Lorenz Bäumer is a jewelry designer, collector and entrepreneur located at 19 Place Vendôme in Paris.
Since 25 years, Lorenz Bäumer approaches jewellery differently and creates audacious and innovative pieces.
After working as Jewelry Artistic Director at Chanel and Louis Vuitton, he decided to focus on his own brand and to stand out by creativity and innovation thanks to an engineering background.
In 2010, he created the « Ecume de Diamants » tiara for princess Charlène of Monaco for her wedding to SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco.
His work has been recognised worldwide through various prestigious exhibitions, among them the National Jewelry Institute of America in 1997. In France, four of his jewels are part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris.
Not only the designer of his iconic collections, Lorenz Bäumer also likes to design personalised creations around exceptional stones.
Lorenz Baümer will be delighted to meet you for a conference about “How to build a jewellery collection”. The talk will be followed by a special presentation of Lorenz Bäumer’s iconic pieces, in dialogue with Maguelonne Walewska furniture designs.
The V&A opens the largest ever Christian Dior exhibition in the UK.
From 1947 to the present day, the exhibition traces the history and impact of one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers. Through over 500 objects and over 200 rare Haute Couture garments, the exhibition highlights Dior’s total design vision. It also showcases across 11 sections, the exquisite skill and craftsmanship of the ateliers and successive designers from the House of Dior.
From horticulture to global travel and 18th-century decorative arts, the show reveals the sources of inspiration that defined the House of Dior’s aesthetic. From the daring designs of Yves Saint Laurent to the rational style of Marc Bohan, the flamboyance of Gianfranco Ferré, the exuberance of John Galliano, the minimalism of Raf Simons, and Maria Grazia Chiuri’s feminist vision of fashion, the exhibition shows how each successive artistic director has stayed true to Dior’s vision of Haute Couture, while bringing their own creative sensibilities to the House.
Waddington Custot is proud to present ‘Body Disruptions’ – a solo exhibition showcasing the most recent works of artist Alice Anderson.
Bringing together sculptures and drawings from solo and collective performances, the exhibition will include regular performances of Anderson’s new and unseen work.
The B&C Club is kindly invited for a breakfast with the artist, to discover her work which is widely collected and exhibited both domestically and internationally.
No matter if you did not join the precedent seasons, you can still participate to the competition by joining Season 3!
The culinary competition coached by three of the most famous Michelin Star chefs : Hélène Darroze, Jérémy Page, Executive Chef of l’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Claude Bosi started last September!
Season 1 and season 2 with Hélène Darroze and Jeremy Page were a big success and the next season to come is with Claude Bosi.
This is the last round of qualification during which five teams will compete for a chance to enter the final competition. The cooking session will be followed by a dinner during which each team and the participating chef will elect the best creation.
Finalist team will then participate in the fourth session, being coached by the three chefs who will elect The B&C winning team !
No need to be a good cook, just to love fun and gustative creativity. And to dare !
Possibility to participate by team or individually.
The event will be supported by the French press in London.
Anna Barriball’s unequivocal use of materials results in work that hovers beneath the threshold of visibility. Her interventions produce objects that are at once locked in time yet echo the processes by which they are made.
Through her uncanny approach to making, Barriball demonstrates how the aesthetics of everyday life can be reimagined or transformed in unexpected ways.
The B&C Club is kindly invited for a breakfast with the artist, to discover her work which has garnered significant critical acclaim. Anna Barriball is present in major public and private European collections.
The exhibition will bring together 40 works by the artist – the largest collection of his paintings on show in the UK for ten years. Some of his most famous works will be brought together, including Shoes, Starry Night on the Rhône, L’Arlésienne, and the very rarely lent Sunflowers from London’s National Gallery.
Van Gogh lived in England for several crucial years between 1873 and 1876. The exhibition will reveal his enthusiasm for British culture, from the novels of Charles Dickens and George Eliot, to paintings by Constable and Millais, some of which are featured in the exhibition.
Tracing Van Gogh from his obscure years in London to the extraordinary national fame he achieved in the 1950s, the exhibition will show how he inspired modern British artists, including Francis Bacon, David Bomberg, and the young Camden Town painters. It shows how his vision set British artists on the road to modern art.
Discover with an art historian the Tate Modern’s latest exhibition. We will enjoy a one hour talk in the auditorium which will provide a grounding to fully enjoy the exhibition. We will then have free access to the exhibition to admire at our own pace.
Be amazed by the glittering interiors of the grandest address in the capital, once known as ‘Number 1 London’. This beautiful Georgian building was the London home of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, victor of Waterloo. Designed and built by Robert Adam in the 1770s, the house was bought by the duke in 1817. He transformed it into a palatial residence to befit his status, and filled it with works of art and gifts from grateful rulers across Europe.
The outstanding paintings on view reflect his taste and times, and celebrate the Iron Duke as an heroic national and military figure.
Revel in one of the finest art collections in London, with paintings by Velazquez and Rubens, as well as a wonderful collection of silver and porcelain.
“You think: ‘Why would anyone want to see me again in a movie? And I don’t know how to act anyway. So why am I doing this?’”
Guess who said that? Astonishingly, it is Meryl Streep, record-holder for the most Academy Awards nominations for any actor ever . The culprit: the infamous “imposter syndrome”, that nasty inner-voice that puts doubts in the most brilliant of minds, as well as a mighty fear of being “found out”, even when their knowledge and talent are widely recognised.
Interestingly enough, research have shown that it is usually the most high-achieving and competent people who are afflicted by it, rather than the real “fraudsters”.
Frederique Andreani, founder of The Good Hedonist and journalist, will run for The B&C Club an interactive workshop. We will examine the theory behind the syndrome (definition, symptoms, socio-economic connections and various types), as well as tips and techniques to beat it.
Thierry Macquet, Experiential Travel Adviser & Member of The B&C Club, kindly invites you to a healthy lunch to introduce you Atmantan, a place to detox, relax and rejuvenate.
Atmantan wellness programmes encourage a holistic approach to well-being by creating an organisational culture of health. Step into the world of wellness and align your atma, mana & tann for your true self !
Enjoy with The B&C Club a healthy lunch and find out how to adapt Atmantan’s pillars of Wellness as an integral part of your lifestyle.
For over 35 years, Deutsche Bank has been encouraging and supporting new artistic talent and original ideas.
The concept of the collection concentrates on works on paper and photography by international contemporary artists. The reception area of the London headquarters features large artworks by Keith Tyson and Damien Hirst as well as major sculptures by Anish Kapoor and Tony Cragg. They offer visitors an introduction to over 4,000 works which are displayed across Deutsche Bank’s UK headquarters.
Enjoy with The B&C Club a private commented tour of the collection displayed in London.