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October 26, 2012   
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Ticking Heart
The unique feature of the new Tissot Le Locle Automatic Chronometer Edition is a sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective coating to help devotees of exceptional timepieces get even closer to the watch’s ticking heart. The exquisite arrows appear to be floating over the beautifully decorated, guilloché-worked dial, given a little more modern touch by Arabic numerals. The watch is at its most sophisticated and innovative in the two-tone version, while the pink gold PVD-coated version embodies timeless elegance.

The new Tissot chronometer is available with a stainless steel bracelet or a leather strap.


Almost All the Shoes in the World

Sarenza, a French retailer specializing in online sales of footwear and purses, has unveiled a new autumn-winter collection which includes products marketed under the company’s own brand, Georgia Rose. The new brand from Sarenza stands out with fine quality, reasonable prices and a wide choice of goods.

Georgia Rose appeals to dynamic and ambitious women who dare to be different. Whatever is in fashion this season, the new collection has it all, from burgundy red and shades of brown to clasps and straps to golden abundance and boho-chic with tassels and fine designs, to Aztec themes, which are the hottest thing this year.

Along with Georgia Rose, the company’s Polish website at www.sarenza.pl, launched in April, lists over 400 other brands with tens of thousands of models of purses and shoes for men, women and children. The website features attractive artwork, an easy-to-navigate layout and quality photographs.

Sarenza was established in France in 2005 and has since developed into a rapidly growing and popular online store. The French Association of Mail Order Companies has given it its FEVAD award for the best fashion-related website. The store has also been a success in Britain and Germany.


Handmade Jewelry from Denmark

Danish jewelry producer Pilgrim, a newcomer to the Polish market, has unveiled its latest winter collection. Most items in the highly inventive collection have been inspired by wild, untamed nature, ranging from trend-setting, exceptional jewelry pieces modeled on the texture of rocks to super feminine, chic items which are a homage to classic design.

Contemporary women with style who feel best at home in big cities will appreciate Pilgrim’s accessories which in a somewhat unruly fashion combine black, leather and metals.

Pilgrim jewelry is about blending styles, playing on the contrast between simple elements and feminine warmth. Plain earrings come with asymmetrical necklaces and stones featuring diamond cuts. If you are looking for something special to wear on New Year’s Eve, search no more—Pilgrim has just the right jewelry with a large and shiny stone and winter-style earrings.

Each item in Pilgrim’s new 2012 collection is hand-made at the Danish company’s production facility. The jewelry is coated with fine layers of hematite, Sterling silver or 16-carat gold in hues of yellow and pink. Pilgrim products contain no nickel or other toxic substances. They are decorated with exclusive Swarovski crystals and other synthetic gemstones of high quality.


MG Home from Magda Gessler

Polish celebrity restaurateur Magda Gessler has launched a collection of kitchenware called MG Home, designed for those who like her style and cuisine and want to polish their own cooking skills. Gessler says her new brand was designed by “a demanding person for demanding people.”

MG Home comprises four lines of professional kitchenware called Moderno, Piatti, Tamiz and Amante. They include pots, saucepans, two types of frying pans and grill pans, knives and kitchen accessories made of stainless steel and organic bamboo of high quality.

The Piatti line includes four aluminum pots with glass lids. They are ideal for boiling, stewing, frying and, after the lids are removed, baking. Piatti vessels have a triple-layer non-stick coating to enable healthy cooking with as little fat as possible. With thick bottoms and sides made of the best aluminum, they ensure even heat distribution. Piatti products are resistant to high temperature, scratching and abrasion. Along with the pots, the Piatti line consists of a set of four frying pans which too are resistant to scratching and very high temperatures.
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