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Daniel Jeffreys is the founder and CEO of deluxewords
Daniel Jeffreys is the founder and CEO of deluxewords

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[column size=two_thirds position=first ] Paris has some decent hotels, some that are awful and a few that are majestic. Two of my favourites in the last category have just been given the French government’s ultimate accolade.…
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Not long ago, a group of Frenchmen at the health tracking company called Withings took a close look at sporty wearables such as Fitbit and Jawbone - and essentially said:quoi? “We found that activity trackers were not that wearable,” says Withings’…
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Their second favourite place in the UK is Bicester Village (after Windsor Castle). Think how happy Chinese label groupies will be now that Bicester has arrived on their home turf. Lisa Armstrong charts the rise of China’s bargain hunters.   On a humid…
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It’s a famous story in Christopher Tsai’s family, of his grandfather, who had flown in for a visit in the mid-1960s, demanding an explanation for “that thing on the ceiling.” The “thing,” dangling from the Tsai family home in Connecticut, was a mobile.…
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[column size=two_thirds position=first ] Ferran Adrià’s ‘techno-emotional’ cooking changed food forever. But with his famed restaurant no more, the mad scientist of fine dining tells Stuart Husband he has a new plan: to change the world itself. [dropcap…
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Christophe Navarre, CEO of Moët Hennessy, announced today (Friday July 25th) that Jean-Marc Lacave is to become President and Regional Managing Director of Moët Hennessy Asia Pacific.   He will be based in Hong Kong and will report to Navarre. Lacave…
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China’s lush hunting grounds were once a prime destination for wealthy sporstmen, but they have been closed to the international community since 2006. but, as daisy Zhong reports, hunters and conservationists have…
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Cartier has always had a close association with royalty, but none of their clients were more famous than the Duke and Duchess of Windsor who ordered pieces that still influence the French jeweller’s aesthetic…
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Like a colourful chocolate box trussed up for presentation, the vivid colours and patterns of a Pucci scarf stand out against the towering dome and marble façade of Florence’s Duomo.…
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