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Nestled among the lofty heights of Lake Davos, the AlpenGold Hotel stands as an architectural marvel that transcends the ordinary. Since its inauguration in December 2013, this haven has swiftly become an icon of organic design, drawing inspiration from the nearby pinecone-laden forests. Situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level, this abode at the entrance of the Flüela valley isn't merely a hotel; it's a gateway to a plethora of experiences.

Rooms and Suites: Alpine Opulence

The 191 rooms and 25 suites at the AlpenGold Hotel offer contemporary sophistication. From spacious interiors to breathtaking terrace views, every detail has been meticulously curated to immerse guests in sheer luxury. The suites are spacious, featuring a separate living room and a large, well-equipped bathroom.

Culinary Escapades: A Gastronomic Symphony

Sapori, with its view of majestic peaks and an elegant dining space, showcases Italian culinary art. An open show kitchen adds a touch of excitement as guests savor the culinary delights prepared before their eyes.

Atelier Vert celebrates creativity and sustainability in its local vegetarian cuisine, sourcing ingredients from the hotel's garden and regional producers, ensuring an unforgettable gastronomic journey rooted in the flavors of the Graubünden region.

The Cheese Factory elevates local specialties to modern gourmet dishes, offering grand cru cheeses and carefully selected meats subtly seasoned with herbs from the surrounding mountain pastures. A highlight is the cheese bubble, that lets guests dine outdoors, surrounded by nature's beauty.

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La Muña, adorned with monochrome shades and eclectic artworks, offers a refined ambiance against the stunning alpine backdrop. Here, Japanese cuisine with Peruvian influences tantalizes taste buds with its sweet, sour, raw, and marinated flavors, creating an irresistible culinary experience.

Le Fumoir is situated on the same floor as La Muña and caters to connoisseurs of finest tobacco, offering a selection of top Cuban cigars and distilled fermentations in a daring ambiance, perfect for those celebrating the art of a hand-rolled cigar.

Nuts & Co. Bar serves as a haven for indulgence, providing a cozy atmosphere for a light lunch, afternoon tea, or a nightcap while offering a stunning view of the surrounding mountain landscape.

Spa Nescens: Rejuvenation Amidst Alpine Serenity

Spanning 1,200 square meters, Spa Nescens embodies relaxation and rejuvenation. From heated indoor and outdoor pools to a fitness studio and bespoke treatment rooms, this spa offers a haven for guests to unwind and absorb the revitalizing energy of Davos and its majestic mountains. Separate wellness areas for men and women, along with specialized Alpine Spa suites, ensure tailored experiences for ultimate relaxation.

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Since the AlpenGold Hotel joined the Michel Reybier Hospitality family, it isn't just a retreat anymore; it's a symphony of exquisite experiences woven into the fabric of nature's grandeur. A destination that promises more than accommodation, it offers an immersive journey where every sense is awakened, and every moment is cherished amidst the splendor of the alpine back country.

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In the serene embrace of the Swiss Alps lies a beacon of luxury, The Alpina Gstaad. Far beyond a mere accommodation, this five-star haven redefines opulence for the discerning traveler. Nestled amidst nature's heart, this eco-conscious establishment seamlessly blends Swiss tradition with cutting-edge amenities, setting new standards for mindful and responsible luxury.

A Symphony of Alpine Authenticity and Luxury

The 58 rooms and suites embody the marriage of Alpine authenticity with Swiss luxury. Drawing inspiration from the region's heritage, meticulous craftsmanship adorns every detail. From classically carved ceilings to timber-clad walls, every element exudes a sense of cozy sophistication. Swiss farmhouse-style cupboards and chests, along with traditional decorative accessories like leather straps used for cowbells, harmoniously infuse local charm into a fresh, contemporary setting.

Culinary Extravaganza

The culinary journey at The Alpina Gstaad is nothing short of exquisite. Helmed by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Martin Göschel, the hotel's four restaurants—Sommet by Martin Göschel, Megu, Swiss Stübli, and Alpina Lounge & Bar—celebrate classic cuisines from around the world. Each dining space pays homage to authentic flavors, utilizing the finest regional produce. The attention to detail and pursuit of perfection by Chef Göschel are evident in every dish, ensuring a gastronomic experience like no other.

