First Class will enlighten you with the latest products du luxe for staycations and vacations. From gold facial serums to the latest in paddleboards, we hope to inspire the voyeur inside you.
I’m moving into the realms of Frank Sinatra, Inspector Gadget and Inspector Clouseau and it’s not my singing voice or my detective skills. I have my very own Malibu hat from Canopy Bay by Deborah Hutton.
There’s more to NZ than a good sauvignon blanc and a world-class rugby team. Oh and fab skiing. NZ is home to the Manuka tree which is known globally for its magic honey which has been celebrated for centuries.
Australian artisan chocolatier Koko Black has created yet another special Easter vegan range of melt-on-the-tongue chocolate.
Millon Wines have released a duo of crisp whites for those who love wine that is handcrafted and a reflection of Pewsey Vale in the Barossa Valley region. But how do you do your white wine justice?
Lük beautifood was always going to be a success with Luken and May’s Cindy Luken at the helm. This cult beauty brand centres around food active makeup. Think lipsticks made from avocado, sesame and castor seed oils with natural pigments and food flavours.
I am awaiting the Prince Charming of whisky, the fifty year scotch. He arrives as an antique gold liquid with a rich orange peel and clementine meets Madeira cake and muscovado sugar nose.
Icebreaker has launched its SS23 collection in Australia, designed to keep wearers even cooler this summer. The collection consists of T-shirts, shorts, underwear, and socks which are perfect for any summer adventure.
As any good writer knows, “There is no bad whisky. There are only some whiskies that aren’t as good as others, ” according to Raymond Chandler.
Beauty and the Bees are doing their bit for sustainable travel with their zero-waste and plastic-free BYO amenities set.
“It’s the only sport I’ve ever come across that you can try for the first time and master on the same day,” announces paddle boarding instructor George to our group of never-evers gathered for a lesson on Manly Q Station’s Quarantine Beach.
The sun had come out of its lockdown to welcome Carmen on her opening night at Cockatoo Island. What a way to see an Opera: a ferry ride, a drink and a snack looking out over the Harbour Bridge and a stroll amongst history.
Valrhona’s curiosity and passion have guided them on a never-ending journey to explore the infinite possibilities of pleasure that chocolate has to offer.
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