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Dondup » Campaigns » Fall Winter 2015 2016

DONDUP ADV Campaign for Fall-Winter produced by London photographers Sean+Seng under the Creative Direction of Christopher Simmonds and Manuela Mariotti, takes us back to the London underground.

Lauderee. They're prounounced Macarons. Not Macaroons. Either way, delicious.

I am officially in love with the Ladurée brand! From the pale pastel packaging with the gold foil printing to the coordinating delivery trucks, every detail is exquisite! Ladurée is a luxury patisserie originally from Paris, France.

The other side of Lebanon where authenticity is truly at home – Beyond Magazine

Words and Photography Elsa Sattout Do we always need to go back to where our roots as humans lie and search for the heritage value of places that we visit to find a sense of belonging that replenis…

A traditional Lebanese house against painted pink against a bright blue sky in Beirut.

Museum-quality fine-art prints are made on thick, durable, matte paper. Printed on archival, acid-free paper using the best printing process to produce the most vibrant, long-

National Geographic, February 1983, Beirut, up from the rubble, photo: Steve McCurry - The Green Line was a line of demarcation in Beirut, Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War, it separated the East from the West; the appellation refers to the coloration of the foliage that grew because the space was uninhabited. Now, many of the buildings have been rebuilt.

National Geographic, February Beirut, up from the rubble. The Green Line was a line of demarcation in Beirut, during the Lebanese Civil War. It separated the East from the West.p Photo: Steve McCurry