The BMW Group reported record monthly sales for November. With 174,996 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles delivered worldwide, sales were 2.7% higher than for the same month last year (prev
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Bryan Ferry visited us last week to talk to Lou Stoppard about his friend, the late fashion editor Issy Blow. In the brief but moving interview, he recalls the last time he saw Isabella at a show of his in Oxford; ‘My last memory of her is me driving off on the rest of my tour, and her running behind the car and waving in some kind of Indian sari,’ The interview also touches on what is what that made their friendship last; ‘she loved talking and I loved listening, so it was a great combination really.’ As well as his encouragement of her fashion career, and his overall impression of her as an exuberant and positive spirit.
Three years ago, in the prestigious setting of Berlinskiy Dom, Swiss luxury watch manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen opened the doors of its first boutique in Moscow. The boutique has now reopened after considerable renovation and welcomes visitors to explore the world of haute horlogerie through IWC’s iconic timepieces. At the official opening ceremony yesterday evening, IWC Friends of the Brand Alexei Nemov and Sergey Mazaev shared the honour of cutting the ribbon together with IWC Brand Manager in Russia & CIS , Luc Rochereau.
Creole Cowboys Tuesday, December 10, 2013 “I loved the idea of going to massive parties on horseback,” says British director Tabitha Denholm of filming the Louisiana trail-riding scene.
John Heilpern goes out to lunch with John Goodman.
By Jeff Southern I have always been an auto enthusiast.
We don’t know how it is that the Tilda Swinton-led vampire film Only Lovers Left Alive, written and directed by the Jim Jarmusch, has opened in most of the world except for the USA, after debuting at Cannes earlier this year. Not only that, but fans in Cologne and Berlin are even being treated to a live concert — December 10 and 12, respectively — by the various recording artists from the film’s soundtrack: White Hills, Jozef Van Wissem, Yasmine Hamdan, Zola Jesus and Jim Jarmusch’s own band, SQÜRL.
Last week, the shamanistic British artist Matthew Stone staged a joyously unguarded collaborative performance that felt like an implicit rebuke to the slickness of the art fair.