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Alberto ArnaudAlberto ArnaudJuly 25, 2017
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Wonderbooms

The Wonderboom is compact, fully waterproof, plays very loud for its size with a good amount of bass for its small size. It also floats in water, is shock resistant and has decent battery life. You can pair two Wonderbooms together to augment the sound. (89,00£)

 

Hp sprocket

HP’s Sprocket Photo Printer lets you show your work to the world quickly, easily and with a little fun. Its small enough to carry in a bag, you don’t have to hassle with ink cartridges and the internal battery lets you print anywhere for immediate photo gratification. (99,00£)

 

Insta360 Nano

Insta360 Nano is a small add-on that turns an iPhone 6 or 7 into a fully-fledged 360-degree camera. It clips onto the iPhone via the Lightning port, and with a dedicated app users can share their moments in 360-degree images on Facebook or YouTube. (123,99£)

 

NUXE Huile Prodigieuse

The NUXE Huile Prodigieuse Or Amazing Dry Gold Oil is a multi-usage dry oil that gives a golden shimmer to your face, body and hair. The NUXE Amazing Dry Gold Oil has a super-activated formula that combines 30% of precious plant oils and vitamin E to nourish, repair and soften face, body and hair in a single gesture. This oil leaves your face and body soft and velvety, thanks to its small golden particles, your skin glitters and reveals its beauty whenever you move. (34,00£)

 

 

 


Johana BaldellaJohana BaldellaApril 12, 2017

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FROM ST PAUL’S TO BUCKINGHAM PALACE AND PORTOBELLO ROAD

  • Parliament and Big Ben as seen from Westminster Bridge tops poll of London views that bring Brits infinite pleasure
  • Ancient and modern British sights celebrated in nationwide study, as Brits found to take over 1,000 pictures each year, many of which are scenic views
  • Views of St Paul’s, Tower Bridge and deer in Richmond Park all feature in top ten
  • Study commissioned by Samsung to launch new Galaxy S8, alongside photography project with Landscape Photographer of the Year capturing incredible views nominated
  • Giant 7x 3 metre phone installed at London’s Coin Street Observation point to frame city view

The view of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben from Westminster Bridge is London’s most iconic sight, according to a new study that celebrates the most incredible views, both ancient and modern, in the capital today.

More than 2,500 people took part in the study which asked respondents to vote from a longlist of incredible views which was created by a panel of leading travel experts from publications including Rough Guides, Mr and Mrs Smith, Wanderlust and Good Housekeeping.

The study was specially commissioned to mark the forthcoming launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone which boasts an innovative ‘Infinity Display’ screen and premium best-in-class camera which has been used to capture a series of stunning photographs of many of the views listed.

Topping the list of the greatest London views, all of which are from ‘ground-level’, is the sight of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben from Westminster Bridge, which is followed by an eclectic mix of stunning sights across the capital, from skylines to buildings to complete the top ten.

The full list of the 10 greatest London views is:

  1. Parliament and Big Ben, viewed from Westminster Bridge
  2. Tower Bridge, from the Southbank
  3. St Paul’s, viewed from Millennium Bridge
  4. Richmond Park, deer in the morning mist
  5. Buckingham Palace as viewed from down The Mall
  6. St James’ Park, beyond the lake with the London Eye in the background
  7. London skyline from Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath
  8. Little Venice, barges on the canal
  9. Canary Wharf from Greenwich Park
  10. Portobello Road, multi-coloured terraced houses

Just missing out on the top ten London views were the sights of The Thames Flood Barrier in Woolwich and Columbia Road Flower Market in Hackney.

The study also pinpointed the five key factors that make up a quintessentially British view, with rolling countryside coming top (42%), followed by rugged coastlines (21%), country villages (20%), historical landmarks (15%) and spires, cathedrals and architecture (15%). 

Samsung has celebrated the greatest British views by commissioning a new photography project from Matthew Cattell – Britain’s reigning Landscape Photographer of the Year which will be shot entirely on a Galaxy S8.  Matthew is travelling the length of the UK in March and April to capture a series of stunning shots at locations which were named in the study, including the London skyline, the Lake District and St Ives Bay.

