Women

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 Rachel Ingram | 16 Aug 2019

Moritz Grossmann is reinventing the art of German watchmaking

The birthplace of German watchmaking is not in a major city, as you might expect, but instead a small town an hour’s drive outside Dresden, nestled in the countryside not far from the Czech bord... Read More

By Rose Adams | 04 Jul 2019

How Palm Beach is boosting Florida’s luxury tourism market

If you’re planning a trip to Florida for your next escape – and with it's tropical climate and abundance of beautiful beaches why wouldn't you? – forget popula... Read More

By Tempus | 20 Jun 2019

Ralph Lauren receives honorary knighthood at Buckingham Palace

American fashion designer and entrepreneur Ralph Lauren has been awarded an Honorary Knighthood (KBE) at Buckingham Palace for his Services to Fashion. The designer received his KBE at a private ... Read More

By Tempus | 28 May 2019

Veuve Clicquot president Jean-Marc Gallot on the importance of female role models in business

On 23 May, the world’s longest-running business women awards returned to the UK, recognising three exceptional business women whose entrepreneurial spirit is well worth a toast. Hosted at London... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 20 May 2019

Explorer Ben Fogle on taking his Celebrity Cruises adventure series to the cutting Edge

As one of Britain's best-known explorers, and a self-described journeyman with 30 years of world travel experience, Ben Fogle is the man to go to when it comes to finding the experiential travel o... Read More

By Sophie Ball | 20 May 2019

Tempus takes a look inside the former Morocco home of the legendary Yves Saint Laurent

"Marrakech taught me colour,” Yves Saint Laurent once said. The late, great couturier would go on to purchase a private residence in the medina and eventually have his ashes scattered there... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 30 Apr 2019

How Many Hopes Charity is empowering girls to end poverty in Africa

When journalist Anthony Mulongo first began working with street children in his native Kenya, he was struck not just by the extreme poverty experienced by the country's 2.6 million homeless childr... Read More

By Tempus | 15 Apr 2019

Skin deep: beauty industry icon Sue Y Nabi reveals the changing science of skincare

Beauty industry icon and Orveda founder Sue Y Nabi writes for Tempus about the changing science of skincare The best skincare products of the future are all about two things – prebiotics and glo... Read More

By Mark C O'Flaherty | 07 Apr 2019

Mayfair hatters Lock & Co gives Tempus an insight into the oldest hat shop in the world

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 Tempus | 03 Apr 2019

University challenge: why the Boat Race is still drawing the crowds

Sunday 7 April will see teams from Oxford and Cambridge Universities once again go head to head in a dramatic and deeply competitive four-mile race along the river Thames. Love or loathe it, the Boat ... Read More

By Mark C O'Flaherty | 02 Apr 2019

Made to measure: how family-run footwear boutique John Lobb has stood the test of time

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 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 Tempus | 25 Mar 2019

Valmont's new Purity Collection introduces skincare rituals created around your lifestyle

When Swiss skincare brand Valmont launched its new Purity Collection earlier this year, it announced its pledge to create cleansing options to fit the lifestyles and beauty routines for any of its loy... Read More

By Tempus | 14 Mar 2019

Sahar Millinery founder brings a wild side to creative hat design as she prepares for Ascot

Sahar Millinery founder Sahar Freemantle is well known for her unique hat designs, pushing the boundaries of shapes, materials and themes to tell an imaginative story with each headpiece. Wearing her ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 11 Mar 2019

Great Hotels of the World shares why these independent destinations are mixing big business with luxury leisure

Trends in luxury travel often focus on the destinations or activities that are growing more popular, but experts have also seen changing trends in the people enjoying these choices. Great Hotels of th... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 21 Feb 2019

Back in vogue: this year's most surprising luxury travel destinations

When it comes to this year’s top luxury travel destinations, don’t expect to see the usual suspects on any expert’s list. While exclusivity has been the most steadfast trend of recen... Read More

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