With its winding cobblestoned streets lined with art galleries and charming sidewalk cafés, Milan’s Brera district draws many a comparison to the fashionable neighborhoods of Paris.
Unlike most jewelry inspired by flowers and other flora, the Nature’s Jewels collection by Hemmerle (www.hemmerle.com) appears to have been fo
The New York banker James O’Donnell cast the die for a Hollywood cult classic when he resurrected the Stutz marque in 1968 and commissioned Virgil Exner to design the Blackhawk coupe.
Known for its decadent chocolates and fine timepieces, Geneva recently added to its arsenal of
As the founder and owner of Tropicsurf, Ross Phillips travels the planet in search of the surfing world’s most elusive species: a good break with no crowds.
The Andaman Sea fizzes and swirls, bubbling up around me like a fresh flute of Champagne.
As Art Basel approached its fourth decade, it had become the world’s premier show for modern and contemporary works.
As a co-CEO of HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates—the design firm behind the Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, the Mandarin Oriental New York, and dozens of other elite hotels worldwide—René Gross Kaersko
The 40-minute flight from Male International Airport to Cheval Blanc Randheli passes over a spectacular patchwork of fringing reefs, white sands, and infinite shades of blue in the Indian Ocean.
From its hillside setting above the Indian Ocean, the new Rimba Jimbaran Bali affords front-row views of the Indonesian island’s blood-red sunsets.
The 19th-century structure that houses the new Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg was originally an apartment complex for Russian nobility.
The Rosewood Abu Dhabi sits in the heart of the emirate’s budding financial district, on the man-made island of Al Maryah.
Throughout the Hotel d’Angleterre’s 259-year history, Copenhagen’s White Lady has served as a restaurant for the Danish elite, a private club for the English gentry, and a safe haven for Russian r
James Fawcett Bailes, the grandfather of Singita owner Luke Bailes, established the Castleton estate in 1971 in a remote pocket of South Africa’s Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve.
Ian Schrager’s hotels seem a reflection of the Studio 54 cofounder’s exuberant lifestyle, with an emphasis on high-profile restaurants and lively lobbies that draw a decidedly hip clientele.
Rising 60 glass-enclosed stories above Shanghai’s Nanjing Road, the new Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai, sits in a sea of soaring skyscrapers and supersized shopping malls.
A short walk from the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, just past the boutiques of Via Condotti, the new J.K. Place Roma sits in the beating heart of the Eternal City.
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