Ségolène

By: Gabriela Yareliz It’s no secret that Nicolas Sarkozy holds a very special place on my “fascinating politicians” list. Okay, I admit it, he’s at the top of the list. Meeting him and speaking with him was pretty much mind-blowing. A fantastic birthday gift, God, very thoughtful. In 2007, Sarko was challenged in his raceContinue reading “Ségolène”

This Month’s Picks: April 2014

By: Gabriela Yareliz April is done. The tension at school is palpable. Exams are looming in the forecast like heavy dark clouds. This month was filled with fun, laughter, some beautiful days and flowers. YouTube finally decided to do an ad campaign with its ever famous and now ubiquitous makeup artists; trees turned pink andContinue reading “This Month’s Picks: April 2014”

From Madame Figaro

By: Gabriela Yareliz I read an article that was all about restoring our body and skin and detoxing. It speaks of the dangers of some fad diets and fasting, but the benefits of some simpler purer diets and a more controlled and safe fasting. Here is an excerpt (the heading is linked to the article): LesContinue reading “From Madame Figaro”

Aristocratic Autumn 2013 Approaches

(Lace) By: Gabriela Yareliz Autumn is about a month a way (Sept. 22). Here is some of the autumn inspiration. Of course there are many look books and styles that are to be reflected but these are the ones that I found pleasing. I found Dolce & Gabbana’s collection to be one of the mostContinue reading “Aristocratic Autumn 2013 Approaches”

Madame Figaro: Olga Kurylenko

By: Gabriela Yareliz I was absolutely captivated by Olga Kurylenko’s photoshoot in March’s Madame Figaro. Wow. Magnifique. The photography is brilliant. Behind this gorgeous face is a young woman who lived through the explosion in Chernobyl; who ate cereals when there was nothing else; who grew up with her mother and grandmother, seeing her fatherContinue reading “Madame Figaro: Olga Kurylenko”