Etiqueta: art

A Masterpiece by Sir Anthony van Dyck – Portrait of Princess Mary, daughter of King Charles I of England

A MASTERPIECE BY SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK Portrait of Princess Mary, daughter of King Charles I of England   *One of the most important European Royal Portraits to come to auction for a generation* *Commissioned to celebrate the crucial alliance between the British crown & […]

London START Art Fair to celebrate Chinese Contemporary Art

London START Art Fair to celebrate Chinese Contemporary Art

      London to celebrate Chinese Contemporary Art announced their 2018 Project will feature China’s most boundary-breaking talents; an exhibition which will be co-curated by world-renowned Johnson Chang and the China Academy of Art in celebration of the academy’s 90th year. London, START Art […]

Mary Katrantzou  Fresh Perspectives

Mary Katrantzou Fresh Perspectives

Mary Katrantzou

Blending pop art, cubism, surrealist still life, the new Pre-Fall 2018 Collection mixes the bright and bold in easy to wear separates and dresses.

Pre-Fall 2018
Where Lounge Meets Luxury

Where Lounge Meets Luxury


The Jewelled Satchel | Adorned with Crystal Insects

The Jewelled Satchel | Adorned with Crystal Insects

      JEWELLED SATCHEL $ 2,190 Black embossed croc calf leather Jewelled Satchel. The bag can be worn multiple ways: hand-held using the ring handle or by doubling up the straps. Alternatively, wear it over the shoulder or crossbody using the leather and chain […]

Fall/Winter 18: From Milan to Manhattan

Fall/Winter 18: From Milan to Manhattan

EMOP Berlin 2018

EMOP Berlin 2018

EMOP Berlin EMOP Berlin Opening days  28/30 September 2018, Opening Friday 28th 7pm C/O Berlin Foundation, Hardenbergstrasse 22 24 10623 Berlin The largest German festival for photography returns to Berlin. EMOP Berlin, presented by Kulturprojekte Berlin Gmbh in cooperation with C/O Berlin is the Berlin […]

A modern princess

A modern princess

  A modern princess Romantic and feminine with a rebellious and rock’n’roll twist. The modern Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini princess is sophisticated, but always cool…      

Exclusive Interview with Sandra Garcia Sanjuan the mind behind Starlite Festival

Exclusive Interview with Sandra Garcia Sanjuan the mind behind Starlite Festival

Sandra Garcia Sanjuan Interview with LUXE LIFE Magazine

Sandra Garcia Sanjuan is the creator and innovator behind one of Europe’s most celebrated and renowned music festivals. Startlite Festival celebrated every summer in the Spanish resort town of Marbella has not only brought international superstars such as Elton John, Tonny Bennett, Jason Derul, Ricky Martin, and Sting but it has revitalised the city of Marbella. Attracting well over 200,00 thousand spectators and generating 80 million euros worth of economic impact into the local economy. Sandra Garcia Sanjuan adventure began in 2012 and keeps growing bigger and better every year and continues to establish itself as a unique music, art, fashion, and lifestyle experience. Luxe life Magazine has interviewed Sandra Garcia Sanjuan to discover and unearth her creative mindset.

  • How would you define yourself in three words?

Passionate, dynamic and persistent.

  • How would your friends and family define you in three words?

“everything is possible”

  • The last thing you bought and loved.

A Valeria Mazza Design bag from

  • An unforgettable place you last visited

Costa Rica, I went for a sustainable fashion summit

  • A recent find

I’m always incorporating fascinating people that I discover, in my life.

  • You draw your inspiration from

From Starlite, my husband, the artists, my team…

  • An object that you would never part with

My cellphone.

  • A city you would love to live in

New York

  • The last meal that truly impressed you.

I love Japanese food.

‘THE EDIT’ exhibition at HOFA Gallery, Mayfair LONDON

‘THE EDIT’ exhibition at HOFA Gallery, Mayfair LONDON

‘THE EDIT’ exhibition at HOFA Gallery, Mayfair LONDON (4th July to 8th August 2018)   The House of Fine Art is celebrating what has been a fantastic year of expansion. Following the success of their first gallery in London, they have since opened a gallery […]

Classic Week Overview – London, 3 to 12 July

Classic Week Overview – London, 3 to 12 July

 Christie’s Classic Week sales in July present a vibrant array works of art dating from antiquity to the 20th century.  Spanning 14 auctions in total, remarkable lots with extraordinary provenance will be offered across mediums, periods and price points. Works range from a rich offering […]

New York City on the Must-Visit list for 2019 with many new Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Attractions Openings

New York City on the Must-Visit list for 2019 with many new Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Attractions Openings



