In this holiday issue of LUXlife, we showcase some of the most top-tier establishments that are defining the word ‘luxury’ – whether they provide a divine getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, or they enhance the pleasures of said daily life. Indeed, we take a look at a range of outstanding luxury service providers, from spas, restaurants, and tour operators, to architects, interior design studios, and even a wedding photographer – and they are all devoted to providing a truly optimal experience.
As we step into the season of new beginnings, there couldn’t be a better time to have a refresh, whether it’s new interiors for a tired-looking space, new jewels to add a sparkly twist to an outfit, a wellness retreat to rejuvenate the soul, a beer spa experience – yes, beer! – to unwind and relax, or a tropical vacation to take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
We would like to wish all of our LUXlife readers a happy new year that’s brimming with prosperity. It is a time for new beginnings, for reflection and looking ahead, for learning from past challenges and exploring new opportunities for growth.
The Leaders in Luxury Awards were launched by LUXlife Magazine to recognise the companies and individuals who are excelling within the ever-growing luxury product and services industry – those who illustrate specialist expertise and an innovative approach to remain at the forefront of their field.
This November, we are proud to present you with a plethora of luxury businesses that are laser focused on being the best in their industries.
We are truly pleased to showcase the companies featured in this issue as we believe that they are altering the realm of sophistication, luxury, and perfectly balanced opulence.
As the season changes again, we welcome the longer nights, our favourite comfort foods, and crisp leaves that will fall soon. With a change of season there comes a shift within all of us. We look forward to a time of contemplation, further development of plans, and all of the times of togetherness that ride upon the crisp air.
This issue comes to you in the height of our summer. With the sun beaming down upon us, we are indeed reminded of fond summer memories from years gone before. We would like to take the time to remind you of all the hard work you have set out in spring to accomplish and, as these goals have now come intro fruition, we want to take the time to congratulate you for your dedication and achievements.
This issue is here to bring you a selection of businesses making waves in their sectors. Luxurious, extravagant, rich, and exquisite, these businesses – and their products – have completely changed lives. 2022 has seen much expansion and the rebuilding of the luxury industry. This can be anything from restaurants to travel, resorts to weddings, flowers to jewellery, and much more.
This issue will bring you up to speed on some of the most innovative, lavish, and simply spectacular businesses that are truly making their mark on the industry. So far, 2022 has been a year of fulfilment and growth for many – after a long time in difficult situations and multiple closures of businesses around the globe.
We would like to wish all of our LUXlife readers a very Happy New Year. Following on from a turbulent 2021, we now hope that 2022 blossoms into a realm of hope, happiness, opportunity, and success. We know that a lot of businesses have faced challenges throughout these uncertain times however, in the spirit of positivity, here we would like to showcase some of those who have prevailed in the luxury lifestyle industry.
In this issue, we want to let you in on a few mysteries as we reveal some of the best healthcare, homecare, and enjoyable encounters. From eco-friendly, sustainable, and futureproof businesses to innovative concepts and artistic twists in the industry, this issue of LUXlife is loaded with incredible opportunities to learn. Here we discover some show-stopping staples across a number of industries that all make for more enjoyable experiences, no matter your requirements.
And just like that, summer has once again wound down and its back to work. For many of us, September comes with a sense of resetting and renewal, a chance to turn over a new leaf following the summer and look at our plans and goals as we enter the final part of the year.
After a long winter of lockdowns, the promise of a summer of travel and freedom is a welcome prospect for all. The chance to explore the world and revel in its many entertaining and life affirming experiences is finally within reach, and the sense of excitement is palpable.
One quarter down and heading into summer, it’s strange to think that just a few weeks ago we were all joyous at the fact that 2020 – that most bizarre and challenging of years – was almost behind us. But now, while we have accustomed ourselves to the strangeness and familiarity of lockdowns and new safety measures, the more immediate future can be seen as both a transition and a time to restart.
Happy New Year to all of our LUXlife readers. After a tumultuous 2020, we hope 2021 brings new hope and opportunity, especially for those businesses who have faced multiple challenges throughout the past year.
