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Exhibition of the Month: Past Skin, MoMa PS1, New York

Look around you. How many screens do you see? How many of us are living in the virtual realm? Our world is being continually altered, shaped and scripted by technology and our bodies along with it. Social media allows us to curate our identity whilst virtual reality...

Model of the Month: Rianne ten Haken

LUX contributing editor and Storm model, Sydney Lima continues her online exclusive series, interviewing her peers about modelling life and business. THIS MONTH: Dutch model, Rianne ten Haken was discovered at the tender of age of 14 by Elite models, making her debut...

Hotel of the Month: Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris

Why should I go now? Paris in the spring; summer fashions adorning the Parisiennes and their offspring and canines; do you have no romance? The Avenue Montaigne, upon which Hôtel Plaza Athénée sits like a palace, is the most sophisticated retail street in the world,...

Fashion’s New Face: William Fan

Following his debut runway show at the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin, William Fan has emerged as one of the most exciting new talents in the fashion world and was recently selected as this year’s winner of the prestigious Mercedes-Benz International...

The man who makes dream fragrances: Rami Mekdachi

Rami Mekdachi has worked as a perfumer for over twenty years, collaborating with some of the world’s best known brands, such as L’Oréal, Colette, Lacoste and Chloé. And now, he’s created his own high-concept brand, Lola James Harper, bringing...

Model of the month: Alicia Rountree

LUX contributing editor and Storm model, Sydney Lima continues her online exclusive series, interviewing her peers about modelling life and business. THIS MONTH: Mauritian-born Alicia Rountree leads a hectic life doubling as both supermodel and restaurateur. Since...

Beyond Hygge: Copenhagen’s Coolest

A young writer’s view on why Copenhagen makes such an impression; and her pick of six hip young Danes, talking about why their capital is the best city in the world. And, no, it’s not about the hygge Copenhagen is fast becoming the coolest Scandinavian kid on the...

Our disappearing wildlife

Leyla Aliyeva and Hervé Mikaeloff hosted the event in Berlin As a race, we are responsible for wreaking a unique destruction on our planet. More than 90% of the world’s population of elephants, lions, rhinos and countless other species have been wiped out by our...

Hotel of the Month: Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong

Why should I go? March sees the arrival of the international fine art circus and party known as Art Basel in Hong Kong. While the Asian edition of the fair is not as lofty as the original in Switzerland, and less sexy than the Miami version which sweeps together...

Exhibition of the month: David Hockney, Tate Britain, London

As David Hockney approaches his 80th birthday, the Tate Britain celebrates his vast and varied body of work in the largest retrospective to date. From his most famous works, the vibrant, geometric images of Los Angeles swimming pools through to the avant-garde,...

Delhi: an aesthetic adventure in India’s chaotic capital

In the past, India’s heaving capital has been a fly-in, fly-out destination for most tourists, but with a booming art scene and the recent opening of the Hyatt hotel group’s, coolest counterpart, Andaz, Delhi is fast developing its own allure. Yet,...

Model of the month: Joanna Halpin

The models who look at us from our magazine covers and Instagram feeds are often astute businesspeople as well as subjects for fashion stylists and photographers. They are now “360 degree creatives”, raising revenue from everything from social media to...

The Lifeline Humanitarian Organisation Auction

Auctioning ROKSANDA dresses from super-hot designer Roksanada Ilincic and works by Serbian artist Cile Marinkovic was always going to raise some hands. This week, LUX joined a select audience of eager bidders at the Lifeline charity auction in Mayfair, London. The...

Photography series: Jaipur Literature Festival 2017

The annual Jaipur Literature Festival is the world’s largest free literary festival, attracting crowds of book-loving enthusiasts from across the globe. Set in the grounds of Hotel Diggi Palace, the festival is a jungle labyrinth of performance spaces welcoming...

Wild Luxury in Zimbabwe

Not far from the Victoria Falls, down dusty, winding tracks of thick red Saharan sand, hides one of the world’s newest luxury safari camps: &beyond’s Matetsi River Lodge. Digital Editor Millie Walton visits the banks of the Zambezi River, watched by a...

6 foodie delights in Amsterdam

From a five course interactive dining experience to hip burger joints and Dutch pancakes, Francesca Peaks discovers Amsterdam’s best gastronomic secrets

From the Karoo to the Cape on Rovos Rail

Journeying through desert, diamond fields and wine lands, South Africa’s luxurious vintage train line takes Digital Editor, Millie Walton from the country’s capital of Pretoria to Cape Town

Fotofever: the new world of photography

Fotofever Paris is a friendly kind of art fair. It welcomes newcomers, whether or not their pockets are deep, and favours fresh faced talent. Ahead of the fair’s fifth edition, held under the majestic roof of the Carrousel du Louvre, Millie Walton speaks to the...

6 of the coolest places to drink and dine in East London

Czech beers, Bloody Marys, live jazz and padron peppers, East London’s gastronomic scene is more vibrant than ever. Digital Editor, Millie Walton picks some of her favourite spots for drinking and dining in the city’s trendiest neighbourhoods

Stefania Pramma: constructing timeless elegance

For the launch of her AW16 collection, luxury accessory designer Stefania Pramma teamed up with artist Sara Berman to create a playful installation of handbags and paintings, displayed for one night only in the colourful interiors of 5 Hertford Street’s exclusive nightclub, Loulou’s. Millie Walton spoke to the designer about her inspiration, Italian heritage and obsession with dogs.

Jacky Tsai: From China with Love

Jacky Tsai famously designed the iconic Alexander McQueen skull during an internship placement at the couture house, but the artist is now a name in his own right, as Millie Walton discovers Millie Walton: What does it mean to be the first Chinese artist signed by the...

The Electric Recording Company: Nuanced Sounds

For many, the 1950s and early 60s was the golden age for music, an era of artistic experimentation and precise analogue audio reproduction, but mint condition vinyl albums from this time are increasingly rare to find and ludicrously expensive to buy. Fortunately, this...

Investing in a Porsche 911 Turbo

By Darius Sanai Editor in Chief Like art, fine wine and limited-edition watches, classic cars fall into the category of what luxury analysts call “Investments of Passion” – stuff you can enjoy while its value rises. But, leaving aside the question of potential...

Colombia Diaries

Once one of the most dangerous destinations on the globe, Colombia is in the midst of a renaissance. Millie Walton discovers the unique charms of the country’s most beautiful city, Cartagena The sky is a dramatic swirl of pinks and oranges, as we sail into...

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