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What better way to celebrate women than with art? And with that idea, luxury Swiss watchmaker and Marc Ferrero cultivated the art of storytelling in their respective fields. A story of timeless adventures is embodied by a truly unique timepiece.
Big Bang One Click, unveiled last week at Baselworld, pays homage to the 21st century woman who distinguishes herself through the multiplicity of her roles. A wife, mother, friend, lover, business woman, femme fatale, fashion icon or night owl… She is embodied as the heroine of modern times. She is disarming and makes light of the simple or complex adventures that she comes up against.
The dial tells the story of this heroine of modern times with ‘Lipstick’–an iconic work by local artist Marc Ferrero. Enigmatic behind her dark glasses, she remains majestic in the face of the unexpected and affirms her femininity, armed with her lipstick.
Spinels in shades of red, topazes for the turquoise version, and 42 fine stones decorate the bezel of the new 39mm case. With its ‘One Click’patented fastening system, the leather strap makes way for a version in alligator and rubber, a touch of sophistication appropriate for the moment.
As a painter, Marc Ferrero is recognised for a his signature style that distinguishes him from other Provencal artists. Using unmixed primary colors, he works the canvas to explode into near-abstract images. Expansive Provencal skies, vibrant bouquets of sunflowers, or lush lavender fields.
Available in red and turquoise, the special series will be available in 50 copies of each tone at .
The National Council and government have come together for the 3rd Joint Monitoring Meeting on Covid-19.
As lockdown continues, the fire brigade of Monaco is taking additional steps to ensure the rules of confinement are respected, notably by integrating a drone as part of its public safety repertoire.
The Assembly has unanimously re-elected Stéphane Valeri as President of the National Council, with Brigitte Boccone-Pagès remaining as Vice-President.
Two Monaco-based companies are doing their bit to help during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A head-on collision between a car and a scooter caused the Moyenne Corniche to be closed for almost two hours on Saturday morning, shortly after 9:45am. The Monaco fire service was called to the scene where the scooter rider, 52, was gravely injured. The man, a Nice resident, later died from his injuries, according to Monaco-Matin.
French police based in Menton are seeking to establish the cause of the accident, in which the scooter was totally destroyed. This latest accident involving a two-wheeler underlines the fact that more than half of fatal accidents on the Cote d’Azur involve motorcyclists and scooter drivers.
READ MORE: Road accidents with two-wheelers on the rise
Sonia Irvine, the driver behind Amber Lounge, Formula One’s biggest weekend bash, confirmed that, as of yesterday, Amber Summer is a go…
For the first time in its 14-year history, Monaco's Grand Prix ultimate post-race party known as Amber Lounge will morph into 'Amber Summer' the week following race weekend. “I’ve been wanting to do this for a few years,” Sonia tells Monaco Life, “and all the pieces fell into place, so it was time. I’m very excited to be doing something new.” Open daily from 17:00, Amber Summer will take over 350 square metres at the Meridian Beach Plaza serving an Asian-style night menu, a late night menu and, for revellers, breakfast from 05:00 to 07:00. Unlike Amber Lounge and it’s wild nightlife, Amber Summer will be a place to relax, as Sonia explains: “You can come in your beachwear and have a casual drink, or bite to eat before heading out at midnight to the clubs, like Jimmyz, and then come back to Amber Summer for breakfast.”
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