Typical Turkish Food You’ve probably read a hundred times that Istanbul is the door connecting Asia and Europe, whose former rulers included the Roman, Latin, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. And while the Turkish capital is the great city of tourist guides that never disappoint, after hours of exploring the city,…Continue reading "What to eat in Istanbul"
I love New York! It’s one of those cities that you have to visit at least once in your life, because there, everything’s magic… It doesn’t matter if you’ve already been, New York always welcomes you with open arms, it always wins you over, time and time again, just like…Continue reading "Shoesandbasics in New York City"
Once a year, go somewhere you’ve never been before. And, honestly, I’m not going to be the one to tell you any different from the Dalai Lama. Travelling not only disconnects us from our routine, it also allows us to be amazed time and again by the unknown: new countries,…Continue reading "Shopping in Mexico City"
When you head off on holiday, you’ve always got that nagging feeling that you’ve left something behind… the same feeling you get when you think you’ve left the windows open or the gas on. In this post, we’re going to give you some advice on how you can get the…Continue reading "7 Tips for Travellers to Packing that Perfect Suitcase"
A year ago, I received an offer that I couldn’t turn down: Travel to the city of film par excellence to cover its Fashion Week edition from the Lincoln Center to Chelsea, where I was lucky enough to hug the Anna Wintour, living my HBO adventure, in an apartment in…Continue reading "Womanword in NY"
Amsterdam is probably the European capital with the most tolerant and laid-back atmosphere. Many of you probably know it as a metropolis in which you can find prostitutes in windows and where you can take drugs legally. But that’s just a tale. Why? Because it has so much more to…Continue reading "Discovering Amsterdam"
In recent times, the queen of pop – sorry about that, Madonna – has been in danger of losing her throne. Failed projects, impossible looks and drug issues as if presaged the end of the Gaga phenomenon. Loved and hated in equal measure, the New Yorker eventually rose from the ashes and turned her moderation and talent into weapons to shut some people’s mouths.…Continue reading "Lady Gaga"
Le Corbusier used to say that architecture should not only impress but also serve society and, as such, adapt to its needs. In a changing, demanding world, where the square metre is so expensive, many architects (especially the younger ones) are gearing their projects to innovative and ecological constructions with a common denominator: maximizing minimum spaces. Imagination and creativity are their pillars. …Continue reading "Minimal Houses"
If there’s a quintessential metropolis out there capable of constantly reinventing itself, that would have to be New York. Whether it’s your first time or your hundredth, you’re bound to fall in love on every visit. Avantgarde, cosmopolitan, fun, kaleidoscopic, chaotic. Turn into a New Yorker and let it show you some more.…Continue reading "New(er) York"
To attract, to diversify, to singularise: three yearnings that fashion responds to. Nothing better than a garment made to measure for an appealing and different look. Their clothes are quintessential London with an edge: artisans that stitch with style and singularity.…Continue reading "The new tailors"