Monthly Archives: January 2019

New Zealand Travel Guide: A 1-week road trip itinerary across the South Island

Majestic, awe-inspiring vistas, world-class lodges, exceedingly fresh produce, excellent wine and that laid-back Kiwi hospitality — all reasons to pay the famed islands of New Zealand (both North and South) a visit. While the two halves that make up the island country each have their unique charms, when it comes to unparalleled beauty, the South… Read More »

Michael Schumacher: Ferrari launches tribute exhibition to F1 legend

The exhibition is intended both as a celebration and mark of gratitude to the most successful Prancing Horse driver ever, says Sean O’Grady A special tribute to the racing driver Michael Schumacher – arguably the most successful in the history of the sport – has been organised by the Ferrari Museum in the corporate HQ… Read More »

The Rise and Fall of Cryptocurrencies: An Analysis of Maecenas Art Currency

Virtual currencies, more specifically Bitcoin have garnered widespread attention and whilst some are already experts on the currency it is still somewhat confusing to many. Cryptocurrencies have recently been hailed as the future of banking, trading and economy. Additionally, the acknowledgment of cryptocurrencies as legal tender in multiple countries and on trading floors has only… Read More »

Zenith 50 Years of El Primero

Zenith takes us on a journey through time for its 50th anniversary 1969 was a significant milestone for the watch industry, dubbed the year of “the great automatic chronograph race”, where the first automatic chronograph was introduced. A handful of brands had each developed its version, but which of them finished ahead of its rivals… Read More »

An Underground Lair that Hides Over 1,000 Whiskeys

In a city as dedicated to history as Tel Aviv, clustered with museums of all sorts, it’s no wonder you can find one dedicated to whiskey alone. In a city as dedicated to history as Tel Aviv, clustered with museums of all sorts, it’s no wonder you can find one dedicated to whiskey alone. Venture… Read More »

These Are the 6 Gucci-Approved Places to Travel in 2019

Looking for a fashionable place to go in 2019? Then perhaps a Gucci-approved locale will do. Today, the brand announced their new Gucci Places, or destinations that “possess the quality of being able to surprise, arouse interest, and inspire a creative response.” Essentially: the places the fashion house finds, well, cool. They’re all over the… Read More »

Lady Gaga Apologizes for Working With R. Kelly—And Pulls Their Song From iTunes

Lady Gaga is now one of the biggest names in music to apologize for collaborating with R. Kelly. In the wake of Surviving R. Kelly (the Lifetime documentary series that features many women who claim that the singer abused them) and the allegations of the last few years, one of the biggest revelations is that… Read More »

The Top 12 Collections of the Fall 2019 Menswear Season

Once upon a time menswear was considered womenswear’s low-key cousin: fewer shows, chiller vibes, with much less at stake. That doesn’t seem like a fair assessment any more, certainly not when it comes to the Fall 2019 menswear season. “Every bit as exhausting and action-packed as women’s!” is how Vogue Runway’s chief critic Sarah Mower… Read More »

Céline Dion’s Bombshell Leg Reveal Is the Winter Inspiration We Need Now

Céline Dion has a history of making a splash at couture, and this year is no exception. Today in Paris, the 50-year-old superstar stepped out in a sparkling, high-slitted gown and delivered a bombshell leg reveal that stole the show. Sitting front row at Alexandre Vauthier’s Spring Couture show at the Grand Palais, Dion wowed… Read More »

Shining A Light On The Largest Diamond Ever Found In The World

Outweighing the Cullinan and dwarfing the Koh-I-Noor, stands the Golden Jubilee Diamond. The worlds largest diamond. Discovered in 1985 the “unnamed brown” took two years of studying and solid craftsmanship to manifest it into the Golden Jubilee. For these two years it was un-known to the public. A Stone so Precious it spent two years… Read More »