Travel / 12 October 2017

urban semiotics: london

photography Cosimo Fanciullacci

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Paris / 4 October 2017

PARISIAN STYLE REPORT PT. III

photography Alessandra Trucillo

From Paris Fashion Week, a selection of shots from what's been happening on the streets. Read more...

Paris / 3 October 2017

PARIS STREET PORTRAITS

photography Alessandra Trucillo

From Paris Fashion Week, a selection of portraits directly from the streets. Read more...

Paris / 2 October 2017

Parisian Style Report pt. II

photography Alessandra Trucillo

From Paris Fashion Week, a selection of shots from what's been happening on the streets. Read more...

Paris / 30 September 2017

Parisian Style Report pt. I

photography Alessandra Trucillo

From Paris Fashion Week, a selection of shots from what's been happening on the streets. Read more...

Travel / 1.4

Notes on Florence; A Gathering of Flowers—I Fiori

by Maureen N. McLane

illustrator Rosie Roberts

Our first week: I wake from a dream into a peculiar but not unpleasant sensation—that of bells palpably blooming in my ear, as if they were resonant flowers. Read more...

Travel / 12 October 2015

Figaro's Barber Shop - Lisboa

by Maria Rossi

photography Arturo Muselli

Owner Fabio David Marques and his team offer gents the best tailor-made grooming. Read more...

Travel / Issue X

The Upper Kingdom

by Anicée Gaddis

photography Alessandro Simonetti

Horce Racing in Jamaica. "With these big races, it's either going to be a great day or a really sad day but either way we will be fine. Racing takes you through all types of emotions ... there is no between." - Spencer Chung Read more...

Travel / Issue X

Upper Kingdom Gallery

photography Alessandro Simonetti

Horse Racing in Jamaica - Photo Gallery. Read more...

Travel / 24 August 2015

Giacomo Bistrot - Milan

by Maria Rossi

photography Lawrence Oluyede

coordination Martina Velardi

Contrary to the prevailing Milanese attitude, the contained spaces of Giacomo encourage conversations amongst dinner guests. Sometimes Mr. Bulleri can still be spotted rubbing elbows with both the bourgeoisie and the bon vivants. Read more...

Travel / 1.3

Grey Days in Marrakech

by Monika Norwid

photography Terry Munson

If people built mind palaces as a memory aide, then my Marrakech is the inverse—memory and creativity made manifest in a physical place. Read more...

Travel / 24 June 2015

L'Orto - Empoli

by Francesca Loddo

photography Federica Fioravanti

Gregorian chants "burst" in my heart as soon as the bathrooms were ready, perhaps, is the right place for the sacred? Read more...

Travel / 20 June 2015

Cañete - Barcelona

by Maria Rossi

photography Federica Fioravanti

Located between El Raval and the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona, Cañete is the result of a lifelong family affair with food. Read more...

Travel / 13 May 2015

Poppies - London

by Maria Rossi

photography Federica Fioravanti

The famous "chippie"—British slang for fish and chips—is located in a touristic neighborhood but on a nearly secluded street. Read more...

Travel / 1.2

The Kingdom of Cambodia

photography David M. D'Ingeo

Actor David D'Ingeo gets lost in Cambodia. Read more...

Travel / 26 March 2015

House of Hackney - London

by Maria Rossi

photography Federica Fioravanti

To enter the House of Hackney premises in Shoreditch High Street, just at the edge of the Hackney borough in London, is a joyful experience – as long as you're not inclined to minimalism, that is. Read more...

Travel / 26 January 2015

Palihouse - West Hollywood

by Maria Rossi

photography GREYHOUSE

When you're getting settled into the quirky atmosphere that reminds you of the living room of an aunt with a fondness for vintage, the Palihouse also reminds you that it offers all the modern comforts while putting you dead center in the neighborhood’s social scene. Read more...

Travel / 1.1

Venetian Plans & Shallow Lagoons

by Brantly Martin

photography Alessandro Simonetti

They need to perfect the antidote before they market the new plague, and they need to refine the new plague to make sure there is no cure. Read more...

New York / 3 November 2014

Omar's La Ranita - New York

by Deandre Santee

photography Sean Horton

"The design of Omar's is an aspiration of a place you can call home. The different elements of the design are inspired by the idea of what would a private home look like in this neighborhood." Read more...

