A city known for glamour and glitz, Dubai is also becoming famous as a haven for celebrities. Many of the A-listers who frequent Dubai know that the comforts of their opulent lifestyle will be attended to beyond compare as they visit the city in the clouds.
George & Amal Clooney, Salma Hayek, Matthew McConaughey…the list of stars flocking to Dubai goes on and on…and with events like these, who can blame them?
Love Music Your Way’s Unforgettable Night
Dubai’s music scene draws thousands of fans each year to countless performances, and this weekend the Love Music Your Way event delivered an incredible musical experience, drawing a crowd of over 8,000 people.
Haute act Rudimental brought down the house in the climactic performance of the evening, as patrons danced under the glittering Dubai skyline. Earlier in the evening an emotional tribute to the legend Prince by DJ Charlsey had fans moved beyond words.
If you want to catch this extravaganza, another amazing line up of groundbreaking artists is set to come back to Dubai in the fall.
Fashionistas Gather in DIFC
Dubai’s fashion pack gathered at Indie in DIFC to celebrate the launch of talented French- Egyptian designer, Mariam Yehia’s brand, Mrs.Keepa. Guests were treated to a series of skits where models dressed in the distinctive 70’s vintage-inspired Mrs.Keepa pieces acted out scenes from the past. To compliment the chic French theme, French singer Alexandra performed.
The full collection will be available to buy online at www.MrsKeepa.com beginning May 15, 2016.
Warehouse421 Debuts Famed Spanish Sculptor Xavier Mascaró
Hailed as one of the world’s leading Spanish contemporary sculptors, Xavier Mascaró has unveiled his exhibition Departure at Warehouse421 in the UAE.
Mascaró’s exhibition of boats is made from rusted iron and oxidized bronze, with an 18 meter life-size ship out at the front entrance and 26 boats in different sizes taking up the indoor gallery space. The exhibition will also include a selection of his drawings, models, and interviews that demonstrate the artist’s process of creation. As a tribute to the UAE’s ancestry of sailing, sea trade and maritime antiquity, Departure will also present traditional Emirati poetry and imagery about the sea, where excerpts will provide insight into the sailors’ emotions of traveling, the longing, reuniting, and the mystery of the unknown out at sea, to his community back home.
You can see Departure at Warehouse421 until September 4, 2016.