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Philippe’s Best Cigar Review – HE Cigars

Philippe’s Best Cigar Review – HE Cigars

The history of tobacco is in one of the most beautiful island nations of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic that dates back to hundreds of years, perhaps even before the arrival of Columbus. The indigenous tribes had taken advantage of their ...

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Sneak Peek: Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, Mallorca

Jumeirah Group’s first European resort, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa, opened on the island of Mallorca, off the coast of Spain, just in time for the summer season. The hotel features 120 rooms and suites, two restaurants, four bars, two swimming pools, and three terraces overlooking the coastline, in ...

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Bottega’s First U.S. Men’s Store Comes to Manhattan

Italian fashion powerhouse Bottega Veneta is focusing its attention on men this season with the opening of its first U.S. men’s-only store in Manhattan and the unveiling of a newly expanded collection of men’s ready-to-wear and accessories. The store is located in a historic townhouse, which it shares with several ...

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Mercedes-Benz Reveals the 2013 G-Class: G550 and G63 AMG

It’s no great stretch to consider the Mercedes-Benz G-Class the Clint Eastwood of the automotive world. It’s famously tough, capable, and blessed with angular good looks that defy the passage of time

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Design-Driven Omnidirectional Speakers from Denmark

Boutique Danish speaker maker Davone just began shipping to U.S. dealers its compact Mojo speakers, which are suitable for placement on a bookshelf, table, or stand and also can be mounted on-wall.

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Manhattan Chefs Invade Atlantic City

Two prominent New York City chefs have opened restaurants in Atlantic City’s new Revel hotel just in time for summer; Alain Allegretti unveiled Azure by Allegretti and Marc Forgione opened American Cut, both in partnership with LDV Hospitality. The restaurants will feature cuisine derived from the chefs’ popular Manhattan haunts

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Phillips de Pury to Auction Off 20th- and 21st-Century Works

Phillips de Pury & Co., a 216-year-old international art company with outposts in London and New York, is hosting an auction June 15 at its Park Avenue location. Focusing on 20th- and 21st-century decorative arts and design, the auction will feature more than 100 pieces ranging from light fixtures and ...

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A Bruce Weber Photo Exhibit Hits Long Island’s East End

The work of renowned fashion photographer Bruce Weber will be on view in a summer-long exhibition at the Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society in Bellport, Long Island—a small seaside village that served as one of Weber’s favorite locations for his famous photo shoots in the early ’80s. For decades, Weber’s fashion photography ...

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Tateossian’s Latest London Store Offers New Custom Services

Tateossian, known for its wide variety of cuff links, from playful animals to serious gemstone designs, opened its fifth store in London—a sleek space right on Chelsea Harbour in Imperial Wharf—where it is offering custom services. In the store’s private workshop, located directly above the boutique, customers can have jewelry ...

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A Pinot Noir Celebration at Four Seasons Maui

Many travelers visit Four Seasons Resorts for their luxurious accommodations and consistent service, but others are drawn to the properties for their Unforgettable Events, a new series of unique experiences in sports, wellness, and food and wine.

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Gucci Takes to Travel

Italian luxury brand Gucci is taking a step toward more functional, stylish luggage with the launch of its first four-wheel trolley ($2,750). The sleek carry-on piece features wheels that rotate 360 degrees and a leather retractable top handle

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Robb Report readers join the jetpack set courtesy of JetLev

Taking water sports to new heights, a group of Robb Report readers recently tried out the JetLev R200 water-propelled jetpack. A 33-foot-long hose tethers the jetpack to a boat, where a marine engine pushes water through the hose and out of the R200’s two side-mounted water nozzles

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Robb Report readers join the jetpack set courtesy of JetLev

Taking water sports to new heights, a group of Robb Report readers recently tried out the JetLev R200 water-propelled jetpack. A 33-foot-long hose tethers the jetpack to a boat, where a marine engine pushes water through the hose and out of the R200’s two side-mounted water nozzles. The propulsion system ...

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