Luxury brand Louis Vuitton Moët & Chandon, whose portfolio of wine and spirit brands includes names like Hennessy, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot and Krug, has released a coffee table book that gives readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the estates that produce its world famous wines and bubbly.
Check out this unique LEGO-inspired clutch by Chanel for the Spring/Summer 2013 Collection! The clutch comes in multiple colours to match your wardrobe.
The Italian carmaker plans to unveil three new models in 2013, starting with the new Quattroporte, which will be on display in Motor City between January 19 and 27.
Aside from what can be gleaned from a few pictures, little information has been released regarding the specs and other details on the new generation four-door GT.
The signature characteristics of the previous model will remain, but the design will be sportier and modernized, and the car will be propelled by a brand new engine.
Investcorp, an alternative investment firm in Bahrain, has agreed to buy Danish luxury retailer Georg Jensen for $140 million, the Gulf-based company said on Monday.
Time Tech recently announced their Best Inventions of 2012 list and included in the list is Google Glass, Google’s augmented reality eyewear project.
Hailed by Time magazine as “the device that will make augmented reality part of our daily lives,” the tech giant’s Google Glass headset has already been released to developers and is expected to go on general sale in 2014, priced at $1500.
The device incorporates a speaker, microphone, computer display and forward-facing camera and enables users to surf the internet, take photos, check email, and make and receive phone calls, all through voice and gesture commands.
The device is classified as augmented reality because of the way in which it presents information and data. As the wearer looks in a certain direction, information specific to what the user can see will be presented in a non-intrusive manner in their field of vision, whether it is historical information about landmarks, the quickest route to the closest subway station, or reviews of the restaurants that line the street.
The European Commission said Friday it had no intention for the moment to ban or impose limits on perfumes or cosmetics found to cause an allergic reaction.
A luxury Irish hotel made famous in the classic John Wayne movie “The Quiet Man” went on sale on Wednesday for half the price paid for it five years ago.
Editors of Wine Enthusiast magazine have released their picks for the top 100 wines that should bypass the dinner table and head straight to the cellar for storage.