Dali comes to Delhi, a clutch of hip new hotels, the world’s finest wool. From products which promote social causes to charity auctions, our primer on the latest in luxury has a little something for everyone

When Yves Saint Laurent died earlier this year, the world lost more than a great designer—along with Coco Chanel, Saint Laurent singularly defined sartorial tastes of the last century. Indeed his imaginative taste—he famously created the pant suit for which most women may thank him—went beyond merely draping reels

Portrait d’Alfred et d’Elisabeth de Dreux by Theodore Gericault

Modern art

1 Les coucous, tapis bleu et rose By Henri Matisse (1911)

Estimate : €15-20 million (around Rs94-126crore)

2 Composition avec bleu, rouge, jaune et noir by Piet Mondrian (1922)

Estimate: €8-12 million

20th Century decorative art

3 Dragon armchair by Eileen Gray (circa 1920-1922)

Estimate: €2.5-3.5 million

Old master and 19th century paintings

4 Portrait d’Alfred et d’Elisabeth de Dreux by Theodore Gericault (1816–1817)

Estimate: €4-6 million

5 Portrait de la Comtesse de Larue by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1804)

Estimate: €2-3 million

Antiquities

6 Minotaur, 1st-2nd century

Estimate: €200,000-300,000

Silver

7 Gilded Bull, by Hans Valentin Laminit (1614-1616)

Estimate: €120,000-180,000

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