Page 1


Issue 33 £4.95














Jaguar have won the race to design and build a fully electric SUV. The I-PACE is the perfect blend of class, comfort and speed.


Bicester Heritage caters to over 35 specialist businesses on site ranging from historic grand prix car preparers and magneto specialists, to dealers and exhaust manufacturers. All providing a supportive ecosystem that is revolutionising historic car ownership.


Bucherer presents the Harley-Davidson Blue Edition, the latest and most unusual member of the Bucherer Blue Editions watch collection.


Hidden in the myth-filled hills of ‘Monkey Mountain’ in the heart of the Son Tra Peninsula nature reserve, the five-star InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a work of art as much as a resort.


St. Nicolas Bay Resort Hotel & Thalassa Villas Luxury Villas at the Waterfront.


IWC Schaffhausen is expanding its Portugieser family to include two classically elegant models. The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer is launching the first Portugieser watch in the current collection to have a perpetual calendar and platinum case.



Lake View Villa Orlando - 4 bedroom luxury villa from £109 per night

Suffolk based jewellery designer, Emily Mortimer Hendry celebrates a year of striking gold.




The Chloe Fall 2018 collection designed by Natacha Ramsay-Levi evolves a confident through line from the debut runway collection, by building upon a feminine wardrobe with timeless, urban élan.


Explore the Evolution of Savil Row with Richard Anderson’s “Making The Cut”

Atkinson-art : Wrought Ironwork, Luxury Metal Art and Jewellery handmade by Charles Atkinson in Cornwall, England.


The Rule Breakers - Purveyors of fine jewellery the House of Luxury, partnered with the COUTURE show, Las Vegas, to launch an exciting new fine jewellery concept ‘Wild Things London’.


The summer months are finally here, which means replacing your trusty beanie with the perfect Panama from Hicks & Brown.


COVER STORY - Designed for the sea. Oscar3 Mylius 65’, designed by Alberto Simeone in collaboration with the P+F studio, is the result of a perfect synthesis of form and function.


Electiconic Collections


Langham Hotels collaborates with Hunter on limited-edition hunter original for Langham pink wellington boots.

TEAM Editor in Chief Antony Holter T: 01227 392544 E:

Business Manager Josh Holmes T: 01304 806039 E:

Digital Manager Jamie Bullock T: 01227 392571 E:

Editor Lucy Holden T: 01304 806039 E :

Studio Designer James Sayer T: 01304 806039 E:

Contributor Katie Pollard - Hicks & Brown

Automotive Editor Benjamin Dubois T: 01227 392529 E:

Sales Director Judy Yuken T: 01227 392569 E:

Editorial Assistant Katie Essex T: 01304 806039 E:

Publishing Director Martin Holmes T: 01304 806039 E:


MH Media Global Ltd Office 15, Second Floor, Innovation House, Discovery Park, Ramsgate Rd, Sandwich, Kent, CT13 9FD

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of material published in The Art Of Luxury however, the publishers accept no responsibility for the claims or opinions made by advertisers, manufacturers or contributors. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, mechanical, electronic (including photocopying) or stored in any information retrieval system without the prior consent of the publisher.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

JAGUAR I-PACE Jaguar have won the race to design and build a fully electric SUV. The I-PACE is the perfect blend of class, comfort and speed.

Written by Benjamin Dubois - Automotive Contributor

In May, The Art of Luxury were invited by Jaguar to travel to

Our first impression of the car when picking it up at the airport

PortimĂŁo, Portugal, to experience the I-PACE along the beautiful

was one of surprise at how large the vehicle was. At just under

coast of the Algarve. This involved a full weekend of putting

4.7 meters long it is roughly equivalent to a Porche Macan, but

the car through its paces, both off and on road and even on

still manages to look sporty and sleek at the same time. The

the world class circuit Autodromo Internacional do Algarve. To

length allows the Jaguar to fit 432 high energy density Lithium-

say we were excited is a huge understatement. To be invited as

ion pouch cells into the floor of the car helping to achieve an

one of the first to test drive such a revolutionary and industry

incredibly low centre of gravity, thus optimizing composure

changing car was an honour.

and reducing body roll. These thoughtful designs helps to increase the aerodynamic performance of the car. You might be

The I-PACE is incredibly significant for Jaguar as it is their first

wondering why an SUV needs to be particularly aerodynamic,

offering into the ever-growing landscape of electric vehicles.

as historically SUVs have always been large bricks of a vehicle

The SUV is king at the moment and with this trend only looking

which simply pushes all of the air out of the way rather than

to continue, manufactures have placed their attention to the

slicing through.

future... that future being electric. Many still have reservations when it comes to electric vehicles, mostly being centred around one of three things: range anxiety, charging times and speed. If you are one of these people, then Jaguar have the answer. Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Ian Callum, Director of Design for Jaguar, explained that

in each axle delivering all –wheel drive and again, contributing

the reason for this design choice in the past was due to the

to the I-PACEs low centre of gravity. All of this efficiency means a

limitations of the typical engine and transmission gear that was

range of up to 298 miles as measured by the WLTP test cycle.

required. When designing a standard car, you start with the huge mechanical parts that are necessary - the placement of these isn’t too flexible. For example, there is no getting around the huge 4 litre V8 in your typical Range Rover of the past. Add in the transmission gear and drive shaft, and before you know it the proportions of the rest of the car are almost dictated by the mechanics underneath. However, this wasn’t the case with the I-Pace which has been completely designed from the ground up with the only large mechanical pieces being the two high efficiency electric motors. Packaging them concentrically with the single-speed transmissions makes them as compact as possible. Their position


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

For those longer journeys, a quick 40-minute stop at one of the UK’s many public rapid chargers would top you up to 80% charge. If instead you wished to charge the I-PACE overnight at home, the same battery life would take 10 hours, so perfect for an overnight charge. Upon driving the car, it quickly became clear quite how powerful the motors were. It boasts 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds, with 696Nm of torque. Now there are not many cars which could put such a smile on your face when you put the pedal down, double up as a great family car, and on top of all of that, cope with off-road conditions with extreme temperatures as low as -40°C. The I-Pace really left ourselves wanting for nothing.