For aficionados of cigars and fine spirits, The Alpina Gstaad offers an unparalleled selection. The cigar collection, inspired by Havana's 1930s chic, boasts nearly 40 types, catering to the most discerning tastes. Meanwhile, the rustic stone and wood-clad wine cellar house over 900 bottles sourced from the world's finest winemakers. From rare Japanese whiskies to exquisite champagnes and sake, the collection is a testament to the hotel's dedication to indulgence.

Sensory Bliss at Six Senses Spa Gstaad

The journey of indulgence doesn’t end with culinary delights and spirits; it extends to the Six Senses Spa Gstaad. Here, a pioneering approach to wellness meets a profound understanding of human awareness. Beyond ordinary spa treatments, this sanctuary combines high-tech advancements with a personalized, high-touch experience. The spa's layered approach aims to cater to individual needs, creating a holistic and rejuvenating escape.

Our Conclusion

The Alpina Gstaad stands as a testament to the harmonious blend of nature, luxury, and sustainability. It’s not just a retreat; it's an embodiment of mindful, conscious, and responsible extravagance. For those seeking an escape into the lap of Swiss Alpine opulence, this iconic establishment promises an experience that transcends the ordinary, elevating luxury living to a whole new altitude.

As the autumn breeze begins to rustle through the streets of Zurich, there's a new reason for the city's residents and visitors to celebrate. Veuve Clicquot is set to unveil a unique culinary experience that promises to ignite the senses and elevate the spirit. Introducing The Solaire Café by Veuve Clicquot, a pop-up gastronomic concept that marries the effervescence of their Champagne with an exceptional dining affair. From September 1 to 23, 2023, this temporary haven of taste and luxury will grace the Tischbankstuhl & Co showroom at Fraumünsterstrasse 2 in Zurich. Let's have a first look!

Where Solaire Culture meets Culinary Art

For over two centuries, Veuve Clicquot has radiated their "Culture Solaire," a sun-kissed ethos that has adorned their iconic champagne bottles since 1877. The unmistakable Clicquot yellow, a symbol of joy, optimism, and the sun's embrace, is not just a color – it's a statement. The Solaire Café stands as a testament to this very spirit of audacity, creativity, and innovation that has characterized Veuve Clicquot for generations.

Nestled in the heart of Zurich, The Solaire Café boasts stunning views of Bürkliplatz and the shimmering waters of Lake Zurich. This picturesque location provides an idyllic backdrop for enjoying the fleeting moments of late summer. The synergy between the café's position between Lake Zurich and the Limmat River and Veuve Clicquot's legacy of positivity and vivacity is palpable, creating an ambiance that invites guests to revel in the present.

A Harmony of Flavors and Bubbles

What truly sets The Solaire Café apart is its dedication to crafting an experience that blends culinary artistry with the effervescence of champagne. Enter Marco Pfleiderer, a celebrated fine-dining caterer whose culinary mastery has earned him a reputation in the city. For this venture, Pfleiderer has curated a menu that harmoniously complements the flavors of Veuve Clicquot champagnes. From delectable Tuna Burgers adorned with avocado and miso to delicate Moules Frites, every dish carries the touch of Pfleiderer's creativity and devotion to locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.

Of course, the star of the show remains the Yellow Label Champagne, its silkiness and freshness making it an ideal companion for both aperitifs and indulgent small bites. To add an extra layer of excitement, The Solaire Café introduces the "Solaire Cocktail," a bespoke creation by Dirk Hany, the visionary founder of Bar am Wasser, an iconic local establishment next door. The cocktail is a harmonious marriage of innovation and tradition, just like the Café itself.

Capturing Memories and embracing Joy

In the spirit of sharing and creating memories, The Solaire Café offers a vibrant social scene, enhanced by the musical rhythms of DJane Zoe B and her team every Thursday to Saturday from 18:00 to 21:00. For those seeking a more introspective touch, Zurich artist and illustrator Silvan Borer will be present on select days, capturing the magic of the moment with live portraits that guests can take home.

