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By Suzanne Baum | 14 Apr 2021

Review: Garden Globes at The Dorchester

The night after the Baftas took place, I found myself experiencing my own golden globe in the forecourt of The Dorchester Hotel. There may have only been two guests in attendance (me and my husba... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 12 Apr 2021

The future is now: Meet the 2021 Walpole Brands of Tomorrow

While there’s much to be said for the wellness benefits of the intangible riches we’ve been learning to love during the last year – from self-care to the curative powers of... Read More

By Joanne Fiddy | 05 Apr 2021

How to build resilience when faced with post-lockdown anxiety

Jo Fiddy is a Life Coach and EFT Practitioner, working with the mind and body, to with anxiety and burnout. For more information, consultancy and free guided meditations visit jofiddy.com The UK is fi... Read More

By Tempus | 12 Mar 2021

TAG Heuer introduces wellness app for its newest luxury smartwatch

Swiss luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer has extended the span of its digital reach with a new health and wellness app to go with its stunning smartwatch range. The app, designed as a companio... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 01 Mar 2021

Eager to embrace the maximalism trend without risking kitsch? The key is in the fabric

Our home has long been the place we turn to for comfort – it is where the heart is, after all – and it is fair to say that it has never played a more vital role than it has in the pas... Read More

By Ben McCarthy | 20 Feb 2021

Column: The National trust's Ben McCarthy tells us about his plans for the UK’s green spaces – and why it’s time to give the natural world its true value

Ben McCarthy is the head of nature conservation and restoration ecology at the National Trust. Here, he tells Tempus about his work restoring the UK's natural resilience and expanding our gre... Read More

By Rachel Roberts | 19 Feb 2021

Warning: a stay here may seriously benefit your wellbeing

Who hasn’t dreamt about running giddily through the marshmallow-soft carpeted corridors of a luxury hotel wearing just their underwear? In my defence, there are some grounds for this particular ... Read More

14 Feb 2021

What makes the Cheltenham Festival such an exclusive meeting?

The Cheltenham Festival is an annual National Hunt meeting in horse racing which is seen as the most important week of the year in the sport. 28 races take place across four days, all of which have a ... Read More

By Tempus | 12 Feb 2021

Art market performance 2020

Despite the challenges and hardships of the past year, 2020 has arguably been one of the most dynamic and transformational years for the art market. Social distancing requirements have driven gallerie... Read More

By Tempus | 09 Feb 2021

Compare energy plans to find the best fit for your home

Whether you live in a city centre apartment, a country pile or an urban oasis, you’ll need gas and electricity to power your home. The larger your property is, the more gas and electricity you&r... Read More

By Tempus | 23 Jan 2021

Panerai launches limited-edition Luminor model inspired by free dive champion Guillaume Néry

Luxury Italian watchmaker Panerai has unveiled a new model of its iconic Luminor model, inspired by the exploits of - and serving as a tribute to - Guillaume Néry, the record-bre... Read More

By Peter Malmstrom | 11 Jan 2021

The Machine in the Ghost: taking a first look at the brand-new Rolls-Royce Ghost

My reintroduction to the modern Rolls-Royce began with expeditions in the masterful Cullinan SUV and beautiful Dawn convertible grand tourer. Through driving these cars, with their distinct personalit... Read More

By David Bodanis | 06 Jan 2021

Writer David Bodanis explains the benefits of fairness in a world gone mean

I have always been struck by how some people can rise to the top by being horrible human beings while, at the same time, it remains entirely true that nice guys finish last. The problem with nice guys... Read More

By Sam Bradley | 03 Jan 2021

Cruising through Darwin’s laboratory: a trip to the wonder of the Galapagos Islands

"Stay at least two metres away from the wildlife," we're told. Following this general rule is much easier said than done in the Galapagos Islands. Iguanas lazing in the sun are at consta... Read More

By Tempus | 29 Dec 2020

Revitalise your walk-in wardrobe

Our wardrobe is our inner sanctum where we can organise every little detail, from our workwear to our new attire. Every pair of shoes has its own home and there’s a place for each handbag. ... Read More

By Chantelle Billson | 02 Dec 2020

Fiole, the world's first virtual perfumery, is determined to introduce scent-sational fragrances to the UK

A year unlike any other, 2020 has seen companies change tack almost overnight as they adapt to the unprecedented impact of Covid-19. Tasks that used to be easily achievable are no longer feasible due ... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 09 Nov 2020

A taste of glamour: Venice International Film Festival

Where better to fall in love than Venice? A city famous for its romance, built on a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea; at once solid and liquid, air and stone, yet constantly permeating the utmost elegance a... 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