Classic style endures, no matter the form or fashion. Here we find it in pyjamas and double-breasted suits, diamonds and pearls, French cuisine, the pursuit of art, literary Moscow and sultry Buenos Aires, and more.
Designer Carolina Herrera invites us into her New York atelier and shares the inspirations and aesthetic that have kept her at fashion’s forefront for 30 years.
A painter’s personal vision of the Hebridean Islands.
Arguably South America’s most elegant city, Buenos Aires boasts beauty around every corner. Porteños, as the locals call themselves, exude passion for everything from tango to polo, politics to fashion.
You don’t have to be a literary pedant to feel the presence of Russia’s revered writers in its capital city—this cultural legacy palpably lives and breathes in modern-day Moscow.
A dazzling Cellini collar of coloured diamonds.
For generations, women in search of a standout look have been seeing red.
What’s old is new again—Bernardo sandals set the standard for classic style.
Nothing is more classic than a string of pearls. But Isaac and Orna Levy are reimagining traditional visions of pearl perfection.
Whether you dress it up or play it down, the classic style of the double-breasted suit deserves a fresh look.
These covetable cocktail rings make any occasion a little more special.
Loungewear to linger in, for bedtime and beyond.
With the staggering array of retail opportunities available in Singapore, where should a savvy shopper begin? Follow our path to find the quirky, the exclusive, the artistic and everything in between.
The time is right to embrace a little male pattern boldness.
Celebrate the new season in the sprightly spirit of a garden party.
A perfectly portable set for fine: dining outdoors.
When it comes to gifts for a gracious host, do the traditional offerings of wine or flowers still pass muster? We asked a group of stylish guests.
Its origins may be mysterious, but since then, the Cartier Tank’s trajectory has been clear: This exceptional watch design has gone from revolutionary to beyond iconic.
New This Season
Bamboo artist Minoura Chikuho.
How a U.S. business executive became one of the world’s most passionate promoters of Japanese bamboo basketry.
Author Adam Gopnik shares some thoughts on the cultural and personal rituals surrounding food.
Sanctuaries around the globe are restoring the health and spirits of exploited and endangered animals.
Private collections, public settings—these art and design museums exhibit a distinct air of individuality.
Indian cuisine may seem daunting to the casual cook, but it all begins with a mere seven spices.
Lotus pods evoke the tranquillity of Four Seasons spa treatments.
The spas of Four Seasons hotels and resorts across Asia tap age-old healing traditions to rejuvenate and recharge guests.
Four Seasons hotels and resorts offer guests exceptional opportunities to encounter the majestic creatures of the natural world.
Executive Chef James Babian puts the focus on local, farm-to-table foods at Four Seasons Resort Hualālai at Historic Ka‘ūpūlehu.
The new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto offers guests sophisticated 21st-century elegance in the heart of glamorous Yorkville.
From a canal cruise in Milan to a new online guide to Lisbon, Four Seasons is helping guests make the most of their travel opportunities.
Four Seasons Concierges recommend their favourite shops for enduring fashions, best restaurants for classic dishes, and most iconic experiences in their respective locations.
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