To celebrate the 100th year of the N°5 perfume’s fame,Patrice Leguéreau, Director of the Chanel Fine Jewellery Creation Studio, has imagined the “Collection N°5”, the first High Jewellery collection ever to be dedicated to a perfume. From the bottle to the sillage, these 123 extraordinary pieces express the different facets of the N°5 perfume.
Black Badge Ghost debuts dark side of Post Opulent design. The 6.75-litre V12 engine now delivers increased power (600PS) and torque (900NM). The drivetrain and chassis have been re-engineered for more urgent performance.
3 East 95th Street
Upon entering the 1916 landmarked Carhart Mansion at 95th Street and 5th Avenue, one is awestruck by the immense original marble grand foyer. This 10,350 square foot duplex begins on the Parlor Level (etage noble) which is reached by either the private elevator landing or ascending the sweeping staircase one floor to its Reception Hall with 18+ foot ceilings. To the south is the Grand Salon which is 44 x 25 feet with a wood burning fireplace.
Eve is a new, independent company dedicated to accelerating the global Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem. Benefitting from a startup mindset, backed by Embraer’s more than 50-year history of aerospace expertise, its singular focus takes a comprehensive approach to the UAM industry by providing a holistic ecosystem.
Hublot introduces the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski Red Magic, in a vivid color that exudes passion whilst evoking Richard Orlinski’s famed sculpture Born Wild Crocodile.
Jacob & Co. Launches NFT Collection Of Digital And Physical Watches Inspired By The Metaverse
Jacob & Co. is reentering the digital space with the launch of a new NFT and physical watch collection that takes full advantage of the metaverse. The collection, “Astronomia Metaverso,” was created in partnership with UNXD, an NFT marketplace for luxury and culture. Appropriately, the collection builds upon Jacob & Co.’s storied Astronomia line, with its myriad depictions of the universe, while extending it into a digital, crypto-native future.
The President's Watch
Since its debut in 1956, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date watch was a major innovation. It was the first wristwatch to indicate, in addition to the date, the day of the week spelled out in full in an arc-shaped window at the 12 o’clock marker.
More Than Meets the Eyes
The innovative process developed by Rolex to obtain the unique two-colour Cerachrom bezel inserts for the GMT-Master II consists in changing the colour of the ceramic on one half of the insert.
Ralph Lauren expanded his lifestyle brand to encompass the world of fragrance in 1978, launching Lauren for women and Polo for men.
The Day-Date’s calendar displays the day of the week spelt out in full in an arc-shaped window at 12 o’clock in addition to the date in a separate window at 3 o’clock.
Ralph Lauren Sobriety
Ralph Lauren made wardrobing collections of elegant clothes tailored to his clients’ circumscribed day-to-day activities. As working from home gave way to scheduled returns-to-office, neutral cashmere layers were replaced by crisp suits in a vivid palette of orange, green, and navy.
Hill Hx50 as Desirable as Your Destination
HX50 is the helicopter you always wanted, exquisite in every detail, combining exceptional performance, safety and ease of flying with an outstanding ownership model. Safe, Luxurious, thrilling flying experience In acquiring an HX50 you are not just getting a helicopter, you are taking part in a revolution in General Aviation. GA 2.0 provides a roadmap that promotes the design of aircraft that are more desirable, powerful and cost-effective, with full long-term support for the private owner built in to their purchase.
ACH135 Helicopter by Airbus
The ACH135, the latest creation by Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH), was built from the need for more reliable, compact and versatile helicopters to carry passengers and cargo goods.
Volocopter Brings You Urban Air Mobility to Life
Autonomous flight is a core element of the Volocopter mission statement, and the VoloCity was designed to ultimately take to the skies as an autonomous air taxi.
British Airways, First Suite First
With some of the largest aircraft windows in the sky, First travelers will enjoy views of the horizon from every seat on board the Boeing 787-8 and 787-9 aircraft.
The First Ultra Widebody Business Jet
The Falcon 6X is the first ultra widebody business jet, offering ample room for areas of privacy and relaxation, as well as areas for teams to collaborate.
Louis Vuitton's Bravery High Jewellery Collection Continued
A vibrant homage to the bicentenary of Louis Vuitton’s birth, the second instalment of the Bravery High Jewellery collection honours the founder’s greatest creation:the trunk and its iconic features. Adorned with a wealth of unique stones, the locks, studs and clasps lend their timeless appeal to twenty exceptional pieces. Together, their sophisticated architecture paves the way for a new language in High Jewellery design. The first chapter of Bravery celebrates the pioneering spirit of Louis Vuitton, who left his hometown in Jura at age fourteen to make his way to Paris on foot.
