The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) is where the world’s most informed collectors head to purchase art, antiquities and design. We showcase some of the most rare objects available at this year’s fair, which opens on March 18.
Inspired by the traditional dress of the Middle East and Asia, the latest Moncler Gamme Rouge collection - designed by Giambattista Valli - goes far beyond sportswear and into the realm of avant-garde high fashion.
To wear them or to display them as sculpture? This is the dilemma posed by the extraordinarily sculpted heels in the Alexander McQueen Spring Summer collection, which reveal the inherited creativity of Sarah Burton.
The new restaurant from uber-chef Ferran Adrià opened on March 1 in Barcelona. Preceding the closure of El Bulli this July, Tickets will continue Adrià's pioneering approach to nouvelle cuisine with theatre both on and off the plate.
Lux Inside is a collective that combines medical scanners with digital art and photography to produce images that reveal the savoir-faire in luxury goods. These pictures and artisan-made objects will be sold in Paris on March 1.
Inspired by the spirit of work such as Fabergé eggs, Victoire de Castellane's latest creations are at once both sculptures and pieces of wearable jewelry. This "jewelry at rest, waiting to be worn" is on show at Paris’ Gagosian gallery.
Tobias Meyer, the head of contemporary art and chief auctioneer at Sotheby's, explains the reasons behind the intense bidding at a highly charged sale of a private collection at Sotheby's London on February 10.
An outstanding exhibition of objects made from translucent Obsidian includes works by Arik Levy, Christian Ghion and Tetsuo Harada. We showcase Visions of Obsidian, on show at Galerie Pierre-Alain Challier, Paris.
The jeweler Rosa de la Cruz, a member of the Cuban family behind Miami’s de la Cruz collection of contemporary art, approaches gems in the same way she does art: looking for “purity of form, proper scale and honest materials”.
The iconic sketches of fashion illustrator René Gruau informed the line, volume and colour palette of Dior’s magnificent haute couture collection. John Galliano explains his imaginative concoctions of tulle, organza and feathers.
Discover "A Journey into the World of the Ottomans", a fascinating exhibition that showed masterpieces of Orientalism within a specially-created setting by architects Herzog & de Meuron at the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha.
The cult-status interior designer, antique dealer and connoisseur of art Axel Vervoordt has expanded his operations with the opening of his first art gallery. Its outstanding inaugural exhibition is dedicated to Günther Uecker.
The 21st Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie - the annual exhibition of the finest timepieces by the most important watchmakers - took place in Geneva from January 17 to 21. We showcase the 18 flagship watches.