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TUMI – Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s Collection

TUMI – Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s Collection

The Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s Collection represents an entirely new level of sophistication in engineering and structural design. A clean, contemporary aesthetic and refined detailing set the standard for the Global Citizen’s premium travel experience.

Slim d’Hermès – Purity in motion

Slim d’Hermès – Purity in motion

Slim d’Hermès inspires a cadence based on pure, restrained lines. From the design
of the case to the outline of the numerals, the collection sets the pace for a return
to the quintessence of the watchmaking art. The Manufacture collection now
welcomes models paying tribute to the saddlery and leather-crafting expertise
of the Maison.

Elite Chronograph Classic – A legendary calibre joins the Elite collection

Elite Chronograph Classic – A legendary calibre joins the Elite collection

In the wake of the success achieved by the Elite 6150 model, the Manufacture Zenith is enriching the same collection with a new chronograph equipped with the prestigious El Primero movement. In a subtle blend of classicism and modernity, the Elite Chronograph Classic beats at the high frequency of El Primero Calibre 4069. Its finely curved 42 mm steel or rose gold case frames a restrained dial featuring engraved hour-markers and slender leaf-type hands.

Sandra Button – Chairman of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Sandra Button – Chairman of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Sandra Button is well known and much liked by those who met her in Kuwait in her role as judge at Kuwait’s Concours d’Elegance. Aside from her role as Chairman of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, she, along with her husband Martin, are knowledgeable collectors. There can be few people quite so well acquainted with the world’s leading automobile collectors. We met, to learn a little more about how she combines her role at Pebble Beach with her passion as a collector.

Lucia Topalian – Dar Al Funoon

Lucia Topalian – Dar Al Funoon

Art is perhaps the most subjective of fields amongst the world’s collectors. But this is neither the time nor the place to open a discussion on what constitutes good art, nor is it for us to assess the voracity of the global art market and it’s often seemingly headlong charge into the realms of stratospheric pricing. Instead we’re looking for tips to create an art collection of enduring value, with gallerist and collector Lucia Topalian.

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