We all recognize the appeal of the perfect fit of custom-made suits and shoes, and now we can enjoy the same personification in our timepiece, thanks to a band of master craftsmen in Connecticut.
The term “Station Wagon” may evoke images of Chevy Chase and The Griswolds on vacation, but if you need to haul a lot of stuff, this BMW is a better option than a minivan or gargantuan SUV.
Bal Harbour is synonymous with exclusivity and excellence. The Bal Harbour Shops Collectors Weekend solidifies that reputation with special and limited-edition watches from the world’s premier watch and jewelry brands alongside an exhibition of prized show cars.
Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Jewelry Designer Irene Zingg was greatly influenced by the beauty of her surroundings and the tastes of her father who was a successful entrepreneur and fine jewelry collector.
It’s ironic that the same company that brought us the VW Beetle, the ”People’s Car,” also brings us a car that makes billionaires jealous if they see one roll past.
Christina Termine understands that a diamond is the ultimate symbol of love — valuable, precious and rare. Her 35-year career in the fine jewelry industry spans every facet from sales and buying to design and manufacturing, and her company Diamonds On The Key is at the forefront of everything that sparkles.
While a bulky wristwatch straight off a Navy SEAL makes a significant statement, occasionally one desires a more refined and elegant means of keeping track of time. For black-tie events and really special occasions, consider the Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Automatic.
Just as Bugatti automobiles combine the romance and Art Deco style of an air of the ‘30s with the most cutting-edge technology, so too does Parmigiani Fleur’s latest timepiece, the Type 390.
August Horch’s first carmaking firm, founded in 1898, bore his name (Horch & Cie), which he rather liked. So, when he started a new firm, he called it “Audi,” the Latin translation for “hark,” often pronounced “horch.”
When it comes to necessary accessories for your kitchen, there’s a thousand manufacturers vying for your attention. We’ve whittled down this year’s selection to a collection of appetizing additions.
Just as Mothra hated Godzilla in all those cheesy movies, Toyota’s Supra hated the Nissan Z car. Dropped 20 years ago in favor of the basic, boring Camry, the Supra is back and badder than ever.
We’re all in awe of the super-fit packs of bicyclists zooming around on carbon fiber racing bikes wearing aerodynamic helmets. If you want the instant respect but don’t look good in sweaty spandex, all you need is Richard Mille’s new cycling watch.
Hands have been the most important tool for mankind throughout history. This is especially true in the fine art that is the creation of Prosecco Foss Marai, where the grapes are harvested by hand in a rigorous and refined process.
Haute plumbing brand Franke is expanding its presence in the U.S. with the announcement of new retail destinations, with Farrey’s Lighting + Bath being the first in the entire East Coast.
The LH-Finance Pre-Qualification VIP Program gets potential buyers Very VIP access to the 30th Annual Miami Yacht Show, the city’s premier luxury yacht show on Collins Avenue.
In addition to an uncanny ability to wrangle electricity better than anyone, Nikola Tesla had a wicked sense of style. If he were around today, he might well be driving a Morgan EV3.
Owning a watch collection is exciting until you realize how much they are worth and all but the one currently on your wrist are stashed in a remarkably unsecure dresser drawer.
In honor of the Miami International Boat Show, we’ve scoured all corners of our marketplace for the finest in marine accessories sure to get you eager to set sail.
Key Biscayne becomes the ultimate destination for boating enthusiasts from around the globe as both the Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail drop anchor at the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin to create one all-inclusive venue featuring over $3 billion in all things nautical on Feb. 15-19. If that isn’t enough vessels, boat gear and accessories for you, there's also the completely separate Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue and the invitation-only Super Yachts Miami on Watson Island running concurrently featuring another $1 billion in yachts and nautical merchandise to explore.