Art

By Tempus | 21 May 2022

How to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee

Since her coronation in June 1953, just over a year after she became Queen, Elizabeth II has been a record-busting monarch in every sense of the word. Not only has the Queen served for a mileston... Read More

By Teresa Levonian Cole | 16 May 2022

Time well spent: how to make your own watch

With my chin the mandatory fist-height above the work bench, forearms resting on the table, glasses and magnifiers perched on my nose, and bright light focused on the object of my attention, I still s... Read More

By Tempus | 13 May 2022

New portrait of the Queen unveiled ahead of Platinum Jubilee

With Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II approaching 70 years on the throne, commemorations and celebrations have been scheduled up and down the country, from street parties to special TV programming. But ... Read More

By Lauren Jade Hill | 12 May 2022

Wilder lands: the rewilding initiatives restoring the UK

Whether it’s verdant pockets of our cities or the undulating hillside and valleys of our most isolated rural regions, the global health crisis of the last two years has brought about a significa... Read More

By Drive, Cars, Travel | 11 May 2022

Living with the Range Rover Velar Hybrid pt. I: North Yorkshire Moors

The car - Range Rover Velar P400e Named after the clandestine codename for the original prototype Range Rover in the late 1960s, the Range Rover Velar – meaning to hide in Latin – found it... Read More

By Tempus | 06 May 2022

Summer skiing and the destinations that make it possible

While the warm spring months are instilling joy in our hearts, they’re also reminding us that the ski season is almost over. The resorts are getting quieter, with more people swapping their ski ... Read More

By Tempus | 05 May 2022

Ana María Arévalo Gosen's Días Eternos exhibition highlights plight of women in Latin American prison systems

Leica Gallery London has announced the first UK exhibition of works by famed Venezuelan photographer Ana María Arévalo Gosen, highlighting the plight of women in Latin America&... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 28 Apr 2022

Sporting greats: the activity centred luxury European resorts

This year, many globetrotters want to combine their vacation plans with a chance to get out into nature after the best part of two years confined to the UK, taking part in activities and sports in the... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Apr 2022

Gordon Ramsay’s new Restaurant 1890 at The Savoy is a masterful homage to a fine dining legend

The year is 1890, and the recently-opened Savoy Hotel is lauded as the first purpose-built deluxe hotel in the UK. Situated along London’s The Strand, it is a magnet for the rich and royal, esta... Read More

By Rikesh Chauhan | 16 Apr 2022

Rikesh Chauhan: the finishing touch

The devil has always been, and always will be, in the detail. Whether it’s the dimple in a tie knot, the fold of a pocket square, the cuffs on a pair of trousers or the shine of an Oxford c... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Apr 2022

High performance art: a chat with competitive skier and award-winning designer Andreas Pichler

For many designers, the adage ‘form follows function’ is the beating heart of innovation. But just because a design needs to meet its objective doesn’t mean it can’t also ... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 13 Apr 2022

Get smart: the coolest gadgets and accessories to elevate your city living

When it comes to gadgets, 2022 is set to be a pioneering year, with new and exciting products due for launch over the coming months poised to take the world by storm. With the market looking more and ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 12 Apr 2022

Torabhaig distillery: Skye’s not the limit

In summer one of Scotland’s most touristic corners, the Isle of Skye’s warm, welcoming embrace becomes a cold handshake in the depths of December. Its dramatic, granite-grey peaks rise fro... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 08 Apr 2022

Pacific playground: is Hainan the next big thing in luxury tourism?

When it comes to planning your next desert island getaway it could be all too easy to opt, yet again, for The Maldives, Bora Bora or The Seychelles. Why not take a (gold) leaf out of Chinese billionai... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 04 Apr 2022

Scents & sensibility: a look at the world's most sought-after fragrances

Fragrance has long been known to leave a lasting impression and, thanks in large part to Gen Z influencing an overhaul of the beauty industry with their sophisticated appreciation of quality, as with ... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Apr 2022

The world's best road trips for 2022

The beauty of a road trip is the journey, not only the destination - allowing you to make your own adventure along the way. Meandering through the countryside is a great way to relax and to ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 01 Apr 2022

A prophet for our times: Margaret Atwood triumphs at the Royal Festival Hall

Taking to the stage in an exclusive event at the Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall on 24 March, Margaret Atwood, the prolific award-winning author of The Handmaid’s Tale ... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 30 Mar 2022

REVIEW: The Shelbourne, Dublin

"The truth is that I am in love with Dublin. I think it is the most beautiful town that I have ever seen, mountains at the back and the sea in front, and long roads winding through decaying subur... Read More