Monday, 31 December 2012


Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi, the official hotel partner of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, held an elegant cocktail event on the Marina Wing rooftop Pool Lounge of its iconic building, welcoming the six tennis stars to the capital.  Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych, Janko Tipsarevic and Nico Almagro informally mingled with the VIP guests, answering questions from renowned TV personality Tom Urquhart and from guests.  On the evening, guests were spoilt with the best of culinary treats from the hotel’s outstanding menu and ended the night on a sweet note with tennis inspired cupcakes.  The event was made extra special by the attendance of Italian artist and photographer Francesca Galliani who showcased six of her works inspired by each of the tennis players.  The art pieces, which were beautifully displayed at the cocktail event, will be showcased in the lobby of the Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi until the end of the week and will be available for sale with proceeds going to each player's preferred charity.

DSF @ Paris Gallery - a wonderful way to celebrate the New Year

Instant gifts, luxurious gift baskets, and much more

[Dubai, UAE - January 2013] - Paris Gallery, the leading luxury retailer in the region, has put together a host of offers for a special luxury shopping experience at the 2013 Dubai Shopping Festival. "DSF @ Paris Gallery" will showcase the most exclusive perfumes, fashion sunglasses and watches, cosmetics and designer wear accessories. For every purchase, customers get exclusive gifts from the luxury house and a chance for 10 lucky ones to lay their hands on a Paris Gallery Deluxe Gift Basket.
The Dubai Shopping Festival, which runs from the 3rd of January to the 3rd of February, plays an important role in elevating Dubai to its position as one of the most favorite tourist spots of the world. It's a time when the world converges on the Emirate of Dubai as it plays host to one of the greatest shopping extravaganzas attracting more than 3 million visitors from all parts of the globe. It's a festival that includes entertainment such as international concerts, musicals, fashion shows and much, much more.
DSF 2013 will build on the huge success of 2012, projecting 'Dubai at its best,' offering unparalleled experiences to visitors and residents alike. Paris Gallery, as a strategic partner of DEPE, will play an active role supporting all its initiatives year-around.

Sunday, 30 December 2012

Cleanse, Exfoliate and Moisturise In One Simple Step with Human+Kind’s New All-In-One Wash Off Facial Cleanser

A New Year Skin Resolution!

Is your bathroom shelf filled with skincare product after skincare product? Do you really use them all every day? Or are your intentions there but lack of time defeats you? Wouldn’t life be simpler if you could combine them all into one?

This has been the mission of Irish skincare brand Human+Kind, to create one product without the need for more. And it is mission accomplished with the launch of Human+Kind’s All-In-One Wash Off Facial Cleanser!

So, if you’ve been searching for an intensive, deep, multitasking cleanser that also exfoliates and moisturises, leaving even the most sensitive of skin looking and feeling rejuvenated, then this is the product for you. Yes, it seems that the magic of the 2013 is truly in the air!

Human+Kind All-In-One Wash Off Facial Cleanser is a rich, chemical-free, facial cleanser that delivers exceptionally soft, clear and completely clean skin. Including a free luxurious deep-cleansing cloth that lathers away excess dirt, face and eye make-up, your skin will be left feeling clean and refreshed. It’s hard working formulation exfoliates dead skin cells, cleanses and moisturises to soften wrinkles and reduce ageing, and gives skin an overall natural, radiant glow.

Crammed full of healthy nutrients, the Facial Cleanser contains super ingredients such as Centella Asiatica extract which boosts circulation, improves the collagen foundation of the skin, and fights oxidation. The ever-powerful Aloe Vera penetrates the skin supplying moisture directly to the tissues and improves skin tone and colour by increasing the blood flow to the areas of application, reducing skin redness. An addition of Cocoa Butter provides extra moisture and keeps skin smelling delicious and feeling soft.

Why not begin the New Year with a new you and make Human+Kind All-In-One Wash Off Facial Cleanser a daily part of your beauty regime... say goodbye to those old cells, and hello to beautiful skin!

