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La poésie de la bijouterie, par Félix Albert – joaillier parisien

Félix Albert, c’est le jeune joaillier parisien qui a tout d’un grand: honoré au rang de Premier accessit du concours Jacques Lenfant en 2009 pour son sublime travail, puis passé par la haute joaillerie au sein des ateliers Cristofol et Bouissière (maisons Louis Vuitton, Cartier, JAR…), il est  aujourd’hui à son compte et nous l’avons rencontré.

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Rencontre avec…un thésard pas comme les autres

Alexandre Iltchev, doctorant en mécanique des matériaux, a une passion: fabriquer des répliques de mobilier design en bois, notamment du célèbre designer, architecte et ébéniste Gerrit Rietveld. Dans La Vaibz l’a rencontré, et vous invite à découvrir un travail surprenant.

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21 Embarrassing Examples Of Why French People Are Way Trashier Than Americans

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Though I have recently returned to the States after a three-year stint in the land of cheese and wine, I’m afraid my heart will always remain in that charming Hexagon of cultural refinement. I have taken the best things back with me, of course: a French man, an entire novel’s worth of incredible recipes, and the reassuring knowledge that, no matter how trashy my home country might be, France will always take the cake when it comes to letting it all hang out from time to time. Here, a few of my favorite examples of why we need to stop thinking of French people as sophisticated cosmopolitans, and start thinking of them as our adorable, slightly inbred cousins.

1. Their Presidents have no problem showing how they really feel about the dirty plebes they were elected to serve.

A few years back, then-President Nicolas Sarkozy was mingling with the paupers…

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