The modern dating scene leaves much to be desired.
At the age of 14, Fatima Bhutto hid in a wardrobe, clutching her baby brother as shots raged around her family home.
If you walked into Karl Lagerfeld’s home right now, you would see an incredibly stylish affair.
Nothing beats the thrill of the descent.
Change is afoot in the luxury industry.
Europe is getting its first underwater restaurant and it’s going eco.
Back in the 1970s, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, who was making over $20 billion a year from his cocaine smuggling to the US at the height of his career, spent some of his drug money on a holiday home.
Private jets, helicopters and sleek, modern BMWs — these are typically modes of transport we associate with luxury.
It’s not often that you meet a person’s handbag before you meet them.
Mental health issues will cost the global economy $925bn this year and the number of people affected is increasing.
Dining out at Michelin star restaurants may seem extravagant, but it doesn’t have to break the bank.
Around the world, there are currently 121 global cyberattacks happening every second.
Today — across the globe — one Kylie Jenner lipstick will be sold every five seconds.
Only a few years ago, Russell Brand was spiralling into the pit of addiction, all in the public eye.
If you were thinking of cancelling your winter sun holiday, think again.
If you bought $30 worth of bitcoin back in 2011, you could now buy a luxury apartment in Dubai with it.
Imagine being so stressed out that you blow £1m on a holiday.
There are fewer people in the UK planning on leaving the country for holidays, and Brexit is one of the biggest reasons why. Travel company Virtuoso has just announced the top issues that are effecting travel decisions in the UK for autumn and winter holidays this year, which it gathers through data it collects from travel
Verdict sat down with Gina Miller to discuss how she wants to help British prime minister Theresa May in the Brexit negotiations, and how she is already talking to many politicians behind closed doors.
Last month, Rhodri Philipps, the fourth Viscount St Davids, was jailed for offering money to anyone who kills Gina Miller — the businesswoman who has become the face of Brexit resistance.