Contributors

The words adorning the pages that follow have been penned down by some of the best minds in the world, hailing from different countries and cultures but bound by one common thread – a love for luxury. Armed with vast knowledge about luxury travel, leisure, bespoke design, literature, antiques and more, they bring years of experience and insight to each article and delve into the very heart of the subject so that they can give you, the reader, an experience of it too.
Andrew SessaAndrew Sessa

The contributing travel editor of Conde Nast Traveler, he also writes on varied subjects for the pages of Architectural Digest, Food & Wine, The Houston Chronicle, New York Post, Saveur and many more publications.

Carol WrightCarol Wright

She has been travel editor of House and Garden and food correspondent for The Daily Mail UK, has authored 30 books and has been chairman of the British Guild of Travel Writers twice.

Chris MuselerChris Museler

Tapping into a lifetime of racing, Crewing, boat work, his passion for the sea and for sailing every day of his life, he writes on the subject with authority and experience on his side in The New York Times and beyond.

Elisabeth ZerofskyElisabeth Zerofsky

An explorer of world heritage, her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, n+1, The New Republic and other publications. she has also been on the editorial staff of The New Yorker.

Filippo RicciFilippo Ricci

The Creative Director of luxury design brand Stefano Ricci S.p.A., Ricci has been tirelessly working towards the evolution of the brand, enabling the transition from menswear to a lifestyle concept.

Hugo WeiheHugo Weihe

One of the foremost experts in Asian art and antiquities, Hugo brings over three decades of knowledge to Saffroart as its CEO and currently oversees its presence in India and London

Jennifer Bradley FranklinJennifer Bradley Franklin

A journalist based in the US, she writes for publications such as USA Today, Delta SKY and People, with a focus on food, travel and design. She has also co-authored the book, Make It Zero.

Juliet HighetJuliet Highet

A writer and photographer, she is widely published on travel, the arts, perfumery and more. She is a specialist in contemporary and traditional Arab,
South Asian, East Asian and African art and culture.

Kishwar DesaiKishwar Desai

An author and columnist, she is the writer of Witness The Night, which won the 2010 Costa Best First Novel Award and has been translated into over 25 languages.

Lisa HiltonLisa Hilton

A celebrated British historian and author, she is an award-winning biographer and writer of historical fiction. She also writes for publications such as Vogue, The Guardian and The Sunday Telegraph.

Martha StewartMartha Stewart

An American businesswoman, writer, lifestyle guru and television personality, she is best known for her bestselling publications such as Martha Stewart's Quick Cook Menus and her television show.

Piero LissoniPiero Lissoni

An architect, designer and art director, his work is recognised worldwide and has earned him a series of international awards, including the Good Design Award and the Red Dot.

Sabyasachi MukherjeeSabyasachi Mukherjee

Graduating from NIFT with three major awards, Sabyasachi is counted among the topmost fashion designers in india, with a uniquely indian design sensibility.

Sebastian SmeeSebastian Smee

A Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic, he has written for noted international publications such as The Boston Globe, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The Spectator and more.

Stephen HoughStephen Hough

An internationally-renowned pianist, composer and writer, he is the first classical performer to be awarded a MacArthur Fellowship and to be made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE). He recently performed at NCPA, Mumbai.

Valmik ThaparValmik Thapar

Tiger defender and conservationist, he has authored and edited more than 25 books and directed or presented several films for noted television networks like BBC on tiger and indian flora and fauna.

Vir SanghviVir Sanghvi

The best known Indian journalist of his generation, he has won many awards during his career for both TV and print including the Cointreau Award for Best Food Literature Book in the world for Rude Food.

Disclaimer : Articles by Ingrid K. Williams, Martha Stewart, Elisabeth Zerofsky, Elizabeth Paton, Bonnie Tsui, Emily St John Mandel, Roberta Smith, Stephen Heyman , Kerry Olsen and Chris Museler have been sourced through The New York Times Syndicate.