alpine resort The serene beauty of little-known Alpine resort Drei Zinnen

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Why The Alpina Gstaad is top of our travel wish list

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The LUX Report: Autumnal Tones

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aquarium Activist José Soares dos Santos on environmental responsibility

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fashion shoot The LUX Report: Sustainable Luxury

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submarine Bridgewater Capital founder Ray Dalio on ocean philanthropy

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contemporary art British artist Petroc Sesti on his nature-inspired artworks

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Woman standing amongst tyres Singer-songwriter Ruth B. on poetry, social media & BLM

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The Fast & Luxurious Car Series: Ferrari 812 Superfast

The Fast & Luxurious Car Series: Ferrari 812 Superfast

In the first of our supercar review series, LUX enjoys an exhilarating drive in the Ferrari 812 Superfast Ferrari is regularly voted the world’s most powerful luxury brand, and yet curiously there is some discrepancy in consumers’ perception of the company’s products....

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Luxury Travel Views: Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg

Luxury Travel Views: Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg

In the final edition of our luxury travel views series, LUX Editor-in-Chief Darius Sanai enjoys the Parisian elegance and ease of Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg Location, location, location. What is the nearest luxury hotel to the epicentre of Paris shopping, the original...

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Luxury Travel Views: Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt

Luxury Travel Views: Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt

In the third edition of our luxury travel views series, LUX Editor-in-Chief returns to Villa Kennedy, a Rocco Forte hotel in the centre of Frankfurt, to discover how it stands the test of time Frankfurt is not a city known for either its romance or its luxury...

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Luxury Travel Views: La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich

Luxury Travel Views: La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich

In the second of our four part luxury travels view column, our editor-in-chief Darius Sanai discovers the elegant alpine charm of La Réserve Eden au Lac Zurich Have you come across a La Réserve junkie? They are fans of one of Europe’s most distinctive and chichi...

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The LUX Report: Functional Fashion

The LUX Report: Functional Fashion

The Circular Fairisle Sweater from Connolly’s Autumn/Winter collection. Photograph by Robbie Lawrence  Practical design does not have to mean dull looks. What about these subtle and elegant yet useful must-haves? Originally a saddler and shoesmith, Connolly now...

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Why The Alpina Gstaad is top of our travel wish list

Why The Alpina Gstaad is top of our travel wish list

Artistic, playful and utterly spoiling, The Alpina Gstaad may just be the best hotel anywhere in Europe. So why don’t you know about it? A contemporary jazz duo is singing and playing its heart out. Your champagne bottle is emptying steadily as you look out from your...

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LUX Insider: Jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim

LUX Insider: Jazz legend Abdullah Ibrahim

Abdullah Ibrahim was discovered by Duke Ellington, fought against apartheid, and played at Nelson Mandela’s inauguration. The South African jazz legend speaks to LUX from his Cape Town home about his hopes and dreams My favourite view… The stars in the night sky...

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Luxury Travel Views: The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore

Luxury Travel Views: The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore

In the first of our four part luxury travels view column, our editor-in-chief Darius Sanai recalls the breathtaking views and chic ambience of The Fullerton Bay hotel in Singapore A first-time visitor to Singapore before would be forgiven for being rather surprised...

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The LUX Report: Autumnal Tones

The LUX Report: Autumnal Tones

As the days get shorter and the light begins to fade, mark the seasonal changes with these warm-toned essentials Founded by sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, The Row is renowned for understated silhouettes inspired by the minimalist aesthetic of 1980s New York....

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The LUX Report: Sustainable Luxury

The LUX Report: Sustainable Luxury

Build your autumn wardrobe from the collections of ethically and environmentally minded designers Mara Hoffman’s Catalina jacket evokes a tropical mood in a vivid red hue with lightly padded shoulders and a flattering plunging V neckline. The jacket is crafted from a...

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Bridgewater Capital founder Ray Dalio on ocean philanthropy

Bridgewater Capital founder Ray Dalio on ocean philanthropy

Once the sea casts its spell, it holds you in its net of wonder forever. So said the legendary Jacques Cousteau, and so it is with Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds. Together with his son Mark, Dalio created OceanX to...

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British artist Petroc Sesti on his nature-inspired artworks

British artist Petroc Sesti on his nature-inspired artworks

British artist Petroc Sesti has worked together with the likes of NASA and Sir David Attenborough to create striking artworks that are a statement about our era and climate change. He is also co-founder of the Platform Earth eco-fundraising organisation. He takes us...

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Fashion designer Kevin Germanier’s sustainable glamour

Fashion designer Kevin Germanier’s sustainable glamour

As the fashion industry comes under scrutiny for its environmental credentials in an age of sustainability, one young designer is showing a way forward. Paris-based Kevin Germanier designs high-end clothes with upcycled fabrics and beads he culls from other brands....

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Singer-songwriter Ruth B. on poetry, social media & BLM

Singer-songwriter Ruth B. on poetry, social media & BLM

Is Canadian singer-songwriter Ruth B. the new Tracy Chapman? She has a soulful voice, thoughtful and concerned lyrics, and a growing wave of followers around the world. She also has some of the most creative videos around. Oh, and she speaks fluent Amharic. LUX speaks...

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Penélope Cruz on designing jewellery for Swarovski

Penélope Cruz on designing jewellery for Swarovski

Penélope Cruz brings her renowned energy to philanthropic and charitable work – and now she is designing jewellery for Swarovski. LUX speaks with the Spanish-born Hollywood superstar LUX: Where do you call home? Penélope Cruz: Madrid. I grew up in a place called...

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12 Questions: Tamara Rojo, English National Ballet

12 Questions: Tamara Rojo, English National Ballet

Tamara Rojo has spent the past two decades wowing spectators at the Royal Ballet and now at the English National Ballet where she is artistic director. LUX speaks to the outspoken advocate for her industry about ballet’s future – and what gets her on to the dance...

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Four leading designers on the future of design

Four leading designers on the future of design

Millie Walton speaks to four design leaders – Bentley’s Stefan Sielaff, Gaggenau’s Sven Baacke, Tom Dixon and Cristina Celestino – about innovation, sustainability and the evolution of their industries TOM DIXON British designer and founder of the Tom Dixon design...

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Gaggenau is bringing global attention to regional artisans

Gaggenau is bringing global attention to regional artisans

The art of the handmade, and the appreciation of high-quality, low-volume makers, are having a resurgence. With the help of the German luxury appliance maker and their Respected by Gaggenau campaign, the future of crafts and the artisanal, whether in food, winemaking...

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Photographing a summer spent at home in London

Photographing a summer spent at home in London

Our party page could have been blank this issue, but the human spirit always finds a way to emerge. Meghan MacKillop photographs London’s international soul, finding it alive, well and defiantly sipping aperitifs in Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and Notting Hill Top...

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Looking back on 125 years of Swarovski and into a new era

Looking back on 125 years of Swarovski and into a new era

Austrian crystal-maker Swarovski celebrates its 125th anniversary this year with a new creative director in charge. Operating in sectors from infrastructure to telescopes, it is most famous for its crystal figures and collaborations with the entertainment and fashion...

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