Recreating a Michelin-starred dining experience within the confines of your own home is a notion most without personal chefs would meet with hearty disregard. Although, if you discovered there was indeed a way to enjoy food at home that met the standards presented by the likes of Alain Ducasse and Tom Aikens, for example, it’s probably safe to assume this same whole heartedness that once found solace in disregard, would be displaced into feelings of excitement, curiosity and enthusiasm. Well, prepare yourselves as modern culinary technology has made this the case exactly. Introducing Electrolux Grand Cuisine: the pioneering professional cooking system tailored to suit domesticity and some of the world’s most exquisite homes.
From philanthropists and celebrities, to entrepreneurs, business leaders and top company CEOs, we meet the people that matter, gaining exclusive unique insights into their success stories; how they made their millions and what’s on the horizon
24k gold danced in our champagne flutes as delectable nibbles circulated and glasses clinked in the sun-lit Lugia room at the Mandarin Oriental last Monday. Why so exquisite, one may ask? An eclectic mix of people including fashionistas, financiers, journalists, press and friends had come together to celebrate the launch of The Nth Degree Club Book, the debut coffee table edition from London’s foremost private dining society, The Nth Degree Club.
Michael Clinton is the President and Marketing Director of Hearst Magazines, is a passionate traveler and photographer. After collecting hundreds of stamps in his passport, where is he headed next? His new title, “The Globetrotter Diaries: Tales, Tips and Tactics for Traveling the 7 Continents” offers insight for travelers of all types
Acknowledged in the Guinness Book of Records for offering the worlds most expensive haircut, Stuart Philips’ £8,000 price tag was soon eclipsed by his £20,000 VIP service, which in turn became insignificant when he embellished Serena Williams’ hair with £1 million worth of diamonds. Today I went to Covent Garden to interview the man himself …and get some of the star treatment in the process.
Have you ever been invited to a party and the only person you know is the person who invited you and the thought of trying to make conversation with complete strangers creates a knot in your stomach? or maybe you can start the conversation but find it fizzles out too quickly, you get tongue tied with the people you most want to talk too, well all that can change when you know how …
For those of you who bear sad witness to the billboards at the flagship Burberry store in Knightsbridge changing from the beautiful ‘it’ fashion couple of the season, Eddie Redmayne and Cara Delevigne to the, not so well-known but equally beautiful Roo Paynes and Gabriella Wilde, here is a little treat for you as we got a sneak peek into Burberry’s cocktail celebration to mark the end of the men’s London Collections.
Watches are worn for more reasons than to simply remind us of what time of day it is. They are what you want them to be – a symbol of your personal style and your personality and a representation of the heritage of the brand they were born from. Now look down at your wrist – what do you know about the brand of watch you’re wearing? What similarities can you draw between your watch characteristics and your personality? What does your watch say about you?