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By Rachel Ingram | 18 Sep 2019

Tempus takes the wheel of Princess Yachts' groundbreaking performance sports yacht, the R35

Seldom do the words superyacht and speedboat come together, unless you’re talking of taking a tender from boat to shore. Boatbuilders tend to stick to what they’re known for – in Pri... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 18 Sep 2019

Exclusive: Prince Albert II on how Monaco is pioneering sustainable change from the ground up

Monaco is often associated with the finer things in life, but – as HSH Prince Albert II is determined to point out to the world – finer needn’t mean damaging. The principality’... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 17 Sep 2019

Kelly Hoppen shares why she's living on the Edge with her cruise ship designs

Known as the queen of taupe, it’s hard to believe that interior design icon Kelly Hoppen did not, in fact, invent the neutral palette. Her penchant for calm tones paired with lush fabrics has ep... Read More

By Farzana Ali | 02 Sep 2019

The UK's finest fragrance houses reveal why the artisanal approach rules

The rules are out. As mass-produced fragrances continue to hit a sour note with discerning perfume wearers, the move towards prestige and niche fragrances continues to rise. And as more of us continue... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 29 Aug 2019

A cut above? We put ADAM Grooming Atelier's speed-barbering skills to the test

For some, going to the barbers can seem like a laborious chore. After enough poor cuts, the quest for the perfect barber can quickly become a search for anyone who can manage a fairly consistent job, ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 08 Aug 2019

Art ex Machina: Meet the AI challenging everything we know about art and ethics

Artificial intelligence has become commonplace. No longer a futuristic novelty, the impact of learning machines is now being felt in everything from the way we do business to how we interact with our ... Read More

By Dominique Afacan | 15 Jul 2019

Explore the new wave of luxury yachting as we dive into the latest industry trends

Superyachts were once pretty predictable toys; built for extreme luxury, high-profile lounging and James Bond-style jaunts between glamorous ports. Today, there is change on the horizon. The next gene... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 24 Jun 2019

Princess Yachts launches a ‘supercar for the waves'

Seldom do the words superyacht and speedboat come together, unless you’re talking of taking a tender from boat to shore. Boatbuilders tend to stick to what they’re known for – in Pri... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Jun 2019

This Michelin-awarded restaurant in Bath went vegan and nobody noticed

As one of the country's most innovative vegetarian restaurants, it's no wonder that Acorn in Bath has become the UK's first vegan restaurant to be recognised by the 2019 Michelin Guid... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 12 Jun 2019

Flow Water founder Nicholas Reichenbach on how his health and eco-conscious brand is making waves

It's fair to say that water brands are rarely considered a novelty, but for Nicholas Reichenbach, the founder and CEO of eco-friendly brand Flow, water has been at the pinnacle of his entrepreneur... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 06 Jun 2019

Scott's opens its doors to the world's most 'expensive restaurant interior' with its new dining room

Legendary Mayfair establishment Scott’s is set to take fine dining to a new level with the launch this week of an exclusive private dining room, billed as “the most expensive restaurant in... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 13 May 2019

Naomie Harris: Film companies need to be more sustainable

While movie stars often talk about sustainability, many overlook the fact that the film production industry itself is actually one of the most "non-environmentally friendly" indust... 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

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Apr 2019

As the V&A launches its landmark Mary Quant exhibition, we find out how the designer became the face of a generation

Dame Mary Quant is synonymous with the Swinging 60s. Credited with popularising the miniskirt and inventing hotpants, the British designer was also the first to use PVC fabrics for her ‘wet look... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 02 Apr 2019

Born to be wild: Joanna Lumley on how she is bringing the focus back to nature

Joanna Lumley is a national treasure. Yes, it’s a phrase bandied about with alarming frequency, yet with a career spanning 50 years as a BAFTA-winning actress, author, presenter, model and activ... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Apr 2019

How hot design duo Ralph & Russo are leading the rise and rise of British couture

London’s only couture house, Ralph & Russo, has been challenging the industry since its inception in 2007. In fact, in 2014, it became the first British brand in almost 100 years to be invit... Read More

By Amira Arasteh | 08 Mar 2019

A cultural journey: absorb the history of the Jebel Akhdar mountains during your stay at Oman’s Anantara

As I climb into the car that is awaiting me upon arrival at Muscat airport, Oman, my mind cannot help but reference Sex and the City 2, as the girls are greeted by private cars in Abu Dhabi. I decide ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Jan 2019

Time to fly: pilot Matt Jones on preparing to travel the world by historic Spitfire

When pilots Steve Boultbee and Matt Jones founded the Boultbee Flight Academy 10 years ago, they hoped to share their love of the classic Spitfire aircraft with the masses. Now, their Goodwood academy... Read More

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