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  • Our first pop up of the season

    It's the time of the year again! The holiday season and the gift hunting will kick off soon. Shhh, let's pamper and spoil yourself right now before the others! Join us at the Holiday Bazaar on Wednesday Nov 4, 12-8PM at the Fringe Club, Central.

    Fringe Club 4 Nov

  • Last Pop-Up of 2014 at the Conrad Christmas Fair

    Don't miss the chance to complete your gift list with beautiful and unique jewelry. And maybe treat yourself with a little something.

    Find us at the booth BW7 in the Conrad Ballroom (5/F), Pacific Place, Admiralty

    Conrad Xmas Fair - Gift & Lifestyle V3

  • December Pop-ups!

    Our last appearances for the year. So if you're still struggling to find the right gifts or if you're just in the mood to pamper yourself, don't forget to pop by!

    What's more? The contributions of the 2nd Annual holiday bazaar organized by asifma will be donated to the Liberty Asia to help fight slavery and human trafficking in SE Asia.

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    This is the last date out of the ever-popular Conrad Christmas fair, with a large variety of offers that covers just about every taste. Don't miss out!

    Conrad Xmas Fair - Gift Festival V2

  • SOOOO FRENCH Christmas POP UP

    Don't miss us next Monday! You'll get a chance to complete your gift list thanks to our gift suggestions. Come and grab a box. We'll donate 5% of each sale to support the cause of the Children of Mekong

    So French Nov 2014

  • HOLIDAY BAZAAR 2014 POP UP

    The pop-up season is back! For the ones who missed us last Monday at the Conrad Gift & Lifestyle Fair, here's a chance to get the perfect Nuage gift for the holidays.We'll be participating in the Holiday Bazaars 2014 at the Fringe Club. The new collections of Medecine Douce, Anne Thomas and Alexandra Margnat will be available there...

    Fringe Club Holiday Bazaar 2014

  • First appearance of 2014: Fringe Club Spring Bazaar

    We're back this time of the year to unveil the Spring-Summer 2014 collections. Come and visit us at the Fringe Club Spring Bazaar (2 Lower Albert Road, Central) on Wednesday, March 26th, from 12-8pm to see what our designers have designed to make you look beautiful this season. After picking the piece that will light up your wardrobe and mind, you'll also find a little something for your husband, children and home there. So, guilt-free!

    Even better, you can go home with a complimentary personalized cupcake (courtesy of Shopping Hongkong), if you sign up in advance by emailing to shoppinghongkong@gmail.com and giving the name of your child (or your partner).

    The event is open to public so come during lunch, after lunch or even after work. We'll be there waiting for you!

    201403 Fringe Club Spring

  • Next Appearance: Holiday Bazaar

    Our last appearance before the holidays! Don't miss the opportunity to get your gifts sorted! Not only will you be able to see and try a special selection of our jewelry, you will be able to get our personal advice and styling tips. So come drop by on Monday, 16 December at the Hong Kong American Club in Tai Tam!

    Not a member? No worries, just write to us at rsvp@nuageconcept.com to get access by Friday, 13 December. See you there!

    Poster Long

  • Next Appearance: KEE Club & DSTS's Annual Holiday Bazaar!

    Nuage Invitation

    On Monday, Nov 25, from 11am – 8pm, join us at KEE Club (6/F, 32 Wellington Street, Central) for KEE Club and Dim Sum & Then Some’s 5th Annual Holiday Bazaar, a full day of fabulous festive season fun featuring holiday grooves, mulled wine, mince pies, Christmas cakes and cookies, and all day free flowing dim sum. Featuring 20 of Hong Kong’s best brands –- from holiday cards and wrapping, to beautiful organic foods for your next dinner party, to accessories for your table and gorgeous gifts for the home, to stunning candles and spa products, to glittering jewellery (that's where Nuage comes in), plush cashmere and sparkling kaftans, to adorable children’s wear and toys -- this is the most show-stopping shopping event of the season! Entry is complimentary and all guests are welcome, including children, for this very special one-day-only festive fair.

  • Mode Coaching: PINK

    PINK is the new black. If you are hesitating about buying it or are in the hopes of it disappearing altogether, it's time to rethink: from powder pink winter coats by Céline or Carven to bright pink outfits for next summer, pink is here for the long haul!

