NEW YORK: Fashion Week for Foodies

It's that time of year again and fashionistas from around the world are flocking to New York City. While this brutal winter has you wearing more layers than planned, the latest in foodie hot spots is a cure all. Warm up at one of these trendy destinations to relax and rejuvenate. 
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STOCKHOLM: Fornasetti at Svenskt Tenn

Celebrating the 90th anniversary of Stockholm’s renowned interior design company Svenskt Tenn is this exhibition with Italian design house Fornasetti.
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NEW YORK: Shipley & Halmos Pops Up

Just in time for New York Fashion Week, American menswear label Shipley & Halmos sets up shop on the street best known for touristy merch and designer imposters.
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BEIJING: The Temple Hotel

Down a winding hutong away from Beijing’s bustling crowds, lies a stunning temple that is now home to a sophisticated hotel. Founded by Juan van Wassenhove, Li Chow and Lin Fan, who spent over three years restoring the site, the Temple Hotel is an authentic, tranquil space in the heart of downtown Beijing. The hotel’s exact location has over 600 ...
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NEW YORK: Narcissa at The Standard East Village

The newest addition to The Standard East Village is brought by way of hotelier André Balazs and Michelin-starred chef John Fraser.
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MIAMI: Roberto Cavalli’s South Beach Lounge

Designer, entrepreneur, vintner and restaurateur, Roberto Cavalli is a celebrated icon known the world over for his passion and vibrancy. The fashion guru has unveiled his latest addition to the Cavalli empire, a South Beach Restaurant & Lounge sure to become the Miami go-to for dining, drinking and celeb spotting.
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SHANGHAI: “Kusama Yayoi: A Dream I Dreamed” Exhibition Opens

Currently the Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai is hosting the "A Dream I Dreamed" exhibition by Kusama Yayoi (or Yayoi Kusama).
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PARIS: Printemps du Louvre

Yesterday Paris celebrated its latest luxury shopping showpiece, the inauguration of French department store Printemps' newest retail space located at the Carrousel du Louvre, the group's first acquisition in over 30 years.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.: A First for the First Ladies

Ever the trendsetter, Michelle Obama is currently making history at the Smithsonian's First Ladies exhibit with the unveiling of her second Inauguration gown.
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NEW YORK: David LaChapelle, LAND SCAPE

Known for his visually compelling images that blend pop culture with art historical references, David LaChapelle’s newest series LAND SCAPE debuts at the Paul Kasmin Gallery this Friday, January 17th.
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Redefining Armchair Travel: Jungles in Paris

Jungles in Paris is a new photo-heavy travel site that endeavors to cater for the more intrepid and curious traveler. Created by brothers Darrell and Oliver Hartman, the site features alluring photography and films next to rich reportage and stories on undiscovered destinations or lesser-traveled corners of then earth, such as tribes in Omo Valley, Ethiopia, the arid Aral Sea desert in Uzbekistan (watch then ...
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HONG KONG: Shop Watch: Tang Tang Tang Tang

Stylesight takes a look at the stunning flagship store of Tang Tang Tang Tang, Sir David Tang’s newest lifestyle label.
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FLORENCE: The Alpine Lodge

Last season at Pitti Uomo, Montreal-based accessory brand WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie delighted trade show attendees with its freestanding, custom-designed,  garden-themed showroom. They're back at it again right now in Florence, unveiling an elegant exhibit entitled, "The Alpine Lodge."
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NEW YORK: The Apartment by The Line

The latest venture from trendsetting duo and The Line co-founders Vanessa Traina and Morgan Wendelborn, The Apartment is a showroom, store and living space in one.
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BERLIN: Mitte Generator Hostel

Looking for a budget-friendly yet on-trend place to stay when visiting Bread & Butter in Berlin next week? If so, Generator Mitte might just be the perfect option.
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