Some stars have a certain inimitable style and Tiffany & Co. knows this well. Named the Legendary Style campaign, the powerful women don iconic designs that have helped cement the jeweler’s status in the world of luxury. The collaborative effort between Tiffany & Co. and its creative partner Grace Coddington, who joined the brand in April this… Read More »
With the Horological Machine 8 Can-Am, Swiss watchmaker MB&F continues its tradition of delighting watch collectors with thoroughly idiosyncratic creations. Now, those in the know will be thinking, shouldn’t it be the HM7 and actually that is right. MB&F is vaulting over the HM7 but we’ll let Max Busser (the MB in MB&F) explain it.
The 1970s were a time of upheaval, especially for the traditional Swiss watch industry, resulting in some modern classics such as the Patek Philippe Nautilus. We are looking today at two new limited edition models that remind us once more of the genius of the late Gerald Genta (he designed the original 1976 Nautilus, reportedly… Read More »
Street art is by its nature transient, with city authorities in a race to paint over work that seemingly pops up spontaneously – these four artists and three cities defy this stereotype. We haven’t included Paris on this list but it is actually the first to open a dedicated permanent space for the voice of the… Read More »
Within its Superyacht Division out of Hong Kong, Simpson Marine have sold their first Sanlorenzo 46Steel since becoming a dealer for Sanlorenzo Spa. Delivered to Hong Kong earlier this year, the superyacht will be based there for her owner’s to use for adventures around the region. Simpson Marine have gone on to sell a 460EXP… Read More »
Located approximately 40 kilometers from Paris in Yvelines and on a hillside by the Seine, the listed Villa Poiret was started by architect Robert-Mallet-Stevens in the 1920’s before architect Paul Boyer took over on the unfinished building in 1934. The villa is one of the three villas of this size built in France by Mallet-Stevens and is… Read More »