On June 27th, 28th, and 29th 2013, over 360,000 of the world’s richest, glitziest and most influential individuals will unite and come together to party, socialise and have an unashamedly fabulous night… But don’t worry, it’s all in the name of charity!
The unique concept, which encourages the world’s societal elite to party their cares away in some of the worlds most luxurious venues does sound rather like any other star-studded event on the surface. However, guests may only attend on the pretense of a donation to charity and the venues generously offer their services and hosting skills for free. Ultimately, all funds raised go direct to a selection of worldwide charities, eliminating all costs to the organisers.
CRN is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year as a luxury yacht builder. Part of the Ferretti Group since 1999, CRN specialises in the manufacture of bespoke mega yachts between 40 and 90 metres long. These boats are customised completely to the client’s specifications and sometimes even their wildest whims with swimming pools, aquariums, private decks with private helipads, sound-proof bedrooms, private hair salons, hammams … as an in-house team of architects and designers tap into the latest technology can make it happen.
Monaco has long been synonymous with glamour, prestige and wealth but over the last couple of years real estate prices have hit an all-time high as the tiny principality continues to construct luxury residences in order to satisfy the demand of affluent foreign buyers attracted by the advantageous tax laws, great climate and high-quality lifestyle.
The newest international luxury apartments are offering more space than ever. Over the last few years there has been a growing demand for city homes which occupy entire floors and multiple levels allowing wealthy buyers to purchase more space without sacrificing the convenience of a city location. Developers have cottoned onto the trend and some of the newest constructions are now offering truly super-sized residences.
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
The desirable New York district of Tribeca is soon to be home to one of the Big Apple’s most daring pieces of architecture. The 60-storey skyscraper located at 56 Leonard Street in is formed by a series of stacked units which has earned it the nickname of the ‘Jenga building’ due to its resemblance to the game of interlinking blocks. When completed, the tower will be home to 145 luxury homes costing between $3.5 million to $33 million.