Anantara Seminyak Bali

Situated on 3,500 square metres of prime beachfront, Anantara's Bali resort at Seminyak features 59 suites of approximately 80 square metres, furnished in true Anantara style, including plasma screen TVs, contemporary Asian-inspired furniture, broadband internet connection and signature spacious baths. Anantara's facilities include a destination restaurant on the ground floor, offering an al-fresco and indoor international dining experience, a rooftop terrace bar to enjoy the famous Seminyak sunsets, an onsite Anantara Spa, and two infinity-edge swimming pools overlooking the Indian Ocean.

All this in one of Bali's most upscale enclaves, home to some of the island's most elegant restaurants and cafes, shopping and a chic nightlife scene drawing international jetsetters from the world over. Dive into Bali's rich culture, local charm and international style with Anantara's stunning Bali resort.

Emerald Maasai Choker

This beautiful piece is inspired by the traditional chokers worn by the Maasai, was re-worked by Roumeguere for CoutureLab using precious emeralds. The centerpiece comprises a raw diamond, a coral and enamel pendant and 22 karat gold beads. An antique East African colonial coin and an 18 karat gold Hand of Fatima, believed to protect against the 'evil eye', complete this unique piece. $5,626


JetSuite, founded by Alex Wilcox, one of the founding team members at JetBlue Airways pays private jet owners $25,000 per month to charter their aircrafts out to others during any downtime , while guaranteeing that owners can fly their planes whenever they want.

JetSuite has agreed to purchase 50 Embraer Phenom 100 very light jets on firm order and an additional 50 Phenom aircraft family options. With the 100 jet aircraft order, JetSuite is both the largest U.S. customer for the Embraer jet and the only operator currently planning to serve the West Coast with it once it obtains the necessary government approvals.

Vertu Constellation Rococo

Vertu has announced the Constellation Rococo collection to celebrate their tenth anniversary this year. The Rococo collection was inspired by the eighteenth century French art, fashion and interior design movement. The collection features intricate flower patterns embroidered into the leather on the back of the phone. The phone will be available in noir, scarlet, ivory colors as well as an exclusive sapphire edition. The sapphire edition features a cabochon sapphire center button as well as cabochon sapphire screws, the sapphire version also features Rococo patterns engraved onto the bezel. The Vertu Constellation Rococo Collection will be available this summer.

Penhaligon's Bath Oil

Penhaligon's Bath Oil is an opulent preparation which transforms the water into an opaque and heavily scented bath. The Bath Oil is attracted to the body leaving it scented and smooth and leaves no residue in the bath.

Robert A. Rosania champagne auction

Acker Merrall & Condit is auctioning off a fraction of champagne collector Robert A. Rosania's,immense collection of vintage bubbly at New York’s Cru restaurant. The 1,346 bottles, 303 magnums and 11 jeroboams include legendary champagne like 1914 Pol Roger (estimated at $8,000 to $15,000 a bottle), 1966 Krug Blanc de Blancs ($10,000 to $15,000) and 1964 Salon ($7,000 to $10,000). The Rosania sale, which also includes red gems like Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, could top $5 million, Acker says.

Empress Eugénie’s Brooch returns to The Louvre

The Louvre has acquired a diamond brooch originally planned for auction at Christie's New York April 15. The auction was canceled at the final hour due to court order. Empress Eugénie’s Brooch had a pre-sales estimate of $4 million to $6 million and was one of numerous lots for sale in Christie's Rare Jewels and Gemstones The eye of a connoisseur. The Louvre paid EUR6.72 million (almost $11 million.)

After the sale was canceled, a private sale of the brooch was negotiated to the Louvre by François Curiel, president of Christie’s Europe, with the agreement of the owner.


One of the most visible personalities of her era, Gabrielle Chanel invented a style synonymous with modernity and chic. What is perhaps less well known is that the ‘grand dame’ of 20th century fashion also worked with silver and diamonds to create an exceptional collection of the finest jewelry - a collection that is both classic and contemporary, in keeping with the tradition of one of the great names of the 20th century. In this volume, Chanel’s foray into the world of jewels is told.