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I may be a bit fashionably late (blame my busy agenda!), but I absolutely wanted to write something about this event I went to in Brussels about 2 weeks ago. Held in the BMW Brand Store on Boulevard de Waterloo, organized by Balthazar Events and hosted by Belgian blogger and fashion icon Tiany Kiriloff, this event was beyond amazing. While sipping bubbles and listening to a bunch of speakers I was getting more and more convinced that Uplace is a plus for Brussels in particular and Belgium in general. The world will be jealous, no doubt! Uplace won’t be just another shopping mall, Uplace is all about the new shopping experience. Major brands already signed and there will be a luxurious hotel, a gym, haute cuisine restaurants… as well, a one-stop destination. Uplace will be open in 2018, so be prepared! More Info: Uplace.eu.

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Eight days in Turkey, a well-deserved holiday after a year of hard work. From discovering the Bodrum Peninsula, a boat trip to Kos (Greece), hours of staring at the Mediterranean Sea from my balcony… to being lazy at the pool with too many cocktails, I enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks, dad, for the wonderful trip! I’m not the person that takes a lot of pictures on holiday. Only a small Instagram round- up, to show you how lovely it was. Enjoy!

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What to do on a Sunday afternoon? Every week I ask myself the same question. Sometimes I just want to stay at home, being lazy on the couch, detoxing the day away… . But yesterday I decided to see – finally! – Yves Saint Laurent – a visionary in Brussels. For this exhibition at the ING Cultural Centre (Koningsplein 6), the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation is exceptionally showing a large number of creations, most of which have never been exhibited before. Iconic pieces, jewelry and accessories, as well as drawings, sketches and other unpublished documents come together to reveal the alchemy of the Saint Laurent style. A must-see! But you better hurry up, ’cause the exhibition ends on May 5. Here, an impression: