The sixth annual selling exhibition of monumental sculpture by Sotheby's at Chatsworth, the ancestral home of the Dukes of Devonshire, includes never-seen-before work by Damien Hirst. We take a virtual tour.
The latest coffee table tome by Assouline is an invitation to dream: what would be the composition of the most perfect and complete fashion collection, comprising one hundred of the most iconic dresses of the twentieth century?
Ultra contemporary designs infused with meaning a la contemporary art is the signature of Matali Crasset. At her Paris studio, the French designer talked to Luxuryculture about her desire to provoke a reaction from users.
The second-in-command chefs at some of the world’s most celebrated restaurants step out of the shadow of their well known employers at a unique culinary project that invites sous chefs to cook at a monthly Paris dinner.
There was an artistic touch about Dries Van Noten’s fall-winter collection that was a collage of intricate prints, gold lame, brocade and acres of silk. Easy to wear, the standouts were Dries’ simply cut dresses - each one a masterpiece.
The intricate inner workings of Cartier’s most innovative watches are - alongside important timepieces from its archives - shown in magnificent detail in a new exhibition art directed by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka.
Think that folk chic fashion has been done before? Think again. At Vanessa Bruno, the Paris-based designer presented a romantic version of Scandinavian folk with an urban edge for a stellar fall-winter collection.
The curator of the second selling exhibition by Sotheby’s at Sudeley Castle takes us on a tour of Material Words, a show which includes works by artists, designers and architects including Ingo Maurer, David Adjaye and Amanda Levete.
The legacy of Peggy Guggenheim extends beyond her influential collection of modern art and into fashion and style. We showcase her signature aesthetic and the earrings created for her by Yves Tanguy and Alexander Calder.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most artistic of them all? The IX Mirrors series by artist Ron Gilad for Dilmos Gallery, Milan, forces the viewer to see an alternative reflection, not of reality but of a more poetic and surrealist vision.
Once overlooked, outdoor design now represents a large part of the business of the major furniture manufacturers, with dedicated sections at the world's design fairs. We hit the deck/patio/terrace with the latest in alfresco living concepts.
The next generation of yachts feature folding hulls and hydraulically powered walls that dramatically open to create vast terraces and 'beach clubs' that are the ultimate expression of the outdoor-indoor lifestyle.
Inventive Swedish chef Magnus Ek and his sommelier partner Agneta Green are closing their cult-status restaurant Oaxen Krog located on a small island in the Stockholm archipelago. Reserve now: there are 68 days left.
Rarely has a couture debut been so confident as Giambattista Valli’s collection of elegant ball gowns and signature shaped dresses which he mixed with the humble white poplin shirtdress worn by atelier workers.
Missed the first comparative exhibition of Chaim Soutine and Francis Bacon? Discover the artists' shared passion and energy in our virtual tour of the major works alongside an exclusive interview with co-curator Maurice Tuchman.
Holmewood House designed by Robin Partington for Lady Helen Hamlyn has all the grandness and splendour of a Georgian pile but with minimal impact on the landscape by hidden under 150 acres of the English countryside.
The unusual looking Arcadia 85 yacht basks in the sunlight not only for the pleasure of its guests but also to charge its vast superstructure of glass solar panels. We take a virtual tour onboard the environmentally friendly vessel.
Marcus Tremonto manipulates light to create objects that emit emotion. In an exclusive interview that took place appropriately in the City of Light, the founder of Treluce Studios discusses his work and the future of light.
The 11th Serpentine Pavilion - a temporary structure constructed annually in London's Kensington Gardens by a roll call of starchitects - has been designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and encloses a hidden garden.
The winner of the Central St Martins graduate show is an Italian print specialist who hand painted tyre tracks and flowers onto PVC dresses. Before her collection is even available in stores, we talk to designer Flaminia Saccucci.
At the sixth edition of Design Miami Basel, sales were stronger than ever. As galleries focused on solo shows of high quality historical work, the halls themselves were designed by architects Aranda\Lasch for a fusion of modern and contemporary.
Sales were steady at the world's most important art fair as collectors bought not only blue-chip modern and contemporary works but also large conceptual installations. We reveal what sold, who bought and for how much.