Environment

By Tempus | 13 Apr 2021

An extraordinary life: Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, 1921-2021

His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, died at Windsor Castle on the morning of Friday 9 April. At 99 years old, the duke was the longest serving royal consort in history, carving ou... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 31 Mar 2021

The luxury British brand selling trunks to save (elephant) trunks

Oliver Tomalin, founder of ethical men’s swim and resort wear label Love Brand & Co, is deadly serious when he says he was destined to launch a fashion and lifestyle brand committed to savin... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 20 Mar 2021

Making an impact: from social responsibility to ESG investment

At the end of January, BlackRock’s Larry Fink delivered his annual letter to the world’s CEOs and investors. In it, he issued a stark reminder that we ignore our fragility as a species at ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 17 Mar 2021

Going with the grain: an interview with GAIL'S Bakery CEO Tom Molnar

In the slightly terrifying and utterly surreal early days of global lockdowns at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, it would be an understatement to say that sourdough was all the rage. Scrolling ... Read More

By Tempus | 08 Mar 2021

Rolls-Royce launches nationwide competition for aspiring young designers

Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has announced a nationwide competition in which it is asking aspiring young designers to submit their ideas for a new feature for its famed Wildlife... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 04 Mar 2021

Elizabeth Scarlett putting conservation at the heart of its purpose with a self-imposed 'Earth tax'

In a clarion call to action for businesses, ethical luxury brand Elizabeth Scarlett has pledged to donate two percent of its annual sales to the preservation of keystone species. As par... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 01 Mar 2021

Eager to embrace the maximalism trend without risking kitsch? The key is in the fabric

Our home has long been the place we turn to for comfort – it is where the heart is, after all – and it is fair to say that it has never played a more vital role than it has in the pas... Read More

26 Feb 2021

The most luxurious and beneficial sports training camps in the world

The world of professional sport is big business these days and that means that the owners, administrators, and governing bodies have to look after their athletes better than ever before. This often me... Read More

By Chantelle Billson | 26 Feb 2021

Dreaming in colour: Dame Zandra Rhodes talks about her latest collaboration with Savoir – and finally finding the time for a good night’s sleep

Renowned British textile and fashion designer Dame Zandra Rhodes is no stranger to royalty or the rich and famous. Appointed her DBE by the Queen in 2014, Rhodes’ diverse clientele has included ... Read More

By Daniel Pembrey | 25 Feb 2021

Snøhetta co-founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen takes Tempus on a tour of Norway’s untamed landscapes to share his architectural inspiration

Born in the small fishing town Haugesund on Norway’s exposed west coast, Kjetil Trædal Thorsen had little idea his work would come to define Norwegian architecture. In the 1960s, befo... Read More

By Ben McCarthy | 20 Feb 2021

Column: The National trust's Ben McCarthy tells us about his plans for the UK’s green spaces – and why it’s time to give the natural world its true value

Ben McCarthy is the head of nature conservation and restoration ecology at the National Trust. Here, he tells Tempus about his work restoring the UK's natural resilience and expanding our gre... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 19 Feb 2021

Mark Oleynik, creator of the world's first robotic chef, dishes up the remarkable process behind Moley Robotic Kitchen

Mechanical hands hover over the refined preparation station, whipping up a gourmet-style pasta dish. Perfect al dente spaghetti bubbles away on the stove while the dexterous limbs whisk a ho... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 17 Feb 2021

Spending power: How Henry – High Earners, Not Rich Yet – became the name to watch

Henry turns 30 in 2021, give or take a few years. They have a job that reflects their high level of education – think lawyer, banker, entrepreneur – and pays somewhere between £100,0... Read More

By Tempus | 11 Feb 2021

Silent Island: saving the planet in style with Silent Yachts

One oft-cited criticism that has consistently followed the rich and famous around for decades is the claim that their holidaying, which can include private jet and yacht ... Read More

By Tempus | 10 Feb 2021

Shrove Tuesday: incredible pancake recipes from around the world

Like many of us, you may have been told that money makes the world go round. However upon further research, Tempus can confirm that does in fact appear to be pancakes that perpetuate the rotation... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 26 Jan 2021

Aston Martin’s Marek Reichman: “consumers are looking for honesty, consistency and reliability”

2020 has been a year of new challenges but the future is bright for lovers of luxury. In our first ever British Luxury Review, Tempus asks experts from 12 of the UK’s most prestigious brand... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 19 Jan 2021

Northacre CEO Niccolò Barattieri says lockdown has served as “time to reflect” on our values

2020 has been a year of new challenges but the future is bright for lovers of luxury. In our first ever British Luxury Review, Tempus asks experts from 12 of the UK’s most prestigious brand... Read More

By Chantelle Billson | 17 Dec 2020

VIVANT, a sustainable wine live streaming service, is determined to amplify responsible winemakers through virtual live experiences

In 2020 the importance of maintaining and looking after our environment has become of great importance. Founded by Michael Baum at Château de Pommard in 2019, VIVANT is a winery determined to re... Read More