As for the interior of the vehicle, it was simply superb. Exactly the sort of quality that Jaguar are famed for. As the Director of Design, Ian Callum described “Being inside the I-Pace is to experience something special and that is what a Jaguar is all about”. With a Touch Pro Duo infotainment system combined with the floating centre console, it affords a huge amount of room to stretch out and enjoy the ride as a passenger, and as a drive it gives you full control. We were especially pleased to see actual switches and buttons to control the climate system. For those that have driven a Tesla, trying to adjust the centre console on the move can be worrisome at best. To top this off, a large glass panoramic sun roof runs the entire length of the car, flooding the cabin with light and amplifying the sense of space. After spending a weekend with the car, driving through the stunning Algarve we all agreed, Jaguar have excelled. With the I-PACE being designed and engineered from the ground up in the UK the feeling of pride was strong. Once again, Jaguar, an iconic British brand are pushing the boundaries producing an outstanding car that beats their rivals on price, luxury and finish. With prices starting at £63,495, with a further £4500 government grant available, the future is truly here...

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury




The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018



LANDED Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


“We had a whole page to describe a new feature, product or service to say how great we are, but we think our product and service speaks for itself so we didn't need it!!� Just look to the right!

We offer a bespoke hire service to clients that want to do more than just hire a car, whether it be for a short break, a special occasion or for the sheer thrill of driving. 4x4 Vehicle Hire Elite specialise in high end marques in London that have luxurious interiors and upgraded exterior features, so they stand out from the crowd along with our service…

What sets us apart from mainstream car hire firms: • Our prices don’t fluctuate between peak season and low season, same clear pricing at all times! a lot more competitive all year round… • We don’t have car groups we have specific cars, even down to the colour, so no surprises when your car turns up! • Superior models, not base models, with extras you won’t find with other car hire companies, such as; A Panoramic Sunroof, Premium Surround Sound, Upgraded Alloy Wheels, Privacy Glass and Navigation at no additional cost, Performance Engines (3.0 Litre V6 Petrol or Diesel). • A personal service where delivery and collection in London is included in the cost of the hire whether it’s to your workplace, hotel or home address.

Call us now on 020 8088 0434 Give us a try and we’ll give you an extra day FREE if you hire for 3 days or longer, just mention the code


Download our App: 4x4 Vehicle Hire London

Our Elite brand and service offers the following 4x4/SUV vehicles: The all new Range Rover Velar First Edition • Range Rover Sport/Vogue • Range Rover Evoque Ember Edition • Jaguar F-Pace 3.0 S • Maserati Levante • Mercedes GLE Coupe AMG • New LandRover Discovery 5

Get an online quote today at: Email:

Download our App: 4x4 Vehicle Hire London

BICESTER HERITAGE: A BRITISH SUCCESS STORY Just five years ago, the site of RAF Bicester in the heart of Oxfordshire was a shadow of the hub of activity that saw it through decades and decades of military activity, including two world wars. Buildings were almost totally unused, and its legacy and history were very much under threat. In fact, the site was placed on Historic England’s ‘At Risk’ register in 2008 and designated the most at risk of all defence estates in Britain. But when British entrepreneur Daniel Geoghegan touched down at the former RAF Bicester in 2013, he didn’t see a derelict site in danger – he saw opportunity. Geoghegan set about making the site the UK’s only hub for historic motoring – a one-stop shop for all things classic cars with a complete community feel. Now five years since his acquisition from the Ministry of Defence, it’s safe to say Geoghegan’s mission has been well and truly accomplished and the days of being ‘At Risk’ are well and truly over.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Now named Bicester Heritage, the site caters to over 35 specialist businesses on site ranging from historic grand prix car preparers and magneto specialists, to dealers and exhaust manufacturers. Together they provide a supportive ecosystem that is revolutionising historic car ownership. Bicester Heritage is a hub for historic motoring excellence and recognised as the national centre for a £5.5bn per annum industry that employs over 34,000 skilled people. Its collective turnover of over £20m makes it the largest player in the industry – and it’s set to grow exponentially with a global reach. Collectively, Bicester Heritage is all about driving the future of the past. The unique ecosystem acts as ‘marina-like’ cluster, promoting skills and expertise, employment, qualified customer footfall, shared business incubation and aggregate growth. Geoghegan and his skilled team have rolled our four phases of restoration so far, with exciting plans ahead for the likes of an on-site hotel – cementing Bicester Heritage as the ultimate classic car destination for enthusiasts from all over the globe.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Since Bicester Heritage’s tenure, over 80% of the buildings

The location of Bicester Heritage is, of course, key. Bicester

have been delicately restored or re-activated for modern

is one of the fastest growing towns in Europe with unrivalled

business use, with the site now held as a national exemplar

connections via road, rail and air, situated in close proximity

of constructive conservation by Historic England. The

to the globally known City of Oxford and within 90 minutes

time-warp base is truly unmatched in evocative character,

of upwards of 30 million people.

with even the paint colours being correct to 1930s British With Bicester Heritage making waves all over the world,


both the present and future are incredibly bright and the An active airfield and test track complete its dynamic operation.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

UK’s classic car industry is in the very best hands.


At Prestige Car Hire your luxury and comfort is our top priority. With unlimited mileage, nationwide delivery and a bespoke approach to client service, we’ll ensure you leave us knowing why we are the prestigious choice for luxury car hire.

Whether Whether you’re you’re looking looking to to celebrate celebrate speed speed in in aa Lamborghini, Lamborghini, command command respect respect in in aa Bentley Bentley or or make make an an impression impression of of excellence excellence in in an an Aston Aston Martin, Martin, we we have have the the car car for for you. you. Why Why choose choose us? us? The The prestigious prestigious choice... choice... --

We We offer offer unlimited unlimited mileage mileage on on all all of of our our hires hires at at no no additional additional cost cost


You You can can share share the the luxury luxury with with friends friends and and family family from from just just £10 £10 per per additional additional driver driver


We We can can deliver deliver to to and and collect collect from from anywhere anywhere in in the the country country


Enjoy Enjoy your your hire hire at at home home or or overseas overseas

Looking Looking for for long-term long-term hire? hire? Hire Hire for for aa minimum minimum of of four four days days and and we’ll we’ll give give you you the the fifth fifth day day for for free. free. Simply Simply quote quote the the code code PCHLUX PCHLUX when when booking booking your your hire. hire.

