GENEVA – Over 500 items—including more than one hundred Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Tod’s, and Hermès bags—are for sale at one of the most affordable auction houses in Geneva, the Hôtel de Ventes Piguet. Advertisements
GENEVA – Synthpop, Minneapolis Sound, R&B, new wave and pop are but a few of the genres that the late music icon, Prince, successfully interpreted. His death, less than two months before his 58th birthday, has left his fans sad and heart-broken. RIP to @prince…a true artist in every sense of the word. Gone…
GENEVA – Open-minded artists and scientists collide at the world’s largest hadron lab fusion of arts and science .
Thun, Switzerland – Clockwise from sunset view over Thunersee, red carpet elegance ascending, and on tap at Schloss Schadau, to morning light on the lake.
GENEVA – Synthpop may have originated elsewhere, but one of its stars made the Swiss Riviera, home. At least for a while. Glam rock’s poster child, David Bowie, passed away today at age 69; and while life on the limelight was elsewhere, Lake Geneva was certainly important.
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GENEVA, Switzerland – The Geneva food bank is looking for volunteers to help collect food items at various supermarkets around the canton.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer, could add a new title to his long career: Ace of Hearts.
MONTREUX, SWITZERLAND – I want to live like Tony Bennett; have a career that spans six plus decades with widespread artistic acclaim and wow concert halls with silky rhythm, at nearly 90 years of age.
GENEVA, Switzerland – The blues is blue this week with the passing on 14 May of one of its legends: the great B.B. King, who also happened to have performed in Switzerland more than 20 times in a 33-year span.
GENEVA, Switzerland – The 2015 Montreux Jazz Festival poster has been unveiled and it has me wondering, has artist Sylvie Fleury successfully captured an “explosion of color and music,” or has it simply… imploded?
GENEVA, Switzerland – The 25th Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie – reserved for professionals – closed in Geneva on 23 January after showcasing 16 brands, including Cartier, IWC and Vacheron Constantin. The IWC’s Portugieser celebrated its 75th anniversary with the launch of eight new references, including the watchmaker’s first annual calendar and a gala in Geneva…