Inspired by Fellini's iconic movie and a new exhibition of photographs from the same era, we showcase the timeless style of Italy in the 1960s. La dolce vita still exists – you just have to know where to find it and what to do when you get there.
Discover Nicolas Ghesquière's second collection for Louis Vuitton in these look book images shot by Juergen Teller, which reveal the inspiration that the famously innovative designer found in nature to create unusual prints.
A lesson in how to live with design icons is given by interior architect Ilse Crawford who has curated a loft apartment at the VitraHaus and filled it with design classics. Her message: relax and put your feet up on that Jean Prouve table!
Seventeen concept cars from the early 1930s to the 21st century are brought together in a new exhibition at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art. We take a lap of the show that celebrates progressive automobile design.
A spectacular vacation home that floats above the canopy of the rainforest is now available to rent, offering deserted beaches, jungle hikes and must-try local cuisine in the surroundings of Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
The first restaurant outside of Tokyo from the renowned Japanese chef serves a traditional kaiseki menu of a series of exquisitely presented small plates. We take a tour of Okuda, the darling of the French food critics.
It might look like a vintage Aston Martin DB5 with hints of the Ferrari 250GT and Maserati 3500 but The Speedback is in fact the debut model from new British sports car company, David Brown Automotive. We take a test drive.
We tour the magnificent gardens of Chatsworth which have been taken over by influential artist Michael Craig-Martin and his 12 "line drawing" sculptures - and reveal where to stay and what to do in the surrounding Peak District.
We check-in at The House of Light, a little-known James Turrell work in Tokamachi, Japan, where guests can stay overnight to watch sunrise and sunset framed through one of the artist’s signature holes-in-the-ceiling.
The most anticipated catwalk show of the season was, in our opinion, a triumph. But what did Hamish Bowles, Suzy Menkes, Vanessa Friedman and - most importantly - Bernard Arnault make of the fusion of creativity and craftsmanship?
A blockbuster retrospective of the signature portraits of Alex Katz at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Pantin, Paris, showcases how the artist pushes his painting with new ideas. In a candid conversation Katz shares his anecdotes and inspirations.
Istanbul's majestic architecture – including the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque – provided the inspiration for a capsule couture collection from Turkish fashion designers Ece and Ayse Ege of Dice Kayek.
In a simmering interview between Ferran Adria and the curator of a new exhibition dedicated to his thousands of culinary drawings, the avant garde chef reveals his plans for the elBulli Foundation and the online BulliPedia.
Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana question the notion of luxury with their first pieces of jewelry for Galleria O. Their collaborator, jeweler Fabio Salini, talks to us about the challenge of balancing art and jewels.
We showcase some of the 50 couture hats – including pieces by Lacroix, Schiaparelli, Alaia and Yves Saint Laurent – from the collection of fashion designer Lars Nilsson which are on display in a new exhibition at the Hallwyl museum in Stockholm.
Little known except to connoisseurs, the Paris jeweler Verney is considered to have invented the "joaillerie classique" style. Founder Michel Ermelin talks to us about his vision for easy to wear jewels.
The latest trends in timepieces were presented last week at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie watch fair in Geneva. We showcase the highlights of technical innovation and high design of our time.
Black & white is a byword for cool and always in style. Whether it's for the Oscars or summer holidays at the new Cheval Blanc in the Maldives, we select our favourite monochrome looks for the events of the upcoming season.