As the founder of octane car magazine I’m well versed in having high expectations and well experienced in high end cars - PCH exceeded my expectations Simon Simon Jordan, Jordan, former former Crystal Crystal Palace Palace owner owner

Our Our fleet fleet includes includes models models by by Aston Aston Martin, Martin, Audi, Audi, Bentley, Bentley, Ferrari, Ferrari, Jaguar, Jaguar, Mercedes, Mercedes, Porsche Porsche and and more, more, in in four four categories categories of of 4x4, 4x4, Saloon, Saloon, Sport Sport and and Super Super Sport. Sport. ~ 0870 4600 604


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Bucherer presents the Harley-Davidson Blue Edition, the latest and most unusual member of the Bucherer Blue Editions watch collection. The custom made motorcycle is courtesy of Bündnerbike, the boutique Harley-Davidson workshop. Every metal element found on this one-of-a-kind motorcycle has been produced, welded, beaten, ground and polished by hand. This unique piece is perfected by the incorporation of the arts of watchmaking and jewellery making. This is also a world first: never before have a watch and jewels been integrated in a motorcycle. With a value of CHF 1.888 million it is the most expensive motorcycle in the world There are a few key elements that give the bike its high value; this includes the six layers of iridescent blue paint, gold-plated screws and 360 diamonds applied to the silver-plated body. Handmade detailing covers the bike, which includes hand grips draped in Bucherer jewellery, and a 5.40-carat diamond tucked inside an armoured glass dome. With all of these elements, the Harley-Davidson Blue Edition is testimony to the passionate spirit, the comprehensive design understanding and the openness to new ideas from Bucherer. It is the perfect addition to the Bucherer Blue Editions watch collection, created in cooperation between Bucherer and the most renowned brands in the watchmaking industry. “We are pleased to be able to contribute our long-standing experience and close relationship with our partners in order to create exclusive and unique watches and products as part of the Bucherer Blue Editions, which are exclusively available at Bucherer. This allows us to appeal to customers around the world who want to stand out from the crowd and live the Blue Editions lifestyle,” says Patrick Graf, Chief Commercial Officer at Bucherer. Stay up to date with Bucherer for further surprising, first-class innovations and luxury products. Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


OSCAR3 – MYLIUS 65’: SEA-INSPIRED DESIGN Alberto Simeone – in collaboration with Parisotto + Formenton Architetti (


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Designed for the sea. Oscar3 Mylius 65’, designed by Alberto Simeone in collaboration with the P+F studio, is the result of a perfect synthesis of form and function. Made entirely of carbon, it is the natural evolution of the preceding 60’- 65’ hulls. A nautical jewel in which the main theme is the seafaring life, with strong references to classic boats that have been reinterpreted from a contemporary perspective.

The interiors are interwoven with colour themes of smoked eucalyptus and white, and varied puttytoned hues become the protagonist in all the leather elements, such as the dining area sofa, and the main living area of the boat, envisaged as a large, open, very bright space. Great care has been paid to the features and ergonomic design of the smallest spaces, without sacrificing the outcome of understated and contemporary luxury. The spacious worktop in the kitchen and the two aft twin guest cabins, each with a dedicated bathroom and shower, are clear examples of this.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Also in the prestigious boating field, CEA products represent the best choice to guarantee functionality, reliability and aesthetic as far as design taps are concerned. MILO360 perfectly fits small places: moreover, it is made of inox steel AISI 316, a high hygienic material, adapt to be used in kitchens. Moreover, its pull-out hand shower helps washing the dishes and the basin. Kitchen: MIL209L: two-hole mixer with swivelling spout and pull-out hand shower in stainless steel AISI 316L polished finish. MILO360 collection. GASTONE GAS05DBL: Wall mounted mixer with spout in stainless steel AISI 316L polished finish and quartz grey handle.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018



Redefine how you play on the water this summer Be part of the fastest growing in-vogue watersport to hit the waters across the globe. Introducing the Mako Slingshot jetboard, a quick and agile carbon-fibre jet-propelled surfboard complete with the right combination of sophisticated technology and sleek design aesthetic. Looks fast, feels fast and moulds classic surf and wakeboard elements into a modern, adrenaline-fuelled package. Redefine how you play on the water, and share the experience with family and friends. The Mako Slingshot is the next generation of jetboard that is easy to ride, easy to stow, and with excellent customer service and support, easy to own.


A PLACE WHERE MYTH MEETS LUXURY Hidden in the myth-filled hills of ‘Monkey Mountain’ in the

wellness retreat will love the HARNN Heritage Spa set in a private

heart of the Son Tra Peninsula nature reserve, the five-star

lagoon. Travellers can treat tired feet to the ultimate pedicure

InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a work of

by ‘podiatrist to the stars’ Bastien Gonzalez as global leaders

art as much as a resort. Set in 37 hectares of stepped gardens

put the world to rights at The Summit, the resort’s impressive

leading down to a private beach – dramatic views of the sea can

conference centre.

be enjoyed from all 200 rooms – every inch of this luxury resort

is the stunning creation of star architect Bill Bensley and, as a

Billed as the place “Where Myth Meets Luxury”, it’s an easy drive

result, is unique in design and concept.

from InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort to UNESCO

world heritage sites of Hoi An, Hue and My Son (described as

Gourmet travellers will appreciate La Maison 1888 (and its

“Vietnam’s Angkor Wat”) making it a perfect base for travellers

outstanding wine cellar), led by world-renowned Michelin-

seeking an experience that connects them to central Vietnam.

starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire, while those looking for a genuine 26

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Accomodation: The resort offers 13 room types, including villas with private pools and private beach access. Hidden in a tranquil private bay surrounded by breath-taking natural scenery and pristine beaches, stands our lavish Bai Bac Bay Villa. Seamlessly blending Art into Luxury living, Bai Bac Bay takes relaxation onto a new dimension. With Vietnamese soul imbued in every detail, and an interior design aesthetic from designer Bill Bensley heavily inspired by the abstract work of post modernist Sean Scully. Spanning up to 500sqm, this three-bedroom beachfront villa features three bathrooms: each with an enormous designer marble bathtub, three infinity pools, a private elite butler and chef, a personal chauffer, as well as expansive living spaces. In such a breath-taking setting, endless unobstructed views from all three terraces reveal Danang’s mesmerizing ocean at spectacular heights.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Dining: After spending the day relaxing by our expansive pools, strolling

