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By Michelle Johnson | 14 Feb 2020

Belle surprise: how Champagne has become this year's most surprising emerging destination

Located just an hour from Paris, the once-royal region of Champagne is synonymous with a sparkling wine so internationally important, no celebration would be complete without a glass. Legend says it w... Read More

By Tempus | 13 Feb 2020

Raise a glass to romance at Harrods' Perrier-Jouët Champagne Terrace

The Perrier-Jouët Champagne Terrace is known as one of London's most romantic venues. As perfect for an evening tipple with a view as an afternoon glass of rosé, the indoor/outdoor bar... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 07 Feb 2020

Les 110 de Taillevent brings French romance to London this Valentine's Day

With London's fine dining scene outshining cities of the world, choosing the perfect venue to take your loved one for Valentine's Day is a nigh on impossible task. Thankfully, I've found t... Read More

By Tempus | 04 Feb 2020

How the Experimental Perfume Club has simplified the approach to bespoke fragrances

There are few things better than finding one's perfect scent and, thanks to the rising trend of bespoke perfumes, there's never been more choice when looking for a unique perfume that matches ... Read More

By Tempus | 28 Jan 2020

Take Valentine's Day to the next level with Le Clarence chef Christophe Pelé's Michelin-star recipes

If you've tried every type of haute cuisine, visited every fine dining establishment, and are looking for a new way to surprise your loved one this Valentine's Day, look no further than L... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 19 Dec 2019

Kobe Bryant on his transition from basketball star to Oscar-winning filmmaker

When superstar basketball player Kobe Bryant retired his jersey in 2016, fans and critics alike expected he would somehow continue to make waves in the sporting world. But no one could have guessed ho... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 10 Dec 2019

48-hours in Paris: Tempus explores the Marais arrondissement

“A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty and in the point of life.” The words of Thomas Jefferson felt no truer than on a recent 48-hour autumnal escape, when we were in... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 04 Nov 2019

How Levan's new wave of bistronomy is still shaking up London's restaurant scene

On an unassuming road in Peckham, very special things are happening in the kitchen at Levan: an all-day bar and dining space inspired by the new wave of bistronomy that began in the quartier... Read More

By Georgia Peck | 31 Oct 2019

Awakening the wander list: where in the world do those with exceptional wealth vacation?

Las Vegas might seem an unlikely location for the world’s biggest travel conference. But when one considers Sin City’s homage to those most famous of Grand Tour destinations – t... Read More

29 Oct 2019

Is the Kurhaus of Baden-Baden the most opulent casino in the world?

Casinos are often places of extravagance and sumptuousness that welcome incredibly wealthy high rollers who want to stake large sums on the games. Some of these gambling houses are designed to appeal ... Read More

By Tempus | 23 Oct 2019

Nolita Social celebrates la dolce vita for its Hennessy Nights series finale

One of Knightsbridge’s most luxurious late-night venues, Nolita Social has been celebrating la dolce vita since its opening. The stylish cocktail lounge and live music bar is located beneath Set... Read More

15 Oct 2019

How Louis Vuitton’s eSports Move Shows Gaming’s Current Power

For more than 150 years, the French fashion house of Louis Vuitton has taken great pride in being regarded as one of the biggest luxury retail brands on the planet. The organisation has taken many dif... Read More

By Tempus | 18 Sep 2019

This Parisian penthouse has received a historic belle epoque makeover

Dating back to 1835, palatial Parisian hotel Le Meurice has always combined belle epoque decadence with contemporary artistic flair. It was this same ambiance that the hotel sought to enhance with its... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Sep 2019

Step inside Mandarin Oriental's first European standalone residence

Longing for an apartment that offers the familiar luxury of a prestige hospitality brand but without feeling like you’re staying in an actual hotel? A new branded residence development in one of... Read More

27 Aug 2019

Four European destinations that will still delight your inner historian

For a history buff, there is no continent quite as diverse and full of wonder as Europe. Known quite literally as 'The Old Continent', ours is a continent that has seen the rise and fall ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 15 Aug 2019

Beauty industry magnate Didier Guillon on why his Valmont Foundation for the arts is his most important challenge yet

"The best place to buy art is Venice. This isn’t a city where artists sell their work, especially during the Biennale – you don’t see the price of a piece anywhere in the Giardi... Read More

By Tempus | 09 May 2019

Chinese artist Li Tianbing brings conflict and colour to Mayfair

Chinese artist Li Tianbing is best known for his politically charged and boldly abstract paintings, reflecting the conflict and tension of his subject matter through a clash of realism and expressioni... Read More

By Mark C O'Flaherty | 16 Apr 2019

Henry Poole & Co's Simon Cundey tells Tempus why Savile Row is so well suited for his historic family-run tailors

In a world of mass consumerism, multi-generational artisans in Mayfair are keeping the crafts of their ancestors alive. Away from the high gloss of the corporate-owned window displays, with all their ... Read More

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