Latest Lifestyle News: The Sky’s the Limit in London

September 18, 2017 S. Liu

Latest Lifestyle News: The Sky’s the Limit in London

It is often assumed that some people are sufficiently wealthy as to be insulated from the natural fluctuations of the global economy, and a new study by private aviation leaders NetJets enhances this theory.

With the Brexit vote continuing to cause jitters among financial experts in London and across Britain ahead of the country officially leaving the EU in 2019, there are signs that the nerves of Ultra High Net Worth Individuals, at least, remain unaffected.

We headline today’s newsletters with this very news that suggests a strong outlook for London in terms of its private jet activity.

Elsewhere this week, there’s reports on the recent sale of a Ferrari Hypercar at RM Sotheby’s high profile London auction, as well as the launch of a beautiful new watch collection by legendary French fashion house Louis Vuitton.

There’s also news in the fast-moving world of virtual reality, with Audi announcing that the technology has been introduced to help customers design their dream car.

Meanwhile, Hublot have created a one-off tourbillon chronograph for Ferrari, Jaguar’s iconic E-Type model has been given an electric refit, and BMW have unveiled a yacht-inspired luxury car to mark 25 years of its customisation division.

Finally, we profile the first hotel opening in Greece by world renowned hotel owner and operator Four Seasons.

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

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