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L100C Listen: Dean Lewis

By September 28, 2018 Editor's Picks, INSPIRATION

Are you looking for new music releases or a different kind of sound?

We are excited to share with you the music that we love at Les 100 Ciels and our edit of new artists we are currently listening to. Feel a part of the Les 100 Ciels community with a selection of the best tunes played at our stores, and be able to listen to them whenever you want and wherever you are!


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Ease into the new season with our new favourite artist, Dean Lewis. Five-time ARIA Award nominee, Lewis is an Australian singer-songwriter from Sydney best known for his debut single “Waves.” By the end of 2018 Lewis’ newly released single “Be Alright,” reached number one in Australia and was certified platinum within four weeks of release. The lyrics of this talented musician are beautiful so be sure to add his music to your playlist and don’t miss his next studio album expected in 2019!

Click here to listen on Spotify.

  1. Be Alright
  2. Waves
  3. Chemicals
  4. Lose my mind
  5. Need you now
  6. Let go
  7. Adore

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L100C Listen: Sampha

By August 21, 2018 Editor's Picks, INSPIRATION

Are you looking for new releases or a different kind of sound? From this month we are excited to share with you the Les 100 Ciels love for music and our edit of new artists we are listening to. Feel involved within the Les 100 Ciels community with a selection of the best tunes played at our stores, and be able to listen to them whenever you want and wherever you are!

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Say Hello to your late summer soundtrack with the freshest releases from Sampha. Born in 1988, the Londoner Sampha Sisay is a singer, songwriter and beat maker, who lent his voice to international artists such as Drake, Kanye West and Solange. By the end of 2017, Sampha has released his first solo album, Process. We love Sampha as nobody’s voice swoops more elegantly and mournfully than his and every lyric comes across as deeply felt.

Click here to listen on Spotify.

  1. Plastic 100 C
  2. Blood On Me
  3. Kora Sings
  4. (No one knows me) Like the Piano
  5. Take me inside
  6. Reverse Faults
  7. Under
  8. Timmy’s Prayer
  9. Incomplete Kisses
  10. What Shouldn’t I Be?

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Les 100 Ciels at All Points East

By May 25, 2018 EVENTS
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Summer is approaching and together with it some exciting news of a ten-day musical festival hitting London this May. This brand new ten day event, named All Points East, will first run from Friday 25 May 2018 until the 28th of May at the city’s Victoria Park, followed by a four – day community – focused programme, packed with comedy, food, outdoor cinema and more to reflect the vibrancy of its surrounding area.

The event is split between the opening festival, as well as standalone headline acts by Catfish & The Bottlemen, The National and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Get your tickets now as they are going fast! With tickets ranging between £59.95 and £259.95, All Points East line-up and schedule is as follows:

Friday 25th May: Kicking off with the iconic LCD Soundsystem headlining the stage , the event will follow with artists such as Phoenix, the eclectic Glass Animals, electronic pioneer Richie Hawtin and Berlin club titans Dixon and George Fitzgerald; all together creating a one-of-a-kind experience of unmissable live music.

Saturday 26th May: Following this amazing line-up comes the equally spectacular Saturday night in which the acclaimed The xx will be performing their signature minimalist electronic sound live, whilst pop artist Lorde will be joining them to showcase her exciting latest album ‘Melodrama’.  Mercury Prize winner Sampha will be offering electronic delights from debut album ‘Process’, followed by the Jamaican superstar Popcaan, the dreamy electronic pop of Lykke Li and Rex Orange County!

Sunday 27th May: Going out with a bang on Sunday is the Icelandic superstar and cult legend Bjork who, after four decades, shows certainly no signs of slowing down with brand new album ‘Utopia’. Joined by Beck, whose reputation is growing fast, making him one of the most unmissable performers of the moment.

The Bank Holiday Monday will bring some exciting entertainment, including a street food market curated by Sourced Market, pop-up bars, creative workshops courtesy of Hackney Arts and an outdoor cinema showing movies like The Breakfast Club and Moulin Rouge. In between all that action, however, All Points East continues with a free event called All Points Equal. Themed on 100 years of votes for women in Britain, the event will see live panels, outdoor film screenings (catch Moana, Suffragette, and Made in Dagenham throughout the day), free live music, a staged Suffragette rally, and many more.

We have secured our tickets, what about you?

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5 of the best easter breaks

By March 29, 2017 Travel
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The Easter long weekend will be, for many of us, the first break since Christmas so we fully intend to make the most of it!

We’ve handpicked some of the best destinations to escape to, from UK adventures to the windswept beaches on the west coast of France, there’s something for everyone.

Now all you have to do is decide which you fancy….

1. Isle of Man, UK

Isle of man

A haven for nature lovers, the beautiful Isle of Man is a bit of a hidden gem of a UK island. Seals can be spotted off the coast, and from time to time, basking sharks! Pitch up in one of the many glamping sites and hike and wild swim your long weekend away.

