Posts Written On November 19, 2020

Fuzzy Fashions for Fall That Make You Look Chic Working from Home

Working from home means yoga pants all day and using your lap top in bed… right? But you can at least dress up in something that makes you feel professional, comfortable and most of all, chic, especially for those video meetings! Lucy Paris’s new collection has what you’re looking for this season!

Since we can’t travel to Paris at the moment, why not bring a little bit of Paris to you? The fabulous collections from Lucy Paris combine aCalifornia vibe with New York glamour and Parisian style. The best part – with the exception of a few beautifully designed dresses, everything is under $100. C’est magnifique!

Providing an ideal wardrobe for the empowered, on-the-go woman,Lucy Paris has put its mark on the fashion world with pieces that look great at weddings, brunches, or for even the stay-at-home work life. Clothes that say ready for the weekend – whatever that will bring!

Lucy Paris collections include pants, skirts, jumpsuits, dresses, and face masks.

La Femme Collection (a.k.a the Women’s Empowerment Line) features t-shirts made of 100 percent cotton with an uplifting phrase (i.e. “I’m With Her”) or a woman’s face designed to empower women. The messaging is in line with a women’s movement taking over social media where women are showing their natural beauty.

Lucy Paris’s new Again Collection is what Generation Z wants! ‘Again’ fashions is rooted in social and environmental issues. It’s a sustainable collection using fabrics that went unused last season, called dead stock, so the company isn’t purchasing more inventory. It’s right on target for the eco-friendly woman. All for under $52.

This lovely plaid mask was featured in Glamour!

Lucy Paris is giving away their beautifully printed masks to essential workers. With each mask purchased, a mask is donated to those on the front lines.

Simply put, Lucy Paris is clothing for women who love life and do it all. It’s the perfect selection for seasonal coverage you may have upcoming. I hope to connect soon to discuss more fashion news with you.

About Lucy Paris:

Based in Los Angeles, the story of Lucy Paris begins with its founder, Lucy, the curator of the brand. Lucy was born in Paris, raised in New York, and currently in Los Angeles. Since launching in 2003, the line has evolved around giving women the “ideal wardrobe.” The brand focuses on feminine pieces and intricate details that are reflective of the city girl lifestyle. Lucy Paris blends Parisian elegance, with a New York state of mind, and California cool. Each Lucy Paris piece is thoughtfully made for women who are fashion-forward, confident, and effortless. Taking inspiration from Paris, New York, and Los Angeles, the collection is designed as an homage to the women from these cities: the ladies who brunch, work 9 to 5, live to travel, plan their outfits, post photos of their outfits, love happy hour and dinner parties. Follow them on Instagram @lucyparislabel.


Sir Richard Branson’s luxury private chalet to re-open December 2020

Ski in style at The Lodge this winter

Sir Richard Branson’s luxury private chalet to re-open December 2020

18 November – The Lodge, part of the luxury collection of properties from Virgin Limited Edition will once again be re-opening its doors this December, welcoming guests back for the winter season.

Its timely re-opening coincides with the relaxation of Switzerland’s quarantine conditions from almost all countries, meaning travellers no longer need to quarantine on arrival leaving plenty of opportunity to enjoy the slopes and some much-needed mountain air.


Perched high in the Swiss Alps, and complete with nine stunning bedrooms and suites, an indoor pool, indoor and outdoor hot tubs and a friendly team of experienced staff including Michelin-star trained chefs, The Lodge is a true alpine paradise, ideal for the ultimate luxury ski holiday.


With the option to book The Lodge exclusively, it offers the perfect winter escape in the current climate. Exclusive use rates, of nine rooms accommodating up to eighteen guests, start from CHF 150,000 (£126,675) for a 7-night stay and are valid for arrivals from 13th December 2020 – 11th April 2021, subject to availability.

For the first time The Lodge will also be introducing new rates for smaller groups, offering the option to book up to six rooms from only CHF 110,000 (£92,895), or, up to four rooms at CHF 90,000 (£76,005) for a seven night stay, whilst still having exclusivity of The Lodge. Stays of three or four nights will also be possible for select dates in the season.

All rates are inclusive of luxury accommodation, all meals including a light lunch for those guests not eating on the mountain, all drinks including a top-quality wine list and house champagne, a dedicated team, inclusive of a driver service within Verbier, plus all local taxes.

Ashley Walker, General Manager at The Lodge commented: “We are so excited to be re-opening our doors and welcoming our guests back for the winter season.

“While The Lodge has been temporarily closed, there has been an enormous amount of work behind the scenes from our team to ensure we are in the very best position to welcome back our guests with meticulous safety and hygiene measures, ensuring complete peace of mind and trust in everything we do.

“We are working closely with local authorities to ensure we are meeting all local safety regulations, but Verbier will still very much be open and our beautiful lodge set at the foothills of the mountain offers the ultimate privacy with all of the extra little touches and luxuries you have come to expect from any of our Virgin Limited Edition properties.”

For bookings please call T: 0800 716 919 (UK toll free). Alternatively e-mail