Top 10 in the World’s Best New Restaurants 2016 by CNN, this

along our private beach, kayaking on the East Sea or soaking

truly special restaurant recreates an antique French mansion

up the local culture, guests can dine at the resort’s many

with each dining area reflecting a period room. La Maison 1888’s

restaurants, including a delicious French inspired meal at La

setting unfolds the story of a colonial French-Eurasian family

Maison 1888.

through architecture and interior design. Their private dining rooms reveal the characters: from the

Crowned as the “World’s Leading Fine Dining Hotel Restaurant

sensible Accountant’s Room, to the thrill-seeking Traveler’s

2017” by World Travel Awards, this signature restaurant is hailed

Room, to the risqué Le Boudoir de Madame.

as the number one gastronomic destination when visiting Vietnam.

Guests can sit back, relax and enjoy the breathtaking view of the private bay. Or if you’re planning to celebrate a special

Being the first restaurant to feature a Michelin-starred chef in

occasion, why not set the tone for the evening by relaxing amidst

Vietnam, La Maison 1888 is home to the world-renowned Three

the stunning setting of the Buffalo Bar for a glass of vintage

Michelin-starred chef Pierre Gagnaire- an iconoclastic chef at

champagne. Special arrangements can also be arranged; from

the forefront of the fusion cuisine movement. He captures the

pre-ordering a bottle of champagne to any special preferences

essence of haute French dining, taking guests on a culinary

you have.

journey with a delectable à la carte menu, as well as a fabulous lunch menu at a reasonable price.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Spa & Wellness: This luxury resort houses a fabulous HARNN Heritage Spa within an idyllic private lagoon. Crafted from healing wisdom passed down through generations, HARNN Heritage Spa focuses on restoring the natural balance of the body and mind. Seeking inspiration from the practice of traditional Asian medicine and naturopathy, each HARNN treatment is thoughtfully designed to enhance wellness. Unique treatments at HARNN Heritage Spa include the ‘Journey of Marble Mountains’ beginning with a personal questionnaire both medical and metaphysical, covering everything from health and skin, favourite colour, food, weather and even your personality type- in which your natural element (wood, fire, earth, metal and water) is determined.  Once your therapist has identified your element, the oil mixologist creates a bespoke natural oil blend tailored to each individual. Incorporating a Dong Y treatment on a warm marble bed, regarded highly for its therapeutic properties in restoring the body’s balance of Yin and Yang.    This little sanctuary truly is a slice of heaven within the peninsula itself, offering a temporary escape from the chaos of urban living.   Guests can also indulge in a world-class Pedi:Mani:Cure treatment at the Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio by Bastien Gonzalez. As the world’s most sought-after pedicurist, Bastien is loved by A-list celebrities for his seasonal results achieved via his unique three-step approach using podiatry, nail care and massage to deliver amazing results.   Taking luxury a step further, the spa provides treatments at the Sun Peninsula VIP Departure Lounge of Danang International Airport ensuring you are well looked after during all stages of your stay in the resort. 

Recreation: The resort offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, including French cooking classes, water sports down at the beach and Tai Chi or Yoga classes with our resident guru. When you wish to venture further afield, our ‘In the Know’ Concierge will guide you on trips to local cultural and heritage sights, including Hoi An, an ancient village dating from the 15th century and UNESCO World Heritage Centre, just a short shuttle ride away.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



water sports and diving school is perfect

Breakfast, Deluxe Dinner a la carte and more.

beach front location, a short distance of

for all family members. There is a choice of

The St Nicolas Bay Resort Hotel & Villas send

one mile from the trendy summer resort of

superb dining options including a traditional

you home with the colours of unmatchable

Aghios Nikolaos, the picturesque fishing port

Greek Kafenion located at the beachfront

blue sea in your eye. You’ll want to return for

with many shops, boutiques, café, bars and

for fresh fish, or the Minotaure restaurant

its tranquillity and its touch of class. This is a

restaurants. The St Nicolas Bay is an escape

overlooking the pool for fine dining with a

hotel with unmatched heart, a well-deserved

to an oasis of elegance style and flair, the

twist and contemporary Japanese.

member of “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”

rooms and suites offer modern and spacious

awarded with “Certificate of Excellence” by

interiors with large terraces or balconies with

Pamper yourself at the Poseidon Spa

Trip Advisor for seven consecutive years

magnificent views. Some of the exclusive

by Elemis, Cinq Mondes offering a truly

including 2017.

Junior and Executive Suites and Thalassa

relaxing and revitalizing experience. Exciting

Villas have their own seawater swimming

Honeymoon Suites and spectacular

To book great value rates and special

pool, heated in the colder months.

weddings are organized to perfection and

packages visit /

Newlyweds and Honeymoon couples

The Hotel prides itself on its privacy and

are spoiled with complimentary upgrade

or call +30.28410.90200 /

luxury touches with personalised service,

to Honeymoon Suite Private Pool with


while the secluded private sandy beach with

Champagne, Signature Massage, Champagne


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

BOOK NOW!! HOT DEAL with reduced rates up to 50% and free meal upgrade for renovated Club Suites and Thalassa Villas Private Pool. This great offer is bookable only online at and for a limited period.



