A private visit of Hublot’s manufacture in Nyon, Switzerland
Design, culture and quality are some of the words that describe the Salone del Mobile Milano, the leading international and trendsetter furniture
A conversation with premium coffee connoisseur and entrepreneur Amir Gehl
Ohio-based artist Steve Casino has created tiny replicas of the royals using nuts.
Our exclusive interview with Frederic Simon of Alila Hotels
Artists added a modern twist to the traditional design.
Julianne Moore told Living it about her motivations concerning sustainable jewellery
Flying taxi in Paris
Jaguar's all-electric race car prototype presented in Berlin
Bages, the gem of the Médoc peninsula
Exploring Taste of Paris, the festival of gastronomy in Paris
Royal wedding - just the hats
Traditional artisans are working on a number of commemorative collections for the royal wedding.
A small French factory decided to revive the desire for the luxury of silk stockings.
A pair of shoes for 20 years - Bavarian shoemakers produce high-quality shoes using leather made from fish skin
An award-winning contemporary designer gives a new life to a thousand-year old jewellery technique.
The medieval astronomical clock has stopped for six months.
The new watches starring at ‘Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie’ in Geneva.
From the unique to the extreme, and a few dotted in-between, here are the best pieces of 2017.
Only products manufactured end-to-end in the French Haute-Vienne county will have the right to bear the official name.
Traditional watchmaking is about patience, precision, enthusiasm, accuracy and concentration – coupled with years of learning. In the Swiss Vallée
Since 1936, Maison Michel has been producing stylish headpieces.