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New Year, new trends, new tastesA new year means new starts, new trends, new bars, new restaurants ... how much fun would life be if we continued with the same things year after year? Change means variety, and variety, as 18th-century British poet William Cowper first wrote, is the spice of life.The Daily Star spoke to bloggers and tastemakers to find out what is set to be hot next year, and what from 2014 is likely to be left behind.Sinno, who is an in-house style consultant for Beirut Souks, highlighted culottes – knee-length shorts that are baggy enough to be mistaken for a skirt – as the big new thing in 2015 .But, in good news to those who don't want to fork out for a whole new wardrobe, she said some key trends of 2014 would continue into the New Year.The best value red wine is Les Terroirs by Domaine Wardy for its abundance of fruit, great acidity and excellent structurem he said.Overall, Chateau Musar still makes Lebanon's best red wine, he said.
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