Bid farewell to the leaves of autumn as they make their ultimate appearance on the runways for the Fall-Winter season, where Fulvio Rigoni debuts his second collection for Salvatore Ferragamo and continues to establish his identity as the new creative director for the fashion giant.
From October 17 to 19, the eleventh edition of El Salón Internacional Alta Relojería México 2017 (SIAR) took place in The St. Regis Mexico City. More than 30 brands –including Girard-Perregaux, Greubel Forsey, Baume & Mercier, Bulgari, Chanel, Chopard, Jacob & Co, Louis Moinet, Romain Jerome, Urban Jurgensen, Urwerk, Zenith and more– were present with their unique pieces that took the breath away from every spectator in the room.
Cannes & Monaco, like other places on the French Riviera—located between the Southern Alps and the Mediterranean coastline—offer an extraordinary universe of historical, tourist and cultural attractions.
For events of such large international scale, like yachting festivals everywhere in the world, there are always high expectations and emotions involved—more so with the exhibition that begins the presentation of the new models from all over the industry: the Cannes Yachting Festival. This is why this festival is the main reference of the direction and momentum that pleasure yachting will gain at an international level.
This is the giant of Monaco—home to the largest wine cellar in the world, the stage in which Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan’s James Bond uttered some of his most memorable lines. Here you can experience the true Monte Carlo, where everything is luxury and glamour.
Known as the “discreet sister” of the Hôtel de Paris, it is a go-to for celebrities and cognoscenti who wish their stay be kept well under the radar.
“La Vigie” is not merely famous—it is legendary. The most prestigious village in Côte d’Azur, it is the pride of the Grimaldi family and the throne of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld for more than ten years. No other property in Monaco shares the views this villa has towards the ocean and the bay; towards the Monte Carlo Beach Club.
Only a short distance from the bustle of the Riviera, an agreeable, cozy, and colorful résidence shares its architecture with the surrounding flora and fauna. These are only a few of the charms at the Château de Camiole, a place that succeeds in capturing the essence of the French Provencal style.
Food, art, and countryside lovers will not be able to find a finer destination than La Bastide Saint-Antoine, a 16-room country maison, located 19km from Cannes, where guests will quickly feel at home.
On the renowned Promenade de la Croisette we find the Grand Hyatt Hotel Martinez, an Art Deco icon built in 1929 and a place that defines glamour during the Cannes Film Festival. The Rest of the year it welcomes upper-crust tourists looking for an ultra-sophisticated ambience.
The renowned Chef-restauranteur Joël Robuchon had a vision: he would open one of the most exclusive restaurants in Monaco at the Metropole hotel. And in 2004, it came to be.
Alain Ducasse was not satisfied. The three-Michelin star winner still felt that something was missing in the Le Louis XV—jewel of haute cuisine that first opened its doors in the 19th century—of which he was now responsible.
Old Monaco has been charmed by the Maya Bay restaurant. This new proposal by Chef Christophe Dupuy has made waves in the principality, not only because of its dishes, but also because of the revolutionary interior design by Sylvestre Murigneux.
The most recognized cuisine establishment in Cannes, the only one which has maintained its two Michelin stars since 1991, and the seat of the best dishes in the city.
Inside an 18th century building, only ten minutes from Promenade de la Croisette in Cannes, we find this icon of French cuisine, considered the finest in the region.
p>Only 7 km north of Cannes, in the hilltops of Côte d’Azur, one of the most innovating cuisines in the South of France is emerging. Paloma Restaurant is a baroque establishment that has earned two Michelin stars thanks to its sophisticated and intricate dishes conceived by Chef Nicolas Decheri.
Benetti is one of the most distinguished and oldest yacht producers in the world. Established in 1873, it has built over 350 boats with the quality, expertise and reliability that characterize this Italian shipyard. Benetti has worked relentlessly to satisfy Owners’ needs with unique, customized designs that ‘sail the seven seas’, specializing in luxury, comfort, performance and safety.
On September 30 and October 1st 2017, the first edition of the San Gaspar Porsche Cup was held at the San Gaspar del Lago Nautical Club, in Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico. More than 90 boats participated in both action-filled dates of this new regatta of the increasingly significant sport of sailing in Mexico.
Navigation has reshaped history, our way of thinking and our connectivity with the outside world. It has fused with luxury in forward-thinking models that wish to progress, be more efficient, faster and more sustainable without compromising leisure.
Elegance with no limits, exclusive architecture and an ode to technology summarize each of the three cars presented in this edition of AMURA.
The goal for the Porsche 959 was to create a car with a performance over 300km/hr but at the same time a car that could be comfortable, easy to drive every day of the year and that its service intervals would be similar to those of a traditional car.
Luxury and quality is the first thing that comes to mind when people ask about Rolls Royce. For the eighth generation of the Phantom, those two qualities haven’t changed.
After waiting for several years, the remarkable English brand Aston Martin presented the DB11 coupé in 2016. Now it’s time that its convertible sister—or as experts call it—the Volante, joins the production line. Everything is set and ready for 2018.
There is a palace that exists to consecrate the sea. It was built on the edge of a cliff above the Mediterranean over a century ago, in the sovereign city-state of Monaco, aiming to promote the vital significance of preserving the treasures in the marine ecosystem.
Primitive men used any floating object to travel small distances in bodies of water close to their settlements. There is a belief that it was the ancient Egyptians who crafted the first man-made vessel, which has been described as a canoe carved from the trunk of a tree.