The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

The Fall 2018 collection designed by Natacha Ramsay-Levi evolves a confident through line from the debut runway collection, by building upon a feminine wardrobe with timeless, urban élan. The role of archetypal garments informed the season, with perennial daywear classics emphasizing Chloé signatures: the blanket cape, the caban coat, the riding blazer, and the ‘saharienne’ jacket have been imbued with subtle equestrian details and masculine fabrics including tweed wool, Prince of Wales checks, wool gabardine, velvet and smooth calfskin. A collage of layering transposes patterns and textures: crepe roll-neck tops, ribbed lurex knitwear, and zipped polos are worn beneath sharp tailoring, an open ‘dandy’ collared blouse, or long-sleeved shirt dresses. Elongated silhouettes result from streamlined volumes and high waists cinched by knotted masculine belts. Trousers sit high and short, often enhanced with dynamic shapes, whether slim topstitched jeans cuffed below the knee, wide cropped crepe flares, or a cotton jodhpur with quilted patches. Geometric and floral prints from the Chloé archives evoke a midcentury Modernist touch. Curlicue ‘C’ embroideries; the ‘O’ (Chloé’s ‘eye’ letter) realised as buckles and rings; prancing horse appliqués; all-over sequins; and metallic snap-studs offer subtle embellishment. Contrasts of matte and shine are tinted in tones of rust, wood, terracotta, mocha, midnight blue, grey, nuances of beiges, whites and khakis.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


A new Chloé sneaker makes an assertive statement this season. High and low top styles boast a juxtaposition of natural elements such as cotton straps and leather detailing with nylon panelling and a moulded utility sole. Pointed boots, meanwhile, define the silhouette: built on a stacked Cuban heel, they extend as thigh-high laced cuissardes, or zip to mid-calf worn with striped rugby socks. The Drew Bijou, introduced during Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s runway debut, comes in new finishes such as burnished ‘sfumato’ tobacco leather, leopard print calfskin or rounded quilting. The Roy bag another of Ramsay-Levi’s new designs, comes this season as a bucket bag, featuring a canvas drawstring insert and finishes ranging from yellow diamond python, prancing horse embroidery, and burgundy calfskin. Finally, the esoteric illustrations of Rithika Merchant are isolated and transformed as delicate jewellery: hands, eyes, leaves and an articulated feminine form become seductive 36

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

totems suspended from horse-bit chains and encrusted hoop earrings. Multi-ring jewels return as knuckle-duster rings and stacked earring styles. The collection will be available across stores from June 2018. Available at : • Chloe boutique Fashion Avenue, The Dubai Mall, Dubai • Chloe boutique Centria Mall, Riyadh, KSA • Chloe boutique El Khayyat Center, Jeddah, KSA • Chloe boutique Thuraya Mall, Kuwait • Chloe boutique Beirut Souk, Lebanon

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


MARIA MARTINEZ Bridal Couture since 1991

by Appointment only Germany +49. 6731. 498979



The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Making the Cut, the second book by Savile Row tailor Richard Anderson was released on Thursday 19th April by publishers Thames & Hudson. The new book is a lively bible of sartorial know-how full of insight, information and inspiration. Richard Anderson started his career at Huntsman as an apprentice at just 17 years old and is now well known as one of Savile Row’s modern master cutters. Richard and his business partner Brian Lishak, founded Richard Anderson Ltd. and opened their doors at 13 Savile Row in 2001. The Row is known for its bespoke heritage and unique services. In Making the Cut Richard discusses how, in the 21st century, tailors are embracing unusual fabrics, new colours and modern tastes to update the long-held traditions and reach an ever-growing client base.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Richard referrers to the book as the “sartorial kaleidoscope� which emphasises how the Savile Row of today attracts a new kind of customer with individual tastes as well as the traditional British social elite. Richard Anderson has done well to maintain the heritage of Savile Row whilst offering more original, striking designs which would not have been produced 20 years ago. Since Richard Anderson Ltd. was founded, it has been a driving force in the modern Savile Row and Richard’s latest book shares some of the most innovative designs along with their history, information on how specific garments are made and advice on working with a variety of fabrics, set alongside photographs and original drawings.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018



Alice Leet-Cook and Rosie Turner, sisters and co-founders of the

Their versatile collections cater for the town to country lifestyle,

fiercely British brand, Hicks & Brown, were born and raised on

with signature pieces created in an array of elegant colourways

the family farm just outside Sudbury in Suffolk. They didn’t know

and fabrics. The collection comprises of their hugely popular

it then but their home would, in 2014, become the base from

Fedora hats, including their take on the classic Panama, as

which their own fashion label Hicks & Brown, came to life. Whilst

well as the sell-out Newmarket Jacket and line of hand-crafted

the sisters left the countryside to embark on careers in London,

accessories. More recently, the dynamic duo have introduced

both maintained their connection with the country way of life, in

The Melford, a brand new collection of Trilby’s available for both

particular the equestrian and country sporting worlds. Together

men and women.

Alice and Rosie would make clothes to wear themselves and were always overwhelmed with comments from family and

“The summer months are finally here, which means replacing

friends who admired their creations. It was from those humble

your trusty beanie with the perfect Panama. Panamas are a

beginnings that the idea to establish a fashion label of their own

classic staple for the sunshine season and a welcome addition

was born.

to any summer wardrobe. It’s traditional straw brim is the best way to shield yourself from the rays and helps keep your hair in


From their time spent in London, to their years in the great

check on deck! Not just for poolside posing, the Panama can be

British countryside, Alice and Rosie combine a fusion of

worn from a beach in Barbados to parading the pavements in

influences to create their designs.

London and on those sunny strolls through the countryside.

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

“It’s well worth investing in a good-quality Panama, our Aldeburgh Fedora is a lighter weight version of our popular Suffolk Fedora and is handcrafted with the same distinctive feathers and signature Hicks & Brown gold detailing on the ribbon band. The Aldeburgh Fedora has been given a modern day makeover on the traditional Panama, with the use of brightly coloured bands in an array of summer shades, including the classic black. These, together with standout feathers, help you to stand out in the crowd”.

