In his quest to create the finest exotic-skin travel bags, the entrepreneur Jason Stalvey tirelessly searches for big, single cuts of alligator skins to create his seamless signature Stalvey carryalls and duffels from a sole gator; other companies are more likely to piece skins together to make a large bag.
Several years ago, Roy Gandy, founder of Rega Research—a U.K. manufacturer of hi-fi audio equipment best known for its turntables and tonearms—invited a group of industry journalists to his home to see his product-development sanctuary.
X-Technology, in Wollerau, Switzerland, has launched a new line of performance wear called X-Bionic for Automobili Lamborghini, which is engineered to enhance the performance of runners, cyclists, skiers, golfers, and even drivers.
With a fleet of cars that includes top performers from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Aston Martin, and others, Exotics Racing offers the opportunity to race these high-performance vehicles at its 1.2-mile, seven-turn course at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where the company offers fun and instructional sessions.
Exclusive Resorts, the Denver-based private destination club, has unveiled the Gateway travel card, allowing its members to pre-purchase 21 or more days of travel while avoiding potential price hikes and surprise fees.
A wave of restorations has surged through Manhattan’s historically rich buildings from the Roaring ’20s, and these newly revamped relics now house the city’s most desirable state-of-the-art penthouses.
Pastrovich Studio—a yacht-design firm founded by Stefano Pastrovich, designer of the WallyPower range of vessels from Monaco’s Wally Yachts—recently unveiled a new classification system that places its yachts into one of five categories based on owner lifestyle rather than boat size or layout.
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.