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Property TalksArts & Collections speaks to Mark Lowham, CEO and managing partner of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, about the luxury property industry and its investment potential.
Refurbishing an apartment in a Grade II listed buildingLearn about the refurbishment of a Grade II listed London apartment.
A Fashionable StayFashion and interior design have always gone hand in hand. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that some of the world’s most illustrious fashion designers have traded the runway for the hotel industry. We explore the crème de la crème of fashion designer
Yachting is the ultimate type of holidayWhen it comes to luxury getaways, arranging a mega yacht for your own private use is the absolute top experience. Read more, here.
Boat Sharing - a New Trend Among Boat OwnersBoat sharing is a new trend within the yachting industry, with many opting to make a luxury pastime affordable. Discover more about its dramatic rise, here.
This is Me: Creating the Look of The Greatest ShowmanArts & Collections speaks to costume designer Ellen Mirojnick about her work on The Greatest Showman, one of the year’s best-performing blockbusters
Terry Pratchett’s Unfinished Works Are DestroyedTerry Pratchett’s hard drive containing his unfinished works has been crushed by a steamroller.
Happenings: The Unmissable Events of 2017Bringing you a mix of the high-minded, eccentric, regal, random and unmissable events as we look ahead through 2017
Museum of London Docklands to Explore Death and BurialFrom 25 May, a new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands will reflect on ancient Roman Londoners and their relationship with death.
Hubert de Givenchy: A Fashion LegacyHubert de Givenchy, founder of the iconic fashion brand best known for dressing some of Hollywood’s most famous women, is widely credited with putting Paris on the fashion map in the 50s.
2018 Mayfair Art Weekend Announces Dates & GalleriesMayfair Art Weekend, an initiative which celebrates the Mayfair and St James districts’ history, culture and art, has recently announced it will return in 2018 from 29 June to 1 July.
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