on 31st May 2012 | No Comments »
On April 26, the maiden voyage ceremony of Azimut Magellano 50 was held at Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club.
Magellano 50, as the first long range 50 foot yacht in the world that acquired the RINA Green Plus certification, shows its respect towards the marine environment with its eco-compatibility as a motor yacht.
French brand Lacoste has chosen retired Brazilian tennis player Gustavo Kuerten as the new face for its “Unconventional Chic” campaign.
The three-time champion of the French Open (between 1997-2001) appears in the company’s new ads, some of which were shot in black and white.
When the choice was announced by the brand behind the crocodile logo, the tennis player described the French Open and Lacoste as being part of his childhood dreams, now “become reality.”
Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts has recently unveiled a revamped website. New features, which include sharing the best of the group’s photography, aim to help travellers get closer to their destinations.
To commemorate the new site, the group is set to launch the ‘#LovingTheMoment’ Instagram initiative to encourage everyone to share photos of their location.
After working together for eight years, sporting goods giant Adidas has opened its first Stella McCartney flagship store in London, UK.
The 800-square-foot (75 sq m), two-story shop is located next to the Adidas flagship store on Fulham Road in the Brompton Cross area.
The store features McCartney’s luxury performance line of yoga and tennis outfits, fashion-forward running ensembles, swimwear, gym bags, and outerwear.
French luxury brands from Chanel to Vuitton on Wednesday launch a campaign with several European countries to fight back against the increasingly lucrative and damaging flood of counterfeit goods.
The global market for luxury fakes has exploded, fed by Asia where 85 percent of articles seized in Europe are produced and the increasing popularity of on-line shops that give the buyer a sense of anonymity and impunity.
From June 4 to July 1, Brussels is offering a sky high culinary experience with “Dinner in the Sky”, a unique opportunity to discover Belgian gastronomy in an unusual way.
The Dinner in the Sky event will allow more than 600 guests to take part in this lofty eating experience, seated at a “flying dinner table” set 30 meters above one of four key tourist sites in the city.