 Selected views named in the study are also being framed by the giant Infinity Display on a 7x3m scale model of the Galaxy S8, which Samsung are taking on tour throughout April to locations which featured in the top 20, including St Ives, London and Stonehenge.  The giant S8 phone will be positioned at London’s Coin Street Observation point from Monday 10th April.

Sam Grant, Marketing Director at Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland said: “We wanted to mark the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S8, with its unique and groundbreaking Infinity Display, by celebrating the beautiful views in our country of mountains, highlands, beaches and urban skylines that are best enjoyed unconfined.” 

Landscape Photographer of the Year, Matthew Cattell said: “The Galaxy S8 has the most evolved smartphone camera in the world today creating impressively sharp pictures, even in low light conditions – which is just as well as we encountered a fair few spring showers and grey days whilst shooting the project! I hope people enjoy the results and are encouraged to get out and shoot the amazing views closest to them.”

 

The findings shine a spotlight on some of the most photographed sites in the UK revealing that the average British adult takes in excess of 1,000 pictures each year, predominantly on smartphones – the majority of which focus on landscapes and city views which was cited by 66% of those surveyed as their favoured photographic subject matter.

The study also revealed the subjects which are most likely to make pals envious when they were posted on social media sites.  Topping the list were awesome views (48%), followed by pictures of friends and family (10%), food and drink (6%) and selfies (5%). In addition to provoking jealousy, pictures of beautiful locations were also inspiration, with half of us (50%) admitting we are more likely to visit a place having seen a posted picture.

The Samsung S8 is available for pre-order until 19th April and launches in the UK on 28th April, and will be available from selected retailers as well as the Samsung e-store – for more information and stockist details visit www.samsung.com/uk.

 


Jeff ArmstrongJeff ArmstrongJuly 27, 2016
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British headphone brand, Phonaudio and National Media Group announce the launch of Phonaudio TV, a premier line-up of exclusive new music shows including coverage of the forthcoming On Blackheath festival with unique performances from Primal Scream, Hot Chip, Jazzy B, Roisin Murphy, and many more.

Phonaudio are a brand new entry to the market of high quality headphones. Their unique features boast of a distinctive sleek design, durable plastic titanium build and a multifunction button that provides a seamless switch between music and calls. More than just a product, Phonaudio is fast becoming a lifestyle, offering its customers amazing opportunities and exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ luxury experiences.

The launch of Phonaudio TV, provides a vehicle for the brand to achieve its core mission of connecting with consumers in a more exciting and engaging way. Phonaudio TV’s flagship show, ‘Guess that Track’ is a collaboration between planning and buying agency,National Media Group fronted by Television Presenter, Nikkita Punia.

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The fun game show, plays on the musical knowledge of the British public. Participants gain the possibility of winning discounted vouchers for Phonaudio headphones and exclusive VIP tickets for the prestigious 14th annual Urban Music Awards.  Phonaudio was officially announced last month as ‘Official Headphone sponsor’The show launches today (22nd of July).

The programme targets male and female music fans between the ages of 17 and 35,with Nikkita Punia tasked with uncovering consumers music tastes and discovering whether they can successfully spot a hit single that has appeared in the Top 40 charts.

Phonaudio aims to use online video content to help boost e-commerce sales, by developing a more “personal relationship” with customers and focusing on its “core values of trust, innovation, value, service and quality”.

Steven Arinze, Managing Director at Phonaudio, said: “By launching Phonaudio TV, with content closely integrated into the e-commerce mechanism, we can have a much higher level of engagement with our customers which is a very important ingredient in succeeding in todays marketplace”.

Watch the first episode of ‘Guess that Track’ here:

 


Kristina FosterKristina FosterAugust 13, 2014
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I see another hipster walking down the street wearing non-prescription glass frames. I control the urge to grab them and stamp them into the ground shouting, ‘you don’t even need these!’. From ‘GEEK’ slogan t-shirts in TopShop to clunky mannish brogues that your Sunday-school teacher was repping before you were even born, why have nerd aesthetics taken over and- dare I say it, become ‘cool’?

Of course, geek fashion is just a bi-product of the technological frenzy that has taken the modern world by storm in the last fifteen years. Apple’s ‘Think Different’ campaign, instilled the view in people that the brains behind such technology were on the same level of Einstein and possessed the same creativity as Picasso.

