Haute Author

  • NAME Marie Teather
  • BIO Marie Incles (née Teather) is an editor and journalist specialising in lifestyle, expat and travel publications. Marie lives with her husband in Chelsea near the ever-fashionable King’s Road where she can often be found searching out exclusive bars, boutique shops, and good Japanese food. Follow her on twitter at @marieteather or head to her at: www.marieincles.com

Articles By Marie Teather

Top Five Hibachi Restaurants

It’s taken London some time to see beyond the realms of sushi and sashimi when considering Japanese food. Still, the good news is that the few restaurants that do combine food preparation with entertainment, just as in thousands of restaurants across Japan, the results are impressive. Better than many of the sushi establishments that dot the capital that’s for sure. So next time you consider eating Japanese skip the sushi an go hibachi. Read More

Top Five Wine Lists

London may be the capital city in a nation of beer drinkers, but don’t let deceive you about the love of wine. Be it lunchtime, secret rendezvous, after-work tipples, pre-dinner aperitifs and post-theatre nightcaps; there are bottles being consumed somewhere in the city at any time of the day. Haute Living takes a look at five of the best London wine bars. Read More

Your £5,000 Private Screening Of The FA Cup Final At The May Fair Hotel

There’s always an excuse for a party somewhere in London and this Saturday’s FA Cup final is another reason meet up with friends and make a day of the occasion. Stoke City will take on rivals Manchester City in what will be their first ever FA Cup Final. The underdogs beat Bolton Wanderers 5-0 in the semi-final and are preparing to do relish in another thrashing when they meet favourites Manchester City in the finale of football's oldest cup competition. Read More

The Ten Richest Billionaires in London

The UK’s richest have been named in the annual Sunday Times Rich List. The list, which features the 1,000 richest people in the UK, showed their wealth had bucked the economic downtown by increasing their collective wealth by 18 percent over the last year. In 2011, Britain’s richest 1,000 have a combined wealth of £396bn. As the rich have got richer, there are now 73 British billionaires—up 53 from last year—and almost level with the record of 75 set in the pre-crisis List of 2008. Read More

Monaco Grand Prix: Access To The Legendary Ferrari Paddock Club With Quintessentially Travel

Without a doubt, the biggest event on the global motor sport calendar happens at the end of May, when the otherwise laid-back city of Monaco transforms itself into a Formula One race track allowing cars to burn around every port and casino at speeds of 140kms an hour. The circuit runs through Monaco’s narrow and picturesque winding streets, which are shared with around 3,000 spectators, creating an atmosphere like no other Grand Prix fixture. Read More

Exclusive Insight To The Millennium Suite at Chelsea FC

Since Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea FC in 2003 it’s been hard to turn away from the transformation of a West London club with an uncertain financial future to one of the world’s richest soccer clubs. Having the fifty-third richest man in the world (the ninth richest man in Russia) behind the club has certainly ignited a spark throughout players and fans alike. Critics too, although they won’t admit it, are having a hard time ignoring the club’s on goings and it’s the astronomical fees being paid out of the Russian oligarch’s back pocket that have got tongues wagging. Read More

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