—New Large-Scale Developments, Hotel and Venue Openings, Attractions, Dining, Retail and Culture Set to Drive Visitation to NYC in 2019— 

—NYC & Company Unveils New Pride Initiative,

“Pride. Uncontained.” to Spotlight 2019 in Lead-up to Next Year’s 50th Anniversary of Stonewall and NYC Hosting WorldPride—

 NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, today presented 2019: A Monumental Year to an audience of more than 150 New York City media and travel partners. The new global communications initiative is designed to spotlight New York City as a must-visit destination in 2019 when several large-scale developments and openings are set to debut along with new hotels, attractions, dining, retail, culture and more.  In June 2019, New York City will also play host to WorldPride, the first time the big event will be held in the United States. The LGBTQ celebration coincides with the historic 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, the birthplace of the modern gay rights movement. A promotional effort to showcase 2019 as a “Year of Pride” was today revealed alongside a colorful new creative design, promoting New York City under the banner “Pride. Uncontained.”

Today’s press conference, held at The Museum of Modern Art, was hosted by NYC & Company President and CEO Fred Dixonand Senior Vice President of Global Communications Chris Heywood. They were joined by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art, and Sarah Suzuki, MoMA’s Director, Opening of the new Museum, who provided an update on the museum’s significant expansion, projected to open in the summer of 2019.

“With an abundance of blockbuster openings across New York City and the historic 50th anniversary of Stonewall, 2019 will truly be a monumental year,” said Dixon. “We encourage travelers to plan ahead now and put New York City on their must-visit list for next year.”

For the first time ever, WorldPride will come to the United States with New York City hosting the month long event June 1–30, 2019 (the majority of events will be held June 25–30). NYC & Company’s new “Pride. Uncontained.” promotional effort uses vibrant colors and fresh designs to promote the City’s unwavering spirit of pride. New promotional artwork was unveiled at today’s press conference, which will be used in the lead-up to next year’s historic 50th Anniversary of Stonewall and WorldPride.

The Museum of Modern Art is undergoing a renovation and expansion that will increase gallery space by 30 percent and will enhance public spaces. The first phase of renovations on the east end is now complete and the next phase, including new construction on the west end, has an estimated completion date of summer 2019.

Other new large-scale developments coming to New York City in 2019 include Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s Far West Side—the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States; The Shed, a multi-arts center dedicated to global displays of visual art, design, media; and Vessel, a climbable urban landmark created by British designer Thomas Heatherwick. Within Hudson Yards, there will also be a new flagship Neiman Marcus store—the first in NYC; 14 acres of public space; an Equinox® branded luxury hotel; 16 distinct dining experiences curated by celebrity chefs including the new Spanish food hall Mercado Little Spain; and the City’s highest outdoor observation deck.  

2019 will also see the opening of the new 26,000-square-foot Statue of Liberty Museum, expected to debut next May; the Nordstrom Women’s Flagship Store; the renovation and expansion of the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx; and the opening of the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport in Queens. Next April, MetLife Stadium will host WWE’s WrestleMania 35.

New venues to attract meetings and convention delegates debuting in 2019 include The Glasshouse, set to be one of NYC’s largest private event spaces with two outdoor observation terraces overlooking the Hudson River; and the 360,000-square-foot Verizon Executive Education Center at the Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech Campus, which will offer a venue for academic conferences, executive programs and academic workshops. The Javits Center also continues its expansion, anticipated to be completed in 2021.

This year has also been defined by several new openings. Domino Park recently debuted on the Williamsburg waterfront on June 10. On June 30, Coney Island’s New York Aquarium will welcome the opening of the new Ocean Wonders: Sharks! exhibit. The reimagined Seaport District’s Pier 17 recently opened with new programming and future rooftop events, all part of Lower Manhattan’s continued revitalization. In November, Staten Island will welcome the opening of the 100-store Empire Outlets, NYC’s only outlet destination, on the St. George waterfront.


New York City has the most active hotel development pipeline in the country, with 117,300 hotel rooms and an expected inventory of nearly 137,000 hotel rooms by the end of 2019. NYC currently has the highest occupancy rate (88 percent on average) and the highest average daily room rate in the nation. The City has seen 40 consecutive months of increasing room demand, with a record 38 million+ room nights anticipated to be sold before year’s end.

New York City welcomed 62.8 million visitors in 2017, the City’s eighth consecutive year for record-breaking tourism, with 49.7 million domestic and 13.1 million international visitors. New York City remains the number one US destination for international visitation, visitor spending and economic impact. In 2018, the destination is expected to welcome 65.1 million visitors.


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