Many credit Scottish coat makers with inventing the concept of reversible clothing in the early 1900s.
BULGARI (212.315.9000) has turned back the clock and revived the colorful, bold, and graphic designs from the jewelers’ iconic 1970s collections.
René Beyer, the 40-year-old CEO and president of Chronometrie Beyer, cannot pinpoint the year, but it was sometime during the fall of 2000 or 2001 when his late father, Theodor, asked to meet him
When jeweler Samuel Getz laid eyes on a 77-carat rough aquamarine recently, he imagined a large snowflake glistening in the sun.
Adjusting her footing while setting up her tee shot at the 297-yard 15th hole, an English tourist was startled to notice a large red drop of what appeared to be blood on the left shoulder of her w
Wine is perhaps the most ephemeral of all collectibles. A Monet can hang on a living room wall unchanged for decades, while its owner continually basks in its radiance.
“They always choose the best grapes,” remarks Ivano Reali. “Not the sweetest, not the largest, nor the juiciest—but the best grapes for making wine. They have noses for the Sangiovese.
There are no monsoons on the radar as we set out for the wilderness camp of Max Davidson.
It’s All About View
We were somewhere over the North Atlantic, halfway between New York and London, and so far our flight had been uneventful.
While moonlighting as an audio-visual consultant, Lewis Lipnick, the contrabassoonist for the National Symphony Orchestra, had designed sound systems for clients including architect Richard Meier
The style of the Greenwich, Conn., house, which was built in the 1910s, is Italianate, and that is the theme that interior designer Connie Beale ran with.
A bathroom can be a sanctuary, but it can still be dynamic," says Bruce T. Linthicum, design director/residential of Marc-Michaels Interior Design.
On Jupiter Island, light and airy are the bywords, all the better to view the Intracoastal Waterway and South Florida’s palmy vegetation.
Troy Adams of Studio Becker is best known for his fusion kitchen designs that bring together influences from the East and West.
With the introduction of Blue Ocean, we may be witnessing the emergence of a new product category.
Most furniture collections, like runway fashions, are unveiled in the spring and fall. This year, the two genres share more than seasonal schedules.
Earlier this summer, Thailand’s Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn sent an e-mail to the Accompagnement, Conseils link he found at www.antikapar
“When a design is perfect, it does not age,” says Dominique Facon, senior marketing director of Porcher.
Ford and Jaguar continued to misfire on most cylinders last year.
The pressure was on Michael Parchment earlier this summer. More than 500 prospective Bentley Continental GT owners were counting on him and his knowledge of the Bentley marque and its new coupe.
When Luca Di Montezemolo took the reins at Ferrari in 1992, he declared an end to the marque’s tradition of building the world’s fastest hair shirts.
This month’s cover car, the elegantly buxom Bentley Continental GT, may be the British company’s most intriguing product change since it stopped bolting superchargers to the outside of its cars.
Sherlock Holmes used to say, “The little things are infinitely the most important.” It doesn’t take a detective, however, to grasp the significance of distinctive accessories in a man’s wardrobe.
This fall, fashion reflects on its past and discovers that many of the style tenets defined over the last century are still relevant, if not more so, in the modern world.
It is tempting to write off Franck Muller’s latest jewelry collection as wretched excess for a certified watch maniac.
For years, New York investment manager Ed Shugrue III traveled to England on a regular basis to have his suits custom-made on Savile Row and his bespoke shirts fitted on Jermyn Street.
Before the dot-com bubble burst and shattered so many portfolios, it yielded the dividend of the Lodge at CordeValle. Golfers can consider it an even split.
There are two kinds of fly-fishing, a saltwater guide once told me: bonefishing and everything else.
Ever since the first illicit stills began producing whisky in the Grampian Highlands more than 200 years ago, a cachet has been attached to the name Glenlivet.