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By : LuxuryNext Team | April 5, 2018

These five smartwatches are chic and fashionable enough for you to ditch your regular luxury watch.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | March 23, 2018

Penfolds’ is among the world’s best winemakers. Their wines are imported to several countries, including the US. Sam Stephens, the brand’s Winemaking Ambassador, travels the world to introduce the 174-year-old estate to people beyond Australia. He was in Mumbai to launch Penfolds, in association with Brindco, over a series of high-profile soirees and wine dinners. The WSET diploma holder, who recently completed the first level of Masters of Wines studies tells Luxury Next about estate’s heritage and its many wines.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | March 8, 2018

Elephant Parade is India’s largest and most prominent public art shows. It is as much about art as it is about conservation.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | February 24, 2018

Millennials, of course, but also out-of-the-box retail and Michelin dining on the street. A few trends that will tell you which way the luxury industry will roll this year.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | January 3, 2018

There is no doubt: 2017 was a much better year for the luxury industry, far better than 2016 ever was. Revival of the fortunes of a few brands and several exciting happenings from them world of luxury.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 30, 2017

The recently launched Indian luxury fashion brand, Varana, finds its first home in London’s Mayfair district. It promises to be India’s answer to Hermès, even as it stays rooted in the country’s rich craftsmanship and textiles.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 21, 2017

From watches to scotch whisky and luxury bags, all the best indulgences which you can gift your loved ones, or yourself, to celebrate 2017’s festive season

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 13, 2017

At some point, the world map will be drastically redrawn. Climate change has ensured that there are several destinations facing the wrath of man-made disaster, destinations that may disappear in the next 50 to 100 years. They are, very obviously, the hottest destinations to travel to in 2017-2018.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | December 26, 2016

Ulysse Nardin chooses a far-flung suburb of Mumbai to debut their first India store at a time when demonetization and a general slowdown have hit the luxury industry.

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By : LuxuryNext Team | November 5, 2016

India is the next port of call for global luxury cruises, backed by the Indian government’s policy changes and its intention to build world class infrastructure.

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