Travel / 24 October 2014

Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels Seven Dials - London

by Mariaelena Morelli

photography Giulia Venanzi

Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels Seven Dials opened in the Fall of 2013 with the help of desginer Dorothée Meilichzon. The restaurant's London outpost came after an initial experiment in Paris set in motion by restaurateurs Romée de Goriainoff, Olivier Bon, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Xavier Padovani. Read more...

Paris / 21 October 2014

L'objet Qui Parle - Paris

by Giulia Bianca Demaria

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

L'objet Qui Parle, a charming brocante shop located on the Abbesses Square in the heart of Montmartre, is one of the most peculiar and unique places in the neighborhood. Read more...

Travel / 30 July 2014

Sketch - London

by Giulia Bianca Demaria

photography Giulia Venanzi

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

French restaurateur Mourad Mazouz fulfilled his dream with Sketch, a place in which food, art and music intertwine. Read more...

New York / 18 July 2014

Love, Adorned - New York

photography Cristina Faramo

coordination Caterina Cardinali

"Staying ahead of the curve in a world with Instagram is always challenging." Read more...

Travel / 17 July 2014

Kafenio o Platanos - Nicosia

by Katerina Evagorou

photography Giulia Venanzi

Sitting on a busy square next to a tall sycamore tree, Kafenio o Platanos has a long history as Kaimakli's first coffee shop. Read more...

Travel / 16 July 2014

A Child of the Jago - London

by Concetta D'Angelo

photography Federica Fioravanti

Jack Sheppard and Mack The Knife are just some of London's legendary characters you can embody while wearing the collections of A Child of the Jago. Joe Corré—founder of the boutique and clothing line—tells us more about his inspirations and his take on past and present times. Read more...

Travel / 10 June 2014

40 Winks - London

by Giulia Bianca Demaria

photography Giulia Venanzi

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

David Carter’s home in London has been the backdrop for hundreds of photo shoots. In 2009, the English interior designer decided to turn his two seldom used guest bedrooms into a boutique hotel. Read more...

New York / 3 June 2014

Donostia - New York

by Claudia Vitarelli

photography Peppe Tortora

Donostia owners Marissa Miller and Jorge de Yarza reveal their take on Basque food and the journey that led them to the opening of Donostia. Read more...

Paris / 2 June 2014

Le Comptoir Général - Paris

by Violetta Sturiale

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

"Le Comptoir Général is entirely dedicated to exotic ventures, out-of-the-box creativity, hidden secrets, lost causes, and ghetto exploration." Read more...

Paris / 29 May 2014

Hotel du Nord - Paris

by Violetta Sturiale

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

Laurie Massé, manager of Hôtel du Nord, tells us more about the history of this Parisian landmark. Read more...

Travel / 28 May 2014

Pfatish - Turin

by Violetta Sturiale

photography Alice Guarini

"A place that hasn't been changed by modernization, nor wars, nor trends." Read more...

Travel / 27 May 2014

Antichi Vizi - Milan

by Martina Velardi

photography Federica Fioravanti

Old relics, skeletons, stuffed animals, and magic potions come together in an extravagant collection of vintage and rare items. Read more...

Paris / 23 May 2014

Cire Trudon - Paris

by Violetta Sturiale

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

In 1687 Jacques Trudon, son of founder Claude Trudon, began a long relationship with the Court of Versailles as a wax producer, official apothecary and distiller. Read more...

Travel / 2 May 2014

Nonostante Marras - Milan

by Maria Rossi

photography Federica Fioravanti

coordination Francesca Loddo

An interview with designer Antonio Marras about his recently opened concept store. Read more...

Travel / 22 April 2014

Dar Cherifa - Marrakech

photography Ludovica Drusi

coordination Violetta Sturiale

Getting lost in the ancient Médina is a chance to discover unexpected places like Dar Cherifa, a literary cafe, restaurant and cultural house located near the souk. Read more...

Travel / 1 April 2014

Fioraio Bianchi Caffé - Milan

by Maria Rossi

photography Federica Fioravanti

coordination Francesca Loddo

"And, of course, you can buy a fresh bunch of flowers any time of the day." Read more...

Travel / 31 March 2014

Rigatteria Lo Studio - Pietrasanta

photography Federica Fioravanti

coordination Francesca Loddo

"Everything is for sale here, though unfortunately my father is now busy looking for a letter from Garibaldi which shows where the treasure chest is—he can't seem to find it."
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Paris / 11 March 2014

Mélodies Graphiques - Paris

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Violetta Sturiale

"I would define myself as a watchman of calligraphy, but at the same time I do not see an optimistic future for what I do because I think it will slowly disappear." Read more...