Human + Kind All-in-One Wash Off Facial Cleanser with re-useable deep cleansing cloth retails for AED 80. A pack of 2 re-useable deep cleansing cloths is also available for AED 45.  

The Human+Kind skincare line is currently available at Boots The Pharmacy, Milk & Honey, Organic Foods & Café, Make Up Etc. in Palm Strip Mall Jumeirah, The Change Initiative, Down To Earth and Organic Glow Beauty Lounge, as well as online through & To learn more about the story of the Human+Kind brand, log on to

Global Village Where the World Celebrates NY Eve Together

Global Village, where the world comes together, is set to receive crowds for the perfect New Year’s Eve celebrations. The theme park has prepared its schedule for the event diligently so that families can amuse and cheer out loud as the countdown to 2013 begins.

The choices are numerous for every family member celebrating New Year’s Eve at Global Village. Pavilions representing more than 65 countries for starters, and families can feel less nostalgic as they visit the pavilion representing their homeland. In addition to the many nationalities involved, families can rejoice in one place where the whole world comes together. As people from all walks of life have come to celebrate in harmony at the theme park, New Year’s resolution may very well be signed-off with love and peace to the world.

The schedule of celebrations includes a “Parade of Nations” with more than 300 people from different countries in their respective countries’ traditional dress. An in-house DJ will perform on the World Culture Stage from 11:00pm until just before midnight when the countdown will take center stage ushering the New Year in a dazzling 5-minute display of enhanced fireworks.

Meanwhile, children’s fun eve will begin early with many activities line-up. There will be face painters, a festive atmosphere with decorations on the mini-train, Golf cars and bubble machines as well as confetti give-away to engage and delight children.

Four new shows will be making their debut on New Year’s Eve including Circulation, Belarus, Ghana Cultural Show and the Lion Dance Street Show. Families can also enjoy the other shows presented within the pavilions or any of the street shows.
New Year’s Eve dinner can be served from a long menu of nations represented in the special kiosks and more than 26 restaurants and within pavilion food joints spread over the theme park to cater to everyone’s taste.

With its 37 pavilions representing world countries, restaurants and cultural entertainments, Global Village is set to resemble the ideal destination for an outdoor new year’s celebration. The park will be open on Monday, the last day of year 2012, until 2:00am to ensure that families can enjoy a late evening out.    

ICLDC Offers Vital Education Courses to Junior Doctors

HAAD-accredited MRCP study in Abu Dhabi

January 27-29 2013

The region’s junior doctors and trainee medical specialists are being offered the chance to study for the much sought-after Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) programme in January.

According to the course leader, Imperial College London’s Professor Karim Meeran, MRCP Part 1 and Part 2 will take place from January 27-29 at Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC), the state-of-the art centre for the treatment of diabetes in Abu Dhabi.
Professor Karim Meeran a specialist consultant with ICLDC

He said that the programmes provide excellent preparation for the coveted MRCP examination, and are held in partnership with UK’s Hammersmith Medicine.

“Anyone who wants to specialise has to become a member (of MRCP) by taking this exam, and it’s quite a difficult paper to pass.

“We know the standards and have considered the sort of questions that will come up and we coach doctors in a way that will make them better prepared to pass with flying colours.”

He added that as there is a need to expand this training for more doctors in the region and so it makes sense for the courses to be held in the UAE.  ICLDC has a purpose-designed lecture theatre, interaction areas and offers easy access to a number of hotels and airport.

“Indeed, due to the success of previous programmes, the courses will now be offered at least three times a year by ICLDC. Both the MRCP 1 and 2 programme are continuously reviewed by HAAD and accredited for 21.5 and 22 CME hours respectively,” he concluded.

Registration can be made online at or at or Tel: + 971 2 404 0870

Saturday, 29 December 2012

Andy Murray in Dubai as OBE is announced

Murray texting his thoughts as his OBE is made public
Andy Murray celebrating his OBE in his own inimitable way in the Jumeirah Beach Hotel tonight!
He however was relaxed but not celebrating! After a surprise early exit in the Mubadala World Tennis in Abu Dhabi Murray certainly looked happier in Dubai as he spent time chilling in reception and communicating on his mobile phone. After a great 2012 the grand slam winner could not have asked for a better start to 2013 than to receive the british OBE honour!

