In 2016, New York–based Jen Rubio and Steph Korey launched a savvy carry-on to carry all.
The Pavillon Le Corbusier’s current exhibition, Mon univers, on view until November 17, is a tribute to Le Corbusier that centres around his passion for collecting.
Located on the edge of the pristine Mary River flood plains, Bamurru Plains has exclusive access to a vast area of wetland and savannah woodland—for just 20 guests.
A little forward planning helps when you’re tasting your way around the city’s vibrant restaurant scene.
Five metres below the surface of the North Sea lies the newly opened restaurant Under.
On the island of Tetiaroa in French Polynesia, the ultra-luxe, ultra-private Brando Resort awaits discovery.
If you haven’t woken up in the cozy confines of a refurbished 1978 Airstream trailer surrounded by coniferous coastal forest—what are you waiting for?
This past March, beloved French label Le Creuset turned tradition upside down.
Steps away from the Tiber River and adjacent to Piazza del Popolo is a hotel once beloved by 20th century luminaries Pablo Picasso and Jean Cocteau.
The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, next to the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), carries over 90 sculptures across 11 acres of land.
Slightly remote and ultra-romantic, Praiano’s Casa Angelina boutique hotel is a breath of fresh air.
Western Europe’s tallest building and the one-time private residence of a London fox.
Glimpse inside the late architect’s winter home, which is a National Historic Landmark—and a school campus.
Toucan Hill, a Moroccan-inspired villa, sits atop the highest hill on Mustique, a part of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and widely known as the world’s most glamorous island.
Founded in 2010, the local company leads bike tours on unique routes through city streets, stopping for local lore and legend along the way.
In conversation with Guillaume Faroult, who oversees the curation of eighteenth-century French and English paintings in the most-visited museum in the world—the Louvre.
The Vancouver-based lighting designer is set to reveal some anticipated designs in Milan this April for Salone Internazionale del Mobile.
The Mexican agricultural non-profit bridging organic farmers to consumers.
Science meets sculpture at Ontario-based Research Casting International, where Peter May leads an expert team conducting dinosaur restoration at the biggest facility of its kind in the world.
Last year, New Orleans celebrated its tricentennial, but the city’s 400,000 residents don’t need an anniversary to party—they are committed to living large year-round.
These restaurants hit the sweet spot when it comes to atmosphere and food making them an ideal choice for a special evening out with your sweetheart.
The new museum is built in the very place where a scenic, snow-covered chase scene occurred in 2015’s Spectre, starring Daniel Craig.
On the edge of Toronto’s St. Lawrence neighbourhood, below a 58-storey condominium, sits a brand-new build with old-school Italian soul.
This winter, Canadians receive their very own piece of the luxury hotelier’s pie.
A fragrant treat served to celebrate the Day of the Dead, baked across Mexico.
The fiery-haired former “Vogue” creative director unites her furry loves with fashion in the name of Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2019 collection.
A two-tower luxury residential project of urban biodiversity in Milan’s affluent Porta Nuova business district.
Bacio Rosso is a cabaret, circus, and multi-course meal all rolled into one immersive evening experience.
The New Zealand–born, San Francisco–based brand finds a place to roost in Toronto.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ new exhibit of the American artist shows off his radical inventiveness.
To step inside the new lobby of Palms Casino Resort is to be struck by a kind of dazzling reverie—not only is it an air-conditioned escape from Nevada’s crippling heat, but it doubles as a world-class art venue.
Here’s where you’ll find the festival’s A-list attendees drinking and dining the night away.
Dosist is set on destigmatizing cannabis use with its specially formulated “dose pens” meant to soothe, excite, and rejuvenate.
The Toronto-based linen company specializes in Côte D’Azur–inspired pieces for men and women.
Part art gallery, part restaurant, the Origo Club was two-and-a-half-years in the making and is a spinoff of an eponymous private club in Beijing.
The six-year-old Italian seed company gets a refresh.
What to do when visiting the second-largest island in the Hawaiian chain.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: The unsung heroes of morning and evening cleansing regimes.
An inclusive collection of nude high heels in a range of skin colours.
On Molokai, lore and legend are part of the rhythm of daily life, and a cross-generational ritual of storytelling remains.
Unlike the majority of resorts in the partygoers’ paradise of Playa del Carmen, Mahekal is a beachfront property with distinct personality.
No roads lead to Sonora Resort, but that’s all part of the adventure.
Following its opening last September, the sultry hotel unveils a lavish new suite.
A craft smorgasbord will play out through a variety of Vancouver-wide events this May.
111Skin was founded by London-based plastic surgeon Dr. Yannis Alexandrides alongside a team of cryobiologists.
The Israel-based company known for its crisp quartz kitchen counters releases a trio of fresh finishes.
The fifth-generation family-owned Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria is built upon an idyllic cliffside plot in Sorrento.
Today, the hotel is beloved not only for its locale, but for a star-studded musical history that dates back decades.
There are a few pilgrimages all appreciators of fine whisky should make in their time.
Tiffany & Co.’s elephant-themed jewellery collection helps to fund a worthy cause.
Every year, 260,000 spectators gather at the prestigious Cheltenham Racecourse for its springtime festival.
René Redzepi’s much-anticipated new project in Copenhagen is a force to be reckoned with.