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


ELECTICONIC COLLECTIONS JUNGLE - MUKHI SISTERS Kalita Pegasus Cotton and Silk-Blend Mini Dress £460 at Net-a-Porter,

Sensi Studio Straw Hat - £185 @ Net-a-porter

Carrie Forbes Youssed small Crocheted cord shoulder bag £200 @ Net-a-Porter

Valentio Printed silk Blouse £1145 @ Net-a-porter

Mukhi Sisters The Navaratna Ring £2,262

Mukhi Sisters Riveire on the Vine collection Earring (sold as single earring) £4,018.50 Gucci Jordan Horsebite Leather Loafers £540 @ Net-a-Porter


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Christian Louboutin Decoltish 100 Suede Pump £195


IIesteva Jefferson 54 Sunglasses £140

By Stolie Thumb Ring 18k Yellow gold ring Acne Studios Kanani Oversized 2 tone Shirt £390 @ Net-a-Porter

(thumb ring) plain gold 9.78g

By Stolie Creoll Hoop Earrings 18k Gold earring

Stella Jacket oversized distressed denim jacket £815 @ Net-a-Porter

E.L.V. Denim The Two Tone high-rise straight leg jean £290 @ Net-a-Porter

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



Amwaj Bracelet 18k Gold £7,048

Jennifer Behr set of five gold-tone mother-ofpearl hair slides £230

Tom Ford Jasmin Rouge collection £198 Galvan Pandora Silk-Satin Gown

Jimmy Choo Romy 100 glittered suede Heels £475

Charlotte Tilbury Matte revolution lipstick - pillow talk £23 48

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018


Tom Dixon London orientalist and royalty set of 3 candles £80

Rene Caovilla snake crystalembellished satin Heel £770 @ Net-a-Porter

Tom ford nail polish pink crush £29 Etro Satin-crepe wide Leg Pants £405 @ Nte-a-Porter

Gucci Dionysus crystal-embellished suede shoulder bag £2880 @ Net-a-Porter

Diane Von Furstenberg gathered cropped silk Wrap Blouse £270 Yeprem Gold Bracelet £2,600

@ Net-a-Porter

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


“I just love finding new places to wear diamonds� Marylin Monroe

Marylin Collection available in store at Frost of London, 108 New Bond St, Mayfair, London W1S 1EF and online at

IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN LAUNCHES NEW PORTUGIESER MODELS IWC Schaffhausen is expanding its Portugieser family to

wear-free, and builds up a power reserve of seven days with its

include two classically elegant models. The Swiss luxury

oscillating weight made from solid 18 carat red gold. The highly

watch manufacturer is launching the first Portugieser watch in the current

embellished movement is visible through a see-through sapphire glass back.

collection to have a perpetual calendar and platinum case. In addition, IWC


is introducing the new Portugieser


Automatic in a stainless steel case

The main feature on the dial of this

with a silver-plated dial and

watch is the perpetual calendar.

rhodium-plated hands.

Developed by Kurt Klaus in the 1980s, the mechanism consists

The Portugieser Perpetual

of around 80 parts and displays

Calendar (ref. IW503406)

the date, day, month and moon

is the first watch in the

phase, as well as the year in

current Portugieser

four digits. It can be easily

Collection to have a

adjusted using the crown.

perpetual calendar and a platinum case.

The mechanism identifies

Platinum is inherently

different month lengths and

a particularly corrosion-

leap years automatically and will

resistant and hypoallergenic

work until 2100 without needing

material. Thanks to its high

any correction. This version of the

density, it is extremely robust and

calendar comes with a double moon

durable. The gleaming white- grey platinum case perfectly matches the silver-plated dial, as well as the rhodiumplated hands and appliques. The case houses the IWC 52615 manufacture calibre. The Pellaton winding is fitted with ceramic components that are practically


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

display that gives an inverted view of the moon phases for both the northern and southern hemispheres. Thanks to a special reduction gear, the display is so accurate that it will only deviate from the actual orbit of the earth's satellite after 577.5 years, and then only by one day.

Alternative Wedding Atelier 109 Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill, London N10 3HP | 020 8444 7000

ALL THAT GLITTERS… Suffolk based jewellery designer, Emily Mortimer Hendry celebrates a year of striking gold

The eldest of four sisters, Emily Mortimer Hendry has carved a path as one of the UK’s most exciting gemstone jewellers, born from the desire to create beautiful gemstone jewellery to suit each of her equally individual sisters. In the short time since the brand was born, Emily’s pieces have received critical acclaim, including being listed with some of the industries greatest stockists and gathering the attention of stylish stars including Lottie Moss, Caroline Flack, Binky Felstead and Louisa Thompson to name but a few. The past year has been a landmark year for Emily with new collection launches, a busy show circuit and not to mention designing pieces to come. Emily says: “There’s nothing more magical than seeing my designs transformed from screen to a tangible piece. I am a complete perfectionist when it comes to jewellery. I like every element of a new piece to be visually stunning.” Emily Mortimer Jewellery offers stylish statement pieces to add a pop of colour to any look at accessible price points. Her collections are vibrant and versatile, designed for both the everyday and extraordinary occasion. Pieces combine both 14ct gold and sterling silver and are set with a striking array of technicolour gemstones and diamonds, priced from £30 to £1,900. The self-confessed jewellery addict seeks to create a range of fun and exceptional statement pieces that are exciting to wear. Emily says of her success: “Everywhere I have worked and studied I have tried to learn as much as possible.


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Knowledge is power. I needed to be

Despite the heady heights of her success,

absolutely sure I could make a success of

Emily remains firmly rooted in Suffolk,

Emily Mortimer Jewellery before I made

designing both ready to wear collection

the leap. Having your own business isn’t

and bespoke pieces from her Suffolk

just about being creative you have to

studio and splitting her time between

have a good business head as well or you

her home town and the bright light of

won’t succeed.”


Aside from a flourishing business that’s

She says: “The joy of living outside of

going from strength to strength, Emily is

London is huge for me – flexible working

also a proud Jewellery Design graduate

hours and the laid-back lifestyle of Suffolk

with qualifications from the highly

are a dream!”

regarded Gemmological Association. Emily Mortimer Jewellery is stocked Her pedigree also includes time spent

in jewelstreet, Baar & Bass and will

as Head Designer at Kiki McDonough,

soon debut at Fenwicks.

a brand favoured by The Duchess of

For more information and to shop

Cambridge amongst others.

