The luxury Swiss brand is modernising its mechanical watches to appeal to younger customers.
One of Paris' last remaining feather artists Eric Charles-Donatien opened his workshop's doors for Living it.
Meet two artists from the Swedish countryside who created their own one of a kind art.
The products of the luxury brand are entirely handmade by Madeiran women.
Traditional Dutch pottery Delft Blue is married with modern design
Welcome to UGEARS’ workshop, where horses, trains and instruments powered by gears, cranks and rubber bands are crafted.
Making croquet balls is a tedious, demanding profession. Only three people in the world are qualified croquet ball makers. Paul Manwaring is
150-year-old craft from Madeira
Five trends for this autumn
The summer of Jessica Clements
Leading the way to a cleaner future for food
Ideas and exploration at Venice Architecture Biennale
The Galanopoulos family has started the business in the 1800s.
A two-century old cosmetics officine gives away a few well-kept beauty secrets.
Our stay in this iconic French brasserie, luxury family-owned hotel and confidential Parisian nightlife hotspot
Kakuho Fujii's passion is to create tiny figures.
Spoons have been used in Russian folk music for hundreds of years.
Inspired by artists and guarded by tradition, the luxury brand opens its redesigned boutique in Lyon.
There wouldn't be Chanel No 5 as we know it without the addition of this delicate pink rose.
Take a sneak peek into the last workshop in Greece that makes authentic, traditional costumes.
Egyptian craftsman remains loyal to the dying art of horse-drawn carriage manufacturing.
A private visit of Hublot’s manufacture in Nyon, Switzerland