In our view, The Solaire Café by Veuve Clicquot is not just a gastronomic journey; it's an ode to life's simple pleasures and the boundless joy they bring. It's an invitation to extend the warmth of summer well into September, all while basking in the golden glow of Veuve Clicquot's Yellow Label. So, mark your calendars and join us in raising a glass to the spirit of celebration, optimism, and the art of savoring life. The Solaire Café awaits, ready to create unforgettable moments against the backdrop of Zurich's vibrant energy.

When it comes to celebrating life's moments of triumph and joy, few beverages can match the elegance and sophistication of champagne. And if you appreciates the finer things in life, then Champagne Piper-Heidsieck is a brand you should have on your radar. With a legacy dating back to 1785, this French champagne house has been producing extraordinary champagnes for over two centuries, captivating the palates of connoisseurs around the world.

Piper-Heidsieck's Rich History

The art of champagne making is a meticulous process that requires a delicate balance of expertise, innovation, and passion. Piper-Heidsieck has mastered this art to perfection. One of their hallmarks is their unique blends, crafted from a harmonious combination of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay grapes. It's no wonder that they have received numerous accolades and awards for their superior craftsmanship.

To truly appreciate Piper-Heidsieck, it's important to delve into the rich history of the champagne house. Founded in 1785 by Florens-Louis Heidsieck, a German businessman who settled in France, the company initially operated under the name Heidsieck & Co. With a passion for viticulture and a belief in the art of blending, Heidsieck created the Piper-Heidsieck brand in 1839, setting the stage for the champagne house's enduring legacy.

"I go to bed with a few drops of Chanel N° 5, and I wake up each morning to a glass of Piper-Heidsieck; it warms me up."

Marilyn Monroe

Over the years, Piper-Heidsieck has gained worldwide acclaim for its distinctive fresh, elegant, and harmonious taste. It has become a symbol of luxury and celebration, making appearances at prestigious events such as the Cannes Film Festival. Savoring a glass of Piper-Heidsieck is like indulging in a piece of history and immersing oneself in the refined elegance of a bygone era.

A new Era for the Maison

While many chief winemakers have been instrumental in shaping the legacy of Piper-Heidsieck, the brand's future lies in the capable hands of Émilien Boutillat, who joined the family in October 2018 as the chef de cave. At a young age, Émilien has already garnered extensive experience working with renowned champagne houses such as Armand de Brignac. His exposure to diverse winemaking practices across the globe has enriched his skills and expertise, making him the perfect successor to carry forward the Piper-Heidsieck tradition of excellence.

"A magnum is the perfect size for two gentlemen to have over lunch, especially if one isn’t drinking."

Winston Churchill

Émilien has now also infused his expertise into the creation of the Essentiel Blanc de Noirs. By blending the distinct qualities of Pinot Noir and Meunier grapes, he reinterprets the Champagne-making tradition with audacious expressions. With delicate freshness and unparalleled skill, Émilien captures the essence of the unconventional while respecting the House's storied identity.

Piper-Heidsieck Essentiel Blanc de Noirs

With the introduction of the Essentiel Blanc de Noirs, Piper-Heidsieck pays homage to its legacy while embarking on an exciting new chapter. This cuvée stands as a testament to the House's commitment to both tradition and innovation. Tasting Piper-Heidsieck's first ever Blanc de Blancs lets us embarking on a sensory adventure. From the delicate notes of yellow fruits that evolve into the rich hues of red and black fruits, to the intriguing accents of smoky honey and paprika, each sip is a symphony of flavors. This cuvée's crisp generosity on the palate, guided by citrus and raspberry undertones, culminates in a finish that is both rounded and tension-filled. Aged for three years with an Extra Brut dosage, the Essentiel Blanc de Blancs unveils a wide array of pairing possibilities to enhance your culinary experiences.

Through the Piper-Heidsieck Essentiel Blanc de Blancs, the House not only introduces a new Champagne but also invites us to explore the delicate balance between history and innovation, tradition and sustainability. With each bottle, a legacy is honored, a terroir celebrated, and a promise to craft a future that embraces both the art of winemaking and the responsibility to our environment.

