A new business-class-only airline offering flights between Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport and the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey (located about 15 miles from Manhattan) is debuting this summer.
Piero Lissoni is one of several creative contributors on a massive new project in Miami. Lissoni will design the interiors for the common areas in Miami’s One Paraiso tower, which breaks ground this fall.
The latest addition to a collection that fuses technical prowess with fanciful visual styling, Van Cleef and Arpels’s Midnight Planetarium Poetic Complication brings the movements of the heavenly bodies to the wrist.
The jewelry designer Pippa Small pays homage to the fascinating jewelry legacy of Afghanistan with a collection of large, colorful gemstone pieces ($150 to $5,000), using stones sourced from throughout the country in designs that reflect its unique culture.
In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los Angeles gallery and called it the Mistake Room—a moniker inspired by Glenn Kaino’s performance art piece by the same name.
Air France recently introduced its most extravagant seating option yet, the La Première suite. More like a private cabin than an airline seat, the suite provides passengers with more than 32 square feet of personal space.
The Dutch shipbuilder Feadship, which has roots dating back 165 years, recently launched Como, a 152-foot superyacht that, at the request of its New Zealander owner, was designed with a special focus on maximizing the use of glass.
Aside from its signature ultra-comfortable driving shoes and handmade leather goods, Tod’s is giving men another reason to visit its Beverly Hills boutique with the J.P. Club, a men’s lounge on the top floor.
In celebration of its 200th anniversary, James Purdey and Sons, the London-based company known for its bespoke guns and hunting apparel, has introduced a series of limited-edition pieces ranging from silver and guns to leather and china.