Rome / 7 March 2014

Said - Rome

by Natalia Pazzaglia

photography Giulia Venanzi

"I work here with my sister, and my father, who is 87, pops in every day, and my mother takes care of flowers and decorations." Read more...

Travel / Issue IX

Calcio Storico Fiorentino

photography Peppe Tortora

Calcio Storico Fiorentino is an ancient form of football that likely originated in the 15th century Florence. Read more...

Paris / 4 February 2014

Roses Costes Dani Roses - Paris

by Violetta Sturiale

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

In 2010 the illustrious Hôtel Costes expanded to include a boutique dedicated to roses, following in the footsteps of Joséphine Bonaparte, the first Empress of France, who in the early 1800s created a rose garden, which included over 200 varieties. Read more...

Travel / 30 January 2014

Tommy Hilfiger - Florence

photography Federica Fioravanti

coordination Francesca Loddo

During Pitti Immagine 85 in Florence, Tommy Hilfiger celebrated the reopening of its largest boutique in Italy. Read more...

Travel / 15 January 2014

Tomba Brion - Treviso

photography Marco Michieletto

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

In 1969, Onorina Tomasin Brion commissioned Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa to design a monumental chapel in honor of her late husband, Giuseppe Brion. Read more...

Travel / 2 January 2014

Bagni Paloma - Turin

photography Alice Guarini

coordination Violetta Sturiale

"It’s not an age issue, it’s all in the taste. Ladies can be in their late twenties or in their early fifties but the concept is always the same." Read more...

Travel / 22 December 2013

Museo Guatelli - Parma

photography Michael De Pasquale

coordination Martina Maffini

"Among the definitions used to describe the collection that bears his name, Ettore Guatelli often resorted to 'museum of the obvious' or 'museum of everyday life.'" Read more...

New York / 13 December 2013

The Primary Essentials - Brooklyn

photography Giorgia Valli

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

"It is very important to me for the shop to always support and keep up with local designers, and there are just so many good things being made close by." Read more...

Travel / 10 December 2013

Palais Saadiens - Marrakech

by Violetta Sturiale

The process for realizing a great Berber rug depends on the woman weaving it. She is like a storyteller, weaving the carpet with a secret language that every woman creates for herself. Read more...

Rome / 25 November 2013

Fish Market - Rome

photography Giulia Venanzi

coordination Natalia Pazzaglia

"It's a body shop by day and a restaurant by night. Chairs and furniture are repurposed from old residences, schools, and even the Rebibbia prison." Read more...

Travel / 28 October 2013

Mulassano - Turin

photography Alice Guarini

coordination Violetta Sturiale

Caffè Mulassano is a favorite among the passers by of Piazza Castello, one of the most famous squares in Turin. Read more...

Rome / 20 October 2013

Filetti di Baccalà - Rome

by Natalia Pazzaglia

photography Giulia Venanzi

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

"Ahò: 'nnamose a fa' du filetti a Santa Barbara." Read more...

New York / 14 October 2013

James Perry Wilson, Museum of Natural History - New York

photography Giulia Venanzi

A collection of dioramas on view at the American Museum of Natural History. Read more...

Travel / 10 October 2013

Stratta - Turin

photography Alice Guarini

coordination Violetta Sturiale

"That’s why he chose Stratta for his famous order or treats: 29 kilos of marron glacés, 18 kilos of sherbet, 37 kilos of caramelized fruits and pastries, jams and meringues." Read more...

New York / 8 October 2013

Sweet Chick - Brooklyn

photography Giorgia Valli

...did you ever think you'd end up opening a restaurant on, perhaps, the street that most represents the latest wave of gentrification? Read more...

New York / 22 September 2013

Fishs Eddy - New York

photography Giorgia Valli

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

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New York / 19 September 2013

The End of History - New York

photography Giorgia Valli

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

The West Village gem, The End of History, is a meticulous collection of vintage, rare and unique glass and ceramic ware, from the early 1900s through the mid 20th century. Read more...

Travel / 17 September 2013

Caffè Fiorio - Turin

photography Alice Guarini

coordination Violetta Sturiale

Established in 1780 by two brothers, Caffè Fiorio lies underneath Turin's historical porticos, which were built at the request of King Vittorio Emanuele I di Savoia... Read more...

Rome / 5 September 2013

Rosti - Rome

photography Giulia Venanzi

Restaurant Rosti was launched in 2012 by co-owners Massimo Terzulli, Leonardo Rigon, Gabriele Paziani and chef Marco Gallotta (of Primo al Pigneto). Read more...

