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An exceptionally rare pink diamond of 18.96-carat fetched 50.3 million Swiss francs (about R718m) at auction in Geneva, Switzerland recently, setting a new per-carat record for a stone of its kind. The diamond was discovered in a South African mine around a century ago. It was probably cut in the 1920s and has not been altered since. The Pink Legacy, which once belonged to the Oppenheimer family who for decades ran the De Beers diamond-mining company, was snapped up by American luxury brand Harry Winston, part of the Swiss Swatch group. Photo courtesy to rightful owner
Join us as we take over this castle 🏰 in Kent for Lux Afrique Christmas Ball on Saturday 22nd of December. 3 rooms of Champagne, Food, Cognac, Games and undiluted pure Music all night from 10pm till 4am. Dress code: Men - Suit & Tie, Ladies - Evening Gowns. For tickets click 🔗 in our bio
The new R2.6 million Mercedes-AMG G 63 has arrived in South Africa. The G 63 model is part of Mercedes-Benz G-Class a unique among all Mercedes models. It’s the only one of its kind in the German automaker’s lineup that’s able to balance an off-road identity with sporty and luxury goods surrounding it. It could also evolve into a model that plays into those two latter characteristics. It includes a newly developed AMG RIDE CONTROL suspension, AMG-specific transmission modes and a new interior with optimal widescreen cockpit. Photos courtesy to rightful owners
The Moroccan government has officially listed La Mamounia five-star hotel among the public companies on sale in 2019. The hotel is majority held by Morocco’s train office ONCF and was along with Tahaddart power Plant included in the list of companies to be sold in 2019. Since it was established in 1923, La Mamounia became a symbol of Morocco’s hospitality industry attracting celebrities and world leaders. The hotel which Churchill called “the most lovely spot in the whole world” has recently been named Best Hotel in the World at the 2018 Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards. Photos courtesy to rightful owners
Lux Afrique Christmas Ball will be hosted in a Castle 🏰 in Kent. Here's 1 out of 3 rooms we are taking over. It's the GOLD Room. For champagne, pictures and board games. Get your tickets before it's sold out. Link in bio
Great afternoon with @louisvuitton & our clients browsing the limited edition pieces & catching up over afternoon tea served by @fortnums ☕️👜 Contact to order any of the limited edition pieces displayed. #louisvuitton #luxafrique #privateview #luxurybags #luxurylife #luxuryshopping #privateshopping #privateevent #artdevivre #fashion #style #louisvuittonbags
Azza Fahmy, a true local pride and design aficionado, has just taken a creative trip to the enigmatic Nubia. Through utilising her eye for luxury and details, the designer turned the touristic destination into a stunning eight-piece hand-crafted collection, which could be described as a true ambassador. Inspired by the colourful architecture of Nubian houses, as well as Hassan Fathy’s old Nubia’s extensive photographic archives, this fabulous collection depicts miniature sculptural renderings which capture the smallest details seen in Nubia’s domes and artistic motifs. The wearable city is encrusted with champagne diamonds and semi-precious stones, including Turquoise and Aquamarine. Consisting of rings, earrings and necklaces, this contemporary artistic collection reveals Fahmy’s personal connection to this historical city in the south of Egypt, and echoes her successful design approach of translating cultural and historic international references to contemporary jewellery. Photo courtesy to rightful owner
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We are proud to announce @willkatelady has joined the Lux Afrique team as a Personal shopper & Influencer. Kamo is extremely talented, creative, has a flare and passion for fashion. Welcome on board 🌍🇿🇦
Mercedes-Benz is introducing a new form of EQ, for electric intelligence, or how well our cars prepare us for the future. That will be the branding for a new range of vehicles being developed by the world’s leading luxury German carmaker, as it aims to drive automotive technology beyond connected and self-driving cars. The Concept EQA, a compact, sporty electric car that is expected to have a range of 400km on one charge. It has one electric motor on the front axle and one at the rear, allowing for greater flexibility in driving settings. More important, though, it will have zero carbon emissions and is part of Mercedes-Benz’s push into the electric car market. Selvin Govender, marketing director of Mercedes-Benz Cars South Africa, points out that the new technology is still evolving. “The Mercedes-Benz EQ brand and technology encapsulates all the electric know-how of Mercedes-Benz cars,” he says. “By 2022, Mercedes-Benz will offer more than 10 purely electrically driven vehicles in every production series.” . . . Photo courtesy to rightful owner
We loved our stay at Four Seasons Shanghai @fsshanghai , voted one of the best business hotels in Asia. Read our review on the website ☕️ #fourseasons #luxuryhotel #shanghai #china #travelasia #fourseasonsshanghai #fsshanghai #luxurystay #luxurytravel #hotels
Early Bird Tickets are SOLD OUT. Only 100 normal tickets before we are completely sold out for the Christmas ball in a 🏰 on Saturday 22nd of December. Tickets link in our bio.
Blue Safari Seychelles is preparing to open a unique, sustainable eco-camp on one of the most remote atolls in the Seychelles. This company is blending sustainable tourism with luxury. The new offering, which will be made up of eight sustainable eco pods created from sympathetically restored shipping containers, will be located on Wizard Island in Cosmoledo. The new camp is slated to begin welcoming guests this month. Photos courtesy to rightful owners.
Delicious lunch at Jean-Georges Shanghai @chefjgv with @perrierjouet champagne 🥂 check our Instastory for me yumminess 😋 #Shanghai #travel #luxurylife #champagne #perrierjouet #foodie #china #visitchina #shanghaifood
The Marriott International and Eagle Hills have announced the signing of The St. Regis Tamuda Bay, marking the debut of the iconic luxury hospitality brand in Morocco. Located in the stylish epicenter of Tamuda Bay on the country’s northwestern coast, the hotel is slated to open in mid 2020. This property will be part of La Bahia Blanca, a lifestyle resort development being built by Eagle Hills, an Abu Dhabi-based private real estate investment and development company. The resort will show Moroccan charm and pay tribute to the Andalusian cultural legacy through elevated design, exceptional service and unique food and beverage offerings. It is a combinations of luxury hotels and a select number of beachfront residential villas with leisure facilities, including a beach, a park and a children’s play area. Photo courtesy to rightful owner.
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The Evolving Facets of African Jewelry thanks to three Cutting Edge Designers who are setting new standards. Here are the designers: Akudo Iheakanwa the creative director and founder of Shekudo, a Nigerian interdisciplinary design house, interrogates fiercely cultural and societal norms via her designs. Satta Matturi, her eponymous fine jewellery house is clearly focused on the luxury market, creating exquisite pieces using diamonds and other precious stones from her native Sierra Leone and other parts of Africa. Adele Dejak, the founder of his eponymous cult Kenyan jewellery brand notes: “The Adele Dejak story started in 2008 and has been about creating beautiful, thoughtful, afro-inspired handcrafted accessories for the modern, style-conscious woman. Our aesthetic has evolved but Africa still remains our point of departure; for inspiration and production.” . . . Photos courtesy to rightful owners.
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