CERCLE DIPLOMATIQUE - issue 01/2016

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CD is an independent and impartial magazine and is the medium of communication between foreign representatives of international and UN-organisations based in Vienna and the Austrian political classes, business, culture and tourism. CD features up-to-date information about and for the diplomatic corps, international organisations, society, politics, business, tourism, fashion and culture. Furthermore CD introduces the new ambassadors in Austria and informs about designations, awards and top-events. Interviews with leading personalities, country reports from all over the world and the presentation of Austria as a host country complement the wide range oft he magazine.

SAVOIR VIVRE PRECIOUS OBJECTS

URBAN.

Sommerwolle, wasserabweisendem

Nylon, Jersey und Techmerino sind

ein Auszug der DNA der Kreationen

von Z Zegna.

Summer wool, water-repellent nylon,

jersey and Techmerino are just a part

of the DNA of Z Zegna‘s creations.

STICKEREIKUNST. Hublots Kooperation mit St. Gallener

Handwerkskunst gipfelt in der „Big Band Broderie“.

ART OF EMBROIDERY. Hublot‘s use of traditional

embroidery craftsmanship from St. Gall culminates in the

“Big Band Broderie”.

Quality and individuality are focal points at Degenkolb / Sitte Vienna.

Every piece made by the exclusive, Austrian women´s knitwear brand,

is hand-made, unique and fits if tailored to the owner. Unique, elegant,

modern and yet comfortable without seeming boring is how

best to describe the knitwear line by Sitte Vienna, a traditional brand

with over 40 years of history. Alongside the high quality and incomparable

design, Sitte Vienna Knitwear is an insider´s tip for women who

enjoy travelling frequently and make comfortable, individual fashion a

priority. All pieces are produced exclusively in Austria, and are subject

to very high social and ecological standarts. Knitwear clothing from

Sitte is an easy to care for, long lasting, favourite item of clothing produced

only in limited numbers. Spanx and feminine dresses designed

by Frank Lyman complete the offer. An office friendly look that goes

hand in hand with a high, feel-good factor. Stitch for stitch.

LUXUSSCHLANGE. Die neue „Serpenti Tubogas“ von

Bulgari fasziniert mit Sonnenschliff-Zifferblatt und

applizierten Indizes.

LUXURY SNAKE. The new “Serpenti Tubogas” from

Bulgari has a fascinating sunburst dial and hand-applied

indexes.

understated luxury. The technical sophistication,

clear lines, curved glasses, delicately processed dials

and fine leather reveal the aspiration for accuracy

and precision. Rarity and reducing everything to the

essentials is a part of the company‘s philosophy.

Degenkolb • Weihburggasse 17 • 1010 Wien

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm, or 24 hours at

www.degenkolb.at

GEHEIMNISVOLL.

Ein scheinbar schwebendes

Uhrwerk hat Cartier in der

„Rotonde de Cartier

Astromystérieux“ verbaut.

MYSTERIOUS.

The watch movement that

Cartier has built into the

“Rotonde de Cartier

Astromystérieux” appears to

be floating .

ROSE. Die „Princess“-Ringe

von Heldwein faszinieren

dank Morganit, Turmalin,

Zirkon und Diamanten in

unterschiedlichen Nuancen.

The “Princess” rings

designed by Heldwein are

fascinating thanks to

morganite, tourmaline, zircon

and diamonds in various

shades.

PHOTOS: LAZIZ HAMANI, CARMINE ARRICHIELLO, BEIGESTELLT

Fine anniversary collections

With 85 years of Reverso, Jaeger-LeCoultre has a

big anniversary to celebrate, which it has done fittingly

by releasing limited editions and by enabling customers

to put together their own individual models.

The manufacturer Parmigiani is celebrating its 20-

year company anniversary and has created amazing

new products, such as the Tonda Chronor Anniversaire,

which is the company‘s first watch mechanism

with an integrated gold chronograph movement.

Montblanc is celebrating its 110-year company anniversary

with its new 4810 Collection by focusing on

the golden age of sea faring across the Atlantic ocean.

Radiant aura

After watches, jewellery is the second-most important

way people express their personality. Precious

stones and diamonds should be given preference,

from a fashionable aspect as well as for value

appreciation. In Austria especially, traditional jewellers

such as A.E. Köchert, Schullin or Heldwein, who

design and make contemporary creations in their

studios, are pioneers of good taste.

22. April – 19. Juni 2016

Oliver Laric

Gerald Domenig

James Lee Byars

1. Juli – 28. August 2016

Vincent Fecteau

Manon de Boer

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Friedrichstraße 12

A -1010 Wien

www.secession.at

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