Sustainability

By Juliet Herd | 05 Oct 2020

Wild at heart: we find out why homeware brand Elizabeth Scarlett has put wildlife conservation at its heart

Luxury accessories and homeware brand Elizabeth Scarlett has put wildlife conservation at the heart of its business ethos. Guided by the belief that “purpose is as important as profit&... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 02 Oct 2020

How a call to help survivors of human trafficking resulted in the world’s most sustainable denim brand: Outland Denim

A new wave of small fashion brands is smashing it out of the park when it comes to proving their planet-friendly and social credentials in the face of growing consumer demand. Online searches for sust... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 03 Sep 2020

Ruinart’s Second Skin gift case is shaking up the limits of sustainable packaging

The world’s oldest champagne house, Maison Ruinart, has long been pushing the boundaries of sustainable production while perfecting the authentic art de vivre of its champagne. Now, the bra... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 17 Jul 2020

Why electric car accessories and charging points must embrace the same ethos of design and efficiency as futuristic EVs

Once considered something of an eco-warrior’s gimmick, electric vehicles have seen a tipping point in the last decade as even the biggest automotive brands embrace new electric technologies to a... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 07 Jul 2020

Swiss performance running brand On teams up with Roger Federer to release ultra-limited edition vegan tennis shoe through online raffle

Released on the 17th Anniversary of his first Wimbledon win, Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer has collaborated with cult running brand, On, to create The ROGER Centre Court 0-Series, the company... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 29 Jun 2020

Reshuffling the Deck: Daisy Knatchbull tells us why tailoring is not just for boys

When she became the first woman to enter the hallowed Royal Enclosure at Royal Ascot wearing top hat and tails in 2017, Daisy Knatchbull not only stood tradition on its head, she almost sing... Read More

By Harry Malmstrom | 29 Jun 2020

Illy Group president Riccardo Illy tells us why luxury items like premium chocolate could be the next great disruptor

When it comes to pure indulgence, we know that life should be sweet. In fact, our consumption in the UK of £3.5bn-worth of chocolate each year has led Riccardo Illy, president of the Illy G... Read More

By Chantal Borciani | 17 Jun 2020

Take a look at the green machines changing the face of yachting

Historically, sustainability and superyachts haven’t exactly gone hand-in-hand. But times are changing. With the planet facing huge environmental challenges, the spotlight is now on not just how... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 22 May 2020

Samantha Cameron tells Tempus about the lifelong passion for business that led to the launch of her fashion label, Cefinn

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  You can get a fairly good idea of who the Cefinn woman is by looking at the “Cefinn Siren” profiles on the fashion br... Read More

By Harry Malmstrom | 17 Apr 2020

Tempus tests this gourmet delivery brand to find out if we can truly achieve fine dining at home

Although the impact of COVID-19 has seen the nation under lockdown to protect those most vulnerable, many of us are still craving those once-taken for granted fine dining experiences. But with our usu... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 09 Apr 2020

How beautiful Belize is enticing affluent investors – and eco-travellers – out of their comfort zones

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  Strolling alone through dense forest, with only the sounds of the local wildlife to punctuate the still air, it’s all too e... Read More

By Lauren Jade Hill | 25 Mar 2020

Castles made of sand: the desert design trend you'll want to explore in the winter

CASTLES MADE OF SAND  Innovative architecture in inhospitable landscapes has become one of the most aspirational trends of the moment. We explore the dramatic debuts reflecting otherworldly ... Read More

By Tempus | 11 Mar 2020

The surprising stories behind some of Champagne's best known houses

POP THE CORK As the Champagne region redefines its approach to tourism, Tempus explores the most surprising – and romantic – stories of some of the area's most historic champagne ... Read More

By Daniel Pembrey | 27 Feb 2020

Explore the ever-growing appeal of Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s master of modern architecture

Initially, Liliane Kaufmann had reservations about Fallingwater, the unique home that architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed for her and business mogul husband Edgar in 1935. The couple owned Kaufmann&... Read More

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 Georgia Peck | 10 Feb 2020

How the sustainability trend is inspiring HNWs to breathe new life into heirloom furniture

In today's technological age, when we're no longer surprised by driverless cars and our speakers are speaking back to us, it's easy to feel like we can't survive without the latest pie... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 17 Jan 2020

Julius Baer launches Global Wealth and Lifestyle Report, finds HNW focus on 'conscious consumption'

Julius Baer International revealed the findings of its inaugural Global Wealth and Lifestyle Report at a presentation at sustainable members club, The Conduit on Tuesday. The private banking firm surv... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 05 Dec 2019

Find out how Carousel is becoming Marylebone's most artistic fine dining destination

Over the course of the last five years, London’s fine dining scene has had something of a shake up. Food halls, pop-ups, chef residencies, and zero waste menus have swept across the capital, and... Read More