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Dubai’s new iconic landmark “Atlantis The Royal” is set to welcome guests

Anticipated to open Q1 2023, the 43 stories mixed-use structure features 231 residences, 17 restaurants, 795 guest rooms with stays beginning at $850 a night

In a city known for audacious architecture and astonishing engineering wonders, a new eye-catching resort has joined the league of the glorious Dubai skyline, and is almost ready to accept guests.

Situated 185 meters near the clouds of Palm Jumeirah, the iconic landmark is set to open its doors with 795 keys, 17 restaurants, and 231 residences by March 2023.

 

The ambitious US$1.4 billion hotel and residence combo boasts 795 guest rooms and 231 apartments, a roll call of celebrity restaurants from the likes of Heston Blumenthal and Jose Andres, and so much more.

Created by New York-based Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, which designed the master plan for Manhattan’s Hudson Yards, it’s meant to look like a skyscraper that’s been deconstructed into side-by-side bits and pieces, some connected by a swooping, futuristic sky bridge.

 

Atlantis The Royal will hold a spectacular ‘Grand Reveal’ in January, with star-studded plans said to echo those of its sister hotel Atlantis The Palm, which opened in 2008 with guests including Robert DeNiro, Gerard Butler, Kylie Minogue and Priyanka Chopra.

 

Crafted to last forever:

Bottega Veneta introduces a lifetime warranty for its bags

A closet full of luxury bags is every lady’s dream come true! But then imagine if each of these arm candies comes with its own lifetime warranty. This sounds unbelievable but realistic according to Bottega Veneta.

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Reinforcing its commitment to quality luxury, the Italian luxury fashion house admired and rocked by superstar celebrities such as; Tiwa Savage, Robyn Rihanna Fenty, Toke Makinwa and Nancy Isime recently announced a new lifetime warranty program for its bags. 

Dubbed the “Certificate of Craft” program, the launch offers protection for its distinctive designs and craftsmanship techniques through complimentary services of unlimited refresh and repair” for any Bottega Veneta handbag.

Starting in November, each new bag purchased from Bottega Veneta will come complete with a physical and digital card marked with a unique serial number tied to the Certificate of Craft program.

For now, if your Bottega Veneta bag is one of the classics, it’ll be guaranteed not just for life but ’til the end of time’, so you can pass the treasure down to your children and your children’s children, generationally aging with their Bottega birthrights.

According to an official statement from the brand, Bottega Veneta is geared towards creating a middle ground between patient, permanent luxury and the future of top-shelf innovation.

 

Seven Miles Down the Deepest Place on Earth, Rolex Makes History again

Designed to function at 11,000 meters (36,090 feet) underwater, the titanium Rolex Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge’ is priced at $26,000  

When the blue fades to pitch black, there lies the abyssal depths of the ocean where the new Rolex timepiece can comfortably sit and function.

 

British-founded Swiss watch designer Rolex has officially revealed its first titanium watch ‘The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge’ priced at $26,000. The watch takes the iconic framework of the deep-sea diving tool and reimagines it for the most extreme conditions, ensuring that it reaches new depths.

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Waterproofed to 11,000 meters or 36,090 feet, the new Rolex Deepsea Challenge, or Rolex Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge reference 126067 in RLX Titanium is 50mm-wide and 23mm thick. 

 

According to the brand, the new Deepsea Challenge can withstand water pressure greater than anywhere ever recorded on earth. Each watch is tested, as required by the standards for diver’s watches, with an additional safety margin of 25%, meaning that the new RLX Titanium Rolex Deepsea Challenge watch is subjected to a pressure equivalent to that exerted by water at a depth of 13,750 meters (45,112 feet), deeper than the deepest spot anywhere on Earth.

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