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The Shops Place Perdtemps

Lounge Wine Bar (Divvine)
Shop ready to wear (ZAPA Paris)
Shop ready to wear (Caractère Italie Milan)
Shop ready to wear (Elena Miro Spécialiste Grande taille)
Shop Ready to wear (Caroline Biss Bruxelles)
Shop Ready to wear (Pause Cafe Paris)
Shop Ready to wear (SYM Paris Milan)

The leather Furla, Braccialini, Axel Life Accessoirie, ZAPA
Hearing Centre (Audition future) 
Stylist hair salon (Temps pour L)
Personal Shopper and relooking (EliT concept)
Restaurant Tapas Bar (L'Instant)
Hôtel (le Beau Séjour)
Crêperie (des Arts)
Hôtel résidence **** (Park & Suites Prestige)


EliT licence


A platform for shared and individual businesses. Offering development, enhancement and communication for local shops and quality services. EliT shopping area, in its primary sense - the 'elite' - , is related to the idea of excellence:
it is the Greek 'kalos kagathos' [καλὸς κἀγαθός], meaning "what is all well and good," and by extension indicating "the honest man."

All Old European civilizations have attempted earnestly to provide human models in the perspective to grow.

The seventeenth century offers the reference of  'the honest man'. Much as this is a difficult concept to define, the expression remains to date. The honest man is characterized by an outer and inner elegance: elegant without being extravagant, cultivated without being pretentious, gracious without being sleek, insipid, discreet, confident without bragging. Noble of heart, he has the elegance not to flaunt his ego, the decency not to display his pride. This approach is based on the beliefs of classicism (measurement and elegance), is connected with Descartes and Pascal (The geometrical spirit).


EliT stands above all else for bringing brands and local services to light!
The Periclean Athens holds this ideal very high: it ties its quest for aesthetic perfection (architectural beauty, body cult) to its search of spiritual exemplary.



EliT Place Perdtemps to Divonne les Bains

Divonne
Antique Gallic term. Gallic name for fountain. Vis-à-vis the other side of the river, was the lovely valley of Tromeur sprinkled by an old Divonne or sacred fountain that Christianity worshipped by associating it with the cult of the Virgin.
Note also that the Latin word, divided up, corresponds to the French "rich, abundant".  'One Ouane' means 'river that runs'  (as in the Rhône or Annaz, river in Pays de Gex).

Source Divonna
Divona était une déesse des sources vénérée par les Gaulois. Elle a donné son nom à des sources miraculeuses en Gaule.

Salve, fons ignote ortu, sacer, alme, perennis,
Vitree, glauce, profunde, sonore, inlimis, opace!
Salve, urbis genius, medico potabilis haustu,
Divona, Celtarum lingua, fons addite divis!
Salut, source d’origine mystérieuse, sacrée, nourricière, éternelle,
transparente, verte, profonde, chantante, limpide, ombreuse!
Salut, génie de la ville, breuvage curatif,
Divona en langue celte, source d’ordre divin!​

​En 2017 naitra dans l'ère moderne, l'eau minérale de Divonne les Bains, pure et réparatrice.
On attribue à l’eau minérale de Divonne, sa légèreté, riche en fluor, calcium et magnésium, des vertus apaisantes particulièrement appréciées par toutes celles et tous ceux qui souhaitent se ressourcer.
 
Perdtemps
Perd, verbal form (in the expression in-time), "lost in time". Or as was said "Perd-temps"  indicating he worked nonstop, without rest.
Etymology, Perd-temps = Frivolous entertainment, as part of perdere in Neuchâtel.