The latest of Chanel's annual Arts & Metiers collections - created specifically to showcase the work of the seven artisan ateliers that it owns and which supply its couture studio – was a pared down ode to India.
A travelling exhibition showcases both the Lightscapes series of photographer James Reeve and the spring-summer 2012 collection of Dries Van Noten which uses the same long-exposure studies in the label’s signature prints.
At Abu Dhabi Art, which took place in November 2011, artist Jeff Koons and gallerist Larry Gagosian discussed their personal relationships in the art world - with each other, with collectors and with their work. Watch and learn.
The latest project from titan of luxury Bernard Arnault is the revival of Parisian trunk-maker Moynat into a modern luxury goods house. Creative director Ramesh Nair and president Guillaume Davin discuss quality and craftsmanship.
This is not yet another seasonal review of the best Champagne. Instead, we invite you on a journey into the Champagne flute by explaining the effervescence with a look at a new book, "Voyage au coeur d’une bulle de champagne".
A small bistro that opened on Rue Royale, Paris, in 1893 developed into the fabulous Art Nouveau restaurant Maxim's that for decades defined fashionable Parisian society. We showcase the decadence of Maxim's!
"There was very much the notion, 'Come and be amazed,'" says decorator Thierry Despont of his contemporary cabinet de curiosités. We showcase the unusual grouping of 18th-century furniture, contemporary art and objects.
As one of the twentieth century's masters of abstract painting, Serge Poliakoff's character and larger-than-life enthusiasm is intimately illustrated in the collected archives – both private and public – by his granddaughter, Marie Victoire.
PQ Eyewear is a new optical brand from uber-designer Ron Arad that uses innovative mechanics and radical styling to put other glasses in the shade. The Israel-born, London-based designer talks with us about his new type of frame.
As one of the youngest talents working today, Dutch designer Bram Geenen appropriated ideas and processes from legendary Catalan architect Antoní Gaudi, for a chair design that is firmly positioned in the 21st century.
The latest Bentley is filled with gadgetry for the type of travelling tycoon for whom time is money and even a short car journey represents an opportunity to connect with colleagues in a conference call or complete a deal by email.
The first retrospective of Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan poses as many questions as do his signature hyperrealist works that are at once humorous and profound. We showcase Cattelan's spectacular installation at the Guggenheim.
Through never-seen-before footage of Charles and Ray Eames combined with their little known quirky movies, a new documentary reveals for the first time the secretive husband and wife team behind 'The Eames Era' of iconic design.
The dazzling collection of jewelry amassed by Elizabeth Taylor - to be sold at Christie's New York on December 13 - tells not only of her taste for iconic gems but also the story of an extraordinary life marked by love tokens and trinkets.
We showcase the masterpieces of 'Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan' at London's National Gallery - the largest grouping of his art ever to be shown together - and look in exquisite detail at what is considered his greatest work.
The entrepreneur owner of both winery Château Péby Faugères and crystal house Lalique has for the first time fused his two passions with the estate's 2009 vintage which comes in a bottle engraved with an original René Lalique drawing.
"Heat, re-heat, me-heat" was the theme of the second Prix Émile Hermès, a triennial competition that aims to push young designers to another level. We showcase the finalists and winners as chosen by a jury chaired by Toyo Ito.
Didn't receive your invitation to the gala reopening of Moscow's legendary Bolshoi Theatre on October 28? Experience the spectacular opening night of ballet and opera with our showcase of the evening's highlights.
Foster + Partners boldly go where no architect has gone before with the opening its latest project, Spaceport America, the world's first private space terminal. As Norman Foster explains his love of flight, we take a virtual tour.
The art advisor Laurence Dreyfus travels the world in her quest to discover and nurture emerging talents, exhibiting them in unusual temporary spaces – she is the face of the next generation of art world tastemakers.