The death of Steve Jobs in 2011 turned him into an entrepreneurial deity and had the world in admiration as we studied his achievements as a business man in the technological field. Within the first week of his biography’s release, 370,000 copies were sold in the US, making it the top-selling book in the country book in the country in terms of weekly sales.

 

Money, music and even art are now made on computers and of course that kind of makes the person making computers a musician or artist- kind of. An interesting study done on the website Techcitement, also shows the rise of terms such as ‘geek’, ‘nerd’, ‘geeky’

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As you can see there’s an incredible surge in the use of the words ‘nerd’ and ‘geek’ from 1980 to 2008, it seems that the noun is the center of everyday language just as the words ‘Facebook’, ‘Snapchat’ and ‘Instagram’ have all become part of our vocabulary. Our very language is indeed defined by our technological interaction, terms such as: ‘LOL’, ‘OMG’, ‘BFF’, all text/ internet abbreviations have even been added to the Oxford English Dictionary. If you tried to explain that to an alien, they would probably think the human race were a bunch of raging nerds.

With films like ‘The Social Network’ coming out about Facebook and ‘The Internship’ about Google, and the new HBO series ‘Silicon Valley’, the subject of bio-epics and the heroes of the screen are the men that pioneer the internet and social media. As Jan Koum (Whatsapp founder), Larry Page and Sergey Brin (Google founders) and Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook founder, of course) enter the world’s richest list, these are not only the men of the future but those we want as future husbands. Women swoon at men saying ‘ I just released a new app’ over ‘I just bought a new car’. It’s not because we want them to set our e-mails up on our iPhones, it’s the well-known and natural attraction of women to power, (and sexy tech support is just a benefit).

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Another huge factor is that as 90s kids we were the first generation exposed to the pixely beauty of video games: Gameboys, Nintendos, Tamagotchis and to this day I still proudly mention my level 90 Charzard. Even model Cara Delevigne makes gaming fashionable by claiming to be an avid X-box fan. There’s a reason why we spend hours crouching over our parent’s shoulders trying to teach them how to attach a photo to an email. It’s because as we grew up, computers grew with us. Before you were passing notes, then suddenly you could chat over to your friends over this thing called the internet (we all remember those long MSN sessions). Suddenly you could send your ‘crush’ a smiley face, an xoxo, and even-gasp-a love heart just by the touch of a button. We are the technology generation, it’s as simple as that.


Annie PalmerAnnie PalmerJuly 14, 2014
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House of Fraser, Harrods, Dechavel, The Arch Hotel, Jimmy Choo, Cathay Pacific, Tiffany & Co, MAC Cosmetics, are just a few of the many luxury brands nominated by over 51,120 luxury consumers for the prestigious annual National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards 2014. The National Luxury and Lifestyle Awards are a British awards ceremony held by London’s No.1 Luxury and Lifestyle magazine, Chelsea Monthly. The award show celebrates the best luxury products, brands and services with all nominations submitted by luxury consumers and public voting online at chelseamonthly.com. The winners will be announced at the hotly anticipated National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards poll winners party hosted by Television Presenter, Louise Gookey and televised for the Luxury show on Sky 192.

TV Presenter & Executive Producer of the Luxury Show, Louise Gookey
TV Presenter & Executive Producer of the Luxury Show, Louise Gookey

A coveted National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards nomination is a mark of excellence and an exclusive unique selling point as an emblem of quality for all brands targeting the luxury audience.

From March, luxury consumers have submitted nominations across over 17 categories at chelseamonthly.com and over 51,120 took part this year (2014) with the buying public choosing their favorite luxury products, brands and services. This week, voting starts on the 19th of July at www.chelseamonthly.com.

Lucy Coleman, Editor at Chelsea Monthly commented “The list of brands nominated this year shows that there is a consistent rise of luxury consumers. The majority of luxury consumers define luxury now by intrinsic values such as quality, exclusivity and craftsmanship, over external factors like brand visibility. Most luxury consumers are advocates for brands they like , with ninety percent speaking about brands, their key motivations being superior quality, design and customer service.”

The National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards are fast becoming the mark of distinction that celebrates brands who go that extra mile to provide a better service, and this year we have introduced the nominees’ plaque of excellence. Each nominee will receive an official NLLA 2014 plaque to commemorate their nomination.