Now 60 years old, Vongerichten’s illustrious career can be retraced as both a business lesson and a study in culinary evolution.
Countless hotels deem themselves iconic in historic London, but how many have hosted an after party for the Beatles? The Royal Lancaster, for one.
At L’Auberge, it’s all about location. Guests will gravitate to the great outdoors here, strolling by the mirage-like creek or dining upon a cottage porch among birdsong.
The Japanese contemporary artist makes his Canadian debut.
The philosopher, artist, and writer creates an industrial art piece for Italian lighting company Foscarini.
The wellness destination has ascended to legendary status for treatments that range from intuitive massage and body wraps to past-life regression and hypnosis.
The venerated French jeweller unveils new models of its Tank watch for its 100th anniversary.
These boots look at home strutting down the runways of Milan, exploring the Canadian Rockies, and trekking in the Italian Alps.
At the age of 88, art legend Yayoi Kusama has opened her own gallery, the much-anticipated Yayoi Kusama Museum.
Matt Hranek’s latest book chronicles the world’s most iconic watches, and tells the stories of the men who wore them.
The hotel, a registered historic landmark, re-opened in 2011 as a Rosewood Hotel after an extensive renovation and is still favoured as a celeb haunt.
Hotel restaurants often get the short end of the proverbial chopstick, though in recent years the tides have started turning.
If Multnomah Whiskey Library were a book, it would be a choose-your-own-adventure novel—with 1,700 spirited options.
A few favourites from this year’s festival.
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival opens with a Swedish film recounting the famous 1980 showdown between two tennis rivals.
Personal shopping isn’t what it used to be—it’s better.
The Glenmorangie Pride 1974, the distillery’s oldest whisky expression, has collectors and aficionados in thirst for it, even with a hefty per-bottle price tag.
For more than 130 years, Breitling—a pioneer of the modern chronograph—has celebrated both timekeeping and aviation with an infectious passion. Now, with a change of ownership, the brand is on the cusp of a new era.
After an ambitious four-year restoration, the Paris hotel is once again open to the public.
Holiday in the Turks and Caicos Islands like a (very VIP) local with this collection of nine secluded and luxurious villas.
After taking a break in 2014, Slean returns with her ninth album, Metaphysics—a tour de force featuring her songwriting, vocals, and orchestral arrangements.
Amyn Nasser’s cityscape photographs capture an intimate ode to the City of Glass.
This site-specific installation from Doug Aitken rises out of the desert in Palm Springs as a kaleidoscopic vision of the suburban home.
Since opening in 1924, the iconic Gleneagles estate has earned a certain pedigree within the canon of Scotland’s destinations—albeit without the pomp and circumstance one might imagine.
Functional artwork takes the form of cheeky mugs with geometric handles in this new collection.
There is much to discover in “the painted city”.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Long overshadowed by the city’s more buzzy offerings, the Portland Japanese Garden is getting its time in the limelight thanks to a new addition designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma.
Hawaii’s oldest isle wears its “garden island” nickname with verdant aplomb.
Historical photographs, ads, and art posters from the Canadian Pacific archives.
Ai & Om Knives’ walls hang with cutting boards, sharpeners, leather knife cases, a few axes for good measure, and of course neat display cases of handcrafted Japanese knives with steel blades.
One needn’t talk to Lotte Davis, CEO and co-founder of AG Hair, for long before it becomes clear that she adores setting goals. “I guess I have a thing for ‘three-pillar plans.’”
For all we know about Alcatraz, few people realize that many of its prisoners were also gardeners.
Those with an appetite for Italian handmade goods will be sated by Acqua di Parma’s new Miami boutique.
When the circus comes to town, the dream world comes to life, and Dutch design mastermind Marcel Wanders is right at home in this whimsical realm.
Where design minds reach far and free, Alessi listens.
Lexus’s gilded, rose-coloured craft is a showstopper.
An oasis of raw, natural beauty.
London-based spirit company Seedlip is on a mission to change the way people imbibe by giving non-drinkers better options—juice and soda mocktails, be gone.
High-tech, high-flying German luggage company RIMOWA has a repertoire of coveted cases and continues to innovate in the name of air travel.
In today’s frantic world, the opportunity to sit back with a pot of tea is a marker of true civility. The experience is about to be amplified in Vancouver with the opening of the TWG Tea Salon & Boutique.
Vienna has been known as the ball capital of the world for over two centuries, and hosts about 450 separate balls annually.
This October, Canada Goose opened its first-ever global flagship boutique at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto, with another coming to New York’s SoHo neighbourhood in New York.
Calgary-based Old Trout Puppet Workshop reminds us that the core of puppetry is a desire to infuse inanimate objects with spirits, which is an incredibly ancient ritual.
No fewer than 332 islands make up the Fijian archipelago. But once you meet the exotic beauty named Laucala, you may not want to venture further.
Baptiste Loiseau was appointed cellar master at the age of 34—making him the youngest-ever—and trained under Pierrette Trichet, the first woman to ever hold the cellar master position at a major cognac house.
It is difficult to believe that Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII cognac could be made more exclusive, but it has been—and Sotheby’s will auction it this fall.
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.
To reach semi-remote Mendocino, you head north from San Francisco for three and a half hours, driving on a highway that eventually shrinks to a two-lane road. The drive feels very much like rewinding to a different time; the destination does too.