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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

By Rory FH Smith | 28 Sep 2020

To restore, or restomod: that is the question. We explore the restomoding phenomenon with Thornley Kelham

  Classic car ownership has always required patience, persistence and a penchant for getting your hands dirty, but it doesn’t always have to be that way. ‘Restomod’ classic... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 28 Sep 2020

We travel to South Africa’s Brookdale Estate to discover one of the most exclusive and abundant wine estates in the world

  The harvest is in full swing at Brookdale Estate private vineyard at the foothills of the Klein Drakenstein Mountains in South Africa’s lush Paarl Valley. There’s a sense ... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 01 Sep 2020

Ferrari's Jane Reeve tells us why women should be more than passengers in the automotive industry

As Ferrari becomes the first car manufacturer – and first firm in Italy – to receive the Equal-Salary Certificate, chief communications officer Jane Reeve explains why women shou... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 17 Aug 2020

Michelin starred chef Fabio Ciervo shares his tips for cooking Italian dishes like a pro

When it comes to food, the Italians have it good. A YouGov study revealed last year that Italian food is officially the most popular cuisine in the world – with pizza and pasta taking the top sp... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 29 Jun 2020

Breitling CEO Georges Kern sheds fresh light on the future of watch fairs, timepiece trends and the new meaning of luxury

Georges Kern is a driving force in the world of watchmaking. CEO of Breitling, he has overseen a dramatic modernisation of the brand’s approach to the market, transforming the image of a refined... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 12 Jun 2020

The art of isolation: we speak to the artists and galleries finding ways to bring great works into our homes

Pablo Picasso once said the role of art is to “wash away from the soul the dust of everyday life”. The Spanish painter, sculptor and changemaker was born in Malaga in 1881, raise... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 30 May 2020

Your new favourite travel companion: the Bennett Winch watch roll

What do you get the watch lover who has everything? When birthdays, Father’s Day or holidays roll around each year, this is the question we find ourselves asking for the refined gentlemen in our... Read More

By Tempus | 06 May 2020

Join Ruby Wax in a guided meditation with Penguin Live and Embassy Gardens

To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, which starts on 18 May, comedian and mental health campaigner Ruby Wax is hosting a free guided meditation session in partnership with Penguin... Read More

By Rory FH Smith | 19 Feb 2020

Ian Warhurst shares how the Bloodhound LSR’s quest to break the land speed record could inspire a new generation of engineers

Many people have unhealthy obsessions. While some are partial to their favourite tipple, others prefer to smoke, spend or do all of the above. But for Yorkshire-based businessman Ian Warhurst, his obs... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 14 Feb 2020

Amanda Nevill reflects on her 17 years as CEO of the BFI and tells Tempus why cinema is Britain's greatest export

Cinema is changing. That’s the message from the British Film Institute, the charitable body whose mission is to champion and develop a sizeable domestic industry. 20-years ago, British film pale... Read More