There are some things to take on board when finding the right location to wed – how many guests you are accommodating, how they might get there, and whether Aunt Mildred will approve. Everything else however is down to the pure nature of the location. From the petite to the monstrous, and from the charming to the downright ostentatious, if you know where to look there seems to be no lack of inspiration when it comes to finding the right wedding venue.
As has become a TRULY custom, we’ve spent some time looking into the future to see what luxury events we can find this coming quarter. It so turns out we’re quite excited about the next three months.
Highlights of what’s on in London include private Valentine’s dining, a Michelin star lunch accompanied with the life of Picasso, and a handful of Bach performances at the Royal Academy of Music.
Here’s the situation: there are 21 days (or three weeks if you prefer) ‘til Christmas day, and you’re stumped for gift ideas, but you’re still feeling a desire to get him or her something really special. Well, whether it’s an experience in Bermondsey or the Black Forest, and with gifts for anyone from wine connoisseurs to aspiring cricket legends, we just might have something you’re looking for.
This year, La Plange was deemed the world’s favourite ski resort, with around 2.5 million visitors over the course of the year. The Alps may attract 45% of the world’s skiers, which at the peak of the season means crowded pistes, bashed-up snow, and long queues for the chair lift. Step outside the comfort of the Alps however and you’ll be more than pleasantly surprised.
At TRULY, our team of luxury taste gurus are committed to scouring London to find only the finest things to do in and around the capital. As the crisp days of winter approach, we showcase the finest luxury events as part of our guide to what’s on in London in October, November and December 2014.
Most of us will have to face the fact that we’ll never be rulers of subjects, don a crown, or be transported hither and thither in a horse-drawn carriage. These sorts of things we might want to aspire towards and, surprisingly, aren’t always too far from a reality. If you know anyone who thinks it one of life’s biggest mistakes that they weren’t born to be a future monarch, here are a few ideas to placate them.
In London, fashionable restaurants are certainly not difficult to come by. There are some venues famous for their plush interiors, then there are those frequented by A-list celebrities, while most others rely on their reputations for a delectable menu and carefully prepared food. In no particular order, you’ll find at least one restaurant that fits into each of those categories.
Though we are inclined to say it took its time, the British summer is finally gracing our weather. Like all good things it will come to an end, which is why we prefer to make the most of it while the warmth decides to stick around. British summertime is a time when the best of Britain really starts to show its colours – from riding horseback across the lush Devonshire countryside to experiencing the reputable Cornwall surf, there seems to be no end to the possibilities of activities to go out there and do.
Holiday season is very much here. While many of the better organised among us will have already booked their summer break, lovers of spontaneity might well want to seek some inspiration for last-minute summer escapes. With that in mind, we’ve put together some of the most inspirational summer getaways in the world.
Home to some of Italy’s most picturesque landscapes, Piedmont includes rolling magical misty hills, vineyards and olive groves.
If you’re reading this, then you’re probably about to attend a wedding, and you’re probably short of ideas on what you should be gifting the newlyweds. Luckily for you, it might not involve looking much further, because our highly refined connoisseurs, or ‘tastemakers’ as we like to call them, have plenty in the way of inspiration for gifts for the bride.