlds infused with the same creative effervescence, inspired by a longstanding tradition and the absolute quest for excellence.

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JAEGER-LECOULTRE AND CINEMA
Jaeger‑LeCoultre’s affinity with the 7th Art is all about two worlds infused with the same creative effervescence, inspired by a longstanding tradition and the absolute quest for excellence. Jaeger‑LeCoultre supports all those who create on a daily basis, who bring life to the art of filmmaking, and attaches great importance to the preservation of its heritage.
For more than a decade, Jaeger LeCoultre has been closely associated with the most prominent artistic film festivals around the world, including the Venice International Film Festival and the Shanghai International Film Festival, and in turn pays tribute to the creative talent of filmmakers by annually awarding the Glory to the Filmmaker Award.
Since January 2018, Jaeger‑LeCoultre is delighted to have welcomed Benedict Cumberbatch as new Global Brand Ambassador.

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Summer Fashion / Women 40+

When you are 40, you have to think about pieces being appropriate for your age.

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By Erin Busbee
As a Wardrobe Stylist, I am always trying to look my best. But, with this impending, milestone birthday, I’m scrutinizing my style in a way I’ve never done before. Gone are the days of throwing anything ‘cute’ on and running out the door. When you are 40, you have to think about pieces being appropriate for your age.
Many of you are probably right there with me. I know my clients are continually facing the same challenge. Asking me if it’s okay to wear shorts (depends), mini-skirts (not really), message T’s (never), capri pants (nope), Bermuda shorts (if they’re fitted)… and so on and so on.
There are exceptions to every rule. Some of you hot, 40-year-old babes, will be able to wear whatever you want. But, most of us need guidance. For those who aren’t sure, I’m breaking it all down… just in time for summer!
DRESSES
Let’s start with dresses. Dresses are a no brainer in a couple of ways. They are easy. You don’t have to worry about what to wear with them, like you do with separates. And, they keep you cooler in the hot summer heat. They also generally offer more length and coverage than shorts.
SLEEVELESS: With sleeveless dresses, you can add a blouse underneath to give you arm coverage. Or simply put a blazer or cardigan over your dress.
OFFICE LENGTH: For work, the fail safe length for your skirts and dresses should be what I call in, “The Knee Zone!” That is; two inches above the center of your knee or two inches below.
CASUAL LENGTH: For casual outings or running errands, make sure your dresses pass the fingertip test. Hold your arms pressed against your sides, and make sure the hemline of your skirt or dress is at least as long as your middle finger. Yes, I know some of you have freakishly long arms. Feel free to give yourself an inch or two. You may also want to sit in your dress to make sure when seated, you are comfortable with everything that shows.

PANTS & JEANS

Even though it gets extraordinarily hot here in the summer, pants and jeans are still a fashionable and functional option, especially in lightweight, breathable fabrics.
SKINNY JEANS: Many women wonder whether skinny jeans are too young. The answer is absolutely not. I would just balance the tight fitting pants with something more voluminous on top. You should also consider the length of your top. A longer top works well to minimize typical problem areas like bigger hips and thighs.
WHITE OR LIGHT SKINNY JEANS: Wearing white or light skinny jeans is a little trickier. The light color is less flattering. It’s best to opt for white jeans rather than cotton pants, because the thickness of the denim will hide lumps and bumps. If you are bigger on the bottom, I would avoid white or light colored jeans/pants. But, if you are smaller on the bottom, the lighter color will make you look more proportionate. White paired with a bright color is so fresh for summer!
CAPRIS: Capris are the pants that hit mid-calf and are traditionally straight leg. In my opinion, they look dated and cut you off, making you look shorter and wider. Opt instead for an ankle pant that is tapered or fitted through the leg and ends in “The Ankle Zone,” that is, at or up to a few inches above your anklebone.
CROPPED ANKLE PANTS/JEANS: Say hello to the new, more modern “capri.” The cigarette or ankle pant is chic while still keeping you cool in the hot summer months. Look for breathable fabrics. These pants will still shorten your legs. To give yourself some added length, choose wedges or heels.

MAXI DRESSES & SKIRTS

Maxi dresses are perfect for vacations, the beach, pool parties and running errands.
They can be age appropriate, but the style is not for everyone. They are usually quite bohemian. You can find classic prints and versions, but if you have trouble buying one because it just doesn’t feel right, again, the maxi is probably not your style.
The maxi dress covers your lower half completely, so you can be a bit more daring with what you show on top.

FASHION TRENDS

Another common question I am asked, “Is it okay to wear trendy things at my age?” My rule of thumb with fashion trends is similar to my philosophy about life, everything in moderation!
Pick ONE trend and ONE piece. Keep everything else quiet. For example, you can add a pop of color and interest to your look by carrying a trendy, printed handbag.
SHORTS
Clients are always asking me about shorts. Can I wear shorts? How long should they be? Let me start by saying, not everyone over 40 should be wearing shorts. If your legs are not looking good, then I would skip shorts or wear longer shorts. If you DO decide to wear shorts, the length is essential.
LENGTH: Make sure your shorts pass the fingertip test (see above). I’m petite (5’4″), so shorter shorts (around 3 to 4 inch inseam) work best on me. If you are taller, or want more coverage, you can opt for slightly longer shorts (5 inch+ inseam.) If you want to look longer and skinnier, wear neutral colored wedges or heels to elongate your legs.
“WALKING or BERMUDA SHORTS:. These are the shorts that hit one to three inches above your knee. These are fine to wear, just make sure they are slim-fitting or tapered. Also, they will cut your legs in half, so wedges would give you some added height.
WHAT TO WEAR WITH SHORTS: Remember, if you are wearing shorts out in public (versus just kicking around house or privately with your family) you should also aim to keep your upper body slightly more covered. I love paper-thin cotton, button up shirts with my shorts. They give me coverage, without adding warmth. You can also try short-sleeve or 3/4 sleeve tops. For a dressier look, DO try a blazer with your shorts. It is an unexpected and modern look for evening.
I always look for shorts in really great fabrics like, thick cotton, silk, or leather. The more luxurious the fabric, the most sophisticated the shorts. I also find shorts that are a bit roomy around my thighs, which makes your legs look smaller. If they are too tight around your legs, it will have the opposite effect.
Style questions? Email Erin: Erin@BusbeeStyle.com
Special thanks to DAISY PEARL BOUTIQUE IN BOERNE for providing all of the clothing and accessories for these 40+ fashions!

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