Creating a Special Crown for Miss Ukraine
Jacob & Co.’s high jewellery, regularly appear on red carpets, magazine covers and adorn the world’s most famous celebrities.
The Sunrise Ruby
Sotheby’s World´s most expensive ruby crowned The Sunrise Ruby Sotheby’s jewellery auction in Geneva set a new world record for any coloured gemstone when the exceptional Sunrise Ruby sold for an astonishing $30.3 million.
Hotel de Russie Rome, A Rocco Forte Hotel
A Roman icon for nearly 200 years, Hotel de Russie is as renowned for its elegant styling as its envied position.
When The Ritz first opened its doors on 25th May 1906, it was considered one of the greatest hotels in the world.
The legendary Badrutt’s Palace Hotel
Badrut’s Palace Hotel has 156 elegant guest rooms and suites, all with breathtaking views of the lake or the charming village centre.
Savile Row tailoring is men and women’s bespoke tailoring that takes place on Savile Row and neighbouring streets in Mayfair, Central London.
Le Grand Mag Partner at the Snow Polo Saint Moritz
About 15,000 spectators experience a world of sports, which is marked by elegance, speed, and the traditional British sporting spirit. In short, tradition – class – hospitality – emotions!
Highlights of the tournament are the small and the grand finale on Sunday.
The World’s Most Prestigious Winter Polo Tournament on Snow.
The “Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz” is the world’s most prestigious winter polo tournament on snow. Imposing horses, a cosmopolitan crowd and a breathtaking scenery: the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz.
The World's Only High Goal Tournament on Snow
Every last weekend in January, St. Moritz turns into the world capital of polo: Since 1985, when snow polo had its world premiere here, teams from around the world compete for the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz on the frozen lake of St. Moritz.
The Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz is the world’s only high-goal tournament on snow. The three days of the tournament stand for high-class polo played against the magnificent backdrop of the snow-capped mountains of the Engadin Valley and social events both on the lake and in the first-class hotels in St. Moritz.
We are looking forward to welcoming polo friends and other guests to the Snow Polo World Cup 2023, from January 27 to 29!
While polo on snow is now played in locations such as Aspen in the USA, Cortina in Italy and Tianjin in China, the original in St. Moritz remains the only high-goal tournament on snow and thus the highest-level tournament in the World Polo Tour calendar.
The special conditions on snow, the unique location at 1,800 metres above sea level and sophisticated St. Moritz make the tournament unique of its kind.
The AC40 Race Boat
Sailed by a crew of four, the teams can utilise the AC40 as a training boat for honing match racing skills, and/or a development mule for testing new rig or foil designs.
Black Pearl by Oceanco
This incredible-looking yacht is unlike any other. The Black Pearl is the result of an outstanding collaboration of international designers, engineers, naval architects and builders. The Black Pearl has a steel hull with an aluminum superstructure.
Eleuthera 100m Superyacht
Designed by Juan Cayo Azcarate, Eleuthera 100m Sport-Open M/Y is a new concept lightweight superyacht, featuring an aggressive hull and vertical windows.
Foiler the Flying Yacht
ENATA presents Foiler, the incredible hybrid hydrofoil that is bound to re-define cruising. This 9.45-meter long futuristic-looking vessel with unique retractable hydrofoils can accommodate up to eight passengers as it comfortably cruises away.
With summer comes a bra that demands to be seen – Victoria’s Secret’s Bralette. It promises – and delivers- both sensuality and freedom, and guarantees to make a statement.
Ellen von Unwerth is one of the most prolific and renowned contemporary fashion photographers and a pioneer of the “Supermodel” era.
When Peter Coulson takes a photo he looks for negative space, shadows, simplicity and the opportunity to tell a hundred stories within the one image. His work is often characterised by humour
La Scala Academy, 200 Years in The Making
The La Scala Academy traces its beginnings to 1813 when the Imperial Regia Accademia di Ballo was founded, which grew to today’s Ballet School. Over a century later, the Scuola dei Cadetti della Scala opened in 1950, forebore to-day’s distinguished Academy of Lyric Opera, followed by the Course for Charge Artists in 1970.
The New Bocconi Campus
Many academic complexes have transformed, from isolated entities, into well-structured spaces related to each other, to the city and to the urban fabric.This is what happened to the Bocconi complex, situated next to the historical centre, that over time became a contemporary complex but still far away from being a real Anglo Saxon-inspired campus.
All Under One Baroque Roof
The Brera Gallery was officially established in 1809, even though a first collection with educational purpose existed already from 1776 and then expanded over the years alongside the Accademia di Belle Arti.Mary Therese of Austria offered the students the opportunity to study art masterpieces close up.