When the Blancpain XFathoms launched in 2013, Hodinkee described it as ‘the most bad-ass, completely insane mechanical tool watch on earth’.
Published online – 5 December 2018 in Private Edition
When I was just a little girl, my mother gave me my first watch for my birthday. I was perhaps 10 years old. My mother was not in the habit of making quick decisions, particularly when it came to investing in something to mark a special occasion. It was a classic design – round 20mm dial in a gold case, clear lettering perhaps larger than the norm for that size dial, on a black leather strap. My name was engraved on the case back. Beyond the early training that formed the basis for my dance passion and eventual part-time career, I believe the evening ritual of winding this manual beauty was the first habit I chose to learn. And I still have the watch.
Demand for residential property surges on this Indian Ocean island
The World Bank’s ranking of Mauritius as the top African country for doing business is the latest accolade boosting activity in the island’s commercial and residential property market.
Written by Debbie Hathway for The Roving Ambassador, Published in Flamingo, Air Namibia Inflight Magazine April 2017
Heart disease is one of the biggest killers in the Western world. Renowned cardiologist Dr David Lipkin says to avoid contributing to that statistic, early diagnosis is vital. Read More “Early detection for the gold standard for cardiology”
Published in Financial Mail 23 March 2017
International business and academic leaders have praised Age of Discovery for its readability and vision, its challenge and inspiration. It’s an award winner, no doubt, that will engage readers from cover to cover. By highlighting the unprecedented opportunities that exist if humanity finds a way to weather today’s crises, authors Ian Goldin and Chris Kutarna imagine what could very well be the New Renaissance with the intention to inspire hope and determination.
Read More “Age of Discovery shines light into the gloom”