This fun enamel and colored sapphire bracelet was made by designer Rina Limor. It is hinged for easy on and off. Limor “finds inspiration for her unique designs in the sensual glamour of the Italian culture and the pursuit of life’s pleasures known as “La Dolce Vita – “The Good Life”. (rinalimor.com/home/about)
MB&F launched the first Horological Machine in 2007, positioning itself as an independent watchmaker primarily interesting in futuristic design. Ten years and eight Horological Machines later, (MB&F actually skipped over the HM7 a few months ago when it released the HM8), Max Büsser and his friends have remained steadfast in their mission, creating watches that look as if they were made without any standard watch parts at all. Today, one of the great pleasures of MB&F’s sometimes strangely…
Arguably China’s most exciting city, Shanghai pulses with the thrum of innovation. The city's skyline-defining landmarks, like the Oriental Pearl Tower and SWFC Observatory, are the best places to take in sweeping, panoramic views, but the real beauty lies in more traditional pleasures: strolling the Bund, exploring the colonial architecture in the old French Concession, and savoring a traditional Chinese tea tasting. —A.F.S.
Dr. Zoe Hart returns with the first five episodes from #HartofDixie S3. Binge on it here: http://cwtv.com/cw-video/hart-of-dixie/who-says-you-cant-go-home/?play=0d3b6aa3-5156-47a5-b6f3-4716fc124699&promo=pn-hart-of-dixie
Invented by two elderly spinsters, the Tatin sisters, this sensuous dessert is one of Raymond Blanc’s favourites. Combining the pleasures of dark caramel, crisp pastry and the sweet acidity of apples, it deserves to be served with the very best crème fraîche (“full fat, please,” says Raymond) or vanilla ice cream. Equipment and preparation: You will need a 20cm/8in tarte Tatin dish.