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Aug. 28


Jaeger-LeCoultre Polo Masters Final

Polo Club de Veytay hosts the gripping final of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Polo Masters.  For the 14th consecutive year, Jaeger-LeCoultre is the sponsor of this tournament and will unveil an exhibition celebrating the 85 years of the Reverso.

Aug. 30

Belmond Grand Hibernian Inaugural Journey

Belmond’s seventh, and Ireland’s first, luxury sleeper train, the Belmond Grand Hibernian makes its debut departure from Dublin, journeying through the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Aug. 31


73rd Venice International Film Festival

In 2015, Jaeger-LeCoultre celebrated its ten years anniversary of close partnership with the Venice International Film Festival. Each year, Jaeger-LeCoultre pays tribute to the creative ingenuity of filmmakers by conferring the Glory to the Filmmaker Award on a personality “who has brought great innovation to contemporary cinema” (Alberto Barbera). Past honourees include Takeshi Kitano, Agnès Varda and, in 2015, Brian de Palma. Until 10 September.  Photo: Sebastiano Pessina

Sep. 01

Salon Privé

A grandiose garden party and glitzy Concours set over three days of British summertime in the historic grounds of Blenheim Palace. Until 3 September.

Sep. 01

British Airways Launches Heathrow – Tehran Route

Delayed from its original July 14 launch date, the British carrier adds this non-stop route to the Iranian capital.

Sep. 01

ore – Ducasse au Château de Versailles To Open This Month

Within the Palace of Versailles and marking the renovation of the Pavillon Dufour, this all-day establishment by Alain Ducasse will serve French classics, light bites and pastries by day, and transform into a memorable grand stage for private dinners come nightfall.

Sep. 01

PDT (Please Don’t Tell) Pop-Up Opens at Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona

For the month of September, the Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona’s Banker’s Bar will transform into a recreation of secretive New York speakeasy Please Don’t Tell. Until 30 Sep.

Sep. 01

Anantara Kalutara Resort Opens This Month

Now accepting reservations for September, this new 141-key beachfront getaway on the Sri Lanka’s southwestern coast lies on golden sand beaches and boasts a design by noted Sri Lankan architect, the late Geoffrey Bawa.

Sep. 02

Newport Museum of Yachting Classic Yacht Regatta

Sailing yachts by American master builders come together for three days of racing – the final stages of the North American Circuit – amid the stately grandeur of Newport’s mansion-lined Narragansett Bay. Until 4 September.

Sep. 02

Maison et Objet

The second Parisian edition of the design and furnishings fair this year, the show is split over three focus areas: Maison, focusing on interiors and decoration; Objet, examining concepts and retail spaces; Influences, on luxury design and architecture. Until Sep 06.

Sep. 03

Decoded Exhibition at von Bartha

The works of American abstract painter James Howell exhibits at Basel’s von Bartha gallery, exploring the artists’ experimental approach to colour theory – notably of which, Howell’s meticulous approach to tones of grey. Until 15 Oct.

Sep. 03

Tokyo Photographic Art Museum Reopens

Reopening after two years of renovation work, the former Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography takes a new name and welcomes visitors back amid 20th- anniversary celebrations, and exhibitions including the works of Hiroshi Sugimoto.