quarta-feira, 30 de junho de 2010

Sabrina Furtado lança o gourmet book "Herança de Sabor"

linda e literalmente elegante, a empresária da moda Sabrina Furtado, dona da marca Marta Paiva, lançou um livro "Gourmet book", com uma coletânea de receitas assinadas por socialites da Soterópolis, no melhor estilo e sabor; daquelas receitas refinadas e saborosas que passam de mãe para filha.Entre as colaboradoras do livro registro para Eliane Carvalho, Olivia Libório e Elza Campelo.

quinta-feira, 24 de junho de 2010

Tenis e shorts para o verão europeu

Os tênis de crochê vão fazer o sucesso da temporada, e serão lançados no London Design Festival 2010.

sexta-feira, 18 de junho de 2010

André Lima arrasou no encerramento do SPFW

Preocupado em deixar a mulher maravilhosa , o estilista arrancou aplausos da platéia, com a extravagância do seu estilo. Foi um show.

quinta-feira, 17 de junho de 2010

Retrato de familia

foto/ Album Rheza Phalaví.
Eternamente elegante a ex- imperatriz do Irã, Farah Dhiba, na foto, com o filho Rheza e a mulher Yasmine e as filhas Noor, Farah e Iman, numa cena de família.Com a Revolução, a familia real Pahlavi foi para os Estados Unidos onde residem.

quarta-feira, 16 de junho de 2010

"Gilded Lily Safra" em breve nas livrarias


Lily Safra, 72, widow of banker Edmond Safra in 2005 sued British writer Lady Colin Campbell because of the novel, "Empress Bianca" inspired by his life's the new book about the life of Lily "Gilded Lily" written by Isabel Vincent, investigative reporter for the New York Post, will soon be on the shelves.

terça-feira, 15 de junho de 2010

Qatar Holding buys famous Harrod's

The Al Fayed family sold the renowned department store Harrods. After 25 years as head of the brand, she was sold to Qatar Holding on Sunday, November 9. Mohammedamed Al Fayed, former store owner, has now become an honorary member of the administration of Harrods and retired from the market.
The purchase agreement was closed after Qatar promised to continue investment in premises and English securing a pension for their employees. The store was sold for about two billion dollars, equivalent to nearly four billion dollars.The next store Harrods will be opened in Shanghai.

sexta-feira, 11 de junho de 2010

quarta-feira, 9 de junho de 2010

Sunil Bharti Mittal leads to India's Bharti Airtel to Africa

led by Dr Saad Hamad Al Barak (CEO), Kuwait Zain Group telecommunications sold to India's Bharti Airtel the company's operations in 15 African nations: Burkina Faso, Congo, Gabon, Morocco, Madagascar, Nigeria, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, among others.
The India's Bharti Mittal is the largest provider of cellular services in India and third largest in the world. Its founder Sunil Bharti Mittal is pleased with the acquisition.

sábado, 5 de junho de 2010

Khalid Al Khalifa Bahrain Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Shangri-La Dialogue Forum

from 4 - 6 June 2010.

Initiated in 2002 in response to the clear need for a forum where the Asia-Pacific’s defence ministers could engage in dialogue aimed at building confidence and fostering practical security cooperation, the IISS Asia Security Summit – or Shangri-La Dialogue as it has come to be known – has established itself as a key element of the emerging regional security architecture. It is the most important regular gathering of defence professionals in the region and has become a vital annual fixture in the diaries of Asia-Pacific defence ministers and their civilian and military chiefs of staff. By catering for their specific interests and needs, and by facilitating easy communication and fruitful contact among them, the Shangri-La Dialogue has helped to engender a sense of community among the most important policy-makers in the defence and security establishments of regional states and of major powers with significant stakes in Asia-Pacific security.

The Dialogue’s format, agenda, and cohort of delegates have evolved incrementally. The IISS soon modified the Dialogue’s structure – originally based simply on plenary sessions – to permit several simultaneous break-out groups during one half-day of the summit, allowing in-depth discussion of a greater variety of critical regional security topics. After several years, we established the principle that all speaking slots in plenary sessions and break-out groups would be allocated to ministers, other senior official delegates or distinguished legislators with strong defence credentials.

Because the states of the Asia-Pacific, an extraordinarily large and diverse region encompassing the majority of the world’s population, face an extremely wide range of defence and security challenges, and their responses to

intentionally formulated a wide-ranging agenda for the Shangri-La Dialogue each year. But we have also ensured that each year the Dialogue’s agenda has recognised emerging as well as established regional security concerns.