“Exclusivity is a core attribute that a luxury brand and/or product must have for luxury consumers and some of the new brands nominated this year have flourished in this category. I am really looking forward to hosting what will be an exciting party as we announce the winners at this year’s National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards poll winners party” added Louise Gookey, TV Presenter and Executive Producer of the Luxury Show on Sky.

The winners will be announced at the prestigious poll winners party taking place at No.41, Mayfair. London W1 on the 31st of July 2014

Find the Official Nominations for the National Luxury & Lifestyle Awards 2014 :

Best Luxury Hotel
Arch Hotel, London
The Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland
Malmaison, Liverpool
Apsley House Hotel, Bath
Rosewood, London
The Kensington Hotel, London
Westbury, London
The Chester Residence, Edinburgh

Best Luxury Spa
SenSpa at Careys Manor, New Forest
The Scarlet, Cornwall
Ockenden Manor Hotel & Spa, West Sussex
Calcot Manor, Gloucestershire
Lime Wood, New Forest, Hampshire
The Lowry, Manchester
The Grove, Hertfordshire
Bovey Castle, Dartmoor
Harmony at The Haven, Dorset Spas

Best Bar

Orrery Terrace Rooftop, London
Gong at Shangri-La Hotel, The Shard
Calcutta Club, Cardiff
Cartize, Mayfair , London
Apotheca, Manchester
Oxo Tower, London
The Artesian, Langham Hotel, London
Radio Rooftop Bar – ME London Hotel

 

Restaurant of the Year 2014
Hutong at The Shard, London
Thai Square Restaurant, Trafalgar Square
The Ledbury, London
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Mandarin Oriental, London
Nipa Thai Restaurant, London
Midsummer House, Cambridge
The Fat Duck, Bray
Restaurant Sat Bains, Nottingham
Aumbry, Prestwich, Manchester
Carters, Birmingham
Aqua Eight, Ipswich
Upstairs at the Grill, Chester, Cheshire

Best Online Retailer 2014
Net-a-porter.com
My-wardrobe.com
Avenue32.com
Thewatchgallery.com
Luxdeco.com
Dechavel.com
Selfridges.com
Gift-library.com
LN-cc.com
Harrods.com
Harveynichols.com

Best Luxury High Street Retailer

House of Fraser
Harrods
Zara
Tiffany & Co
Louis Vitton
Peter Jones
John Lewis
Hamleys
Harvey Nichols
Ozwald Boateng
Abercombie & Finch
Jo Malone

Best Fashion Brand
Jimmy Choo
Burberry
Louis Vitton
Zara
Ozwald Boateng
Abercombie & Finch
Vivien Westwood
Armani
Dechavel


Best Cosmetics Brand 2014

MAC Cosmetics
Bare Minerals
Dr. Sebagh
Crème de la Mer
Natura Bisse
SK-II
Bobbi Brown, Surf & Sand Collection
Tom Ford, Eye and Cheek Pallete

Best Health product
Nytol
Berocca
Gaviscon
Covonia
Lemsip
Bonjela
Imodium
Andrews Original

Best Travel Destination

Mauritius
Barbados
Tokyo, Japan
Bangkok, Thailand
Cape Town, South Africa
Prague, Czech Republic
Sydney, Australia
Istanbul, Turkey
Shanghai, China
Bermuda

Best Luxury Salon
Taylor Taylor London
Gary Ingham
The Luxury Gap, Surrey
The Hairven Hair Salon
Bella and Beau, Notting Hill
Charles Worthington
Martyn Maxey, Marylebone
Stuart Phillips
Andrew Barton, Covent Garden
Aveda Institute

Best Luxury VIP & Concierge brand

Quintessentially
5 Concierge
Bon Vivant
Bijou Concierge
Sincura Concierge
Ten Lifestyle Concierge
Culturati


Best Golf Brand

UKKO
Wonderful World of Golf
Callaway
Odyssey
Cobra
Aquastum
Druh
Garmin
Mizuno
Dechavel

Best Luxury Watch Brand

Jaeger- LeCoulture Master Ultra-Thin
Zuricom Watch Phone
Audemars Piguet Royal Offshore
Baume et Mercier Clifton
Dechavel
Panerai Radiomir 1940
Roger Dubuis Hommage
Richard Mille RM 50-01

