Luxury watch maker TAG Heuer has unveiled a special re-release of one of their vintage models, the Monaco Vintage Chronograph.
Originally released in 1973, the model comes on the heels of a 40th anniversary Monaco model.
According to Calibre11.com, the Monaco Vintage is basically a grey version of the 40th Anniversary Monaco released last year, with two important differences.
Firstly, the case of the Monaco Vintage is finished in a subtle charcoal stainless steel and secondly, the Monaco Vintage will sell for almost half the price.”
A penthouse flat in Monaco has been sold for â‚¬240M (US$304) in one of the most expensive residential property sales to date.
La Belle Epoque, a property occupied by Christian and his brother Nick Candy, has been bought by an unnamed Middle Eastern investor.
Each suite in the penthouse, the top two floors of a block of flats, has its own cinema, kitchen, dressing room and two bathrooms, and it has a spa, library and gardens.
Prince Albert II of Monaco, long one of Europe’s most eligible bachelors, on Wednesday finally announced a long-awaited engagement to South African champion swimmer Charlene Wittstock.
A brief statement from the palace in the 52-year-old’s tiny Mediterranean statelet confirmed the engagement, but did not put a date on the eventual wedding, which courtiers will be hoping might produce a legitimate heir.
Prince Albert is the son of deceased Prince Rainier III and the late Hollywood actress Grace Kelly and has ruled Monaco, where he is broadly well-liked by his 8,000 subjects, since succeeding his father in July 2005.
on 2nd June 2010 | 5 Comments »
From 9 to 13 July 2010, the Dining Event company, which specializes in culinary events will install their extraordinary ‘pop-up’ restaurant in Monaco.
Suspended a hundred feet above the bay of Monaco, fifteen separate dinners will be served during the week by the greatest European chefs.
JoÃ«l Robuchon (HÃ´tel MÃ©tropole – Monaco), Marcel Ravin (HÃ´tel Monte-Carlo – Monaco), Christian Sinicropi (HÃ´tel Martinez – Cannes).
on 31st May 2010 | 5 Comments »
Gucci has launched a new limited edition collection, available only at the flagship stores of Capri, Monaco and Cannes, strategic locations for tourism and international shopping.
This collection is characterized by three distinct colors, which draw inspiration from their corresponding city: Capri Green for Capri, Sporting Red for Monte Carlo and Lilac for Cannes.
on 15th May 2010 | No Comments »
Steinmetz, the Geneva Switzerland based diamond company, have signed a deal with McLaren to show off their spectacular jewels.
In previous years at Monaco, McLaren’s drivers have had their initials encrusted onto their helmets with diamonds, but Steinmetz have opted for a more hands on approach for the 2010 showpiece event.
Hamilton will have the number ‘08â€² and Button ‘09â€² in diamonds on their steering wheels to celebrate the drivers recent victories in Monaco in 2008 and 2009.