In first place, as the world’s most influential and respected chef – according to Michelin-starred chefs – is France’s Michel Bras.
According to the annual Travel Leaders Group luxury survey, Cuba is going to be the biggest up and coming destination for the wealthy.
Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena has been selected as the Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate for 2016.
Over the course of 2015, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Volvo and McLaren have all set or are anticipating new sales records.
The search is on for the supermodels of 2016 and here are six new faces primed to challenge for global domination.
The world is running out of Ferraris to sell so change must come. There are still two Ferraris on this list but the other names are not minnows by any means.
Here are the top picks for destinations in 2016, whether it be for the buzz they’re generating, for milestone anniversaries, or for being uncharted territory.
There were a number of prestigious restaurant openings this year that were highly anticipated by the foodie community across the globe.
Behold the shortlist of nominees for European Car of the year 2016, released ahead of the awards ceremony on February 29 at the 2016 Geneva Motorshow.
Europe accounts for no less than 462 out of the 1000 restaurants in “La Liste” while Japan has 127 by itself, making it the most dominant country.
Expectations were certainly high but by the time the hammer fell on Wednesday night, the Land Rover Defender came through, raising £400,000 (US$598,440)
The Crewe-based firm has racked up no less than 18 awards this year, in markets as diverse as USA, Russia and China, as well as its home market of the UK.
The World Travel Awards has crowned Etihad Airways as “World’s Leading Airline” for the seventh year in a row.
For the third year in a row, Air New Zealand has been proclaimed the world’s best airline, overall, in a ranking that looks at safety and innovations.
Here are the six supercars we can’t wait to cover next year. From Aston Martin to Lamborghini, 2016 promises to be a bumper year.
Exasperated by the power of the British-based 50 Best, Paris strikes back with a list of its own, which boasts rigorous data crunching credentials.
The world’s most famous psychedelic Porsche is now also the most expensive 356 model. The convertible driven by the late Janis Joplin smashed auction estimates.
German fine watchmaking stalwarts A. Lange & Söhne is introducing the tourbillon with a stop-seconds and zero-reset function in a Handwerkskunst edition.
Tokyo is now home to the largest Saint Laurent store in the world – bigger even than your average penthouse.
When completed, Jeddah tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will be the world’s tallest tower at a full one kilometer high. Plans to build the tower are forging ahead after funds were secured earlier this week.