Paris / 29 August 2013

MM6 - Paris

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

MM6's first European store opened in Paris. Read more...

Rome / 28 August 2013

Motelsalieri - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

Founded in 2006 under the direction of designer Fabio Quaranta, Motelsalieri embodies an innovative way of combining art, design and fashion, in a creative space shaped as a concept store, an experimental laboratory and an art gallery, that links to the "Motel" as an open host space. Read more...

Rome / 21 August 2013

Restauri Artistici Squatriti - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

Federico Squatrito and his mother, Gelsomina Caporali, carry on their family tradition of repairing dolls and ceramic objects in their Rome workshop, Restauri Artistici Squatriti. Read more...

Travel / 19 August 2013

Chinaware, Museo Duca di Martina - Naples

photography Peppe Tortora

A look into the china polychromes collection of Museo Duca di Martina in Naples. The museum, opened in 1931, hosts one of Italy's largest collection of decorative arts. Read more...

Travel / 13 August 2013

Santa Maria Novella - Florence

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Francesca Loddo

Adjacent to the square of Santa Maria Novella is one of the oldest pharmacies in the world: L'Officina Profumo Farmaceutica Santa Maria Novella. Created by a Dominican Friar shortly after 1221, the pharmacy was opened to the public in 1612. Read more...

Paris / 8 August 2013

Arguence Lutherie - Paris

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

As stated by the Abbot Sibire, inspired by Nicolas Lupot, in his book La Chélonomie ou Le Parfait Luthier, "The violin is not a simple job: it is an art." Read more...

Rome / 1 July 2013

I Pinco Pallino - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

Since 1980, Italian brand I Pinco Pallino has been writing fashion tales for children featuring magic and dramatic atmospheres, embodying a unique heritage in which a celebration of costume history and figurative arts meets iconic details. Read more...

Rome / 26 June 2013

Babington's Tea Rooms - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

Since 1893, when Anna Maria Babington left England to open a tea room in Rome that would serve as a meeting place for the English community and the elite of the Italian capital, Babington's Tea Rooms has offered a serene atmosphere, somewhere between Roman and Victorian. Read more...

Travel / 24 June 2013

Louis Vuitton Temporary Store - Florence

photography Peppe Tortora

During Pitti, Louis Vuitton opened its first Italian temporary store dedicated to men. Read more...

Paris / 14 June 2013

Clinique des Poupées - Paris

photography Aryanà Francesca Urbani

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

Since 1964 Henry Launay has repaired dolls in his Paris shop. Read more...

Paris / 31 May 2013

Shakespeare and Company - Paris

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

Set in the heart of Paris on the Left Bank opposite Notre-Dame, Shakespeare and Company has grown from a bookstore into an institution. Read more...

Rome / 16 May 2013

Primo al Pigneto - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

With an excellent wine selection and a clean architectural style—elegant yet homey—Primo is a haunt for the gourmet, curious, and pleasure seeking. Read more...

Paris / 9 May 2013

Astier de Villatte - Paris

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

A refined collection of scents and handmade ceramic pieces in an old boutique on rue Saint Honoré, Paris. Read more...

Rome / 2 May 2013

Hotel Locarno Bar - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

The Hotel Locarno Bar, well known for its “teatime” and the aperitivo hour, is also an ideal location for a late night drink or classic Italian meal. Read more...

Rome / 1 May 2013

Hotel Locarno - Rome

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

Located on a quiet street just off Piazza del Popolo, The Hotel Locarno, founded in 1925, is one of the more sophisticated destinations in Rome. Read more...

New York / 23 April 2013

Space Cowboy - New York

photography Spencer Ostrander

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

A slice of the Wild West in downtown New York. Read more...

Paris / 8 April 2013

13 Bonaparte - Paris

photography Peppe Tortora

coordination Mariaelena Morelli

13 Bonaparte presents a contemporary attire for men who appreciate the quality of clothing in their everyday life and are attentive to subtle details. Read more...

New York / 25 March 2013

Iosselliani NY 04 Ios - New York

photography Spencer Ostrander

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

Italian jewelry brand Iosselliani opens its first American location in New York. Read more...

Paris / 8 October 2012

Serge Lutens, Palais Royal - Paris

photography Aimee Blaut

coordination Concetta D'Angelo

"A unique place in the world where one would come as an enlightened being to define oneself through one's perfume, in order to stand out from the identity-free crowd which previous times had imposed upon us." Read more...