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  • HAUTE COUTURE CAP

     

    Madame Marnier-Lapostolle was simply seeking to downsize. Thirty-five acres of gardens, an Olympic-size swimming pool and room for 30 horses had become a bit of burden. She should have known the house sale might have caused a few ripples in the global property pond. It is after all Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

    And since M. Marnier-Lapostolle put up a price tag of 1.1 billion dollars for her too-big-to-maintain Villa les Cèdres, the small peninsula beside Villefranche is known as the most expensive real estate in the world. Continue reading

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    SUMMER IN THE CITY : THE LONDON NOCTURNE

    This weekend the streets of the City will be full of skinsuits rather than tailored ones as the Mr Porter London Nocturne celebrates its 10th anniversary as THE festival of cycling in London. Not only do everyday cycling enthusiasts get to compare themselves with the professionals around a course that includes landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral, but folding bikes and penny farthings will also be racing. And the new Concourse D'elegance competition merges fashion and cycling - a challenge to put on your most stylish cycling outfit, polish up your bike and share the Nocturne Circuit Continue reading

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    Moto Mode

     

    The café racer was born in London at Ace Café with one simple but fantastic idea: drop a coin into the slot of the jukebox then race on a classic ‘out and back’ route to a defined point before the record finished. Such illegal and rebellious behavior got bikers a bad name in the area. Fear and loathing of two wheeled joyriders caught on quite quickly Continue reading

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    A TALE OF TWO CITIES

    Last week we showed you the sights of our hometown of Nice. Part two of our #mycyclestyle city focus sees Heidi travel to London for a micro adventure around the Big Smoke. This guest blog from our friends at Hill & Ellis has it all from the leaders of the new wave of cycling cafés to roast beef and old ales. Continue reading

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    NOTES FROM A COLD ISLAND

    A transit van.  Wind.  Chocolate liquorice.  Rain.  Gas station dining.  Rainbows.  Mix in a bowl, add some riders and a little French cycling style and you're close to making the Café du Cycliste AW15 photoshoot.  Continue reading

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