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  1. After more than 50 years in business, the Parisian tailoring house Camps de Luca ( campsdeluca.com ) still keeps a discreet profile. Each patron is measured by either owner Marc de Luca, whose father...
  2. During the Universal Exhibition of 1900—a Paris-based fair that showcased the day’s leading innovations and attracted over 48 million visitors from around the globe—George Vuitton was tasked with...
  3. Alain Ducasse whets Sin City’s appetites with a Mediterranean splash at Rivea ( alain-ducasse.com ), his new restaurant on the 64th floor of the Delano Las Vegas. The restaurant features a...
  4. The British designer Tom Dixon has reimagined every element of coffee service with Brew ( tomdixon.net ), an elegant new set made with satiny vacuum-plated copper. The cafetière , a French-press pot...
  5. For the Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Made in Japan capsule collection, the Italian fashion house partnered with Japanese craftsmen to create a series of casual tailored apparel. Made entirely in the...
  6. The Gift: ❄ An Isaia wardrobe, including two suits, a sport coat and trousers, a formal ensemble, a topcoat, shirts and neckties to accompany each look, beach attire, and shoes. ❄ A private wardrobe...
  7. The Gift: ❄ A one-of-a-kind strand of rare golden South Sea pearls produced by Jewelmer Joaillerie. ❄ One night at the Peninsula Manila for the recipient and a guest. ❄ Transportation by seaplane...
  8. It is believed that during his reign as the king of Italy from 1861 until his death in 1878, Victor Emmanuel II kept love letters from his longtime mistress, Rosa Vercellana, in a safe that he had...
  9. The Danish company Georg Jensen has long embraced collaboration. Some of the century-old silversmithing house’s most notable pieces of flatware and hollowware are the work of designers such as Harald...
  10. Purists believe that caviar is best sampled on the hand—a technique that invites informality and thus leaves guests without the thrill of ceremony. This point was not lost on Ruediger Benedikt, a...

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