At an early stage, the IISS strengthened official participation in the Shangri-La Dialogue by inviting chiefs of defence staff and permanent heads of defence ministries as well as ministers. Additional states within the region and, in one case, from outside the region were invited to participate. After the 2006 summit, the IISS set itself the target of ensuring participation at the highest level from the very few regional states that had not hitherto sent ministerial-level delegates. The IISS, together with participant states, particularly felt China’s under-representation needed to be rectified. In 2007, long-standing IISS efforts to encourage appropriate Chinese participation bore fruit when Lieutenant-General Zhang Qinsheng, Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the People’s Liberation Army (with vice-ministerial status) led Beijing’s delegation.

Debate at the Dialogue has become increasingly open and fruitful, and there is tangible evidence that it has advanced substantive cooperation on vital security issues. In the maritime security sphere, for example, discussions at the Dialogue led to a consensus on common principles relating to the roles of littoral states and concerned non-Southeast Asian powers in relation to the Malacca Strait. Over time, official delegations have made increasingly intensive and effective use of the Dialogue as a venue for bilateral and multilateral meetings with security partners. While the precise content of these private meetings has usually remained confidential, they have sometimes resulted in publicised understandings on defence and security cooperation. (Text/ www. Defenceforum.in)

quarta-feira, 2 de junho de 2010

Catherine Deneuve in Louis Vuitton party in London

foto/Hello Magazine.

Architectural Digest , charm in double dose

Composing a European-Inspired Penthouse on Lake Michigan

Thomas Pheasant completely transforms a Colonial Revival house for longtime clients in Virginia.

Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser , do Qatar, no Rio de janeiro

The Sheika of Qatar, Mozah Bint Nasser passing through Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, had dinner in the elegant restaurant antiquarian's with the socialite Beth Lagardère.
She currently serves as president of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, a private nonprofit organization founded in 1995 by personal initiative of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani. In the autumn of 2003 inaugurated the Qatar Foundation's Education City, a prototype of the future campus, bringing branches of renowned international universities to Qatar for offering high-class and share research and community-based ventures.

Besides his work at Qatar Foundation, His Highness has long served as president of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs aimed at strengthening the role of family in society and addresses issues of concern to women and children. His Highness serves as vice president of both the Supreme Council of Education and the Supreme Board of Health. In addition, she is president of the Sidra Medical and Research Center project to build an academic medical center in Qatar premier, chairman of Silatech initiative to tackle the growing challenge of youth employment in the Middle East and North Africa, and chairman of the Round Doha-based Arab Democracy Foundation.

His Highness plays an important role in international affairs. In 2003, UNESCO appointed his Special Envoy for Basic and Higher Education. In this capacity, she promotes various international projects to improve the quality and accessibility of education worldwide. In June 2003, she established the International Fund for Higher Education in Iraq, engaged in the reconstruction of institutions of advanced education. In 2005, she was selected by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to be a member of the High Level Group of the Alliance of Civilizations United Nations.

In conjunction with its work of UNESCO, HRH is actively promoting and protecting the right to education in conflict-hit areas of the world, especially in Gaza, Iraq and Afghanistan. She started a new project to develop strategy on "Education in Conflict", in February 2009 and created an internal Task Force on this issue.

In recent years, HRH has been recognized internationally for its leadership in several areas. As founder of Shafallah Center for Children with Special Needs, she was awarded the Spirit of Leadership Award Best Buddies International in 2008 for his work on behalf of children with disabilities. In 2007, she received the prestigious Chatham House Prize is awarded annually to a leading international statesman who is deemed to have made the most significant contribution to the improvement of international relations in the previous year. Also in 2007, Forbes magazine named Highness's 100 most powerful women in the world, The London Times named one of 25 most influential business leaders in the Middle East.

In June 2009, HRH was introduced in the Academie des Beaux Arts de l'Institut de France (Academy of Fine Arts at the Institute of France), the prestigious French company learned that raises awareness of art through education and help develop artistic relations at international level.

Her Highness graduated from Qatar University in 1986 with a degree in sociology. She received an honorary doctorate from Virginia Commonwealth University, Texas A & M University, Carnegie Mellon University, Imperial College London, and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service

terça-feira, 1 de junho de 2010

Benjamin Netanyahu a statesman consciously fight against terrorism

I think the Israeli premier is right: the humanitarian aid was the occasion to pass weapons into the Gaza Strip, the patron of the premier, Benjamin Netanyahu, is nobody less than the mega powerful Ronald Lauder. European Media Enterprise's founder and owner of Israeli television.