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Château Galoupet presents its second vintage since embracing organic farming, following the resounding success of the Château Galoupet Cru Classé Rosé 2021. The latest vintage, crafted entirely from estate-grown vines, is a complex, full-bodied Rosé de Provence boasting a refined mineral finish and remarkable aging potential. Let's discover the magic of Château Galoupet's second vintage since transitioning to Organic Cultivation!

An Exceptional Rosé de Provence

Located in an environmentally conscious and forward-looking estate, Château Galoupet encompasses 77 hectares of protected forest and 69 hectares of certified organic vineyards. It boasts three distinct micro-terroirs and a unique microclimate shaped by the winds blowing between the Massif des Maures, the ancient salterns of Hyères, and the "Golden Islands" off the Côte d'Azur.

Recognized as a Cru Classé de Provence since 1955, the estate traces its roots back to an 18th-century map and lies within the geologically oldest area of the appellation. As a burgeoning biodiversity sanctuary, housing diverse native plants and animals, the team at Château Galoupet strives to produce increasingly refined expressions of the terroir while respecting nature and the environment to the fullest.

The 2021 vintage presented its challenges, but given the weather conditions of 2022, this second vintage rosé is truly a marvel. Due to extremely high temperatures, the grapes ripened ten days earlier than in 2021, leading to an unprecedented early start and end to the harvest in the month of August. However, the harvest was suddenly interrupted by a severe hailstorm, an event not seen on the estate for two decades.

Nevertheless, thanks to rigorous micro-selection from 39 organically cultivated plots and meticulous vinification in 600-liter French oak barrels, the wine reveals different aspects of the terroir. Compared to the 2021 vintage, it is equally expressive, boasting the same well-structured mouthfeel, a long, mineral finish, and intriguing aging potential.

Château Galoupet Cru Classé Rosé 2022

The Aroma: Generous and vibrant, with notes of apricot, wild peach, and complex pastry aromas.

The Palate: Full-bodied, opulent, and intense, with delicate notes of fresh flowers, yellow fruits, almonds, and sweet spices, followed by a touch of honey. A long, complex, and mineral finish.

Blend: Grenache (58%), Tibouren (12%), Syrah (11%), Rolle (11%), Cinsault (6%), Sémillon (2%).

Cellaring Potential: 2-4 years.

At Artworth we believe that the Château Galoupet Cru Classé Rosé 2022 is a truly exceptional wine that harmoniously captures the essence of the estate's unique terroir and organic winemaking philosophy. With its impressive complexity, luxurious mouthfeel, and the promise of graceful aging, it is the perfect companion for moments of indulgence and celebration.

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Discover our journey into the world of Jamaican rum, where we'll delve deep into the essence of Appleton Estate, a renowned premium rum distillery. Recently, we had the privilege of attending an exclusive event in the charming Swiss city of Bern, where we were guided by the esteemed Dr. Joy Spence, the first female Master Blender in the spirits industry, to gain insight into the craft of rum-making. Among the unforgettable moments of this experience was the introduction of their rare and exclusive masterpiece – the 17 Year Old Legend. In this article, we invite you to join us as we uncover the secrets behind this extraordinary, limited edition and come to truly appreciate the rich heritage and craftsmanship that make Appleton Estate's rum truly special.

The Essence of Jamaican Spirit

At Appleton Estate, the spirit of Jamaica courses through every step of the rum-making process. The journey begins with the careful harvesting of sugarcane and sourcing water from a natural limestone spring, setting the foundation for the exceptional quality of their spirits. Throughout the meticulous fermentation, distillation, and aging processes, a harmonious blend of heritage and craft comes together in every batch of Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. The result is a spirit infused with the true essence of Jamaica, bearing the mark of a legacy dating back back to 1749.

The Pioneer Behind the Craft

At the heart of Appleton Estate's success is Joy Spence, a source of inspiration and a respected figure in the spirits industry. In 1981, she made history as the first female to hold the esteemed position of Master Blender. With her expertise and unwavering dedication, Joy Spence has crafted some of the most celebrated blends, including the beloved 8 Year Old Reserve. Her influence extends to the very limited edition introduced to us today – the 17 Year Old Legend. A culmination of decades of blending experience, this rare gem beautifully embodies the spirit of Appleton Estate.