What a strange year it has been, especially for the luxury industries. Looking back at the editions published early in the year is a sobering experience. Yet, here we are – for the most part, through the worst.
While we’ve spent the last six months – and all of summer – restricted by lockdowns and curfews and quarantines, all signs point to winter heralding a tentative freedom, of sorts (if nothing too drastic changes). Yet, we’re currently treading water in the mellowed hues of autumn, waiting for more normal operations or a retreat back behind closed doors. It’s a time of utter uncertainty with the future looking both murky and bright.
With many industries adapting to what many describe as the new normal, this summer edition of LUXlife is focused around showcasing the variety of ways in which businesses have changed to continue providing their services to clients.
Whilst the news at the moment is decidedly morose, we – as always- endeavour to offer a respite. It’s important to stay focused on the positives, and the promise that the future will be better than this rather surreal present.
Fittingly, this issue is a celebration. A celebration of the finest establishments, products and services on the global luxury landscape. From solid gold sound systems, to must-visit archipelago resorts, we have spotlighted just a few of the very best.
All over the world there are signs of its presence – whether you’re currently hunkered down and bracing against a cold chill or gazing out of the window at the grey skies and ever-present rainfall. Of course, for our neighbours in the southern hemisphere, winter means heat, warmth and humidity (I’m slightly envious).
Summer is almost over. Sadly.
Yet, there’s plenty to look forward to as we enter the new season. Whether you can’t wait to dive into the coveted Pumpkin Spice Latte, wrap up warm, or watch the leaves turn, Autumn (or Fall, depending on your preference) is a gift just waiting to be enjoyed.
With a heatwave bearing down upon us (don’t forget to drink plenty of water!), there can be no mistaking that summer is here, and it’s going to be a hot one. So, why not sit back, take a moment for yourself and relax with the latest issue of LUXlife?
It’s time to prepare for that perfect getaway. That idyllic sun-drenched retreat. The untouched slopes, and warm, cosy chalets. The jungle paradise offering the quintessential way to reconnect with nature. Whatever your cup of tea – whether you are setting off for tropical climates or arctic ones – it’s important to claim some time for yourself.
It is the perfect time for a spring clean. Whether it’s rejuvenating a tired old space or finding that perfect wellness retreat to revitalise your mind, body and spirit, it is important to take stock and prepare for the opportunities – and challenges- that lie ahead.
For many, a New Year heralds a fresh start. After all, this is a time for reflection and a time to look ahead, learning from the previous’ years challenges, and exploring new opportunities for growth. This is a time for new beginnings, as businesses around the world set their plans for the upcoming year.
As 2018 draws to a close and with the festive season quickly approaching, the Xmas issue of LUXlife Magazine has been designed to showcase to you the very best of luxury getaways, restaurants with dishes to tantalise the tastebuds and innovative interior designs to inspire you for any home renovations.
Stepping into the Autumn months, LUXlife is provides you with a glimpse into the finer things in life. From world-class design firm, to luxurious hotel getaways, LUXlife provides you with a taste of world of luxury.
As we begin to embrace the summer months, LUXlife is taking a glimpse into the realm of luxury lifestyle. From interior designs, to luxurious spas, even one of Sir David Attenborough’s favourite places in the world, Queensland, LUXlife has dived into the world of the glamorous.
Taking centre stage of this month’s edition is Flirt Products, whose luxurious Flirt Hair Extension was designed for practical and healthy reasons, along with comfort and enjoyment in mind. Recently, we profiled the products as we aim to explore the secrets behind the success of this exciting retailer.
Gracing our cover of this month’s issue, is the John Burton-Race Restaurant with Rooms in Torquay, situated in the heart of the English Riviera. The truly exceptional establishment boats dedicated and supportive staff, as well as glorious natural surroundings and delicious food.
Diving straight in, the Mondrian Doha, designed by Marcel Wanders, brings guests to a world where anything can happen, and around each corner lies another surprise, as we find out when we visited this beautiful and enticing establishment.
Diving straight in, we take a glimpse at Aroma Spa Retreat, which is spa like no other. Nestled on the beach in the beautiful Balinese village of Sanur, it makes you feel like you are stepping back in time when you arrive in the traditional Balinese compound.