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We work to support our members in their busy lives by providing them with their own dedicated lifestyle manager and luxury concierge service, on-hand 24 hours a day to take charge of day-to-day tasks that take up precious time.

Whether it’s securing a last-minute booking at a Michelin-starred restaurant, gaining access to a sold-out event or organising business trips and dream holidays, Quintessentially's lifestyle managers take care of all the details, so that our members can get on with enjoying life.

For specialised requests that involve bespoke experiences or especially niche expertise, Quintessentially can fully assist in dozens of specialist areas to satisfy all members. We do this thanks to our network of more than 60 global offices served by 1500 lifestyle managers and luxury specialists armed with deep, pointed local knowledge, on-hand 24/7/365 in 35 languages.

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Art

Can a modern family portrait be frame-worthy?

The art historian Noah Charney runs through the best ways to capture your loved ones’ likeness.

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Business Lifestyle

An investor's guide to buying a castle

Wish you could live in a castle? Here’s how you could make your dream come true. Noah Charney runs through the options if you want to add drawbridges and crenellations to your property portfolio.

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Culture Lifestyle

Super Tutors

From the ‘7+’ through to GCSEs, A-levels and university finals, the lead-up to exams can be tough for even the most diligent pupils. Here, Quintessentially’s education specialists offer some ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ to help students in any system worldwide who are facing revision.

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Style Travel

How to dress elegantly for Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d’Este

Are you going to the world’s chicest classic car rally? Then you’ll need to look the part. Lauren Cochrane lays out a high-fashion roadmap.

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Experiences Lifestyle

Chef Nuno Mendes explains his supper club-style experience at Mãos in Shoreditch

Few chefs have had as much impact on the British culinary scene as Nuno Mendes, and his latest venture shows that his instinct for defining modern dining is as strong as ever.

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Style

Lady Alice Manners discusses the Maison de Saison pop-up

Quintessentially was recently in conversation with fashion model, stylist and columnist, Lady Alice Manners, who explained the concept behind her season-themed pop-up store, Maison de Saison, on London’s Savile Row…
 

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Experiences Lifestyle

How does the Monaco Grand Prix stay ahead of the curve?

It’s motor racing’s most famous and glamorous event, but with its contract up for review in 2020, what does the future have in store for the Monaco Grand Prix? Could it really drop off the F1 calendar? Stephen Worthy investigates…
 

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Culture Lifestyle Travel

How to travel without hurting the planet

 From reef protection to plane fuel made from logs, Joe Minihane runs through the best ways to go green when travelling in 2019.

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Lifestyle Style

The 71st annual Met Gala Ball in pictures

The 71st annual Met Ball in New York was themed as ‘camp’. Here’s a taste of who wore what.
 

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Art Culture

All you need to know about this summer’s Serpentine Pavilion

Clare Dowdy fills us in on the high-profile, temporary, contemporary piece of architecture coming to London’s Hyde Park this June.

 

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Art Culture Lifestyle

Putnam & Putnam – talking seasonal blooms and celebrity weddings with New York’s first couple of floristry

Putnam & Putnam was founded in 2014 by NYC’s preeminent floral designer Michael Putnam and his partner Darroch Putnam. Their namesake brand is now the go-to for flowers for any occasion, garnering clients like Vogue, Martha Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow along the way. 

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Business Lifestyle

Leading Lady

From music executive to TV producer and charity organiser, Desiree Gruber brings activism, business and creativity together – for the benefit of people all over the world.