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Sep. 01

Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara Opens This Month

Joining the fold in the bustling Malaysian capital this month, the 312-key hotel, designed by the illustrious Wilson Associates, is set on Damansara Hill, not far from the city’s major commercial centres.

Sep. 08

Maison and Objet Paris Returns

Various exhibitors from the worlds of textiles, tableware, design and decoration, among others, return to Nord Villepinte for this varied trade fair. Until 12 September.

Sep. 11

Biennale des Antiquaires Paris Now Yearly

A defining moment in the event’s long history, as the Biennale has upped its frequency from every two years. Collectors’ exhibits glisten proudly under the glass roof of the Grand Palais. Until 17 September.

Sep. 12

Cannes Yachting Festival 40th Anniversary

In addition to the usual eclectic array of boats on show, to celebrate this landmark year there is a “grand event” promised, plus the now ubiquitous concours d’elegance showing off yet more vintage and contemporary vessels. Until 17 September.

Sep. 14

Contemporary Istanbul Commences

The unique position of Istanbul as a bridge between East and West has created a vibrant contemporary art scene. It’s on display at the 12th edition of the fair, with galleries, artists, and collectors from across both Asia and Europe.

Sep. 15

London Fashion Week Back Once More

Expect an array of great, truly unique and bizarre garments to be on show at the autumn edition of the twice-yearly communal fashion statement. Until 19 September.

Sep. 15

Opening of LAPADA London

One of only two events each year at Mayfair’s delightful Berkeley Square, the art and antiques fair sees some 100 exhibitors show off their wares of tapestries, clocks, ceramics and fine art, among others. Until 20 September.

Sep. 15

W Suzhou Opening

The marque’s latest establishment has décor inspired by the opera scene. The 379-key hotel will offer remarkable views of Jinji Lake, with the attractions of the ‘Venice of the East’ – its resplendent Unesco-listed gardens among them – reachable by foot.

Sep. 16

London Design Festival is Back

Art fans descend on London once again for a festival that promotes the city as “the design capital of the world”. This year, the esteemed Landmark Project is Camille Walala’s Villa Walala – a huge vinyl and PVC “building-block” castle. Until 24 September.

Sep. 16

The 15th Istanbul Biennial Starts

Instigated by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, the biennial boasts of having established a strong network between local and international artists. This year’s theme is a ‘good Neighbour’, focusing on notions of home and belonging. Until 12 November.

Sep. 22

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light Begins

The event’s second annual iteration kicks off its celebration of Central Australian Aboriginal art in the Northern Territory’s Alice Springs. Until 1 October.

Sep. 22

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa Grand Opening

The museum – the biggest in Africa for more than 100 years, and the only one on the continent dedicated entirely to contemporary work – will collect and exhibit 21st-century African art. The Silo hotel – already open – sits in the upper floors.

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