Hello Tomorrow

Tomorrow has more to discover.
Emirates’ global brand campaign Hello Tomorrow aims to inspire people across the world to explore and connect with each other across cultures and borders.

Lost At E Minor and Emirates have collaborated to bring you the Hello Tomorrow series presented below.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Ski Dubai: an indoor ski slope

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By Zac in Cool Travel on Saturday 27 April 2013

While in Dubai recently, I checked out the famed Ski Dubai, which is the largest snow park in the world, conveniently located in the largest mall in the world. Heck, this is Dubai right? It has to be OTT. The skiing was a lot of fun.

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The Orange Public House and Hotel, London

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By Zac in Cool Travel on Wednesday 10 April 2013

The Orange hotel is nestled at the top of a classic, refurbished bar and restaurant in London’s Belgravia. In the popular bar downstairs the Orange is a favourite for the discerning locals from nearby Chelsea and Belgravia, while upstairs the four upmarket ensuite bedrooms draw guests from around the world looking for a truly unique London homebase.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: The Emirates Business class experience

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By Zac in Cool Travel on Friday 5 April 2013

The business footprint of Lost At E Minor spans Australia, the US and the UK. So when I needed to head over to the UK to meet with some of our commercial partners, I was lucky enough to fly there with our friends at Emirates. It was certainly an unforgettable experience, resulting in the Hello Tomorrow content series we’ve been running over the past few weeks.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Lights out, now go to sleep… we mean eat

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By Zac in New Food and Packaging on Saturday 23 March 2013

The city of London is a pretty exciting place visually, so it seems almost counterproductive to dine in the dark. But that’s exactly what you’ll do at Dans le Noir? London, where you can experience the world in pitch black while blind waiters serve you your organic meal. It’s supposed to help sharpen your other senses in the meantime, so we can’t think of a better place to start training for super-sensory powers than dining in the dark. Unfortunately, the restrooms are fully lit for safety reasons, so you can’t practise there.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Off-the-shelf toys? Make your own

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By Zac in New Products on Friday 22 March 2013

London-based startup company Makielab makes these 10″ super-poseable made-on-demand action dolls with faces and features designed by you. The 3D-printed and hand-dyed makies are pretty cool — and equally impressive is Makielab’s dedication to local manufacturing. The dolls are printed and assembled in London and Amsterdam, entirely assembled in London, and even the packaging materials are sourced from within the UK. Well, now you know where to go if you want to bring your imaginary friend from childhood to life.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: watch your step, these knife-like heels really stab

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By Zac in New Fashion on Friday 22 March 2013

Award-winning London-based shoe designer Chau Har Lee does these really cool made-to-order shoes that redefine the whole notion of killer heels with flat knife-like metal shards instead of pointy little stilettos. These photos by Viktor Vauthier do justice to their coolness.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: The biggest architectural wave in the world?

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By Low Lai Chow in Architecture on Friday 22 March 2013

If someone had told us ten years ago that they could freeze a wave, we would have laughed them off. Okay, we stopped laughing. Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which looks like a breaking wave that has stopped in its tracks — yes, all 26 levels of it — comes close.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Beam what you eat onto your plates

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By Zac in New Food and Packaging on Friday 22 March 2013

Finally, a menu that helps us make up our minds about what to eat. Before you even make an order at pan-Asian fusion restaurant inamo St James in London, you can poke around at its interactive menu to beam prospective eats onto your plate.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: This London gallery is a work of art itself

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By Low Lai Chow in Architecture on Friday 22 March 2013

The inspiration may be water, but the Roca London Gallery designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, with its minimalistic undulating contoured walls and neutral, monochromatic hues, is so other-worldly that it calls to mind a spaceship instead. Even the tiles have wavy edges. Most of the galley’s furniture, from the reception desk to shelves, are made of glass-reinforced plastics.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Cutting edge fashion by Mary Katrantzou

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By Low Lai Chow in New Fashion on Thursday 21 March 2013

London-based fashion designer Mary Katrantzou has an anonymous quote on her Facebook page: “God gives us dreams a size too big so that we can grow into them.” Liberating stuff. With her latest collection for fall 2013, Katrantzou — who is absolutely wicked with prints — references photographer Edward Steichen’s works, juxtaposing both artificial architectural forms and natural landscapes onto shift dresses and the such so well that any woman wearing them would be proud to greet the future in them.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Women’s only club opens in London

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By Low Lai Chow in Cool Travel on Thursday 21 March 2013

Men’s only clubs? Too many of them. The ultra-luxe women’s only private club Grace Belgravia has opened in a historic grade-two listed building on West Halkin Street in central London for female sophisticates. It has all the good stuff, including a gym, spa, and a restaurant-bar with bio-dynamic wine on its menu.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: Dine Mile High comes to London

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By Low Lai Chow in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 21 March 2013

Wow, imagine flying off for a short decadent getaway away without actually leaving the country. That’s the premise of Dine Mile High, which — lucky for all Londoners — touches down in mid-March to take away all the logistical pains of making it to the airport on time with your passport and boarding pass.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: This store entrance is epic

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By Low Lai Chow in Cool Travel on Friday 15 March 2013

Somewhere in Dalston, East London is the appointment-only Late Night Chameleon Cafe, a wonderland of a concept store hidden away out of sight. To get to it you’ll need to enter a side door from the streets in Shacklewell Lane down into the basement and trudge through the entrance, which is a hexagonal tunnel constructed out of raw wood and orange Perspex.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: The Ampersand Hotel, London

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By Zac in Cool Travel on Friday 15 March 2013

I’ve stayed in many great hotels, but there have been few which are on par with The Ampersand hotel, London. My experience was simply faultless.

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THE HELLO TOMORROW SERIES: David Bowie Is exhibition at London’s V&A Museum

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By Chloe Warner in New Events on Thursday 14 March 2013

If, like me, you are a huge fan of the high waisted master that is David Bowie, then you will be equally as excited about the cult exhibition at the V&A London. The exhibition, titled David Bowie Is, gives a unique opportunity to delve into a career spanning more than 40 years.

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