Passage to Paris - Born and based in India, Manish Arora set up his label in 1997. Arora's collections are always a feast for the eyes: a vibrant mix of bold color and dazzling prints. His latest fall-winter collection is no exception, as Euromaxx discovered at Paris Fashion Week. Architect of the Stars - We travel to Madrid to visit world renowned Spanish architect Joaquin Torres who has designed homes for some A-list stars, including Madonna and a number of soccer players, among them Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Chelsea's Fernando Torres. Ski Touring on the Rise - Ski Touring - where you trek up the mountain by putting climbing skins on your skis with the pay-off being the downhill run - is becoming more and more popular. We accompany ski tour guide Toni Grassl as he guides a group to climb the Toter Mann, or Dead Man, mountain about 10 kilometers from Berchtesgaden in Bavaria. Wild Art - Since 2005 conceptual artist Ruen Guneriussen has traveled to remote areas in Norway. His goal is to find pristine natural spots, which he then fills up with everyday objcts -- lamps, telephones, or books. His work explores basic questions about people and their environment. Coffee Revolution - Coffee lovers are finding increasingly sophisticated ways to make a better cup of filtered brew. Many believe it's the best way to unfold the beans' real flavor. Once just a cup of java, filtered coffee is on its way to becoming a gourmet beverage.
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Episode #912 / Length: 26 minutes