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Musée Yves Saint Laurent

The work of twentieth century fashion’s most renowned and respected designer, Yves Saint Laurent, is forever immortalized through the recent opening of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent in Marrakech. The late couturier’s love affair with Marrakech began in 1966, when he and his partner Pierre Bergé first visited the Moroccan city; a holiday that had a career-long influence on Saint Laurent’s life and w...

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Rue Yves St Laurent, Marrakech, Morocco


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Zyne Slippers

33 Rue Majorelle is among the most fabulous concept stores in Marrakech, offering a variety of well-curated products from high-end brands and local designers. The store’s product offerings range from authentic home-wears and Moroccan treasures to unique fashions and accessories. A visit to the store is incomplete without walking out with a pair of Zyne shoes - the brand that has revolutionized the...

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33 Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakesh, Morocco


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La Mamounia

La Mamounia, arguably most iconic hotel in Marrakech, opened its doors in 1923 and was recently brought back to its original glory by world-class architect Jacques Garcia; Garcia’s most well known creations include the renowned Hôtel Costes and The Peninsula in Paris. This legendary property, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, has hosted some of history’s most influential figures, from p...

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Avenue Bab Jdid، Marrakech, Morocco

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La Mamounia


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McDonald’s

McDonald’s is still and will always remain my second favorite dining establishment. Founded in 1940 in San Bernardino, California, McDonald's has grown into the world’s largest restaurant food chain, serving over 70 million customers daily in over 100 countries. The fast food franchise first introduced their eponymous Golden Arches logo in 1953, the best graphic identity since the Third Reich. B...

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Most open 24 Hrs

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37,241 Locations Worldwide

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McDonald's


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KRINK K-70

The Krink K-70 Permanent Ink Marker is a Sharpie for adults. Its Super Black alcohol-based ink is ultra permanent and designed to drip. Beware this baby is no joke. The marker’s high quality ink works well on almost every material, for use on paper, cardboard, wood, metal and painted surfaces. When you find a perm-spot, be sure to make it count – there is no going back!


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Tom Sachs's Pick

Roma

News that ‘cinema is dead’ has not yet reached Mexico, and Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film ‘Roma’ is the proof! Based on Cuarón’s own upbringing in a middle-class home in 1970s Mexico City, Roma is a humane, masterfully tender portrait of Cleo, the family’s housekeeper and nanny. A pivotal work of social and emotional realism, which chronicles a year from Cleo’s perspective, the film taps into the tr...

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