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Nordic Noir On Your Wrist

Founded in 2002 by Danish Morten Linde and Jorn Werdelin, Linde Werderlin was born with the idea of developing a luxury sports watch that could be combined with a digital instrument to provide information for skiing or diving. They regularly work with professional mountaineers and divers for product-testing and development and in 2007, Linde Werdelin […]

Bellotto: The Königstein Views Reunited

The National Gallery is bringing together five views of the fortress of Königstein for the first time in 250 years. These were painted by Bernardo Bellotto (1722–1780) at the peak of his career when he was a court painter in Dresden. Once overlooked in favour of his uncle and master Canaletto, with whom he trained […]

Disciples of Dóra Maurer

Born in 1937 in Budapest, Dóra Maurer is probably the most iconic Hungarian artist alive. With a career that spans over five decades, Dóra has worked with almost every medium you could think of. As a teacher, she has inspired whole generations who recognise her as the most important influence in their careers. Over her […]


July 6th witnessed the global launch of the very last petrol car to be manufactured by Lotus. The brand, founded by Colin Chapman in 1948 has always been synonymous with automotive performance, lightweight and fine handling. The brand quickly earned a cachet among car fans, which translated into numerous appearances in television series and films, […]

Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition

Aston Martin’s recently established Grand Prix team might only be sixth in the current championship standings, but the first road car to emerge from Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll’s ownership has gone straight into pole position. The new Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition is like a Porsche GT3 with superior tailoring; a perfect balance of Debrett’s […]

Conservationists On The Prowl

Not all heroes wear a cape and most prefer to keep their identity anonymous. This is the case of the Alycats, a team of award-winning photographers that regularly donate their time and the fruits of their work to fight illegal hunting and poaching in Africa in support of Singita’s 100-year conservation purpose Uncontrolled hunting and […]

Jaguar E-Type

It has been 60 years since the iconic Jaguar E-Type was first launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961. The public reaction to the long coupé available for test drives was so strong that Jaguar rushed a second E-Type, a roadster, from Coventry to Geneva overnight. Famously described as “the most beautiful car ever […]

Joan Eardley | Centenary

One of Scotland’s most enduringly popular artists of the 20th century, Joan Eardley became famous for her portraiture of street children in Glasgow and for her landscapes of the fishing village of Catterline and surroundings on the North-East coast of Scotland. Her artistic career had three distinct phases. The first was from 1940 when she enrolled at the Glasgow […]

Aston Martin DBX

Last year saw the launch of the first SUV in the 107-year history of the iconic British brand. Sceptics may have to eat humble pie because the Aston Martin DBX has sold like doughnuts at a school gate… worldwide. At 5,039 mm L x 1,998 mm W x 1,680 mm H, this is certainly a big vehicle but […]

A Modern Cinderella Story

If Cinderella had been born in this age, she would have probably arrived at the palace in a Mercedes S 500 4MATIC like the one I had the pleasure to be driven around in a couple of weeks ago, when I decided to follow on the steps of Perrault’s character and take a day off […]

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