“In my heart of hearts, I feel most comfortable when I am swimming upstream, against the current and looking for my own interpretation of history, culinary traditions, and my identity.”
While posthumously cataloguing his parents’ body of work, award-winning producer John Carter Cash discovered unreleased tracks that comprise a new Johnny Cash album, Out Among the Stars.
Wanda Jelmini is the creative director of T&J Vestor and MissoniHome, and an integral part of the Missoni family empire. Jelmini was chosen as this year’s Interior Design Show International guest of honour, and NUVO caught up with her to talk inspiration, colour, and of course, chevrons.
If you’ve ever been in the market for lavish cakes you’ve likely heard the name Sylvia Weinstock. Heralded as the “Leonardo da Vinci of cakes”, Weinstock has created edible masterpieces for everyone from Oprah Winfrey to the Kennedy family.
The effusive Dr. Philippe Allouche about the healing power of the hand, skin-care tips while travelling, and his golden rule: extractions are forbidden.
With another season of alfresco dining upon us, promises of picnicking, barbecuing, and entertaining over a cocktail on a choice patio await. As such, this is the ideal time to revamp your outdoor living space and ensure all is in order for hosting throughout the summer months.
Economist Nouriel Roubini is known for predicting the oil shock, the crash of the United States housing market, and the recession in 2008—somber forecasts that earned him the nickname “Dr. Doom”. His critical views have been widely cited, and he sat down with NUVO to discuss the Canadian economy and emerging markets.
Piero Fornasetti was an extraordinary visionary, creating approximately 13,000 objects and decorations throughout his life. Now, his son Barnaba Fornasetti has curated over 1,000 of those pieces for an exhibition at the Triennale di Milano museum to honour his father’s legacy.
Joseph Boyden’s first novel in five years, The Orenda, is an honest and brutal portrayal of Canada’s early history.