Appleton Estate - The 17 Year Old Legend

Created with a unique care, the 17 Year Old Legend pays homage to the historic rum used in the original Mai Tai back in 1944. Joy Spence expertly recreated this legendary profile using four exceedingly rare 100% pot still distillates, which were aged to perfection in just ten carefully selected casks at the Appleton Estate. With only 1,500 bottles crafted globally, the Legend is a testament to the dedication and passion that defines the essence of Appleton Estate.

A Must-Have for Rum Connoisseurs

For those who appreciate rum and collectors alike, the Appleton Estate 17 Year Old Legend is a remarkable treasure, destined to be a cherished addition to any discerning collection. Its exquisite taste, nuanced flavors, and limited availability make it an extraordinary experience that should not be missed. With its roots in the storied history of the Mai Tai and its unique craftsmanship, this limited edition release is truly a masterpiece to be cherished.

As our journey through the crafting of premium Jamaican rum comes to an end, the memories of our time at the exclusive Appleton Estate event stay with us, as well as the smooth and mellow notes of their remarkable spirits. The 17 Year Old Legend stands as a symbol of the passion and dedication behind every bottle of Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum. Whether you are a seasoned rum aficionado or new to the world of spirits, this limited edition is an opportunity to savor the heritage, craftsmanship, and true Jamaican spirit that define Appleton Estate’s excellence.

So, raise your glass to the "Legend" and toast to the exceptional legacy that continues to flow from the heart of Jamaica, bringing joy and delight to rum enthusiasts worldwide. Cheers!

When art and champagne come together, it's a match made in heaven. The renowned Champagne house Ruinart is proud to present "Promenade(s) en Champagne" by Eva Jospin at Art Basel in Basel. This unique exhibition invites you to embark on a journey through the rich landscapes, history, and craftsmanship of the Montagne de Reims region. All beautifully depicted through the artistic vision of Eva Jospin, a French sculptor. Join us as we take you on a virtual tour of this extraordinary collaboration, celebrating the beauty of the terroir and the craftsmanship involved in creating exceptional wines.

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Embark on a Champagne Promenade

Imagine taking a leisurely stroll through the picturesque Champagne region, immersing yourself in its breathtaking landscapes, hidden rituals, and the intertwined vines glistening under the sun. Ruinart's "Promenade(s) en Champagne" exhibition captures the essence of this experience, allowing you to feel a profound connection with the land and its evolution over time.

As the guest artist for Ruinart's Carte Blanche 2023, Eva Jospin presents her interpretation of the Maison's terroir. She perceives the Montagne de Reims as a cross-section of geographical and temporal layers, both real and imaginary. Inspired by the region's richness and historical significance, from the deep-lying crayères (chalk cellars) to the intertwined vine roots, from the coronation of French kings in the Reims Cathedral to Ruinart's elevation to nobility, Jospin invites us to explore this mystical world where history, vegetation cycles, life, and creation intertwine.

A Stop on Art Basel's World Tour

Following its opening event in Paris earlier this year, the Carte Blanche exhibition by Ruinart travels the world, revealing itself to art enthusiasts across different continents. In June 2023, Art Basel in Basel serves as the next destination for this remarkable exhibition.

As part of the global journey, Carte Blanche offers a gastronomic and artistic interpretation through the "Food for Art" program. Eva Jospin collaborates with local chefs, bringing together the culinary delights of the region with her artwork. It's a unique sensory experience that tantalizes both the palate and the imagination. In Basel, she teams up with Les Trois Rois. Here, tables are spectacularly set for the occasion: a setting of history, encounter and conviviality. It's an experience that combines art and gastronomy to celebrate the aesthetics of craftsmanship - in the kitchen, in the wine cellar or in the artistic creation.

