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Maxi Mini

It’s been 55 years since the first Mini went on sale, and the latest Cooper S sets out to capture some of that original charm.

Cinnamon Gardens, Colombo

Colombo’s ritzy residential district Cinnamon Gardens is an attractive enclave of shady boulevards flanked by stately homes, art galleries, cafés, and historic buildings.

24 hours in New York City

It’s called ‘the city that never sleeps’, and for good reason. New York City defines energy, and any visitor to the city absorbs this immediately. The USA’s largest city since 1790, New York has become an international cultural, political, and financial epicentre. More than a third of its residents were born outside the country, and more than 170 languages are spoken. From food to the arts, diversity is New York’s brand.

Five minutes with
Neal Fox
 

Restoring a revered brand to prominence is a tall order. But that’s just what Neal Fox has done since shouldering the load to bring the famed Mark Cross handbag back from extinction to Qatar. Available at...

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The Setai
Miami Beach
 

Effortlessly balancing a tranquil tropical hideout with the sizzling South Beach scene, this hotel undoubtedly deserves its place among The Leading Hotels of the World.

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What’s in my travel bag
Georgina Chapman
 

Together with best friend Keren Craig, Georgina Chapman envisioned a brand that conjured up the nostalgia of a bygone era of glamour.

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Insider’s Guide to Grünerløkka  

Local resident and writer Anne-Sophie Redisch gives you the low-down on the hippest and liveliest neighbourhood in the Norwegian capital and takes us on a little tour of Grünerløkka.

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plan ahead
July
 

Oryx presents its insider’s tips for places to visit in July, which is the ideal month for all kinds of trips: beach escapes, city breaks, and family holidays.

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A feast for the senses  

Qatari cuisine embraces the best of Middle Eastern cooking, flavoured by delicious ingredients from the spice route.

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fine food
Moussaka
 

The layered and unlayered moussaka common across the Middle East and Mediterranean are both relatives of the revered Italian lasagne. Each is distinctly different yet pleasurable and worth seeking out on your...

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fine food
André Chiang
 

Chef André Chiang has a philosophy: to use only the freshest of seasonal produce, focusing on artisan ingredients to create ‘culinary art’ that reflects his roots in southern French nouvelle...

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