They’re still being made, although some brands have discontinued their contributions to the trend and the new launches aren’t being met with the same hype they once were. So what happened?
On the outskirts of Mexico City, the floating gardens of Xochimilco preserve the last remnants of the city’s pre-Hispanic agricultural system.
The idea sounds a bit nonsensical: buildings informed by boats. Yet lyrical architects have, for over a century, channelled the maritime aesthetic into landlocked architecture. After all, in hospitality, transportive design is a desired luxury.
In his latest book, Drinking French, Lebovitz’s focus has turned to libations, or more specifically the apéritifs, liqueurs, wines, spirits, beers, and cocktails of his adopted homeland.
There are always some innovative imaginings taking form in the True North. Here are some of the best and brightest furniture designers in Canada.
“Canada” and “castle” are not two words one would immediately place side by side. But indeed there are even more Canadian castles than the famous ones we have all heard of, like Casa Loma and Château Frontenac.
Visit Costa Rica has put together a weekend guide to travel the country’s culinary offerings, natural landscapes, and culture—all from home.
The best way to approach skin care is to play the long game and accept that you will change.
Bender’s premature death announcement in some ways prefigures his eventual eclipse in the history of Canadian imagination.