There are streets all over the world lined with perfectly poised luxury shops waiting to be explored. Think Hermes scarves, Prada handbags and classic Louboutin heels. Here are the top five luxe shopping streets around the world for high-end retail therapy.
I feel like I’ve just stepped out of a pumpkin as my Adidas shoe plants itself on the polished floor of the Royce Hotel on St Kilda Road. If only I had my boa or a flapper dress and some dashing T-strap heels. Even the air is delicately perfumed in this lobby which oozes 1920s style with its gold painted ceiling, red velvet wall panels and winding ballroom staircase.
See the world from a different perspective with the world’s top five sites to charter a private helicopter.
There are some places in the world that can’t be appreciated on land the same way they are from above. It would be like only seeing Mona Lisa’s smile and nothing else, or one star in Van Gough’s Starry Night. With a scenic helicopter flight, you can see the full picture. And truly know the beauty of mother nature.
Tackle the festival season in style with the ultimate luxury festival guide.
Festivals were once associated with warm beer, mud and poorly pitched tents. No more. From couture fashion to champagne sprays, the festival scene has gone luxe. With yachts, yurts and Michelin starred dining on offer, there really is no other way to festival.
Say goodbye to the winter blues with Sydney’s top five luxury experiences.
Sydney is just as alive and vibrant in winter as it is in summer. From private bridge climbs to igloos by the harbour, Sydney pulls out all the stops in winter. Time to swap the bikini for a coat and experience the cooler side of Sydney.
With Mother’s Day around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how to celebrate. From female empowered island retreats to race car driving, treat your mum like the queen she is. Check out our top five Mother’s Day inspired destinations and activities.
Earth Day was designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the incredible planet we live on. The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22nd, 1970. Over the last 49 years, Earth Day has expanded from the original 20 million Americans to over 1 billion people participating in Earth Day activities. In celebration of our wonderful planet and all who call it home, here are our top five eco-friendly hotels across the world.