Happy Sunday! This week’s picks in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
Ahead of my trip this week! A Paris travel guide that shares the best streets to roam, local haunts, must-do activities, and favorite hotels.
Quality and simplicity—the Brazilian shoe designer Alexandre Birman, a Brazilian devotee of modernist furnishings, takes on a more international look for his NYC apartment.
One I want to see! Louis Vuitton’s “200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries” exhibition celebrates the designer’s bicentennial birthday. Friends of the house—brands, artists, and creative visionaries across—were asked to dream up their own versions of the iconic LV trunk.
A designer answers a request for a summer-ready Hamptons home that’s subtle yet inviting—and well-connected to its natural surroundings.
More yummy tomato recipes than you can make in a month! Tomato season can mean grilled marinated tomatoes, gazpacho, blistered tomato pasta, a fried tomato sandwich, and more.
Something a little different, but I simply adored this list of brands to love for any fan of Scandinavian design. Simplicity, form and function at its best.
With the rise of revenge travel, prices are through the roof. If you’re struggling to find an affordable wine holiday for fall, consider these three alternate wine regions to fuel the wine wanderlust.
Hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing rest of the weekend!