Europe

By Rose Adams | 12 Apr 2018

LVMH report record breaking sales as luxury retail continues to thrive

Luxury goods giant LVMH, owner of global retail brands such as Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon, Christian Dior and Givenchy, enjoyed an exceptionally positive result at the end of the first fin... Read More

By Rose Adams | 26 Mar 2018

The Farnese Blue diamond sent to auction for the first time

The Farnese Blue, a 6.16 carat pear-shaped blue diamond and one of the most historic on earth, has emerged on the market for the first time ever, after being kept solely within the same fami... Read More

By Rose Adams | 19 Mar 2018

Sail away to your own private island with Royal Caribbean's new luxury cruise

2018 is an incredible year for luxury cruises, with top designers and flexible itineraries causing the traditionally rather staid form of travel to experience a pique in popularity. Elsewhere, private... Read More

By Rose Adams | 08 Mar 2018

The World superyacht heads to Europe for a unique voyage

When we look at investing in a holiday home, there's a multitude of things to consider, from finding a prime location to perfect year-round weather. But what if your holiday home could tie in with... Read More

By Rose Adams | 07 Mar 2018

Woman with altitude: recreating the journey of Alexandra David–Neél

As International Women's Day places the spotlight firmly on inspirational females pushing boundaries within the worlds of business, sports, arts and beyond this Thursday 8... Read More

By Rose Adams | 20 Feb 2018

The luxurious new Nobu Hotel to open its doors in Marbella

When we think of Marbella, it's usually the party central of Puerto Banus that first springs to mind – clubs, beaches and cocktails galore. And while the popular Costa del Sol dest... Read More

By Peter Dean | 19 Feb 2018

With super premium vodkas on our radar, BeringIce offers a new taste of luxury

When Joe Gilmore, the legendary head barman of The Savoy's American Bar died two years ago, there was a fact in his obituary that stuck out like a cherry in a Martini. During the 1960s, the amount... Read More

By Rose Adams | 16 Feb 2018

Celebrate Chinese New Year in style with these extraordinary gifts and experiences

Chinese New Year is upon us once more, with 2018 marking the lunar Year of the Dog in China's traditional zodiac. Vibrant parades and a plethora of colourful celebrations ... Read More

By Tempus | 08 Jan 2018

Join Tempus at our BRIT Awards Official After Party

From Geri Halliwell's Union Jack dress at the height of Spice Girl fever, to Madonna's dramatic cape malfunction in 2015, the BRIT Awards is the gift that keeps on giving. An annual night of p... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 24 Dec 2017

These top tips from Highclere Thoroughbred Racing could put you on track for a winning investment

Whether you're donning your best morning suits for Royal Ascot, counting the hurdles of the Grand National or looking forward to a festive flutter on Boxing Day at Kempton Park, horseracing is a s... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Dec 2017

Ryan Reynold's stunt double talks the thrills and spills of the Hitman's Bodyguard

Every great action film is measured by its death-defying stunts, and comedy The Hitman's Bodyguard is no exception. As bodyguard Ryan Reynolds and former assassin Samuel L. Jackson race acros... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 02 Nov 2017

Calling all art collectors – imitation really is the best form of flattery

When it comes to investing in art, the Ming and Qing dynasty ceramics of East Asia have long been considered among the most valuable and popular collectible items. But for Dr Nicole Chiang, curator at... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Oct 2017

Conserving a masterpiece: Old Royal Naval College's William Palin on the challenges of preserving Thornhill's Painted Hall

Art and architecture are rarely so perfectly intertwined as in Sir Christopher Wren’s famous London buildings – from St Paul’s Cathedral to Kensington Palace – but for architec... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 06 Sep 2017

The Louvre art gallery prepares to put Abu Dhabi in the frame

The Louvre Paris is one of the most prestigious art galleries in the world, so it is no wonder that when France and Abu Dhabi first decided to partner on a cultural project in 2007, this would be the... Read More

By Tempus | 06 Sep 2017

Spice up your brunch with Nobu Shoreditch's new Sunday menu

Forget artisan sourdough or eggs and avocado, Nobu Shoreditch is revolutionising London’s brunch craze with a Japanese take on the trendiest of weekend meals. Served at the Japanese restaurant a... Read More

By Tempus | 01 Sep 2017

Inside Seiko’s new Knightsbridge boutique

Brompton Road’s newest storefront is bringing one of Japan’s coolest exports to London for the first time. Seiko’s new Knightsbridge boutique is nestled in the heart of the city&rsqu... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 29 Aug 2017

Pianist Fabio D’Andrea on making classical music come alive

Fabio D’Andrea is one of Britain’s brightest young composers and pianists. His aim is to bring classical music to a contemporary audience and he has been highly acclaimed by critics &ndash... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 15 Aug 2017

Exclusive interview: Vikings star Gaia Weiss on her secret passion for ballet

There’s more to Vikings star Gaia Weiss than just her beauty. Although the talented actress has captured hearts with her natural good looks, 5ft 9in height and flowing blonde locks, the Parisian... Read More