The jewelry designer Pippa Small pays homage to the fascinating jewelry legacy of Afghanistan with a collection of large, colorful gemstone pieces ($150 to $5,000), using stones sourced from throughout the country in designs that reflect its unique culture.
Thanks to Atelier Courbet (www.ateliercourbet.com), a gallery and shop in New York City that opened late last year, fine- art and design enthusiasts have direct access to more than 20 of the workshops and artisans behind luxury brands such as Puiforcat and Saint-Louis.
In celebration of its 200th anniversary, James Purdey and Sons, the London-based company known for its bespoke guns and hunting apparel, has introduced a series of limited-edition pieces ranging from silver and guns to leather and china.
The InterContinental London Park Lane hotel has partnered with the historic London Luxury Quarter for Made in Mayfair, an all-new package that pairs a stay in the hotel’s Luxury Suite with a special look into the retailers of central London’s iconic Mayfair district.
Several years ago, Roy Gandy, founder of Rega Research—a U.K. manufacturer of hi-fi audio equipment best known for its turntables and tonearms—invited a group of industry journalists to his home to see his product-development sanctuary.
Moët & Chandon has teamed up with the Michelin three-star chef Yannick Alléno, formerly of Le Meurice in Paris, to open Le &—a pop-up restaurant set within the L’Orangerie reception space in Moët & Chandon’s historic estate, which dates back to the early 1800s.