Magazine Articles - Publish Date (Bi-monthly): January 2017

A Tale Of Extraordinary Collaboration BETWEEN TWO GIANTS…

Hublot affixes the patina of platinum onto the legendary Berluti leather. Combining a rare metal with exceptional leather, Hublot
succeeds in offering a platinum setting for its CLASSIC FUSION BERLUTI SCRITTO model. More pure, more dense and more
precious than gold, platinum was considered by Louis XIV as the only metal fit for a king. This bespoke piece fuses or brings to life
the famous shoemaker Berluti’s heritage with the Hublot Manufacture’s mastery of metals and materials. Continue reading

Zoe Gallery

Born in 1978, Zoe Young is a rising talent within the Sydney art scene. Zoe graduated from the National Art School
of sydney. She is currently based in Bowral in the Southern Highlands, New south wales with her husband and two
young children. Zoe’s paintings are marked by her eclectic use of colour and sharp eye for unique landscape and
still-life compositions. Continue reading

Kata Rocks Puts Phuket Firmly On The Superyacht Map!

The inaugural invitation-only Kata Rocks Superyacht Rendezvous (KRSR), sponsored by Infinite Luxury
and Kata Rocks on December 10 to 12, 2016, was an incredible success for the luxury resort launching
the charter season in Asia. Over 15 sailing and motor superyachts all came together for an exceptional
three-day extravaganza – making the KRSR ‘THE’ superyacht event in Asia. Continue reading

Nicolas Vivin

One Coast Magazine would like to welcome Nicolas Vivin to our About Him interview. Nicolas
was born in Roanne, in the Loire Valley, home of the Troisgros family of restaurateurs, so it was
almost inevitable he would be seduced by food at a young age. One Coast wanted to find out
more and how he came about to bring the finest aspects of French gastronomy to Thailand. Continue reading

A Morning With The Elephants At Phuket Elephant Sanctuary

A haven for Thailand’s gentle giants, the newly opened Phuket Elephant Sanctuary offers a
retirement home for sick, injured, tired, and old elephants who have previously worked
hard for tourism entertainment or in the logging industry. At the Sanctuary, rescued
elephants are encouraged to relearn their natural behaviours and instincts, socialise with other
elephants to form bonds and connections, and live out their lives surrounded by love and care. Continue reading