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Archive for March, 2006

MARRAKECH Collection [launched March 06]

Monday, March 20th, 2006

James Lohan: “I can’t think of anywhere else in the world where you can be in such a crazy city one minute, under canvas in the desert the next or take a short drive to the Atlas Mountains or visit a beautiful the beach just two hours away. And the shopping – like nowhere else […]

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We [heart] New York… James Lohan: “It lives up to the postcard like no other city in the world. It really is that big and I’m mostly excited about the collection as I can now visit and get the best out of the place as it’s definitely what you know when you arrive in NYC […]

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Party in the Penthouse, New York

Monday, March 20th, 2006

We felt on top of the world, at our party at the Hotel on Rivington, Wednesday 15 March. It was a suitably swank celebration of Rizzoli’s publication of our books in America. There can’t be many better ways to spend an evening than sipping champagne looking over Manhattan’s skyline from the 20th floor of one […]

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TV show: Cape Town [March 06]

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Lights, camera… action! Ah, what a place, crying out to be Smithed. Tamara Heber-Percy on Cape Town: “I have never eaten so well as when we were researching in Cape Town. After eating at Ginja, James literally got up, went to the kitchen to thank the chef!” James Lohan: “Beautiful weather, wonderful wine, and the […]

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TV show: confirmation [Feb 06]

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Discovery Travel and Living commissioned Outline Productions to make the ultimate insider’s guide to the world’s coolest hotels and best-kept travel secrets. Mr & Mrs Smith is a new travel series that brings the publishing phenomenon of the best-selling hotel guidebooks to TV. It’s a hard job, but someone has to do it… – Throughout […]

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