Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Gentleman’s Travel Guide to Monaco

For every man out there with a case of wanderlust, make Monaco your ultimate goal. Th city is home to the most prestigious gems in Europe’s hospitality industry, luxury men’s fashion, a ubiquitous display of high-end automobiles, and a thriving nightlife scene. Monaco is incontrovertibly one of the world’s most renowned luxury capitals and a playground for… Read More »

Walker Workshop’s Oak Pass Main House Is “Upside Down”

Walker Workshop Beverly Hills House The Oak Pass Main House is carefully perched atop a ridge amongst Oak woodlands in Beverly Hills, California. Designed by Los Angeles based architectural studio Walker Workshop, the modern residence finds itself at a vantage point overlooking panoramic views of canyons and canopies. Yet, it maintains an unobtrusive presence within… Read More »

Luxurious Travel to Off the Beaten Tracks Around the World

Exploring far-flung corners of the world have become a huge travel trend, especially among the burgeoning number of wealthy travellers who would rather trade a well-trodden tour in Paris for something more adventurous like witnessing the great migration in Kenya, though not surprising. The idea of travelling is now greatly emphasised by the experience and… Read More »

Tommy Hilfiger’s Former Greenwich Mansion Is Now On Sale

A few months after his luxury NYC duplex went on the market, another one of Tommy Hilfiger’s old houses located in Greenwich, Connecticut hits the market. At an asking price of $6.75 million, the price tag is more than a million shy of the buying price of $7.8 million in 2006. It seems no longer… Read More »

Retro Golden Globe Race for Mad Yachtsmen

The Retro Golden Globe Race is not for the fain-hearted yachtsmen. Each year, only a select, skilful yachtsmen will race across the ocean using “retro sailing” techniques sans modern equipment. Thy will use simple strong boats, traditional seamanship skills, grit, passion and lots of determination. This feat is more than just a physical challenge, it’s… Read More »

This 120-acre Oceanfront Property On A Private Island Could Be All Yours For $19.5 million

© ENGEL&VÖLKERS Located between the northern Vancouver Island and the British Columbia Coast is Stuart Island, a privately-owned island home to exclusive fishing lodges and large private estates. However, the island is not accessible by ferry; most visitors fly in on float planes and helicopters via a paved, private airstrip. Now, a 120-acre oceanfront and… Read More »

Summer’s Calling: Part 1

Mention summer vacations and idyllic images of European sojourns, music festivals, and road trips are conjured. While these holidays are great, they can require an extended leave of absence and can also be a pain to put together. For this writer, summer vacations would ideally be languid and chill, freely kicking off shoes in the… Read More »