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Place of the Blue Crane

South Africa’s Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is a true conservation victory. Situated in the diverse and scenic Great Fish River valley of the Eastern Cape, its 22,000 hectares of pristine wilderness stretch either side of the river, which meanders for 30 kilometres through the rugged landscape of the reserve. The Great Fish River is of […]

What Are We Breathing?

The consequences of air pollution are rarely addressed until the very last minute. It’s only when cities smog up or occasional studies spotlight alarming figures, that governments transition into a state of damage control and seemingly begin implementing an action plan. However, air pollution is not a sporadic issue resulting from individual crisis points. For […]

Why Sarah Kate Byrne

Fashion is one of the major polluting industries, with the textile industry accounting for an estimated 25% of the total carbon emissions by 2050, making it the second-largest polluter in the world after the oil industry. If you wonder how this is possible, just think of all the steps required in the production and distribution […]

Caterham Super Seven 1600

Ever since they bought the rights to the Seven from Chapman in 1973, Caterham has been delighting us with lightweight two-seater sports cars that are on the shopping list of any serious petrol-head.  So far, the Surrey-based manufacturer has brought to market eight models, the latest of which, the Super Seven 1600 takes inspiration from […]

All The Time For Love

On August 9, 2008, a smartly dressed and heavily pregnant lady walked into Zion Yakubov’s shop in Tel Aviv and presented him with a shoebox filled with some items that she wanted an opinion on for insurance reasons. The Queen returns Yakubov opened the box and could not believe what he found.  Although he was […]

Blend It Like Helen

Standing proud on the rugged Northern Irish coast, we find The Old Bushmills Distillery, home to the oldest single malt Irish whiskey. Surprisingly for some, this ancient distillery was the first one to name a woman Master Blender, Helen Mullholland. Helen is the current custodian of traditions that have been passed down from generation to […]

Jo Lewis

Confident, smart, and with a serious “can do” attitude, Jo Lewis leads the McLaren team responsible for Colour & Materials design across all their products, including Special Operations. She signs-off on everything from the shimmer of the paintwork to the texture of the steering wheel, the softness of the leather… even the colour of the […]

Chimed to Perfection

The announcement of a new Patek Philippe grand complication chiming watch is a special occasion.  They are rare and highly sought after. In fact, one – the Grandmaster Chime ref. 6300-01/A, a movement that is a magnum opus of chiming complications in a small case, holds the world record as the most expensive watch ever […]

Dreams of White Time

White has always been associated with purity, elegance, and simplicity. In many religions, white conveys rich symbolisms, for example, innocence and sacrifice in Christianity and purity, self-mastery, and emancipation in Buddhism. In some cultures, like the Chinese, it is associated with death and commonly worn at funerals. In fashion, white always makes a statement, although […]

Extraordinary Gifts

Most of us, as we reach year’s end, tend to remember and celebrate people who have made an impact in history and in our lives. From political figures to fashion designers, scientists to artists, in all fields of life we find extraordinary humans that have changed the way we think and the way we live. […]

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