I was expecting, I think, the equivalent of a couture fashion show, with the most beautiful, complex, ostentatious, impractical designs on show.
Rising to the Challenge Despite China’s wobbly shadow banking system, it’s not time to hit the panic button yet, says Meg Woods of Veritas Asset Management AGAINST THE BACKDROP of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis, sluggish US growth and an ageing population in developed countries, market levels need to be viewed in a longer-term context than just the golden years of the baby boomers.
While in some ways intrinsically frivolous, each of these fabulous, dramatic, skilful dresses tells a story or represents an era, says Caroline Williams
The right to choose who inherits one’s wealth, and how, is a right that the English take for granted - but it's not unqualified, says Adam Carvalho of Farrer & Co.
The fifth instalment of our lexicographical endeavour, a dictionary for the super-wealthy