2 MIN For the Lanesborough in London, the most English of roses – what you might almost call a “vintage rose”, cultivated by the late, great English “rosarian”, David Austin.
2 MIN Alexandra Llewellyn is a London-based artist who has devoted her career to creating stunning, bespoke backgammon boards and other luxury games.
3 MIN Pascal Mathieu created his eponymous sunglasses label with a passion for expertly crafted eyewear—but a secondary passion soon joined his first.
8 MIN The long relationship between Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc and Riva is celebrated in the lead-up to the hotel’s 150th anniversary with an Aquariva Super bearing the name “Eden-Roc” and a special white, navy and turquoise livery.
4 MIN Eden Rocks Diamonds began as a passion project between co-founders Spencer Matthews and Neil Duttson, and has quickly grown into a sought-after service for bespoke fine jewellery design.
5 MIN Laura Lovett meets the glamorous tastemakers behind luxury brand Lotusier – a trio of working mothers who are old friends
5 MIN Since launching her eponymous brand 30 years ago, Anya Hindmarch has carved out a popular niche with her playful but luxurious accessories – like the exclusive collection of bags and wallets she has created for Eden Being. Laura Lovett meets the British designer who believes fashion shouldn’t take itself too seriously.
9 MIN Lotusier marks a milestone in tea history – interview with Åsa Eriksson-Ahuja, founder of the brand.
2 MIN Garrard is the longest serving jewellery house in the world. Its origins can be traced back to 1735, when master silversmith George Wicks opened a store on Panton Street in the heart of London’s West End. A year later the firm received its first royal commission from Fredrick, Prince of Wales.
2 MIN At Le Bristol Paris, the ritual of teatime is further refined by the delicacy of Raynaud porcelain.