La Nuit de l'Elégance, taking place on Thursday, the 2nd of October at the superb new Monaco Yacht Club is guaranteed to be a glittering affair.
The first thing that we have to point out is that the event has already sold out! So what is the point of telling you about it? The point is that a hugely generous donor who bought a table is now auctioning it! So there is a chance to go to this glamorous, and I mean glamorous, event. Super cool.Read More
Poland may not rank very high on many people’s list of places to see, but it is nonetheless a fascinating country with a turbulent yet rich history.
The former Polish capital, Krakow, does not need any introduction. Considered by many as one of the most enchanting cities in Eastern Europe, it remains in many ways the cultural and artistic hub of the country. Its historic center not only avoided destruction during World War II, it also survived the Soviet occupation.Read More
After the success of the inaugural charity cycle ride in aid of Cancer Research last year, the Cogs 4 Cancer guys are back in the saddle again!
The Cogs 4 Cancer team, comprising 16 riders from the yachting industry, will be riding from Ancona in Italy, all the way to Antibes via Monaco, in aid of Cancer Research UK, Clinique Tzanck in Mougins and the children’s cancer unit at the Lenval Hospital in Nice.Read More
This property, enjoying heavenly peace and stunning panoramic views, is situated in the rolling hills just above the village of Apricale.
A small private road lined with oleander shrubs leads directly to the property. Once through the entrance gate, the well maintained grounds and the driveway paved with natural stone, come into view. There are four off-street parking spaces on the grounds, two of which are covered-in.Read More
Monaco’s Musée des Souvenirs Napoléoniens will close its doors at the end of the year, with its contents set to be auctioned this November.
This considerable collection amounts to nearly 1,000 pieces that include many manuscripts, weapons, paintings, and sculptures. Other items of note include a black felt cocked hat, which was worn by the French ruler during his imprisonment on the island of Elba and which is valued at between €300,000 and €400,000Read More