Milan, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Paris, Manhattan. Fashion is alive and it adapts to season changes and improves.
If wishes came true, I’d be travelling in a carriage through the valleys of Moravia, on the eastern side of what is now known as the Czech Republic, in the woods that crown the western Bohemian hills, and would visit friends at Silesia, up north. The Czech Republic conjures regions with sophisticated names, romantic villages, fascinating castles and imposing churches whose bell-towers watch over the horizons that have been the stage of legendary battles between knights.
Once upon a time, while trying to hunt a deer in the western Bohemian woods, King Charles IV discovered these thermal water springs that made him immediately forget his prime purpose. Without much detail let’s say this royal finding led to the foundation of Karlovy Vary (1349), also known as Karlsbad -both in Czech and German the names mean the same: Charles’ Spa.
On the banks of the Moldava River, the Four Seasons Prague, flirts with its centuries of history and architecture, with luxury and all comforts of modern life. Located in the center of the vibrant Old City, the Four Seasons is located a short distance from Charles Bridge and the astronomic clock.
The new Sunseeker 40 Metre Yachts was designed for those who enjoy independence and liberty while sailing. Featuring insuperable levels of luxury and comfort, this impressive and novel concept from the Sunseeker brand was conceived, designed and built for those who wish to know and enjoy this world as seen from the ocean.
For 26 years, Overmarine keeps on breaking down barriers, pushing the limits of the delicate balance between size and speed. The Mangusta line keeps on going and growing with new models: the triple- deck Mangusta 148 Oceano, the Mangusta 110 and the Mangusta 205 -a 62 meters marvel that keeps the timeless line of the Maxi Opens Mangusta while reaching a speed of 30 knots.
What makes Heesen yachtes so special? Must be the relation the Netherlands have with the ocean, a provider who agreed its inhabitants to control its power and design its contour with incredible inspiration and technology. Style is not that important in Holland as the use of the most advanced engineering, the search for a solution delivering the maximum performance in an always luxurious environment.
If penguins are birds, how is it they cannot fly? Easy: Because what used to be wings, those tips they now use more as fins, adapted to the underwater world. And they work wonderful! The funny balance they show in their slow way of walking strongly contrasts with their amazing swimming ability.
We live an era of great technological progress which continuously modifies our developing environment. This is reflected in the asphalt with the arrival of even more powerful and fast machines that amaze anyone.
Louis Moinet has created another pioneering timepiece with this two-pusher automatic chronograph with second time zone featuring genuine fossilised palm wood.
Montblanc has no competition when stamping its products with a distinctive and timeless iconography. The appeal in the TimeWalker collection grows from its unique style inspired by modern open architecture which eliminates anything superfluous.
“Agua” is rated among the best restaurants in Mexico. Located in the One & Only Palmilla Hotel in Los Cabos, it is rated among the best restaurants in Mexico.
Within the Shangri-la Hotel in Paris, L’Abeille (The Bee) is the new High Fashion restaurant in the French Capital City. Every Parisian who is proud to be one and every deserving tourist to the City of Lights, must discover or rediscover what this delicious precinct is all about.
The Last Drop is a company founded by three old hands in the liquor business who decided to bottle, one by one, a collection of fabulous old casks from remote cellars scattered all over Scotland.
The Czech Republic (established on January 1st, 1993, after Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the independent Czech Republic and Slovakia), is located in central Europe. It is a country rich in history and tradition that surprises one by way of its works of art and architecture drawn from previous eras.