The 6,400-square-foot space is like a getaway all on its own.
It was an occasion of celebration, not mourning, that inspired the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal’s exhibition entitled Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything.
For over 45 years, Aranow has collected, catalogued, studied, and sold tens of thousands of patterned fabrics, now available to the masses through the Textile Hive database.
To celebrate the past two decades of author J.K. Rowling’s ever-growing universe, the British Library will host a new exhibition called Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
For its first foray outside of fragrances, niche perfumery Le Labo presents two no-nonsense—though undeniably chic—collections this October.
The Saint Laurent legacy lives on in two new museums.
Endless winery options and easygoing waterside vibes have long made Kelowna a go-to British Columbian getaway.
The Swiss beauty brand opens its first North American store in Vancouver’s Oakridge Centre.
The family-owned business brings artisan doughnuts to Manitoba’s capital.
The World residents have every whim catered to—the onboard mantra is “luxury is getting what you want, when you want it, without having to ask for it—and not even knowing you wanted it.”