Emily Mortimer Jewellery collections, visit:

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



Energy and spirit, ingredients to life, are put

From his workshop set within the ancient

Luxury Metal Art and Jewellery – Forged Steel,

into otherwise inanimate pieces of metal -

lands of Bodmin Moor Charles Atkinson

Bronze, Silver, Gold and Titanium – other

breathe life into Steel - the pure Silver finish to

has refined and combined traditional

metals worked include Iron, Aluminium,

the Serpents allows movement and promotes

blacksmithing and metalworking methods,

Copper, Brass, Stainless Steels, Carbon Steels

their chameleon uncertainty by blending

some that break convention. Using a

– handmade by Charles Atkinson in Cornwall,

and taking on their surroundings through

combination of metals and techniques he



creates extraordinary Luxury Metal Art and

As a designer and craftsman working from my

Perhaps the energy and spirit is already there

traditional workshop - ‘’ a sort of Heaven on

and it’s a case of unlocking it, releasing it,

Design, Make, Manage, Metal

Earth ‘’ I combine traditional blacksmithing

realising its potential, letting it flow, begin

Art of any scale, in any metal – for bespoke

and metalworking techniques, some of which

to be sculpted, changed, form an identity, a

projects of any scale in any metal or to

push the metals involved to their limit.’’


discuss your metalwork requirements please

exquisite Jewellery.

correspond: 56

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Luxury Metal Art

THE RULE BREAKERS Purveyors of fine jewellery the House of Luxury – known

Arjandas - the originator of The Original, By Stolie - simple,

for introducing some of the world’s most sought after

stunning jewellery borne of a socialite’s dissatisfaction,

independent jewellery brands, partnered with the COUTURE

Ruwaya - a veritable Arabian fable of artistic, organic

show, Las Vegas (31st May to 4th June), to launch an

authenticity, Mukhi Sisters - jewellery with an unmistakable

exciting new fine jewellery concept ‘Wild Things London’.

attitude, and Aisha Baker - unparalleled craftsmanship that

The unique concept is then set to arrive in London’s

brings fairytales to life.

Knightsbridge followed by Mayfair from July 2nd to August 12th, with plans for the Wild Things London to tour premier

Elio D’Anna, the Founder of the House of Luxury and the

Global destinations in late 2018.

creator of Wild Things said, “We are all looking forward to launching this new concept at COUTURE 2018, and there has

Wild Things London is a unique and eclectic showcase of

already been an unprecedented reception from both press

the most design-driven, rule breaking fine jewellery brands

and trade regarding Wild Things.”

of 2018. Those brands featured on the Wild Things London tour include; Alessa - a brand born from a love story, Anil


The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

He added, “Wild Things brands are all wild, and all beautiful!”


MUKHI SISTERS Stemming from a consistent lineage of jewellers, the Indian-Lebanese sisters, Maya, Meena and Zeenat have


the industry deep in their DNA, but rather then follow in the traditions set before them, they decided to use their provenance and expertise to create something completely different. Together they founded Mukhi Sisters, a brand that embodies the woman and her complexity. Each piece a conversation starter, creating it’s own experience and distinctive narrative with a unique energy. Their designs aims at expressing the individuality of each women wearing their jewellery, and the adjustability of their pieces makes mixing, matching and stacking, accessible and dynamic. Semi-precious stones, gold and diamonds are carefully used in their statement pieces, to invite us to remain true to ourselves whilst enhancing ones


confidence. The originality of their creations lies in the wearability of those pieces and their singularity as we can witness with their hair ornaments. Some of those pieces become an ingenuous way to store earrings and wear them on your lobes when the time to change your outfit strikes. @mukhisisters



£3345.83 £2575

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


£ 48,329.17

ALESSA Established in 2009, Alessa is the brainchild of Alessandra Robles and Yuvraj Pahuja. Born and raised in Guatemala, Alessandra met Yuvraj, who comes from five generations of an Indian jewelleryproducing family, at the GIA, where their shared love of gemology set the wheels in motion for Alessa. With each piece produced in Dubai, the brand takes pride in the emphasis they place on the fabrication process. Translated from paper to art by their creative team, the collection’s essence is the appreciation of nature, diversity and cultural wealth. @alessadesigns

£ 5829.17




The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018






ANIL ARJANDAS Anil Arjandas’ eponymous brand is one which focuses on reinterpreting the world of fine jewellery, creating pieces that have fresh urban style. The lauded Original Bracelet is made-to-order, intended to be worn alongside any timepiece, whilst protecting it from any damage with beads and stoppers. The inner core of the bracelet can be made from silver, gold or rose gold, topped off with trademark brown and black diamonds. What’s most original about the Original is that it’s completely modular. Both ends can be unscrewed, revealing the bare bar of the bracelet, the ‘core’. Such versatility in design provides the opportunity for original combinations, reflecting the wearer’s taste.

£9000 @anilarjandas

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury




£3361.69 BY STOLIE Latvian socialite Ilona Stolie has become something of a style phenomenon both in her home country and across the world. In struggling to find the perfect, simple design jewellery for everyday wear, she had a brainwave: “I was searching for earrings of flawless quality, ideal size and weight. I also struggled to find elegant chokers and other items that I could really fall in love with. So I decided I should do it myself. I have always loved being creative and I thought this was the ideal solution to my problem.” And that is how By Stolie was born. While ruby is her favoured gemstone, she still indulges in the use of a girl’s best friend. Yellow gold is her metal of preference due to the soft and warm texture she associates it with. @bystolie


POA 62

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018


RUWAYA Ruwaya is an old Arabic name with two beautiful meanings. The first, ‘to quench a thirst’, alludes to the feeling of finding something truly beautiful encapsulated in a piece of fine jewellery, while the second, ‘storytelling’, speaks to the rich heritage of Arabic lore. Founder Fatima Al Dhaeri has embedded her life in wearable works of art. In her formative years Fatima worked with her father at his renowned fine jewellery brand Amwaj, where she began her journey creating one-off pieces. Moving on to study at the Gemological Institute of America, Fatima has now curated a brand that takes the natural beauty of precious stones and transforms them into glittering pieces that capture the imagination of the exotic sights, sounds, smells and traditions of Arabia. There is nothing quite like the way in which Ruwaya pieces are crafted. Using only the finest 18k gold, many of the pieces consist of sliced diamonds and white pavé diamonds, which are delicately bound together and layered. @ruwaya_jewellery




Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



AISHA BAKER Aisha Baker Jewellery was established last year, with the desire to capture the youthful wonder of fantastical fairytales. Aisha Baker keeps our imagination moving. Each piece blooms from a story that was born in a wonderland and incorporates hidden meanings and messages in their aesthetic. Every piece is carved by hand in London, from the heart of human imagination. When luxury purveyor Aisha met celebrated designer Hoonik Chang a vision was shared and the brand was born. Hoonik studied Metal Production Design in South Korea before moving to London to study at Central Saint Martins, where he won Theo Fennell’s Overall Best award in 2015 for his BA Jewellery Design Degree Show. He has also received awards from both Cartier and Avakian. @aishabakerjewelry

£15,340 £19,300

£22,630 64

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

Specialists in Classic and bespoke Porsche since 1994



W: T: +44 (0) 1440 714884

“Fine grooming is the mark of a modern gentleman. It is the way a man presents the best version of himself to the world.� - TOM FORD

Here at Massi-Man we understand the importance of looking after your skin and have designed our products to do just that. A good shave is all about technique and the right tools. We have developed our Shaving cream and Aftershave balm with Germanys finest technicians to produce a quality product that is both kind to the skin and aesthetically pleasing.