Carmontelle by Eva Jospin

At the heart of this year's Carte Blanche exhibition lies Eva Jospin's sculptural landscape, meticulously crafted using her preferred medium - cardboard. Her installation comprises a series of masterpieces, reliefs, drawings, and embroideries arranged around a Carmontelle, reminiscent of the 18th-century era when Ruinart was founded. The Carmontelle, an invention of the Enlightenment era, serves as the narrative architecture of Carte Blanche. It unfolds a story without words, drawing connections between underground crayères, vineyards, nature, architecture, and the artist's handiwork in the studio, mirroring the intricate processes involved in champagne production. The intertwining motif echoes the vine tendrils, symbolizing the sublime connection between these two worlds.

Eva Jospin's "chefs-d'œuvre" are cardboard sculptures that invite us to explore the region in miniature. These intricate pieces, displayed on two levels, juxtapose representations of natural landscapes with architectural forms, paying homage to the historical crayères. The sculptures captivate with tiny staircases that lead us deep into Ruinart's cellars.

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In the mystical realm of whisky, where legends are born and flavors are crafted, something extraordinary has occurred at the Ardbeg Distillery. A peculiar absence has disrupted the delicate balance that has defined Ardbeg whiskies for years. The renowned purifier on the still, responsible for the distillery's exalted harmony, has vanished without a trace. The consequence? Ardbeg Heavy Vapours, a whisky that defies convention and embraces the untamed. Let's delve into the enigmatic tale of Ardbeg Heavy Vapours, a Committee Exclusive, and explore the dark and aromatic journey it offers to those lucky enough to savor its unique character.

Unleashing the Heavy Vapours

Ardbeg Heavy Vapours emerges as an ominous dram, challenging the senses with its dramatic and aromatic pungency. The initial observations begin with its pale straw color. The nose reveals a captivating interplay of aromas. Smoke rises, entwined with a delicate sweetness. A distinct farmyard scent drifts, accompanied by the crunchy aroma of charcoal. A splash of water disturbs the vapors, giving rise to billows of dark chocolate cream infused with a ribbon of smoked artichoke. The fragrance is both intense and pungent, intriguing the adventurous whisky enthusiast.

Upon tasting Ardbeg Heavy Vapours, the untamed flavors and notes that have risen come to life. A burst of bittersweetness surges forward, evoking the sensation of ashy coal dust. A haze of cardamom, peppermint, and coffee grits envelops the palate, captivating and challenging the taste buds. Clouds of dark chocolate and mentholic eucalyptus roll in, obscuring the usually prominent fruit and floral notes that Ardbeg whiskies are known for.

The finish of Ardbeg Heavy Vapours leaves a lasting impression. The aftertaste lingers long and bold, with an almost anaesthetizing sensation, as if the whisky has woven a spell of captivating flavors that refuse to fade away.

A Privilege for Ardbeg Committee Members

Ardbeg Heavy Vapours Committee Exclusive is a whisky that embraces exclusivity. As a tribute to its unique character, it is reserved solely for Ardbeg Committee Members. By becoming an Ardbeg Committee Member, you gain access to limited editions like Ardbeg Heavy Vapours or Ardbeg 8 Years Old For Discussion, ensuring you never miss out on the distillery's most intriguing releases.

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Our Conclusion

Ardbeg Heavy Vapours is a whisky that defies expectations and embraces the allure of the untamed. The disappearance of the legendary purifier on the still has paved the way for this exceptional dram, filled with dark and aromatic flavors that push the boundaries of traditional whisky craftsmanship. From its captivating nose to its bold finish, Ardbeg Heavy Vapours offers a sensory journey like no other, challenging the palate and leaving an indelible impression. If you are fortunate enough to be an Ardbeg Committee Member, we recommend seizing the opportunity to savor this exclusive release, for it is a testament to the enduring spirit of adventure and innovation that Ardbeg distills into every drop.

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As men, we all want to look and feel our best, and that starts with what we wear. For over 180 years, Dormeuil has been providing the world's most luxurious fabrics to men who demand nothing but the best. From their humble beginnings in 1842, to their position as one of the world's most respected fabric houses, Dormeuil has continued to innovate and push the boundaries of what is possible in menswear. Let's take a closer look at the history of Dormeuil, and their latest bunch, Millennial, which is designed with the modern man in mind.