Best Private Jet Hire company
Saxon Air
Diamond Jets
Centreline Air
Privatefly.co.uk
Air Partner
Amsair
Avolus
Netjets
Air Royale


Best Fragrance

Jmmy Choo EDP
Paco Rabanne 1 million
Chanel Blue
Jean Paul Gaultier (Classique)
Issey Miyake
Nina Ricci
Dolce & Gabbana (Light Blue)
Marc Jacobs (Honey)

Best Airline
Virgin Atlantic
Emirates
British Airways
Air New Zealand
Singapore Airlines
Qatar Airways
Cathay Pacific

Voting goes live on the 19th of July 2014 till the 29th of July 2014 @ http://chelseamonthly.com/nlla/voting/


Jeff ArmstrongJeff ArmstrongMarch 18, 2014
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A new  bi-monthly shopping experience launches in London in May. Blueberry Nation is aimed at connecting unique and exciting brands directly to consumers in a one stop event geared at putting the fresh and exciting feeling back into Shopping.

IEG Global (the organisers) have partnered with both Chelsea Monthly and Brand Weekly magazine to put on an event which is set to revolutionise the way we shop.

Lucy Coleman, Editor of Chelsea Monthly commented “Blueberry Nation aims to deliver a seamless, tailor-made experience  by understanding that channels have multiple roles for shoppers; they aren’t just where shoppers buy products, they are where they go for advice, prices, inspiration, excitement , prices, savings, information, special offers, range, and product experience in order to make a purchase”

From fashion, gadgets, jewellery, health, beauty, sports , leisure , food and drinks.  All participating brands will receive the exciting opportunity to introduce their products directly to consumers enabling them to make a lasting  impact on the purchasing  journey in many more ways than before. The opportunity to change shopper behaviour is better than it has ever been. Blueberry Nation will provide the retailer or brand the environment to  all the channels at its disposal to meet shoppers needs and  reap the long term  rewards.

With a perfect mix of entertainment, a fully functional cocktail bar, a live fashion catwalk show, music performances, photo-booth fun, and a chance to enjoy some of the UK’s best DJ’s . The atmosphere at Blueberry Nation will certainly be a Shoppers Paradise.

BlueBerryNation(BB)blueHead of Marketing at Blueberry Nation, Steve Campbellcommented “Our aim is to make Blueberry Nation, the ultimate shopping party. We want to create an environment which alters the traditional , embraces creativity and celebrates fun. Put quite simply, Blueberry Nation is putting the fun back into shopping for consumers and the excitement back into selling for passionate brands looking forward to introducing their products directly to our target audience”.

For more info. on Blueberry Nation. E-mail: blueberrynation@chelseamonthly.com 


AdministratoradministratorJanuary 8, 2014
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New brand, Blueberry is revolutionalising facial cleaning one face at a time.  Blueberry has launched the new Blueberrry TX1   a facial cleansing equipment designed to rejuvenate and get rid of any spots, acne and blemishes. At  a retail price of only £99, we at Chelsea Monthly magazine got to test out the product as it was delievered to our offices first hand this 2014 and it recieves a 10/10  here. It is a great invention and after myself and 5 members of staff from our health and beauty desk used it  from the 1st of January till today (9th of Jan. 2014). We were amazed at the extreme changes attained after 9 days of using the Blueberry TX1.

The Blueberry TX1 leaves your skin feeling rejuvenated, renewed.  My face radiated like never before… It works by exfoliating the face with a brush that uses high-speed oscillations powered by ultrasound waves to loosen dead skin cells.  After performing an extraction and a lymphatic drainage massage, it smooths on an antioxidant serum, reattaches the electrode, and runs a mushroom-shaped ultrasound wand over my face for precisely seven minutes.

The Blueberry XT features are as follows;

1. Water resistant.

2. Lightweight and compact.

3. Anti-slippery handle, convenient for usage in bath room.

4. Accompanied by four replaceable massage heads with different effects, you are free to choose them according to your requirement the arbitrary choice, suitable for the various parts of the body.

5. Various functions: deeply cleaning skin, effectively exfoliating of dead skin cells to reveal a radiant, youthful skin, stimulating blood circulation, eliminating fatigue and relieving pressur


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