The view of the Burj Al Arab Murray would have enjoyed!

Friday, 28 December 2012

Official opening Of Thai Pavilion at Global Village Thai Pavilion Conveys Miniature Bustling City

Thailand’s Pavilion at Global Village, the region’s leading Cultural, Shopping and Entertainment family outdoor destination, was officially opened last week, under the auspices of H.E. Mr. Waravudh Chuviruch, Ambassador of Thailand to the UAE; and Saeed Ali Bin Redha, the CEO of Global Village; in the presence of the Managing Director of Vega Intertrade and Exhibitions (the organizers of the Thai Pavilion) Mr. Akavut; in addition to a large number of VIPs and guests.From Thailand to Global Village in Dubai, the pavilion is a miniature model of bustling Bangkok. Heaps of glittering accessories, bands, T-shirts, children’s clothes and shoes, as well as cosmetics, exhibitors start their bids loud at a price of 5 AED only to enthuse visitors for a shopping spree. 
Foremost, dried seafood and Thai fruits are packed in all colors and tastes. From dried prawns, one of the fastest selling items, to dried ginger, pineapple and sweet, salty or natural tamarind, has come straight from Thailand well preserved to retain its natural taste. Homegrown dried mangoes, bananas and countless Thai fruits are also showcased to express the taste and feel of the bustling city.
A trip to the Pavilion must include massage shops for a demonstration in the latest techniques and aromas used for body and face massage. A stop at one of the two massage centers located within the pavilion are just as essential to complement the relaxation and healing.    
Thailand is also famous for the production of cubic diamonds and the best kinds of zircon. Many shops are showcasing the latest fashion trends but the most popular is the black spinel which is a rare gem only found in Thailand.  
Before leaving, the food court at the end of the Thai Pavilion is a must-try; be it Tom Yum or Thai Crispy Prawns, there is a vast selection of delicacies that portray the real taste of Thailand. And the crowds who are familiar with the rituals of the visit usually take their boxes and head to the stage located at the entrance to watch the Thai folk show for a lasting impression.
For more information please call: 3624114-04

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Obesity Aggravates Risks of 'Double Diabetes'

Type 1 and 2 can be found in same individual,
says expert

Abu Dhabi, UAE December 27 2012: A leading diabetes expert has warned about the compounded impact and risk of rising obesity and prevalence of type 1 diabetes in the Middle East.

In order to avoid the nightmare scenario that he calls ‘double diabetes’, Professor Paolo Pozzilli advised the medical community to understand how obesity is a leading risk factor for those genetically pre-disposed to type 1 diabetes. He warned that obesity accelerates insulin resistance and reduced insulin sensitivity, a factor that is demonstrated to drive the immune process typical in type 1 diabetes.
Leading diabetes expert Professor Paolo Pozzilli 
“Obesity accelerates the process known as beta cell reduction, and is a serious hazard for type 1 diabetes leading to a new observable trait or clinical entity - the presence of type 1 and type 2 in the same individual.” 

Professor Pozzilli aired his concerns as he addressed medical experts at Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) Abu Dhabi recently. Professor Pozzilli was in the capital to share his insights on recent developments in the treatment of diabetes.

“In the region, obesity is believed to have a major impact on the general population and in particular the young population. Indeed, some statistics suggest that 35 per cent of school children in the UAE are overweight or obese.”

Pozzilli is Professor of Diabetes and Clinical Research at the Centre for Diabetes at Barts and The London School of Medicine & Dentistry, London, as well as Professor of Endocrinology & Metabolic Diseases at the University Campus Bio-Medico in Rome, Italy.

He explained how the distinction between types of diabetes is blurring as more and more factors come to play and urged specialists to dig deep for diabetes treatment options.