 


2. Vienna, Austria

Vienna

Vienna is packed with Gothic and Baroque architecture that is contrasted with the modern Zaha Hadid library by the Danube. Take a trip to the Vienna State Opera for a cultural evening of ballet or the opera. Explore the sculpted gardens of the Hofsburg Palace during the day and after, stop off at an infamous Vienna coffee house, such as Kleines Cafe and soak up the atmosphere.

 


3. Biarritz, France

Biarritz

Well known for it’s rolling waves and fantastic surfing, Biarritz is perfect for a quick getaway. With a combination of dramatic cliffs, fine beaches, fresh fish and a healthy outdoor lifestyle, Biarritz is just what you’re looking for a relaxing Easter break.


 

4. North Cornwall, UK

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It’s hard to pick a favourite part of of the gorgeous Cornish coastline, but the northern stretch is the one for us! Potter around the quaint St. Angus, stopping off for scones and clotted cream along the way- and don’t forget to leave room for a proper Cornish pastry at the St. Angus Bakery.


 

5. Seville, Spain

Seville

Head to Seville over the Easter break and catch the Semana Santa (Holy Week), Spain’s largest and most atmospheric religious festival. Sample some tapas and wander up to the Plaza de Espana and the Parque de Maria Luisa for some peace and quiet. Stay in the old town and explore the cobbled streets of the Santa Cruz quarter and the breathtaking Alcázar Palace.

Shop what to wear over the Easter break here!

 

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5 ways to spend Mother’s Day

By February 29, 2016 EVENTS
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Show you care this Mother’s Day by treating the most important woman in your life.

We’ve picked our top 5 ways to spoil your mum this Sunday, including special exhibition visits and afternoon tea!


Visit Kew Gardens Orchids Festival

Sunday will be your last chance to see The Princes of Wales Conservatory transformed into a mass of tropical colour. The theme for the orchid festival this year is colourful carnival, with the attention focused on Brazilian hybrids which take over the glasshouse in a series of displays. Highlights include Rainforest Tree sculptures, Bromeliad covered Brazilian carnival dancers in the pond and the vibrant tropical plant tunnel.

Make your visit to the Orchids Festival extra special by treating your mum for afternoon tea, including a glass of prosecco!

 Details:

Festival ends on Sunday 6th March

Afternoon tea: 1pm-3pm (£17.50 per person for a classic afternoon tea, £24 per person including a glass of prosecco)

Venue: Orangery Restaurant

Kew Garden entry fee: From £14 (https://goo.gl/u6saF6)


The must-see exhibition.

Vogue 100: A Century of Style at the National Portrait Gallery is THE exhibition to see. This beautifully curated exhibition by Robin Muir maps the evolution of Vogue images over the last 100 years, including original prints from Vogue’s conception to iconic celebrity photographs.

Vogue’s various photographers, including Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn and Nick Knight, have been brought together in an show of iconic images. The exhibition not only shows the incredible photographic journey of Vogue over the last century, but it offers a behind-the-scenes view to how the world’s most famous magazine in made.

Details:

Exhibition ends 22nd May

Prices: £19

Venue:

The National Portrait Gallery


For the green-fingered mum

Discover the paintings of some of the most significant artists who explored the theme of ‘Painting The Modern Garden’ in the new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. The exhibition displays artwork from some of the most important Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Avant-Garde artists of the early twentieth century.

Highlights include Monet’s incredible Agapanthus Triptych and Kandinsky’s Murnau The Garden II which are displayed alongside masterpieces by Van Gogh, Matisse, Cezanne and Renoir.

Make the visit extra special by visiting a special after-hours opening on Mother’s Day which includes a drinks reception in the RA’s Fine Rooms and free-reign of the exhibition.

Where: Royal Academy of Arts

When: Special Mothering Sunday evening, March 6th

Prices: £17.60 or £25 including the drinks reception.

More information: https://goo.gl/QdGQw3


Afternoon tea for 2

Fortnum & Mason is the original London tea house with experts with nearly 300 years experience. The fourth floor Tea Salon is a calm haven away from the flurry of shoppers outside. With a pianist adding to the atmosphere, sit back and enjoy the fine variety of sandwiches and pastries. Choose from a Traditional Tea, a Savoury Tea or the luxurious High Tea.

Details: Mother’s Day sittings are from 12pm-6pm.

Where: Fortnum & Mason

Prices: From £40


Spa treatment

 Treat your mum with a luxurious thirty minute Bagatelle de Gabrielle facial massage from the luxury skin care brand Omorovicza. Visit the pop ip at Clifton Nurseries for an invigorating facial treatment which uses a modern approach to the traditional Hungarian massage which targets the face, neck, shoulders and décolleté. The massge increase the muscle tone, improves firmness and eliminates excess toxins.

Details: Thirty minute facial massage

Prices: £25 (redeemable with any Omorovicza purchase)

Where: Clifton Nursery


Check out our top pick of Mother’s Day gifts in our edit here!

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