Six Senses’ handcrafted cruise vessel Dhahab, which set sail from the Omani Zighy Bay resort last week, combines Arabic classicism with mod cons such as an air-conditioned saloon.
Families and friends can tuck themselves away in the clandestine Maldivian Royal Residence hugging the Indian Ocean, with a resplendent private beach tantalisingly close. Up to 14 people also get two villas, a king-sized suite and two swimming pools.
Montblanc this week unveiled its revamped New Bond Street flagship boutique. The former Georgian townhouse showcases the brand’s watches and accessories across two floors, amidst Mayfair’s classy surroundings.
Scandinavian principles are behind Oslo’s stunning upgraded airport terminal, opening today. Architects Nordic blend local timber with recycled steel and volcanic ash-mixed concrete – plus introduce a 300-metre-long skylight – to help ensure sustainability and improve passenger wellbeing via day-lit spaces.
The magnificent 887-carat “La Gloria” – one of the largest museum-quality emeralds in the world – goes on auction today as part of the Marcial de Gomar Collection presented by Guernsey’s at the Americas Society in New York City. Bidding starts at 7pm EST.
Aqua Restaurant Group’s traditional Chinese junk boat Aqua Luna II was launched this week into Hong Kong harbour. The vessel, which will offer cruises filled with dim sum and cocktails, is clad in Ming dynasty livery complete with imperial dragon-bearing sails.
Indoor-outdoor living forms the basis of the Montage Residences Los Cabos complex, Mexico. Wood-accented furniture and white oak millwork abound in all 52 of these two- and three-bedroomed properties, with floor-to-ceiling doors letting in Santa Maria Bay panoramas.
Hip beauty brand Buly 1803 has landed in Japan with this cut-in-half Tokyo store. The Far East meets France here: on the left, waxed-cement sleekness; on the right, imported wood cabinets housing the boutique’s delightful goods.
Silversea’s latest flagship Silver Muse – boasting accommodation for 596 guests – was christened today in Monaco. The line’s ninth vessel weds intimacy with spacious suites and provides eight splendid dining spots.
Making its debut today, the new Tessa Packard collection, Lost & Found, uses unusual materials and techniques to create a fun, whimsical and, above all, stylish array of unique pieces.
The two 2,500 sq. ft. two-bedroom Iconic Suites – perched above the bridge aboard the soon-to-launch Celebrity Edge – each boast a 700 sq. ft. veranda with 270-degree views and are as genre-redefining as the ship itself.