Latest Lifestyle News: In the Lap of Luxury at MYS

August 13, 2018 S. Liu

Latest Lifestyle News: In the Lap of Luxury at MYS

A couple of weeks ago we brought you our first look ahead to the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show, which is now less than two months away, with a peak at the luxury trends to expect at the event.

Today, following in that same vein, we’ve produced a comprehensive luxury guide to the show, focussing on the finer things in life that visitors can expect to find both within the MYS itself, as well as when they venture beyond it and around the tiny principality. We hope you find our insider’s guide both useful and inspiring.

Elsewhere this week, we profile Lichtenstein based private bank VP Bank and their efforts to create new and exciting digital solutions for their high-end clients. As the digital revolution continues apace, all kinds of organisations are using technology to improve internal efficiencies as well as to enhance the customer experience.

Meanwhile in the world of horology, we take a look at the new the Classic 3 Timer Ocean & 3 Timer Midnight watches by Linde Werdelin, as well as the 25th Anniversary Edition Royal Oak Offshore timepiece by Audemars Piguet.

There’s also an impressive fusion of the arts of pen-making and watch-making with a limited edition pen by Montegrappa featuring a watch in its crown, while Harley-Davidson has confirmed it will launch its first electric bike next year.

Finally for this week, we report on Bentley’s plans to mark its 100th Anniversary with a giant photographic book, as well as the Infiniti QX50 SUV whose interior has been inspired by a luxury oceanfront resort.

That’s all for now. Until next time, enjoy our newsletter and have a wonderful week.

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