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Piazza Farnese, Rome

The side streets of Rome’s Piazza Farnese neighbourhood form the backbone of a charming local community of small businesses, boutiques, caffès, eateries, and history, all hiding in a busy metropolis.

24 Hours in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city proud of its past, with a rich history built on maritime trade and a long tradition of excellence in the arts, especially painting. Yet the Dutch city is also a forward-looking place, full of hot young designers, recently redeveloped museums, and progressive ideas. Quirky, innovative, and fun, Amsterdam is best enjoyed with a slow pedal by bicycle, a stroll along its canals, or an hour spent on a café terrace watching the world go by.

Famous avenues

Iconic boulevards offer the best of shops, style, architecture, and national events. Here are some of the best avenues which encapsulate the heart of the cities in which they are set.

Five minutes with
Hajera Memon
 

Managing Director – Shade 7 Publishing
Award-winning Hajera Memon has captured the imagination of children all over the world with Qur’anic pop-up storybooks.

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Le Mas Candille
Mougins
France
 

Located between bustling Cannes and the world perfume capital of Grasse, the five-star Le Mas Candille in the picturesque village of Mougins is a great base from which to explore the French Riviera.

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A concise guide to
men’s dressing
 

When it comes to men’s dressing, effortless sophistication actually takes significant effort. It’s very easy to cross the line from dapper gentleman to sloppy Joe; so the next time you dress to impress,...

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What’s in my travel bag – Blake Mycoskie
Chief Shoe Giver
TOMS
 

California-based social entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie is the man behind the ‘One for One’ business model that has provided 35 million pairs of shoes to people in need around the world, from Haiti to...

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Men’s skincare  

Today’s conscientious man is ever aware of the importance of a well-maintained complexion. It is, after all, the basis to achieving that rugged yet well-groomed look. Here are five essential skincare products...

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Qatar Duty Free
Valrhona
 

Valrhona: The fine-dining ingredient now available to all
One of the world’s most famous chocolate brands, revered by Michelin-starred chefs; the high-cocoa-content marvels of French chocolatier...

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fashion
Behind the scenes
 

Each month Oryx produces a fashion shoot for its sister publication, Oryx Premium. This month we went behind the scenes with the award-winning fashion photographer, Toufic Araman in Doha’s...

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Hunting Down
the New Black…
 

Marsala, a muted shade of reddish brown, was decreed the colour of 2015 by Pantone, the global authority on colour. But can a single colour truly define 365 days?

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