    Pink Theme Merged

    But not everyone can pull off this color from head to toe, so how can you "pink up" your wardrobe without looking like a fashion victim? With pink bags and accessories of course! We selected a few pieces from our collection that you could wear for a date with your girlfriends as well as that business meeting...

    Pink Theme Final

    Clockwise from top left:
    - Large Hortensia Pink Quartz Earrings
    - Icicle Vermeil Pink Quartz Earring
    - Dentelle Pink Quartz Necklace
    - Cailloux Bangle Rose Quartz

  • Travel Diary: Un Petit Voyage Provençal...

    Before the summer slips away from us, a little trip back in memory lane to one of the world's most beloved (and traveled) destinations is the perfect activity - seriously, is it August already?

    Experiencing la Provence is about lengthy lunches as much as visiting medieval churches and discovering roman ruins. There are some places you can't help but fall in love with and return year after year. From endless, rippling lavender fields and honey-stone hilltop villages to local restaurants (think about the book by Peter Mayle and movie "A Good Year" starring Russel Crowe and Marion Cotillard). We are sharing some of our favorite villages and restaurants in this renowned region.

    Châteauneuf-du-Pape, perfect for the wine lovers. 

    We've had a good fortune of staying in the small but famous village of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and took sequential day-trips to visit other nearby villages such as Avignon, Orange, Aix-en-Provence and Nîmes. The village itself is quite small, so restaurants tend to fill up very quickly. Hence, get down to La Mère Germaine early, where the service and food were equally top notch. If you are in a mood for a more grandiose dinner, book a table outdoor at l'Hostellerie Château des Fines Roches, where the view is exceptional and the food exquisite. After your feasts, you can have a nice walk around the vineyards which is such a beautiful stroll.

    Sainte Magnance - restaurant Auberge des Cordois  (1) Chateauneuf du Pape  (7)

    Chateauneuf du Pape - Hostellerie Chateau des Fines Roches  (37)

    Gigondas, a small provençal village

    The old village of Gigondas rises up from the surrounding vineyards. The village is known for its wine which tends to be spicy from its rocky, mineral-rich terrain. We highly recommend you to dine at the restaurant l'Oustalet (booking required) for a gastronomic lunch (even the Michelin guide agrees).

    Gigondas - restaurant L'Oustalet  (5)Gigondas - restaurant L'Oustalet  (29)

     

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and environs

    Enjoy the limestone Alpilles Mountain's dramatic view from the village, les Baux-de- Provence and have a nice coffee at its typical "place du village" or "main square" by the fountain and in the shimmering shade under the trees. Then head to Saint-Rémy-de Provence, this ever more high-end town was the home of various famous artists including Van Gogh, who admitted himself to the Monastère St-Paul-de-Mausolée, an asylum just on the outskirts. For a friendly meal, try the restaurant l'Olivade with its homey courtyard.

     

    Don't miss these others places:

    The beautiful ancient village of Gordes, perched on the southern edge of the high Plateau de Vaucluse is classed as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France". Behind the village (to the north), small roads lead into the rocks and valleys with the picturesque Abbaye de Sénanque with fields of lavender (only 4 km away), yet isolated in its own little valley.

    Abbaye de Senanque  (71)

     

    In Avignon, get cultural and historical enlightenment by visiting the group of monuments - the Palais des Papes, the surrounding ramparts and the remains of a 12th-century bridge over the Rhône, the Petit Palais and the romanesque Cathédrale de Notre-Dame-des-Doms - that testify to the leading role played by Avignon in 14th-century Christian Europe. This cultural day will not be complete without a stop at the Pont du Gard, another UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ancient roman aqueduct is a technical as well as an artistic masterpiece.

    Avignon  (21) Pont du Gard (14)

     

    Aix-en-Provence, an elegant and charming small city with tree-line boulevards, aristocratic townhouses and seductive squares with fountains. If you have a sweet tooth, try a calisson, an iced marzipan candy, made of ground almonds and fruits which is a native of Aix.

    Heading to Mediterranean, don't miss Cassis, an underrated seaside hangout with its busy working harbor. From there; take a boat trip to les Calanques and explore the secret natural coves and the truly magical turquoise sea.

    Cassis-Les Calanques  (39) Cassis-Les Calanques  (24)

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