The Editor Writes

Commentary and posts by LUX Editor-in-Chief Darius Sanai.

Protected: Why you should buy a modern classic car

Classic cars are, for a new generation of luxury collectors, something of a conundrum. On the one hand, they are perhaps the ultimate ‘investment of passion’, objects which you can cherish and use, and which nonetheless gain value over time. On the other hand, for...

Kering’s Siren Call for Sustainability

The luxury giant is taking the lead in sustainability – and now will the world listen? We are all now accustomed to what could charitably be called eco-fluff, like the cards by your hotel beds saying the 300 room luxury hotel your are staying in can save the...

How to invest in a modern classic car

By Darius Sanai, Editor-in-Chief A few months ago I was invited to take part in a panel discussion on investing in modern classic cars, by the Financial Times, at its annual reader event in London. It was a very FT-type of festival: intellectuals, entrepreneurs, CEOs...

Take in the view: Ozone and Aqua, Hong Kong

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief Ozone at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong, the highest bar in the world, has a long row of bar stools along its floor to ceiling picture window. You settle on a stool, place your Mojito on the counter in front of you, and stare out at a...

Masseto: a taste of an uber-luxe wine brand

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief On business in Italy, my route takes me along the coast of the Maremma, the beautiful and curiously unspoiled Tuscan coastlands. Combine the words Tuscany and Mediterranean and images of overcrowded beaches and packed rows of villas...

Buying a Ferrari Testarossa F512M

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief One of the truisms of collecting, whether you are Imelda Marcos hoarding shoes or a 21st century gentleman acquiring classic cars, is that enlightenment comes with possession. You research your subject, speak to fellow collectors, make...

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