Trend In the City: Forever 21 Opens, a New Gastronomical Experience at Shogun and…

It’s the weekend… The sun is finally out after a cold week and we’re in the mood to enjoy the vibrant city and discover all the latest it has in store for us.

Here are some of our favorite things making the ‘trend wave’ this week.

Let’s Start with Some Color and Positivity: NadaG’s Resolutions Collection


Since the word ‘positive’ seems to be making the rounds lately in most conversations, let’s add some more positivity… For a colorful and optimistic start of the year, we suggest that you pamper yourself with one of NadaG’s new and vibrant bold items from her latest collection: Resolutions. We love how the designer describes her new items, “Our ‘Resolutions’ are not about a to-do-list, they’re about accentuating the positive within us, it’s about deserving better. Nada G™ invite you to share the beautiful ‘Resolutions’ by making a pledge to be the change in yourself and wanting it for others.” A great way to start the year…

Finally in Beirut – Forever 21

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Are your pockets screaming empty after the festive season? You surely still have an irresistible itch to buy something, so why don’t you head down to Forever 21 for some new accessories – a scarf, maybe?

Yep, Forever 21 has finally opened in Beirut City Centre Level 2, and it’s here to satisfy your insatiable shopping cravings…

Some Culture? Photomed: The Festival of Mediterranean Photography


If you’re in the mood for some art, then the second edition of Photomed is a must see. Photomed: The Festival of Mediterranean Photography will showcase the work of photographers from countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Go discover and rediscover renowned artists, and explore what Mediterraneans have in common between January 21 to February 11 at Mgr Toubia Aoun Street Marfaa D5. Building 1301. 5th Floor Downtown, Beirut

A New Address for Japanese Food – Shogun


Gather some friends and head down to one of Beirut’s newest restaurants. Located in AnNahar Building in the heart of the city, Shogun is the latest Japanese place to open – or shall we say reopen in Beirut. The new space is a feast for the eyes as well as tummies. Designed by Suzy Nasr, Shogun boasts beautifully designed details and offers a 360 degree view of the city. The exquisite Japanese menu offers a new gastronomical experience, heavenly cocktails and an extensive Sake list if you’re a fan.

Indulge in… The Cheesecake Factory cakes


Not on a diet? Good, as we have some appetizing news for you!  Food blog, NoGarlicNoOnions recently reviewed The Cheese Cake Factory cakes and apparently The Cheese Cake Factory won’t be opening anytime soon, but instead, a variety of their cakes can now be enjoyed at Vox Cinemas VIP Lounges in Beirut City Centre.  Now part of their menu while you watch a movie, you can indulge in some of these delightful treats. Full review on

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