Verdi has a long established history of working on Ferrari cars. Founded over fifteen years ago, we have consistently maintained and repaired the famous marque. Our staff have accumulated years of mechanical expertise including factory training - and are backed by our long term commitment to the marque. Whatever your Ferrari needs, please call us today

Tel: 07785 760606 Web: Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury



Langham hotels,” said Simon Manning,

The Langham hotels’ legacy originates

Langham Pink version of Hunter’s

Chief Sales and Marketing Officer,

in London when The Langham, London,

iconic Original Wellington boot, created

Langham Hospitality Group.

Europe’s first grand hotel first opened its

exclusively for the luxury hotel group. A collaboration between two iconic British

the go to for fashionable rainwear, with

brands, the distinctive Langham pink

a collection that also features outerwear

boots are available in limited quantities

and accessories for rainy days in the city,

at eight Langham Hotels in Australia,

festival fields or country lanes.” continued

Hong Kong, North America and the United



Specially commissioned in the signature

“Worn by celebrities and royals, Hunter

Langham pink that is recognised

is a trusted brand that holds two Royal

worldwide, the boots come in both adult

Warrants of Appointment to HM The

and children sizes.

Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh as

doors in 1865. This iconic luxury hotel in London has hosted royalty, dignitaries and celebrities for over 150 years. Similarly, Hunter was established in 1856. The Original boot was introduced in 1956 and remains an iconic design today. The limited-edition Hunter Original for Langham Pink Wellington boots are available for sale from 5 June at the Langham hotels in London, New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Sydney,

“We are excited to have worked together

Melbourne and Hong Kong while stocks

with Hunter on these exclusive Langham

last. From $80 for the children’s sizes and

The brand is known for its high-quality

Pink boots. This is truly a partnership

$150 for the adult’s boots.

products, innovative design and a rich

between two iconic British heritage

heritage, merits synonymous with the

brands” added Manning.

suppliers of waterproof footwear.


“Today, Hunter has established itself as

The Art of Luxury

Issue 33 2018

For more information, visit


Photo ©Renée Pfister, 2018

Renée Pfister Art & Gallery Consultancy has been working with and supporting private, corporate and institutional fine art and antiquities collections for more than twenty years. She makes it her mission to protect and to care for your artworks, photography, antiquities and objets d’art during transit, at your home, corporate headquarters, museums and storage facility. Renée’s extensive training and experience enables her to offer effective measures and solutions for long-term strategic collection care planning, special projects, exhibitions, acquisitions and loan requests. From assessment to delivery she is always on hand to communicate with her clients on progress and agreed outcomes.

Renee’s bespoke services are available in the UK and overseas, please feel free to contact her at

ATKINSON ART Leaf Silver candle holder is a premium quality forging from one piece of Steel, designed and handmade by Charles Atkinson, forged by hand before finishing to the highest standard in pure Silver, every piece bears the maker’s initials CA - a stamp of quality.

PRIMASSURE LIMITED SPECIALIST INSURANCE BROKER Whether insuring your property, treasured jewellery, personal valuables, prestige vehicles, yacht or aircraft, Primassure will arrange bespoke, specialist, worldwide cover to complement your lifestyle. We have exclusive schemes for our high net worth clients and we will work with you and a number of the world’s leading insurers to provide the value of

One of the range of high quality candle holders made using a combination of traditional metal working techniques, Leaf Silver is complemented by our dinner candle range perfectly.

secure protection and peace of mind that you need. Honesty, integrity and professionalism are the key to our success and the foundation of our relationship with clients and insurers alike. Please contact our dedicated team for your absolutely free quotation and mention “The Art of Luxury” as your reference. If your insurance policy is not yet due for renewal, please email us with your renewal month and we will contact you in good time to arrange a free quotation. +44 (0) 1702 209511 |

Luxury Metal Art and Jewellery :

RUSHTON HALL Situated in the picturesque Northamptonshire countryside, Rushton Hall Hotel and Spa boasts stunning grounds and a lake providing the perfect backdrop for lasting memories. The breath-taking Orangery is the ultimate venue for a truly spectacular wedding day. Overlooking our gardens, the Orangery further impresses when you step inside. The Entrance Hall, the Ballroom and the Picture Gallery’s exquisite interiors create the perfect venue for any event. The Orangery can accommodate weddings from 80 to 280 guests and holds a civil ceremony licence.

Rushton Hall Hotel and Spa, Rushton, Northamptonshire, NN14 1RR 01536 713001 –

Issue 33 2018

The Art of Luxury


Welcome To Lake View Orlando

The Villa Lake View is a two-storey, fully air conditioned villa with 4 large bedrooms that easily sleeps up to 8 people. This villa has its very own private pool, spa, games room, and inside and outside entertainment areas. Situated on an exclusive gated community the club house also has a gym and communal pool to offer for all guests. Surrounded by beautiful golf courses and only 20 minutes drive from Disney World and 30 minutes from Universal Studios makes this a prime location whatever the purpose of your trip maybe.

(+44) 01304 806039


FROM £109 per night

4 4.5 8 4 2,619 Bedrooms


Comfortably Sleeps

Car Parking

Total Square Footage

The Art of Luxury Issue 33 2018  

In this issue: Jaguar; Bicester Heritage; Harley-Davidson, Bucherer; Oscar3 Mylius 65’; InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort; Lake V...

The Art of Luxury Issue 33 2018  

In this issue: Jaguar; Bicester Heritage; Harley-Davidson, Bucherer; Oscar3 Mylius 65’; InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort; Lake V...