“Type 1 diabetes should be regarded as a very non-uniform disease. Until a few a years ago you had the classification of type 1 and type 2, however now age is a factor which needs serious consideration. I think broadly there are three ages where we have to consider how the disease process is taking place: before puberty, during puberty and after puberty. And the presence of insulin resistance and other associated factors-both genetic and immunological are relevant considerations for specialists.”

He said that early diagnosis is crucial for managing diabetes of all types. “The earlier a patient is diagnosed, the as less they tend to develop long term complications associated with type 1 diabetes. Of course education is so crucial and so is compliance to therapy,” he concluded.


Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi, the Official Hotel Partner for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship 2012, announced a range of exciting initiatives and activities surrounding the major tennis spectacular, which sees the arrival of the World’s biggest tennis stars: Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Tomas Berdych, Janko Tipsarevic and Nico Almagro to the UAE’s capital Abu Dhabi.   Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi is actively supporting the Mubadala World Tennis Championship as it creates a unique atmosphere that provides a fun, family-orientated experience at the Tennis Village at the Abu Dhabi International Tennis Complex at Zayed Sports City.
Photo-caption: Tennis Giants, Novak Djokovic & Andy Murray enjoying Abu Dhabi.
  Fans will be able to enjoy Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi’s activation booth and enjoy a delicious and healthy smoothie from Yas Lounge.  Visitors will also be gifted a specially branded sweat band and will also be invited to enter a competition for a chance to win a luxurious two night getaway for four persons at the Yas Viceroy.

For the duration of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi will be exhibiting a striking exhibition of modern art, showcasing the work of Italian artist and photographer Francesca Galliani, whose creative edge has distinguished her as an internationally respected mixed media artist.  She has quickly become renowned for her signature use of paint and collage superimposed on her own photographs.  Galliani has cleverly fused photographs of the iconic Yas Viceroy structure treated with images of the 6 tennis players, and combined these with the artistic strokes of her paintbrush.  The result are six unique, symbolic masterpieces, each dedicated to one of the six players, which will adorn the lobby of the hotel and which will be sold with profits from each athlete’s art piece going to a charity of their choice.
Andreas Kohn, Regional Director of Sales & Marketing of Yas Viceroy commented, “In addition to promoting our hotel as a luxury destination for a healthy and active lifestyle, we would also like to be recognized for our support of the Art & Culture scene in the UAE.  We are very excited about the art exhibition by artist Francesca Galliani, which artistically fuses images of our hotel and the tennis players and which will be on display in the hotel throughout the Championship.  But what we are most excited about, is donating the sales proceeds from the art pieces to the MWTC player’s charity of choice.”
Yas Viceroy will also be hosting an exclusive Cocktail Reception for the Official Sponsors of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship where they will experience an amazing opportunity to get up close and personal with the star players in an intimate, hip and fashionable setting.
In preparation for the start of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi’s iconic canopy of colored lights will be swathed in yellow on the evening of Thursday December 26th. Once the Championship starts, the hotel’s canopy of lights will feature a great spectacle of bouncing balls to celebrate the players and the tennis.
Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi launched an exciting Mubadala World Tennis Championship package which includes Deluxe room accommodation, daily breakfast for two, two tickets to the Mubadala World Tennis Championship for the three days as well as convenient, daily transport to and from Zayed Sport City.
  The iconic Yas Viceroy, which has rightfully earned its title as one of the city’s most recognised landmarks, and one of the world’s key references in luxury and design hotels, will play host to a number of VIP gatherings throughout the tournament. The hotel will also have a corporate hospitality chalet at the tennis stadium at Zayed Sports City, where VIP guests can relax and enjoy the hotel’s signature healthy smoothies.

For more information visit -

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Leather Protection in 48 Hours!

Regional Specialists To Probe Latest Hormones-Diabetes Links

January 11-12 2013 Abu Dhabi

  • Endocrinology Clinical Update to be staged for the first time in UAE capital
  • 24 specialist sessions to keep endocrinologists at the cutting edge

Diabetes experts and European and Middle Eastern specialists will team up in Abu Dhabi next month to discuss the latest findings linking hormones to diabetes.

