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Wellbeing is at the heart of the revitalised Six Senses Kaplankaya, which reopens on 1 May. Expect gadget-packed guest rooms, flower-filled private gardens and health-leaning eateries.

By Avril Groom

Burberry designer Christopher Bailey’s swan-song London Fashion Week collection reflects the sports style that marked the brand’s 1990s heyday. Includes the new rainbow stripe supporting LGBT charities.

By Avril Groom

Just in time for Valentine’s – William & Son’s unique Beneath the Rose suite. Perfectly matched rough rubies from Mozambique and Burma yield rich, pink-toned stones for a necklace, bracelet, drop earrings and ring.

By Avril Groom

The “largest-ever” certified brilliant D-Flawless diamond, of 102.34 carats, is on view today and tomorrow at Sotheby’s in London. Mined in Botswana and cut over six months, it’s on private sale through Sotheby's Diamonds.

Named after its co-founder and its first purpose-built vessel, Aurora Expeditions' Greg Mortimer is 104m long and fitted with cutting-edge technology to enable calm cruising through perilous seas.

By Farhad Heydari

Paying tribute to its 1905 store named after a Dickens novel, Bulgari has opened a New Curiosity Shop in Rome; it will showcase both artefacts and new jewellery collections.

By NetJets

NetJets and Four Seasons have joined forces to offer three curated experiences: a six-day mountain adventure, a four-day island getaway to Hawaii, and a six-night European escape.

By Avril Groom

The first exhibition of Azzedine Alaïa’s work since his death is by top curator Olivier Saillard in Paris; it shows Alaïa’s mastery of cut and decorative finesse in 41 outfits from 1981 to last year.

By Avril Groom

Graphic design and op art surrealism graced Paris haute couture – Schiaparelli referenced modern art in the 1930s, and Dior topped its show with a masked ball.

By Elisa Vallata

IWC Schaffhausen celebrates its 150th anniversary with the Jubilee Collection of limited edition pieces. These watches – with a lacquer dial – combine heritage with new technical milestones and a discerning design.

By Avril Groom

Van Cleef & Arpels’ Lady Arpels Planétarium timepiece, showcased at SIHH, is more complex than the men’s version – as the planets go around the sun, the diamond moon circles the earth and the comet tells the time.

By Elisa Vallata

Jaeger-LeCoultre opened at SIHH in Geneva with the launch of five new Polaris watch models, featuring a more contemporary design and a steel, leather or rubber strap.