Tag Archives: Africa

Corruption, Excess and Debauchery: Yinka Shonibare’s POP! Exibition

We visited the Stephen Friedman Gallery in Mayfair to view Yinka Shonibare’s POP! Exibition. The British born Nigerian artist is known for his exploration of colonialism and post-colonialism, most of Shonibare’s work looks at the relationship between Africa and Europe, with focus on the integration between the two cultures and their economic and political histories. […]

Luxury Gives Back: Montblanc Supports UNICEF

Montblanc are a global brand renowned for luxury, providing a collection of prestigious writing instruments, watches, jewelry and leather goods. Their meticulously hand-crafted writing instruments and master timepieces are created in accordance with the luxurious world of Swiss craftsmanship which has been used to create a heritage brand dating back to almost 100 years.”Signature for […]

Africa: Across a Continent by Private Jet

one departure point, 19 days, 7 countries and $79,995, that’s what it will cost you to travel across the continent of Africa by private jet. Well not quite across the continent, more a journey from East Africa to Southern Africa, as the journey leaves a large part of the continent untouched, nonetheless a journey which […]

The Paradox of African Luxury

Luxury within the African market is often derived into those looking for that extra bit of comfort, and those who looking for extravagance, where Africa is concerned this can be seen as consuming several bottles of champagne, traveling to London or Dubai to shop, to purchasing luxury cars and private jets. The luxury market is […]