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Arts & Collections taps into the world’s most exciting luxury developments, whose unique selling points include deluxe wellness services, eco-friendly schemes and groundbreaking architecture. Luxury developments are popping up in sensational locations across the globe, directly targeting high net worth individuals. But these new projects will have to bring something new to the table in order to successfully entice such a particular crowd. Costa Palmas East Cape, Los Cabos, Mexico The esteemed Four Seasons Hotels...

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With input from Bank of America’s Rena DeSisto and the Brooklyn Museum’s Lisa Bruno, Arts & Collections takes a detailed look into the Art Conservation Project and its ongoing efforts to restore six Assyrian reliefs Since 2010, Bank of America has provided grants for not-for-profit museums to facilitate the conservation of significant artwork and historical treasures. Today, the Art Conservation Project has executed approximately 150 such operations, covering artefacts from 30 countries across six of...

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Luxury watch companies must adapt to changes in consumer behaviour or run the risk of becoming irrelevant—Arts & Collections investigates this lucrative industry. The concept of the wristwatch came into fruition during World War I; they were originally worn by soldiers as a convenient and practical way to time-keep. Since then, this horological device has reached a ubiquitous status. It has gradually morphed into a lavish accessory, admired not just for its capabilities in telling...

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Through innovative, clean and intricate craftsmanship, Michelozzo carved himself a legacy—one that has reverberated throughout the streets of Italy ever since. Michelozzo di Bartolomeo (1396-1472) was an Italian architect and sculptor. His vast contribution to the early Renaissance movement solidified him as one of the most prolific architects of all time. His ingenuity helped pave the way for the development of the central palazzo configuration that defines the visage of Italy—even to this day. Michelozzo...

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Each location within the Indian Ocean is enriched with its own unique character and history—discover this stunning area of the globe with Arts & Collections. Of all the world’s oceanic divisions, the Indian Ocean is the third largest. Located between Africa, Australasia and the Southern Ocean, the region embraces a vast mix of landscapes and cultures. Whether you’re in search of calm lagoons, slick restaurants and cool highlands or timeless ruins, astounding wildlife and lambent...

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Spirit connoisseurs have become enamoured with Japanese whisky in recent years. Merging traditional methodologies with native flavours, these varieties have taken on a personality of their own. It was once widely accepted that no whisky could measure up to the Scotch variety—after all, Scotland was the birthplace of the amber spirit. Nowadays, however, skilled Japanese producers are quashing such notions. Traditionally, Japan was known for its sublime sake and shōchū. Now, it is being heralded...

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Screen icon Audrey Hepburn will be brought to life through a colourful new photographic exhibition taking place at London’s Proud Galleries. Proud Galleries’ display has been organised to coincide with the 25th anniversary of her death. It seeks to celebrate the legacy of this illustrious star and reveal a truer sense of the woman beneath the glamour. Hepburn was renowned for her stirring acting roles, stylish sensibilities and humanitarian principles. Having charmed her way through...

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Proud Galleries is presenting a free-to-enter retrospective exhibition displaying the works of esteemed photographer Jane Bown at its central London gallery space. Jane Bown: The Observer, which highlights the best of Bown’s work, is taking place at Proud Central, 32 John Adam Street, and runs until 12 August. The collection on display provides a pastiche of quintessential Britain and its defining figures through black and white and film photography. Working in a largely male-dominated environment, Bown...

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The city of London is abuzz this season with talk of the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Frida Kahlo show. ‘Frida was ahead of her time. Frida Kahlo is the very model of the bohemian artist: unique, rebellious and contradictory, a cult figure that has been appropriated by feminists, artists, fashion designers and popular culture’—Circe Henestrosa, Head of the School of Fashion, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore and exhibition co-curator The exhibition involves a phenomenal...

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Arts & Collections investigates the resurrection of the Jaguar classic D-type model—one that incorporates style, nostalgia and modern flair—while assessing the prosperity of cars within the Luxury Investment Index. A recurring theme that’s circulating within the automotive community this year is that of restoration and resurrection. Some of the most renowned car manufacturers are reviving their iconic models from the past and introducing them back into the market. A trend that brand Jaguar most recent...

Unique in its broad international coverage of both arts and cultural events, Arts & Collections covers fine art from antiquity to modern times, auction records, a special sale preview by Sotheby’s, as well as market trends that inform collectors of the world’s finest items.

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