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On International Women’s Day on 8th March 2019, we applauded the achievements of women from all walks of life, working to make a positive difference. From writing a worldwide hit to becoming a fashion icon and working mum, singer Róisín Murphy is a disco superstar who lends her own style of quirky glamour to everything she touches.
Renowned dermatologists and plastic surgeons, who have all developed their own groundbreaking skincare lines, share their philosophies and thoughts on the best way to care for your complexion. They also explain the latest high-tech innovations that are even working on reversing the ageing process.
Purchasing a work of art is a thoroughly enjoyable experience. But can you remain risk-averse to stolen art, even when visiting the world’s most reputable art fairs? Yes, you can and Noah Charney explains how.
Pulled the trigger on that new Lamborghini? Now you need somewhere to park it. Stephen Worthy runs through the options at the higher end of the market.
Manhattan is used to seeing its skyline change like the weather. But the latest development to hit the Big Apple promises to completely redefine an entire area of the city, offering world- class office space, luxurious opportunities for loosening the purse strings, spectacular hotel rooms and an outdoor viewing platform that puts those at the World Trade Center and Empire State Building in the shade.
What do Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o, astronaut Julie Payette, Shell chairman Jorma Ollila and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands all have in common? The answer: they are all graduates of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.
Is it time for a change for Baselworld, the biggest, most luxurious watch fair? Boyd Farrow sizes up its future, ahead of this year’s event.
Van Gogh lived in England as a young man for a few years at an important time of his life. He walked the streets alone, dreaming of the future. He fell in love with British culture, especially the novels of Charles Dickens and George Eliot. And he was inspired by the art he saw.
International Women’s Day was officially launched by the UN in 1975, as a worldwide annual event, to celebrate women’s achievements – from the political to the social – while also igniting debate on the ongoing issues around gender equality.
Culture, Style, Travel
Once the most famous model in the US, Audrey Munson's image appears all over New York City. And yet few know her remarkable story.
Will Jewel Changi Airport’s new waterfall, canopy walkways, and adult play-parks win over long-haul travellers? Alex Rayner sizes up Singapore’s new bid for major hub status
Culture, Lifestyle, Travel
It might be hard to strip out screen addiction on land, but take to the seas on a Cunard voyage, and it’s plain sailing.
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