Imperial College London Diabetes Centre_Abu Dhabi to host ESE Clinical Update 2013 
In a regional first, more than 150 medical specialists will hear the latest findings at the third annual Endocrinology Clinical Update (ECU), a collaboration between Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) and the European Society of Endocrinology (ESE), Europe’s leading authourity on hormones.

The two-day conference, on January 11 and 12 at ICLDC’s Abu Dhabi facility, will feature 24 specialist sessions and interactive workshops led by seasoned experts, including Imperial College London’s Professor Karim Meeran who says the programme content will keep endocrinologists at the specialty’s cutting edge. Topics being explored will include the latest thinking on thyroid, calcium metabolism and the metabolic syndrome.

Professor Karim Meeran, a specialist consultant with ICLDC
“ECU 2013 is designed as an interactive event. Rather than have a run of lectures, we have workshops involving actual case studies with the experts addressing questions and presenting best practice scenarios,” explained Professor Meeran.

“This is a very good continuous learning model and the real time discussions will benefit attendees, providing essential training for all trainees and an update for established endocrinologists, allowing them to participate in discussions on the best course of treatment. The interactive structure provides a great ideas exchange platform for expert consultants as they can benefit from fresh ideas and suggestions by participants; it’s a real two-way process.”

Meanwhile, Professor Philippe Bouchard, President of ESE and a leading author with more than 300 published 
Professor Philippe Bouchard, the President of ESE.
works on endocrinology to his name, confirmed the presence of sector experts such as the UK’s Professor Peter Trainer, Professor Wilmar Wiersinga from The Netherlands and ICLDC’s Medical & Research Director and Consultant Endocrinologist, Dr Maha Taysir Barakat.

For more details and to register online, please visit

To Art Aficionados Global Village Showcases a Wide Range of Niche Products

·         Iranian Pavilion Showcasing 2 Persian Carpets Worth 3 Million AED
·         Turkish Pavilion Showcasing an Amethyst Decorated Sofa for 60,000 AED 
·         The Yemini Pavilion Showcasing Amber Rosary for 20,000 AED

Dubai, 26 December, 2012:  Global Village, the region’s leading Cultural, Shopping and Entertainment family outdoor destination, is hosting a large number of exhibitors showcasing, niche art works, in addition to a large number of aesthetic handmade items to prompt art aficionados to explore the beauty of manmade imperfection. From embroidered fabrics and sheets, gemstones and magnificent art pieces, antique Ottoman designs to rare Oudh tree incense, Global Village is revamped every year with precious, limited edition or one of a kind feel.
At the Iranian Pavilion, the beauty of Persian carpets is exhilarating. The 3-million AED signature Persian carpet set of two pieces, is showcased to reinforce the special design of historic Persian warriors and rulers, type of wool and colors consumed to make these two masterpieces. Prices vary depending upon stories told by vendors about the craftsmanship of each and every piece. Meanwhile, the Afghanis as well as the Turkmen equally pride themselves for having mastered the same art. Be it, pure wool or silk or a mix of both, carpet lovers can enjoy the look and feel of the countries popular for this craft and for using eco-friendly colors as it is a sign of good health at the home it coats. 

The most expensive amethyst work is a painting worth 50,000 AED and a sofa made of Anaconda leather and 480,000 pieces of stones and amethyst worth 60,000 AED at the Turkish pavilion. While the Brazilian pavilion showcases domestic Brazilian stones and Amethyst with the most expensive piece costing 20,000 AED. Both exhibitors assure the value of such precious and semi-precious stones in providing positive energy to homes.    

Art at Global Village is priceless and includes artists from the Levant region, North Africa, Turkey, Iraq and the rest of the world. From Ayad Al Ameedy at the Iraqi Pavilion using oil on canvass to reinstate the lifelong history of Mesopotamian art, to Hakam Al Tahir at the Jordanian pavilion expressing calligraphy on glass. Nevertheless, Sijin Tajil, the artist at the Iranian Pavilion has her own style as she includes details of Persian carpet designs in her paintings of oil on canvass.
The ‘Ottoman hanging chandeliers’ are thrilling; the most expensive costs 14,000 AED. Ceramic works is just as captivating as the ‘limited edition’ most expensive ceramic painting costs 8,000 AED.   

