Marina Abramović has garnered attention with performance works characterized by extreme ambition and discipline. In her new memoir, Walk Through Walls, Abramović cathartically writes on life, love, art, and loss.
Australian winemaker Penfolds collaborates with Saint-Louis on a project to celebrate the winery’s latest release: its 2012 Grange in the very limited edition Imperial size (a six-litre bottle).
Tom Dixon is a West Londoner who loathes boredom. The influential British designer, known for his furniture and lighting creations, not only designs but challenges conventions of the industry,
Anthony Bourdain has built a reputation on his no bullshit approach and willingness to try every food at least once. His latest cookbook, Appetites, is unsurprisingly laden with f-bombs as he holds forth on the basics of home cooking.
Founded in 1872 by Arinobu Fukuhara, Shiseido is widely credited with bringing aspects of Western life and culture to the East.
Stuart Vevers, executive creative director for Coach, is a Yorkshireman who has an obsession with all things American. As Coach celebrates its 75th anniversary, Vevers discusses his plan for the classic brand.
Grey Goose is one of the young success stories in the spirits world. The 19-year-old French vodka draws on generations of tradition and calls a 17th-century château in Cognac home.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Okay, so I’m having lunch with Steve Martin, Woody Allen, and Jim Carrey. Steve turns to me and says, “Colin, my genius friend, how did such a modest, retiring man as yourself become a Canadian icon and a major US celebrity?”
Omar Gandhi’s portfolio of architecture highlights the spirit of its East Coast surroundings. Expanding his Halifax-based practice to Toronto, Gandhi continues to create structures that define perfection in simplicity.