New Porsche Supercar Planned

There are rumours that Porsche are planning a new Supercar to succeed the incredible Carrera GT. They developed a race car called the LMP2 RS Spyder and have enjoyed success all around the world. The rumour, according to a French car magazine, is that they will develop the theories behind this car into a new…
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Anonymous Millionaire: An Introduction

LUSSO Magazine wants an occasional column about the serious problems facing people deeply immersed in the luxury lifestyle, announced the BAFTA award-winning actor I’d hired to dramatically read my e-mails aloud for the week. At first I was confused. Hasnt our world of 500-foot yachts serving sushi cut from the bellies of the fish whose…
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Home Suite Home: 47 Park Street Residences

If you ever thought of owning a second home in London but have been dissuaded by all the hassle and costs then think again. 47 Park Street Grand Residences by Marriott is offering elegantly designed one or two bedroom residences in the heart of Londons Mayfair for £111,000 and £260,000 respectively. In return, members get…
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Wake Up And Smell The Aroma-therapy

For those of us who have melted under the tender hands of its expert Asian practitioners in such exotic locations as Thailand, Vietnam or the Maldives, some good news. Six Senses, the unique holistic and organic spa/lifestyle experience, has arrived in London’s Canary Wharf, so a stones throw rather than a plane ride to unadulterated…
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Modern Day Heroes

Standing in the entrance of the Halcyon Gallery, Bruton Street, London, an older gentleman (who frankly should know better) walks in with a beautiful younger woman. She immediately makes a bee line for a piece entitled ‘Sex in the City’, an alluring display of brightly jewelled high-heeled shoes, picks one up and is in the process…
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How To Start A Watch Company

For Giles and I, our interest in all things mechanical began as young children. Our weekends and evenings were spent with our father in his workshop, tinkering with balsa wood, cogs and wheels and any other spare materials we could find lying around. Our father was an incredible engineer. To this day we still fly…
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Flight Test: Dave Unwin Reviews The TBM-700

Scything through the summer sky at 5 miles a minute, I was profoundly impressed at not only how civilised the TBM is, but perhaps even more importantly, how easy it is to fly. “Although with its wood-and-leather interior, Club-Class seating and air conditioning pack, the -700 may not appear to be a pioneering aeroplane, in…
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Phil Spencer – Buying From A Developer

Purchasers who aspire to live in a fresh, new, modern environment but don’t have time or expertise to do the work themselves, feel that in paying a premium for a refurbished property they’ll get the finished article they desire. When everything goes smoothly it seems a fair trade: cash, in exchange for goods and services.…
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Porto, Portugal

Guide books are always banging on about what good fun it is to get “lost” amongst winding streets of medieval cities – but I can tell you from hard experience that it isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. At least, it isn’t a good idea to go the wrong way under the glare of…
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Swing Low Sweetly: The Maldives

I suppose it is a legitimate concern. Only 200 of the 1,192 Maldivian islands are inhabited. Simultaneously, it’s one of the world’s most dispersed countries and the smallest country in Asia, in terms of population and landmass. To add a bit of a brain twister to the equation, the Maldives has the Earth’s lowest highest…
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