Syria, famous for its arabesque works, is represented with precious handmade pieces that complement any furniture. Two arabesque chairs and a small table cost 35,000 AED and the arabesque-framed mirror costs 37,000 AED at the Syrian Pavilion.

All the way to the Thai Pavilion, Oudh marks one of the most expensive types of wood incense as some Oudh trees are 100 years old. Depending upon its weight, the most expensive Oudh piece is worth 11,000 AED. The most expensive Oudh oil is the Cambodian, and costs 800 AED per 12 ML. 

Known as the treasures of the earth, garnet and amber rosaries at the Yemini Pavilion cost up to 370 AED per gram, and a full rosary with 33 beads can go up to 20,000 AED. But what is really priceless to the Yeminis is the honeycomb and honey with drops of the queen bee jelly. A small bottle of the mix with the best types of rare honey can go up to 1,500 AED.  

Global Village continues to prompt its exhibitors and investors to showcase new products and unique aesthetic handcrafts to reflect the culture of countries and their respective artists as well as everything that is natural, rare and extraordinary. 

For more information please call: 04 3624114

Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim launches new-look UAE website

 Website featuring updated trends and new season look books

Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim today announced that its new-look website for the UAE – – is now live. 
Designed to be as easy to use as possible, the new site lets customers discover more about the latest exciting fashion, beauty, food and homeware products from M&S.

The easy-to-use, highly informative site will deliver fashion to visitors’ fingertips with regularly updated trend pages and new season lookbooks.

Zainab Al Mahry, Regional Marketing Manager for Marks & Spencer Al-Futtaim said, “Our new-look website represents the very best of Marks & Spencer. It’s stylish, informative and easy to use – the perfect complement to our nine stores across the Emirates, which are now even easier to find, thanks to the new site’s interactive store locator.”

For more information and to view the latest Marks & Spencer collections and products please visit:

Sunday, 23 December 2012

With Oud as a key ingredient Paris Gallery launches an exclusive line of luxury French perfumes

Paris Gallery, the leading luxury retailer in the region, has launched an exclusive line of new and unique French perfumes, 'The Blend Oud,' a collection of 15 perfumes with the traditional Arabic Oud as a key ingredient. Arabic Oud, a royal scent used by many a king and queen since the days of yore, is one of the oldest aromatic scents of the Middle East, and is now increasingly being used in many eastern, western and European countries, where passion for Middle Eastern fragrances is growing.

This is clearly evident in the recent collections of many high-end international brands that have helped reveal the many sensual blends of Arabic ingredients from a western perspective. The Blend Oud collection of perfumes is one such; a blend of the Eastern and Western aromas. Nestled in luxurious flacons, this line of exquisite scents reflects the charm of the East with a dash of French love and passion. It takes you down memory lane, to the majestic era of Arabian beauty expressed in enchanting poems and the legendary One Thousand and One Nights.
The 15 perfumes in the "Blend Oud" collection demonstrates the uniqueness of the many aromatic elements that abound in the Middle Eastern region, such as the oud, the musk, sandalwood, amber and nutmeg, along with spices such as pepper, cinnamon and cumin. It also holds aromatic flowers that mix with these aromatic Middle Eastern elements to create a host of rich fragrances. It will charm both men and women. It bears Arabic names such as "Hayak," "Gazal," "Mazyon," "Aryam," among others.

This line of perfumes is exclusive to Paris Gallery. 

A feminine and sensual floral woody fragrance with an eclectic combination of luxurious refined notes.

Top notes:        Turkish Rose, Parma Violet, Tuscan Iris
Heart notes:     Cashmere Musks, Ebony Wood, Ambery Notes, White Jasmine
Base notes:      Uganda Vanilla, Erotic Musks, Sandalwood

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A dream perfume from the pages of the Arabian Nights, a scent which dazzles all the senses.