The History of Dormeuil

Dormeuil was founded in 1842 by Jules Dormeuil, who at the age of 22, decided to import the finest English cloth to France. He was soon joined by his brothers, August and Alfred, and together, they worked tirelessly to establish a reputation for selecting the most beautiful raw materials that the world could offer. In just a few decades, Dormeuil had earned itself a reputation for innovative techniques, especially in the finishing of their fabrics, which ensured them worldwide renown.

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Today, Dormeuil combines family heritage with the latest technologies to anticipate the demands of the times, working closely with major fashion industry names to develop their sophisticated and innovative collections. They recently also opened a showroom on Paris' prestigious Rue Saint-Honoré. Here, tailors can book appointments with their clients and let them dive into the captivating world of Dormeuil.

Introducing Millennial - Where Comfort Meets Modern Elegance

Dormeuil's latest collection, Millennial, is a testament to their dedication to providing high-quality fabrics for the modern man. The bunch is thoughtfully designed with the evolution of today's men in mind, who value fashion and function equally. It features two distinct divisions. The first part is composed of plain fabrics with bold designs to make a statement, while the second offers a technical and functional range. Here, unique characteristics are water-repellence, breathability, and wrinkle-resistance - all while maintaining the natural stretch of the Millennial.

At Artworth, we love the Millennial collection, with its flawless blend of comfort and elegance, crafted for the modern man. The bunch offers a diverse range of captivating designs, from elegant colorful plains to daring bold patterns. All fabrics are crafted with sustainable materials and meticulous attention to detail, making them a must-have for any man looking to elevate his wardrobe. From the rarest fabrics to the latest in textile innovation, Dormeuil continues to set the standard for luxury men's lifestyle

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London is a city that never fails to impress. With its vibrant culture, rich history, and unmatched fashion scene, it's no surprise that it's a top destination for many travelers. Recently, we visited the city to host our 6th Artworth at Bucherer event, the first one in the United Kingdom.

Exploring London

Our stay started with a good breakfast at White Mulberries at Hay's Galleria. In a city filled with incredible coffee shops and breakfast places, there is a lot to be discovered. White Mulberries has long been a favorite of ours because it obviously serves great coffee but has also an incredible banana bread on the menu.

After getting our coffee fix, it was time for some meetings around town. Driving around with the new Range Rover, we got to see some of the famous sights as well. It is impressive to see how the the City of London is ever evolving.

Luckily, some things don't change. For example the Big Benn and Westminster Abbey. Historical buildings like these never fail to impress us! Which is your favorite sight in London? Send us a message and let us know.

Scarfes Bar at Rosewood London

We decided to stay at the Rosewood Hotel during our trip to London. This luxury hotel is centrally located, in the city's Holborn neighborhood, and is renowned for its Scarfes Bar, which boasts an impressive selection of rare spirits.

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One evening, we headed to the bar, where we met Martin Siska, a talented mixologist who crafted a delicious cocktail with cognac by Rémy Martin. We were thoroughly impressed with his expertise and enjoyed our drinks immensely.

Offering drawing room conviviality and gentleman’s club sophistication, this bar gives true meaning to the phrase ‘get scarfed’. A roaring fireplace and shelves filled with over 1,000 antique books complete the classy atmosphere. We were particularly impressed with the selection of fine and rare spirits available. The perfect time and place to enjoy a glass of Rémy Martin XO and play chess!

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Artworth at Bucherer

After Paris and Munich, London was the third event we organized outside of Switzerland. As usual, guests had the opportunity to discover rare Bucherer Certified Pre-Owned models by Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, and many more. Centrally located, the Bucherer boutique in Covent Garden was the perfect location to host this event!

We were thrilled with the turnout and enjoyed sharing our knowledge of mechanical watches and men's fashion with the attendees. Fielding & Nichols made sure that the guests got a good idea about the latest seasonal fabrics by Dormeuil. Meanwhile, Rémy Martin treated the attendees to some nice cocktails throughout the evening as well as hosting an exclusive XO tasting.

Our week in London was once more a fantastic experience. We relished exploring the city's fashion scene, trying new coffee shops, and learning more about the city's rich history. Co-hosting the event at Bucherer was undoubtedly the highlight of our trip, and we were delighted to share our passion for Swiss timepieces with fellow enthusiasts.