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Calendar 2019

Jan. 21

Hahnenkamm Ski Races Begin

Journey to the sensational Kitzbühl Alps in Austria to witness some of the most skilful skiers on the planet competing in one of the races that makes up the revered – and much coveted – Alpine Skiing World Cup. Until 27 January.

Jan. 21

World Snow Festival Starts

An easy-on-the-eye Swiss village welcomes the imposing spectacle of metres-high snow blocks sculpted into everything from huge fists to neon-lit canines. Ends 26 January.

Jan. 24

Oregon Truffle Festival: Eugene and Willamette Valley Truffle Country Weekend

Back for a 14th year, the first part of the festival (the second is in February) will feature a truffle dog contest, forums, a truffle hunt and a wide-ranging marketplace, packed with artisan food samples and cooking demonstrations. Ends 27 January.

Feb. 03

White Turf Gallops into View

This much-anticipated event is of course one of the biggest horse races on the calendar, but it is also an opportunity for mingling, superlative music and eye-catching art in these breathtaking mountain environs. Races on 3, 10 and 17 February.

Feb. 04

Stockholm Design Week Returns

Key influencers and designers congregate in the Swedish capital for this now unmissable fair that puts on more than 200 events and helps burgeoning talents to make a name for themselves. Until 10 February.

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By Elisa Vallata

SIHH 2019: Vacheron Constantin goes into the blue with the new Patrimony Retrograde Day-Date. The model features a pink-gold case and a midnight-blue dial with sunburst satin finishing.

By Elisa Vallata

SIHH 2019: it’s all about confectionary at Richard Mille this year. The brand launched its Bonbon Collection, divided into two lines: six models of “Fruit” and four of “Sweets”, all designed by Cécile Guenat.

By Elisa Vallata

SIHH 2019: A. Lange & Söhne’s iconic Lange 1 is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a new white-gold version limited to 250 pieces, featuring a deep-blue printed argenté dial and an engraving of Lange’s headquarters on the back.

By Avril Groom

Fans of the understated design and exemplary craft of German watch brand A. Lange & Söhne can now enjoy its first standalone London store. In-house offerings include the limited edition, burgundy pink Little Lange.

By Elisa Vallata

Until Friday London jeweller Bentley & Skinner is hosting the Jewels Inspired by Nature exhibition, showcasing 44 stunning enamelled pieces by contemporary Russian designer Ilgiz F influenced by the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods.

By Avril Groom

Tod’s has unveiled the first in a new series of collaborations with other designers: Alessandro Dell’Acqua, best known for a lingerie-inspired take on femininity, adds velvet bows and kitten heels to the iconic pebble-soled shoe, among other items.

PRU, Jim Ophorst’s farm-to-table restaurant at Trisara Phuket, which plates delicious meals using the locale’s abundant harvest, has been awarded a Michelin star – the province’s first.

Wilderness Safaris’ six-tent Magashi camp in Rwanda, set to open in March, will offer its guests life-affirming tours on which chances to spot rare wildlife such as the shoebill stork will be in abundance.

Image: Wilderness Safaris

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Crafting Excellence

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