Top notes:        Olibanum, Cinnamon, Bergamot, Lemon, Galbanum
Heart notes:     Cedarwood, Angelica Root, Orris, Guaiacwood, Rose
Base notes:      Amber, Oak moss, Vetiver, Labdanum, Vanilla, Musk

Price: 75ML - AED 895


Has no half measures, it is a weapon of allure that captures glances and sets the air aflame.

Top notes:        Green Apple, Mint, Lavender
Heart notes:     Clove, Clary Sage, Geranium Leaves
Base notes:      Pine Needles, Vetiver, Patchouli, Moss

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A floral explosion, a profusion of flowers that has the power to make everything seem more positive.

Top notes:        Tea, Bergamot
Heart notes:     Sambac Jasmine, Cattleya, Orchid, Freesia, Centifolia Rose
Base notes:      Musk, Patchouli

Price: 75ML - AED 895


Oud combination made in heaven. So sensual, appealing, soft but with a character.

Top notes:        Pepper, Cardamom, Rosewood
Heart notes:     Agarwood, Sandalwood, Vetiver
Base notes:      Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Amber

Price: 75ML - AED 895


Classy, interesting, has a unique aura that lends an extra edge and elegance.

Top notes:        Spicy Notes, Cinnamon, Saffron, Blackberry, Clary Sage
Heart notes:     Leathery Notes, Black Plum
Base notes:      White Musk, Oud, Patchouli

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A strikingly lovely rose made all the more enticing by a drop of darkness.

Top notes:        Canelle Seed, Geranium, Rose
Heart notes:     Turkish Rose, Rose of Grasse, Rose Damascena
Base notes:      Agarwood, Cedarwood, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Amber, Musk

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A sophisticated oriental fragrance. It is a scent of deep sensuality, character and contrasts.

Top notes:        Nutmeg, Cumin, Geranium
Heart notes:     Oud, Syrax, Labdanum
Base notes:      Papyrus Wood, Vetiver, Cashmere Wood, Amber, Musk

Price: 75ML - AED 895


An elaborate background slowly, languorously unfolds, revealing an exceptional, long-lasting richness.

Top notes:        Pink Pepper, Turkish Rose, Absolute, Agarwood
Heart notes:     Iris, Jasmine, Limbanol
Base notes:      Musk, Woody, Ambery

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A sweet and trendy concoction for a glamorous night out that lasts for a longer time.
Top notes:        Sambac Jasmine
Heart notes:     Cashmeran, Solar Not
Base notes:      White Amber

Price: 75ML - AED 895

Flirty, fashionable, bright and energetic. It captures the more romantic, ultra-feminine side of a woman.

Top notes:        Lemon, Bergamot, Mandarin
Heart notes:     Lily of the Valley, Peony, Freesia, Jasmine Flower, Raspberries
Base notes:      Aromatic Musk, Sandalwood

Price: 75ML - AED 895

The beguiling lament of the desert. A majestic ode to the essence of rose.

Top notes:        Green, Fruity Rose, Saffron
Heart notes:     Guaiacwood, Patchouli
Base notes:      Sandal, Woody, Vanilla, Amber

Price: 75ML - AED 895


A warm and sensual fragrance which is complex and cycles through many different levels of fragrance notes throughout the day.
Top notes:        Bergamot, Saffron, Honey, Orange Geranium
Heart notes:     Patchouli, Spicy Rose, Guaiacwood
Base notes:      Amber, Animalic, Woody, Musk

Price: 75ML - AED 895

Vanity and beauty portrayed in a bright seductive fragrance evoking both tactile and ethereal sensations.

Top notes:        Lime
Heart notes:     Freesia, Tiare Flower
Base notes:      Virginia Cedar, Tonka Bean

Price: 75ML - AED 895


The expression of every man's fantasies. An object of desire. An addictive fresh spicy leather fragrance.

Top notes:        Ruby Mandarin, Orange, Grapefruit, Peppermint
Heart notes:     Rose Absolute, Cinnamon, Spices
Base notes:      Blond Leather, Patchouli, White Woods, Amber

Price: 75ML - AED 895