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The Nautilus Maldives is transforming the ultra-luxury experience through its offer of ‘absolute freedom’. The 26-house private island owned by a Maldivian hotelier and founding father of tourism in the region, will offer guests a sanctuary free from space and time, promising to indulge every desire. Conceived as the ultimate retirement vision, the tiny private island – only 250 metres in diameter – is designed to resemble an exclusive private home with each house and residence...

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Last night The Peninsula Hotels, Official Hotel Partner of Art Basel Hong Kong, hosted a gala event to celebrate the launch of Art in Resonance, a multi-year global contemporary art programme, attended by guests Pom Klementieff and Bianca Brandolini. In a continuation of the group’s ethos of innovation, The Peninsula Hotels has worked alongside curators Isolde Brielmaier and Bettina Prentice to commission work from artists who are poetically pushing the boundaries of their mediums and engaging...

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Though hit by high exhibiting prices and some big-name absences, annual watch and jewellery show Baselworld, run this year from March 21st-26th, still commands the attention of the luxury goods market. After a drop from around 2,000 exhibitors to around 600 in recent years, the future of the Swiss show seemed in doubt, and the absence this year of Swatch and all its sub-brands hasn’t done it any favours. However, so long as leading watch brands...

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On April 2nd 2019, Sotheby’s is launching a Modern and Contemporary African Art auction to exhibit masterpieces by renowned Sudanese artists. The line up will include artwork from Ibrahim El Salahi and Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq, who helped found the Khartoum School in Sudan, alongside artwork from Salah Elmur and Hussein Shariffe. Formed in 1960, The Khartoum School was a modernist art movement formed to simulate the changing face of the newly independent Sudan, from Anglo-Egyptian...

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The Phillips Photographic auction, occurring on the 4th of April at 450 Park Avenue, New York, will be exhibiting and selling a multitude of prints from different genres across the 20th Century. A viewing of the auction will be held from the 27th of March to the 3rd of April. The auction will be led by a rare, exhibition-sized printing of the 1981, Sie Kommen, Paris (Dressed Naked) by Helmut Newton and a distinctive large-scale...

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Internationally renowned artist, Faiza Butt and award-winning writer and art historian, Dr. Sona Datta have spoken out about artistic inequality at a recent event hosted by the Stellar International Art Foundation. Held at the Church House in Westminster on the 5th of March, the event was curated to discuss the major issues affecting artists globally, with a particular focus on the enabling the discussion about gender and cultural prejudice in the art world today. In...

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As opposition to the wasteful ‘fast fashion’ market grows, luxury brands such as Stella McCartney and Vaute Couture, as well as High Street chains like Boohoo, ASOS, HeartCure, Vandy World and WillowKnd are embracing recyclable, stylish and comfortable vegan alternatives. Following London Fashion Week’s ban on fur on the catwalk, activists such as animal rights campaigners Leanne Mai-ly Hugert and Melie Bianco, who sell vegan handbags, and fashion brands such as Pinatex and VEERAH which...

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