Recognized as the biggest and luxurious in-water yacht display in Europe, the Monaco Yacht Show is an annual event held annually in Port Hercules, Monaco. The event is attended by the rich elites and VIPs of the world. Other attendees include yacht builders, brokers, designers, yacht-industry insiders and wealthy clients who are on the mission […]
Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is the most prestigious and alluring automobile event that occurs every year. Started in 1950 by the Sports Car Club of America, it quickly gained prominence. The event was organized on public roads. The first two years, it was held near The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Starting with a showcase of […]
The Mangusta Oceano 50 is a new model in Overmarine Group’s line of long-range displacements vessels. “A multitude of sketches on paper, the pencil sculpting every detail. I want it to be a megayacht with a strong, powerful and sleek personality but with the shadows and reflections of a sculpture that plays with empty […]
“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” – Leonardo da Vinci There is hardly a soul today who is unfamiliar with the most prominent personality of all times, Leonardo da Vinci. While many hail him as an illustrious painter, a few know […]
Automobili Pininfarina is hoping to parlay the company’s history into juicy, standalone success. It’s a new company, located in Munich, that sits parallel to the established.
The rare and coveted Hermès Himalayan Birkin is the most sought after handbag in the world. In white matte Niloticus crocodile, the skin goes through an incredibly labor-intensive process, so the ombre resembles that of the Himalayan Mountains. The coloration and scales on this Himalayan duo are the best that experts have ever seen.
Truffles are hypogean mushrooms that grows and live underground, from few centimetres to a meter under the level of ground, living in symbiosis with roots of trees and plants; their favourite place is the root of oaks, lindens, hazels and poplars from which they catch the organic compounds.