So little time, so much to do.
From beachside dwelling to exploring the latest from the realms of art, our diverse itinerary guarantees a memorable weekend.
Want to learn a few beauty tips and tricks from an expert? Le BHV Marais will be hosting a free Beauty Masterclass by Beirut-based makeup artist Bassam Fattouh on Saturday March 16. Not only does he have an impressive client list that includes Haifa Wehbe, Elissa, Yara, Mona Abou Hamza, Salma Hayek and Sara Sampaio, but he also runs his own makeup label Bassam Fattouh Cosmetics. On the day, he will share exactly how to achieve flawless makeup look, followed by a Q&A session.
Seats are limited, for reservations: Customer service at Le BHV Marais: 04 403 3000
Be a Shero
Bringing together leading industry professionals in the health, fitness and wellness fields from around the world, The Shero Summit is a two-day event that will address women specific health and training concerns, and give access to expert advice from a collective of trailblazing women. The summit will feature seminars, workshops and workouts where attendees can learn from renowned Naturopathic Medical Doctor, Dr Sonja Petterson, World Record Holding Professional Powerlifter, Liz Craven and life transformation specialist, Anna Wallenten. Strength Coach, Halah Alhamrani and creator of the Shero Summit and Strength Coach, Jesse Akister will also be hosting seminars over the weekend.
March 15 – 16, Platform Fitness Dubai, Warehouse 6 & 7 Nadd Al Hamar, Al Quoz, Dubai
Channel your best Ibiza vibes and head down to Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai on March 16 to celebrate its 3-year anniversary. The beach club will be hosting a “Celebration of Life” event from 12pm to 9pm and will welcome headliner and Queen of House, Barbara Tucker. Best known for hits “Beautiful People” and “R.E.S.P.E.C.T RPL Mix” Tucker will get you up and dancing with energetic musical acts throughout the day.
Nikki Beach Resort & Spa, Pearl Jumeirah – Dubai
For the Artist
The latest exhibition at Concrete, Alserkal avenue, offers a lot for art enthusiasts to sink their teeth into. On until March 23, Fabric(ated) Fractures features 15 artists of Bangladeshi, South Asian, and Southeast Asian origin. The platform explores ‘sensitive spaces’—spaces that challenge ideas of nation, state, and territory. The exhibition design intervenes in the architecture of Concrete, spanning its height with community- based artworks that are humanist acts of insurgency against rising polarisation in the region (and the rest of the world), and grounding the exhibition in a more porous pre-colonial past through the use of a vernacular mud floor found in many South Asian villages.
Fabric(ated) Fractures is a collaboration between the Samdani Art Foundation and Alserkal at Concrete, Dubai.
Taste of Europe
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Take a break from shopping and tuck into carefully prepared French-Mediterranean dishes at Izu Brasserie. Located on the main boulevard in City Walk with views to Downtown Dubai, the relaxed dining space with spacious outdoor seating by Chef Izu Ani offers a great selection of freshly-prepared dishes and signature cocktails. We tried the Diavola pizza, seafood spaghetti and avocado toast and it was all perfectly cooked, tasted extremely fresh and light.
IZU Brasserie and Bakery can be found inside Le BHV Marais in City Walk.
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